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Secret Service director explains to Congress how a fence-jumper was able to make it into the White House
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Half the world's wildlife gone over last 40 years
The World Wildlife Fund reports that the diversity of life on Earth is rapidly declining, and the loss is not evenly shared
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Alibaba founder Jack Ma and his eccentricities
Lara Logan tells "60 Minutes Overtime" about Ma's rise from poverty to billionaire -- and the joy he gets from performing for his employees
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NFL player who killed wife in murder-suicide had brain damage
An autopsy on Kansas City Chiefs player Jovan Belcher, who carried out murder-suicide, found signs of degenerative brain disease CTE
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Explosives found in manhunt for trooper ambush suspect
Explosives are believed to have been left behind by Eric Frein, who is accused of killing Pennsylvania trooper
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Shooting reported at Louisville, Ky. high school
Police say one student was shot and sustained non-life threatening injuries at a Louisville, Ky. high school Tuesday
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Bring your own: California bans single-use plastic bags
Plastic bag manufacturers plan voter referendum to repeal new law, scheduled to take effect in July 2015
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George Clooney and Amal Alamuddin's wedding
George Clooney and Amal Alamuddin wed in Venice, Italy
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Body of missing Arkansas realtor found
Beverly Carter hadn't been seen in several days; man is under arrest in the case
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Michael Phelps arrested for DUI in Baltimore
Incident marks the second DUI arrest for the most decorated athlete in Olympic history
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Outcry after Chiefs player flagged for post-touchdown prayer
NFL says Muslim Chiefs safety should not have been penalized for dropping to his knees in prayer
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Speed traps: America's 10 most ticketed cars
Driving a muscle car doesn't make you ticket bait -- it's those inexpensive four-cylinders that draw the police's attention
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Ron Paul: Scotland's secessionist movement should inspire U.S.
The former congressman and staunch libertarian says secession is part of the "grand American tradition"
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Oklahoma man charged with murder in workplace beheading
Alton Nolen had just been fired from a food processing plant before he allegedly killed one co-worker and seriously wounded another
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Homicide charges for parents of son found decomposing in home
Pa. couple who didn't deal with their 9-year-old disabled son's body until the smell became overwhelming charged over starvation death
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Aggie Karis Jochen earns SEC Women's Runner of the Week honor
A top 10 finish among an elite field at the Roy Griak Invitational hosted by Minnesota this past weekend earned Texas A&M sophomore Karis Jochen the SEC Women's Runner of the Week honor.
Catanzariti Advances at ITA All-American Qualifying
Texas A&M men's tennis freshman AJ Catanzariti continued his magical run through the ITA All-American field with a win at the ITA Qualifying first round. The qualifying draw feeds into the first men's national title of the fall season at the 2014 Saint Francis Health System ITA Men's All-American Championships.
Everett earns SEC Defensive Player of the Week honors
Senior cornerback Deshazor Everett, from Deridder, La., bettered his previous career high by four tackles while helping the Aggies to a 35-28 overtime victory over the Razorbacks.
After Math: Arkansas
Each Monday in After "Math", we'll take a look inside the numbers from the weekend's football game, and we'll do it through the words of the Aggie coaching staff.
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With tip-off of the 2014-15 season just around the corner, the Texas A&M men's and women's basketball teams are reaching out to the Aggieland community with the 12 Days of Madness campaign, which starts Monday.
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