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Boston man charged over fake bomb at marathon site
Kevin Edson, 25, allegedly left a backpack with a rice cooker full of confetti near the marathon finish line
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Horse tosses driver, goes on wild ride in Savannah, Ga.
Video catches driver of horse cart losing control and getting tossed when her horse loses its bit, sending the driverless carriage careening around downtown
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US Airways staffer won't be fired for tweeting "inappropriate image"
US Airways staffer who accidentally tweeted a photo of a woman's private parts will not be fired
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Kim Jong Un's "bad hair day" sparks a diplomatic to-do
London salon's poster mocking Kim Jung Un's distinctive hair style prompts row between U.K. and North Korea
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Murder victim was on phone with 911 for 12 minutes, cops say
Denver police say a mother in fear for her life spent 12 minutes on the phone with 911 before she was shot to death by her husband
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Lost sea lion pup found more than 100 miles inland
Malnourished "Hoppie" is being nursed back to health after being found wandering in California's San Luis National Wildlife Refuge
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"I felt like my heart stopped"
Hundreds of parents seek information after ferry carrying mostly high school students sinks off South Korea's coast
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Ex-Calif. city leader gets 12 years in prison for corruption
Robert Rizzo gave himself annual salary and benefits package of $1.5 million in city where a quarter of the population lives below federal poverty line
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Federal judge rules on controversial abortion law in N.D.
Measure signed into law in 2013 bans abortions as early as six weeks into pregnancy
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T. rex arrives in Washington
Original fossilized bones of Tyrannosaurus rex discovered in Montana arrive at the National Museum of Natural History
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Formerly conjoined twin boys released from Dallas hospital
Owen and Emmett Ezell were born joined at the abdomen and doctors weren't sure they'd survive
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Oy vey! It's a gefilte fish shortage
The traditional Passover dish is on the endangered list this year, thanks to the Great Lakes' deep freeze
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US Airways staffer won't be fired for tweeting "inappropriate image"
US Airways staffer who accidentally tweeted a photo of a woman's private parts will not be fired
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Hottest cars at New York Auto Show
Latest automobile models revealed at New York International Auto Show
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Easter lilies toxic for cats, FDA warns
Nibbling a few leaves or licking pollen off fur can cause kidney failure, sometimes fatal, in cats
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Aggie Basketball Inks Illinois Standout Peyton Allen
The Texas A&M men's basketball program officially announced Wednesday that it has received the National Letter of Intent from Peyton Allen.
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On a magical day 25 years ago, John Byington's legacy was cemented forever with a pair of historic homers.
12th-Seeded Aggie Equestrian Set for 2014 NCEA Championships
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QB Matt Joeckel, who started against Rice in 2013, has already earned his undergraduate degree from the Mays Business School at Texas A&M.
A&M Hosts Abilene Christian on Wednesday
As the regular-season heads into its final third, the Aggies open up a key four-game homestand on Wednesday as the Maroon and White host the Abilene Christian Wildcats in a 6:35 pm contest on Olsen Field at Blue Bell Park.
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