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Panetta: U.S. in Syria too late, left Iraq too soon
Former Secretary of Defense Leon Panetta tells "60 Minutes" why he thinks ISIS was able to flourish in Syria and then in Iraq
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Mom questioned over son's solo outdoor playtime
Kari Anne Roy let her six-year-old play alone on their street for 10 minutes, and then CPS knocked on her door
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Brand new iPhone 6 crashes to the ground during TV interview
First guy in line at Apple Store in Perth, Australia, was showing off his purchase when it slipped
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The makeup artist who's seen it all
Riccie Johnson, CBS makeup artist for 62 years, has powdered all the greats -- The Beatles, Sinatra, and U.S. presidents. And she's still at it.
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Intruder jumps fence at White House
Reporters and others evacuated after an unidentified individual ran toward the complex's North Portico
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Deal reached in Ukraine peace talks to pull artillery back
Government troops and pro-Russian militants agreed to separate themselves by several miles
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New archbishop of Chicago named
Pope Francis has named Bishop Blase Cupich of Spokane, Washington to lead the Archdiocese of Chicago
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Photos of the week
The most compelling images from the week's news, Sept. 13 - Sept. 19, 2014
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Obama signs bill to arm and train Syrian rebels
The administration reiterates that even with its new authority to assist Syrian rebels, there will be no U.S. combat troops fighting ISIS
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Roger Goodell breaks silence on domestic abuse: "I will get it right"
NFL commissioner makes first public statements in more than a week about rash of NFL players involved in domestic violence
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Peanut plant owner convicted in deadly salmonella outbreak
Ga. factory owner, 2 others, charged with multiple counts including obstruction over tainted food that sickened hundreds
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Wisc. college frat suspended over date rape drug allegations
The University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee said Thursday that the Tau Kappa Epsilon fraternity is suspended pending police investigation into the accusations
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Ig Nobel prizes awarded for weirdest scientific work
Slipping on banana peels, using pork to stop nosebleeds, and other improbable research honored with coveted, comical award
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Suspected California wildfire arsonist enters plea
Wayne Allen Huntsman appeared in an El Dorado County courtroom on Friday to face charges he set huge wildfire near Sacramento
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Cops: Missing U.Va. student may have been in man's car
Police say University of Virginia student Hannah Graham may have gotten in the car of a man she was with on Charlottesville's downtown pedestrian mall last weekend
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Aggies Fall to #6 Florida State, 3-1
Florida State picked up a 3-1 volleyball win over Texas A&m on Friday evening at Reed Arena.
Texas A&M Football Players Receive Aggie Rings
The Aggie Ring is the most visible symbol of the Aggie Network that connects Aggies around the world and seven Aggie football players received their rings before departing for Dallas and the SMU football game.
A&M Thanksgiving Tilt Against LSU Sold Out
Texas A&M's Thanksgiving night game against LSU at Kyle Field, capacity 106,000, is officially a sellout according to athletics officials.
Groom Dons Hat for Tennessee Waltz, A&M Wins 3-0
Texas A&M senior Shea Groom notched the second hat trick of her career to lead the No. 11 Texas A&M Aggies to a 3-0 win over the Tennessee Volunteers in the SEC opener for both squads at Ellis Field on Thursday.
No. 21 Texas A&M Hosts No. 6 Florida State in Two-Match Series
The Texas A&M volleyball team (7-1) returns home to Reed Arena Friday and Saturday for a highly anticipated two-match series against sixth-ranked and undefeated Florida State (9-0).
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