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U.S. tried to rescue hostages in Syria, but failed
U.S. troops sent to Syria earlier this summer on mission to free captive Americans, including slain journalist James Foley, but came up empty-handed
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Ferguson residents say town mischaracterized
Townspeople in the Missouri suburb that has become a hotbed of tension say their home is a place where most people get along
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CHP officer in highway beating could face "serious charges"
California Highway Patrol sends findings to DA in officer's highway beating of woman, captured on cellphone video
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On the road with the Health Wagon
It's not the first time Scott Pelley stepped foot on the beat-up Winnebago where the working poor of Appalachia get free health care
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Obama on ISIS: Tough words, but will it lead to more action?
The execution of American journalist James Foley personalizes the fight against ISIS for the U.S., experts say
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Holder arrives in Ferguson as grand jury begins hearing evidence
Attorney general tells college students "change is coming" ahead of briefings from officials investigating death of Michael Brown
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New theory on how Americans were infected with Ebola in Liberia?
As the West African nation sealed off a slum in its capital, there is a new thinking as to how two Americans came down with the disease
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James Foley, American journalist
James Foley, an American journalist, disappeared while covering the civil war in Syria in 2012 and was apparently killed by Islamic militants in August 2014.
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The Menendez brothers: 25 years later
Erik and Lyle Menendez murdered their parents in their Beverly Hills mansion in 1989; case became a national sensation
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Colorado Marine killed on trip home to surprise brother
20-year-old was killed in car crash as he traveled home to surprise younger; he wanted to take boy to school on first day of second grade
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Tony Stewart skipping a third race after driver's death
NASCAR champion has been in seclusion since his car struck and killed 20-year-old Kevin Ward Jr. during sprint car race
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Little League World Series coach's inspiring speech goes viral
David Belisle says speech to crying players on his Cumberland team was spontaneous and from the heart
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Does a big wedding mean a happier marriage?
A new report finds couples with 150 or more guests at their nuptials could have a more satisfying life together down the line
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Iceland volcano showing increased activity; evacuations ordered
As many as 500 people evacuated from area as Bardarbunga shows increased seismic activity; 2010 eruption of another volcano caused air travel chaos
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Zombie fungus makes "sniper's alley" around ant colonies
Because ants are social creatures, the fungus must wait and attack outside the colony
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Krajicek Advances at US Open Qualifying
Former Texas A&M men's tennis All-American Austin Krajicek advanced in US Open Qualifying Wednesday afternoon against 13th seeded Norbert Gombos, of Slovakia, held at the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center in Flushing Meadows, New York.
Aggies Hold First Weekly Press Conference
Head coach Kevin Sumlin, coordinators Mark Snyder and Jake Spavital and selected players met with the press Wednesday in the first weekly press conference of the year.
Texas A&M Unveils Spanish Radio Network for Football
Texas A&M Athletics and its multimedia rights holder, Learfield Sports' Texas A&M Sports Properties, announced today the launch of a dedicated Spanish Network for Aggie Football featuring radio stations in San Antonio, Houston, El Paso and McAllen, as well as on satellite radio via Sirius XM.
SEC coaches preseason poll predicts Aggies to finish 3rd & 6th
As Texas A&M embarks on its third season in the SEC, the conference cross country coaches predict a third-place finish for the Aggie women and a sixth-place result for the A&M men in the 2014 SEC Championships.
Sydney Colson Named Women?s Basketball Video Coordinator
Sydney Colson, the starting point guard of Texas A&M's 2011 National Championship team, was named women's basketball video coordinator on Wednesday. Colson had served as a graduate assistant with squad since January 2014.
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