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Major water main break floods parts of UCLA area
Sends geyser 30 feet in air, covers campus' famed arena's floor, inundates parking garages, strands dozens of cars; some people rescued
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Israel hits symbols of Hamas rule; at least 128 killed
Gaza's only power plant crippled in heavy bombardment; truce efforts stall on bloodiest day of fighting so far
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Groups order some of their workers from Liberia amid Ebola outbreak
Missionary groups pulling out nonessential personnel and asking for prayers for two American aid workers stricken with the deadly virus
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The secret to career success? Enthusiasm
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Obama expands sanctions on Russia, this time with European support
President says the steps will have "bigger bite"; says they're direct reaction to Moscow's actions, not move toward new Cold War
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Civil aviation: More info on combat zones is key
Malaysia Airlines plane downing has global air organizations calling for more intelligence-sharing, but that won't be easy
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Is the economy back on track?
Commerce Department's release Wednesday of second-quarter GDP will show if recovery has rebounded from its winter slide
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Modern-day cowboys
Cowboys keep up generations old tradition, drive cattle to their summer grazing spots on federal land leased in western Colorado
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Rescuers in Washington make miraculous save
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Pilot "deeply sorry" for accident that killed 9 year old on Florida beach
Georgia girl dies from her injuries day after small plane crash-landed on beach, killing her father
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Last survivor of Enola Gay crew dies
Navigator of plane that dropped atomic bomb on Hiroshima, which led to the end of World War II, was 93
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Women survive after being run over by train
They were trespassing on an Indiana railroad bridge were run over by a locomotive, but escaped apparently unharmed, authorities say
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Body of young stowaway found in wheel well of U.S. military plane
Body of boy found inside C-130 that landed in Germany, triggering questions about security of aircraft that made several stops in Africa
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3D printer makes antique instruments new again
Researchers at UConn use medical imaging and 3D printing technology to restore antique instruments to their former glory
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Top Ebola doctor dies from the disease after treating dozens
He contracted virus while treating patients in Sierra Leone; another victim is confirmed to be an American citizen
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Fabrice Lapierre reaches long jump final to defend Commonwealth title
Defending Commonwealth Games champion Fabrice Lapierre produced a season best of 26 feet, 1 inch in the long jump and it was the fourth best mark among the 12 jumpers who qualified for Wednesday's final.
Weisinger Added to Aggie Equestrian Coaching Staff
Texas A&M Equestrian Head Coach Tana McKay announced today the return of Aggie letterman Jessie Weisinger (pronounced WHY-singer) to the team, joining the staff as the assistant coach in charge of the horsemanship squad.
Bralon Taplin advances to 400m semifinal at Commonwealth Games
Three Aggies were in action at Hampden Park Stadium on the second day of track and field events in the 20th Commonwealth Games. Bralon Taplin ran in the opening round of the men's 400m and advanced to the semifinals.
Online voting for The Bowerman begins today for Aggie Deon Lendore
Fan voting for The Bowerman starts on Monday, July 28 and runs through August 12. Texas A&M sprinter Deon Lendore is one of three finalists for the men's award. #VoteLendore at
Shamier Little claims second gold medal at World Junior Championships
Texas A&M's Shamier Little earned a second gold medal during the IAAF World Junior Championships as a member of the United States winning 4x400 relay team. Little ran the opening leg of the relay as the Americans claimed victory in 3:30.42.
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