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Canadian PM: Ottawa war memorial, Parliament shootings were terrorism
"Canada will never be intimidated," Prime Minister Stephen Harper vows after gunman kills soldier, storms Parliament building in Ottawa
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Sergeant-at-arms hailed as hero in Ottawa shooting
Government officials say former police officer Kevin Vickers fatally shot the gunman who had killed a soldier and stormed Parliament
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More scrutiny for Japanese maker of defective air bags
The devices made by the Japanese Takata company are said to be responsible for at least four deaths and 30 injuries
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Ben Bradlee: The "60 Minutes" interview
The late Washington Post editor, who led the newspaper's Watergate coverage, told Mike Wallace that President Nixon put him "on the map"
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AP: NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell told to testify in Ray Rice appeal
At issue: What Rice told Goodell in June about the former Pro Bowl running back hitting his then-fiancee in an elevator
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Man apprehended after jumping White House fence
White House briefly on lockdown after man jumps North Lawn fence and is subdued by agents and guard dogs
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Cameraman cleared of Ebola leaves hospital
"I'm walking out of the hospital on my own power, free from Ebola," said Ashoka Mukpo as he left the Nebraska Medical Center's biocontainment unit
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Dallas hospital had poor emergency room performance before Ebola case
Records show the emergency room at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Dallas failed to meet national patient safety and quality standards
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Ottawa shootings
After a Canadian soldier was shot and wounded, gunfire was exchanged in and around the Canadian Parliament building in Ottawa
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How would NYC handle a nuclear explosion?
The city's Office of Emergency Management ran a training exercise Wednesday that simulated a response to a nuclear explosion in Times Square
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Blackwater guards found guilty in Baghdad mass shootings
The deadly 2007 shootings triggered an international uproar over the role of defense contractors in urban warfare
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Worrisome chemical may lurk in cash register receipts
Study says BPA, a controversial chemical found in many plastics, has been linked to a range of health concerns
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Another death knell for the middle class
The American middle class is poorer than anytime since the 1940s, thanks to rising inequality
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Massive scope of academic fraud at UNC revealed
Report finds thousands of students received artificially inflated grades in what an investigator called a "shadow curriculum"
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Report: Autopsy shows Michael Brown had close-range wound to his hand
One medical examiner tells St. Louis Post-Dispatch the autopsy report indicates a "significant altercation at the car" was likely
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A&M Embarks on Weekend with SEC Title within their Grasp
The Aggies play a pair of games this weekend with a chance to secure a share of the SEC regular-season title. The Aggies travel to play Arkansas on Friday and host South Carolina on Sunday and can guarantee a piece of the title with a pair of wins.
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Special Promotions Announced for A&M Volleyball Weekend
Numerous promotions and activities benefitting worthy causes will take place this weekend at Reed Arena as No. 24 Texas A&M plays host to Georgia, Friday at 6 p.m., and then returns to the court on Sunday at 11 a.m. to host 16th-ranked Kentucky.
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Texas A&M at SEC Tipoff '15
Texas A&M launched the unofficial kickoff to the basketball season Tuesday when the Aggies participated in the SEC's Tipoff '15 event in Charlotte.
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Maroon and White Championship Series Starts on Monday
Texas A&M's fall practice session and the chase for the Omaha Cup will wrap up with next week's Maroon and White Championship Series beginning on Monday.
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Texas A&M Student-Athletes Host Annual Aggies CAN Food Drive
Texas A&M is the home of the largest student-athlete run canned food drive in the nation with over 200 student-athletes participating last year and the 2014 Aggies CAN food drive is set to begin later this week.
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