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Attacks on Trump continue in GOP debate, Unemployment lowest since 2008


Cruz and Rubio team up against Trump in Thursdayâs Republican debate, a report finds the economy added 242,000 jobs in February, and House of Cards returns with season 4. Check out these top headlines on Whatâs Happening Today!

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