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Accused Pennsylvania cop killer Eric Frein captured
A manhunt that lasted more than six weeks ends with Pennsylvania man accused of killing state trooper and shooting another in custody
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Plane crashes at Kansas airport, killing at least 4
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Picture of California widower dining with photo of late wife goes viral
Although Hilda Silva died five years ago, her husband John still has dinner with her
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"60 Minutes" Moment of the Week: Overcoming fear to care for an Ebola patient
Nurse Sidia Rose says she was so scared that she wept when she learned her Dallas hospital likely had an Ebola patient -- then she suited up and went in to care for him. Watch Scott Pelley’s full report, "Treating Ebola."
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A tablet that translates sign language into spoken word
A team of deaf entrepreneurs has developed a revolutionary way for the hearing and hearing-impaired to communicate
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National Guard called as lava inches toward Hawaii town
The troops will provide security for Pahoa, which lies in the path of the slow-moving molten rock
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Right-to-die advocate may postpone her own death
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Minuscule beauty
Winning images from the Nikon Small World Photomicrography 2014 contest
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Surveillance cam catches UPS driver kicking fragile package
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Peace activists charged in vicious attack
Organizers with anti-violence group allegedly beat one of their colleagues so severely that he vomited blood
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Thomas Menino, former Boston mayor, dies at 71
The city's longest serving mayor was diagnosed with cancer a month after leaving office
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​Can lots of sex protect the prostate?
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Nurse defies Ebola quarantine in Maine, rides bike
Maine governor says negotiations with nurse failed, vows to exercise the "full extent" of his authority to protect public
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Fishy packaging: Shrimp in U.S. often mislabeled, study finds
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Judge OKs debt plan for bankrupt California city
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Lambo nominated for Wuerffel Trophy
Handling all of the Aggies' field goal and extra point tries in 2014, Josh Lambo has connected on 47-of-48 placekicks (7-of-8 on field goals and 40-of-40 on extra points) for a 98.0 success rate.
Texas A&M Women?s Tennis Competes in California
Several members of the Texas A&M women's tennis team begin competition today at the Jack Kramer Intercollegiate Tournament to be held at the Jack Kramer Tennis Club in Rolling Hills Estates, Calif.
Women's Basketball Ranked No. 5 By AP; Highest Preseason Ranking Ever
Texas A&M's women's basketball team was ranked No. 5 in the 2014-15 Associated Press Preseason Poll, the program's highest preseason ranking in history.
No. 23 Texas A&M Begins Second Half of SEC Play at Alabama, Missouri
No. 23 Texas A&M kicks off the second half of SEC play on the road at Alabama and Missouri this weekend. On Friday, the Aggies square off against the Crimson Tide at 7 p.m. at Foster Auditorium. The teams are tied for fourth in the SEC standings.
Softball Trounces Buccaneers in Fall Opener
The Texas A&M softball team started the fall season at the Aggie Softball Complex with a 13-3 victory over Blinn College after playing 10 consecutive innings.
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