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PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Police in Philadelphia are investigating a tip that members of a radical group may pose a threat to officers following the ambush of a patrolman in his cruiser last week. The officer and suspect were wounded in that attack. Police are working with the FBI to investigate the credibility of the tip. They have also alerted all department personnel about it.
WASHINGTON (AP) — The White House says an upcoming "road tour" by members of the President Barack Obama's Cabinet will highlight pressing issues facing the country such as climate change, health, criminal justice and access to opportunity. The Cabinet members will fan out across the country after Obama gives his State of the Union address Tuesday night.
HOOKSETT, N.H. (AP) — Planned Parenthood says its endorsement of Hillary Clinton will not result in negative campaigning against her Democratic primary opponents. President Cecile Richards says the $20 million the group plans to spend in the 2016 presidential campaign won't be used to criticize Clinton's chief primary rival, Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders.
RENO, Nev. (AP) — Republican presidential hopeful Donald Trump says he doesn't watch professional football much anymore because, as he puts it, the NFL has gone "soft" like the United States. Trump drew the analogy during a campaign speech to more than 3,000 people in downtown Reno today.
LANDOVER, Md. (AP) — Aaron Rodgers recovered from a poor start to throw for two touchdowns, Eddie Lacy and James Starks each ran for a score, and the Green Bay Packers came back to beat the Washington Redskins 35-18 tonight in an NFC wild-card game. Green Bay, which lost its last two regular-season games, will play at Arizona on Saturday.