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New threat looms for Buffalo, N.Y., after epic snowfall
Residents still can't breathe easy even though snowfall that brought huge drifts finally ended
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House Republicans file Obamacare lawsuit
Suit challenges administration's delay of the employer mandate and the way it pays for subsidies
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Nearly 5 million Graco strollers recalled after kids' fingertip amputations
11 models of strollers are being recalled after several children were injured
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Ex-transportation chief: Thousands of bridges "dangerous"
The roads and bridges Americans drive on every day are in dire need of repair or replacement -- many of them are “on life support.” Steve Kroft reports on the critical condition of America’s infrastructure and why the problem persists on Sunday, Nov. 23 at 7:30 p.m. ET and 7 p.m. PT.
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Boehner: Obama's immigration action could have unintended consequences
House speaker warns that Obama's unilateral actions could put "lives at risk" if it encourages more illegal immigration
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Adrian Peterson: "I won't ever use a switch again"
After child abuse charges, NFL star says he spoke last week with his son for the first time in five months
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New video surfaces with controversial Obamacare consultant
In it, Jonathan Gruber says states rejecting Medicaid expansion are doing something "almost awesome in its evilness"
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Hollywood cast reunions
Film casts, TV co-stars and musical acts get the gang back together
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Number of Bill Cosby accusers grows again
Comic's camp continues to deny or not respond to allegations; Cosby performs in the Bahamas
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Investigation digs up dirt on man behind NYC Ebola clean-up
Sal Pane risked his personal safety to clean up waste during the Ebola scare in New York, but an investigation uncovered a dodgy past
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The last president who couldn't get Congress to act on immigration
Another president who sounded a lot like President Obama, and who came up with similar results on immigration relief
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October sets 5th monthly heat record of the year
Don't be fooled by all that snow. The latest weather data shows the world is on pace for a record hot 2014
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Teacups and carousel rides in war-torn Afghanistan
Families often struggle for respite after 30 years of constant war, but now there is at least one place to escape, if only for a day
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Winter health hazards
There's plenty to love about playing in the snow, but be sure to follow these safety tips
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Many U.S. states are even fatter than we thought
New study finds many people weren't quite telling the truth when asked about their weight and height
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Texas A&M?s Henschel takes second in the 1m dive
Tyler Henschel, from Sherwood Park, Alberta, Canada, dueled three-time NCAA Champion Kristian Ipsen of Stanford, but couldn't pull off the upset.
No. 1 Aggies dominate Adamson Day One
The Aggies, who earned the No. 1 spot in the CSCAA Div. I Rankings on Wednesday, were led by eight-time All-American Sarah Henry, who grabbed a pair of individual wins in the 500-yard freestyle and the 200 IM.
@AggieSoftball: White Team wins final game 5-4, Takes Series 2-1
A 5-4 win in the final game of the 2014 Maroon & White Series gave the White team the win.
Aggies receive 16 letters of intent during early signing period
Texas A&M track and field has received 16 national letters of intent during the early signing period this past week from student-athletes who will join the Aggie program in the fall semester of 2015.
Aggie roommates race together in NCAA Championship field
Texas A&M seniors Hillary Montgomery and Grace Fletcher, a pair of Aggie roommates, will race over the 6,000-meter course at the LaVern Gibson Championship Course on Saturday in the 2014 NCAA Cross Country Championship race.
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