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Another man arrested at the White House
New incident happens less than a day after man was arrested when he made it into president's residence
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Leon Panetta wanted to arm Syrian moderate rebels
Former Secretary of Defense Leon Panetta speaks with Scott Pelley on "60 Minutes" about warning President Obama of ISIS.
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Jameis Winston's punishment changed over "vulgar" remark
Florida State announces decision in wake of criticism of quarterback's original punishment
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The makeup artist who's seen it all
Riccie Johnson, CBS makeup artist for 62 years, has powdered all the greats -- The Beatles, Sinatra, and U.S. presidents. And she's still at it.
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Firefighter injured in ice bucket challenge dies
Tony Grider, along with another firefighter, was electrocuted while participating in a challenge event last month
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Secret Service critics pounce after White House breach
Some say failure to more quickly stop fence-jumper is emblematic of larger problems at embattled agency
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Unease in Scotland following independence vote
Voters in Scotland said no to a plan to end their 307-year union with England. So what happens now? Charlie D'Agata reports.
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Photos of the week
The most compelling images from the week's news, Sept. 13 - Sept. 19, 2014
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Authorities: Dangerous inmates escape from Calif. jail
Sheriff's department says the men were being held on various charges
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Questions linger over America's role in fighting ISIS
President Obama signed a bill authorizing the U.S. military to arm and train Syrian rebels to fight ISIS. But the President also repeated his pledge not to send American grounds troops into combat. Julianna Goldman reports.
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GOP: Energy independence would relieve Ukraine, ISIS woes
Colorado Rep. Cory Gardner, running for Senate, urges Obama to approve Keystone pipeline, "stop blocking responsible energy development"
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Michael Jackson, Queen together in long-lost duet
"There Must Be More to Life Than This" featuring Jackson, frontman Freddie Mercury to be released in new album (with streaming audio)
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Micro-loft living in America's oldest indoor mall
Living inside a shopping mall is no longer a teen dream thanks to these efficient micro-lofts at the Arcade Providence
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Living to 100: The challenges in extending human life
Atlantic Magazine contributing editor Gregg Easterbrook joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to discuss the consequences of rising longevity as average life expectancy continues to grow -- possibly reaching 100 years or more by the end of the century.
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Credit cards stolen from Home Depot being sold online
Hackers stole tens of millions of credit and debit card numbers from Home Depot -- and now they're up for sale. Wyatt Andrews reports.
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No. 6 A&M Dominates in Road Win at SMU
Kenny Hill had 322 yards of total offense playing only the first half, Jeremy Tabuyo turned two short passes into touchdowns and sixth-ranked Texas A&M rolled to a 58-6 victory Saturday at SMU.
Aggie men win team title at home meet, A&M women claim top three spots
Aggie senior Isaac Spencer claimed the individual title during the Texas A&M Invitational at the new Watts Cross Country course on Saturday morning as the A&M men claimed the team title with a two-point edge over Lamar.
Aggies Fall to #6 Florida State, 3-0
Florida State picked up a 3-0 volleyball win over Texas A&M on Saturday morning at Reed Arena.
Texas A&M Football Gameday Central: SMU
Texas A&M Football Gameday Central: SMU
Aggies Compete at SEC Fall Classic and Rice Fall Invitational
The Texas A&M men's tennis team continues the fall season at the prestigious SEC Fall Classic in Gainesville, Florida and at the Rice Fall invitational in Houston, Texas.
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