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Canadian PM: Ottawa war memorial, Parliament shootings were terrorism
"Canada will never be intimidated," Prime Minister Stephen Harper vows after gunman kills soldier, storms Parliament building in Ottawa
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Why the Takata airbag recall is different
It's likely to become the biggest ever and take years to fix, and that's only the beginning
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Sergeant-at-arms hailed as hero in Ottawa shooting
Government officials say former police officer Kevin Vickers fatally shot the gunman who had killed a soldier and stormed Parliament
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Ben Bradlee: The "60 Minutes" interview
The late Washington Post editor, who led the newspaper's Watergate coverage, told Mike Wallace that President Nixon put him "on the map"
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More people in U.S. being watched for Ebola symptoms
As many as 10, in Seattle area and Connecticut, being monitored for 3 weeks
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Man apprehended after jumping White House fence
White House briefly on lockdown after man jumps North Lawn fence and is subdued by agents and guard dogs
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The worst excuses for skipping work
Employers report that workers are getting creative -- and sometimes pretty ridiculous -- when calling out for the day
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Ottawa shootings
After a Canadian soldier was shot and wounded, gunfire was exchanged in and around the Canadian Parliament building in Ottawa
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Common virus linked with Alzheimer's disease
Not just a minor annoyance, the virus could play a role in something much more serious
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Tempers flare during World Series Game 2
Kansas City Royals regain spunk that's marked their postseason run, top San Francisco Giants 7-2 and knot series at one game apiece
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Economists to investors: Don't worry be happy
U.S. clearly facing some headwinds, but none expected to be strong enough to spoil coming holiday season
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What Justice Department vacancies mean for Obama
The top two leaders at the agency are stepping down
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AP: NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell told to testify in Ray Rice appeal
At issue: What Rice told Goodell in June about the former Pro Bowl running back hitting his then-fiancee in an elevator
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How would NYC handle a nuclear explosion?
City's Office of Emergency Management conducts training exercise simulating response to nuclear blast in Times Square
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Worrisome chemical may lurk in cash register receipts
Study shows body's absorption of the chemical rises dramatically from touching the receipts
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A&M Embarks on Weekend with SEC Title within their Grasp
The Aggies play a pair of games this weekend with a chance to secure a share of the SEC regular-season title. The Aggies travel to play Arkansas on Friday and host South Carolina on Sunday and can guarantee a piece of the title with a pair of wins.
Special Promotions Announced for A&M Volleyball Weekend
Numerous promotions and activities benefitting worthy causes will take place this weekend at Reed Arena as No. 24 Texas A&M plays host to Georgia, Friday at 6 p.m., and then returns to the court on Sunday at 11 a.m. to host 16th-ranked Kentucky.
Texas A&M at SEC Tipoff '15
Texas A&M launched the unofficial kickoff to the basketball season Tuesday when the Aggies participated in the SEC's Tipoff '15 event in Charlotte.
Maroon and White Championship Series Starts on Monday
Texas A&M's fall practice session and the chase for the Omaha Cup will wrap up with next week's Maroon and White Championship Series beginning on Monday.
Texas A&M Student-Athletes Host Annual Aggies CAN Food Drive
Texas A&M is the home of the largest student-athlete run canned food drive in the nation with over 200 student-athletes participating last year and the 2014 Aggies CAN food drive is set to begin later this week.
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