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A coalition of the grieving, and the frustrated
Glacial progress of Flight 17 investigation and recovery of remains prompts Dutch and Australians to seek permission to send in forces
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As Washington bickers, states deal with border crisis fallout
With D.C. lawmakers still figuring out how to respond to influx of unaccompanied children, governors wonder about burden on their states
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Producer's video-diary: 8 days in Tehran
What's it like to roam the streets of Tehran talking politics with average Iranians? A dispatch from "60 Minutes" producers and Steve Kroft
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Eye Opener: School bombing in Gaza provokes outrage
The Israeli military struck 45 suspected Hamas targets today. Also, a sex scandal that rocked one of the country's most celebrated marching bands. All that and all that matters in today's "Eye Opener." Your world in 90 seconds.
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Black box found at site of Air Algerie crash
French president says no one survived; French troops to guard wreckage in Mali
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Obama administration weighs giving Honduran children refugee status
The tactic is viewed as one way to slow the flow of unaccompanied children crossing the southern border
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Israel kills senior Gaza militant; truce remains elusive
Israel to decide whether to expand its operation or consider cease-fire; Kerry, Ban and Egyptian FM also try to craft peace deal
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Patrolling the Texas border
Amid immigration debate, photographer John Moore looks at the Rio Grande valley town of Falfurrias, Texas
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How men get socked on life insurance premiums
Overall, a man will pay on average 38% more than a woman the same age, even though men have been catching up in life expectancy
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Retirement: Having your cake and eating it, too
You don't have choose between either flexible access to your savings or a guaranteed income for life; here's how to get both
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Doctor used own gun to defend himself from shooter at hospital
Authorities say doctor apparently had a gun, and wounded shooter who killed a caseworker at a suburban Philadelphia hospital
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Parental leave: 5 reasons U.S. lags other countries
When it comes to giving parents time to bond with their newborns, the U.S. does worse than virtually every country in the world
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Israel ground assault in Gaza
Israeli Defense Forces began a ground offensive in Gaza after more than one week of rocket fire between the Israelis and Hamas militants
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New concern about rotating work shifts
Another serious health risk is linked to erratic work schedules that disturb a person's circadian rhythm
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Who's benefiting from test-optional colleges?
Allowing students who skip standardized admissions tests to apply may help the schools more than it does disadvantaged students
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Aggies at the Commonwealth Games
Several Texas A&M current and former athletes have headed to Scotland to compete for their home countries in the XX Commonwealth Games.
Pluhar to Represent Texas A&M at AQHA Collegiate Challenge
Texas A&M equestrian rising junior Logan Pluhar was chosen by the National Collegiate Equestrian Association (NCEA) to compete in the 2014 AQHA Horsemanship Challenge at the AQHA World Championship Show, Nov. 19-20 in Oklahoma City.
Shamier Little advances to 400 hurdle semifinal at World Juniors
Texas A&M's Shamier Little won her opening round heat of the 400 hurdles in 57.94 seconds during the IAAF World Junior Championships on Wednesday at Hayward Field to advance to Friday's semifinal.
SEC Network Welcomes Time Warner Cable
Dallas, Austin and San Antonio TWC subscribers help push the SEC Network's current available footprint to approximately 60 million.
Aggies Add Five to Roster
The Texas A&M Aggies announced the addition of five new players to the roster, including four that will suit up for the 2015 season.
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