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NY officials urge calm after doctor's Ebola diagnosis
Officials say Craig Spencer closely followed all protocols after returning from West Africa; his fever wasn't nearly as high as first reported
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Canada attack raises "lone wolf" worries in U.S.
FBI keeping a close eye on a group of people considered a possible risk to the homeland, worried Ottawa shooter might inspire copycats
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American ISIS hostage's family get unlikely ally
Senior member of an al Qaeda affiliate has sparked debate among jihadists, giving American captive's parents new hope
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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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Dallas nurse Nina Pham is now Ebola-free, NIH says
First nurse to be diagnosed with Ebola after treating an infected Liberian man is being released from hospital
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Ebola patient in New York City: 5 things to know
A look at the background, symptoms and treatment of Dr. Craig Spencer
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"Honey, this is not my favorite case of Ebola"
American missionary who survived disease opens up about the strain of isolation, but offers a message of hope to doctor diagnosed in New York
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Underwater "space" walk
The European Space Agency tests out the Gandolfi space suit
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Motive sought in hatchet attack on NYPD officers
The day after Zale Thompson was shot dead after assaulting New York City police, investigators are searching his computer for clues
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From putting out flames to earning their wings
New York firefighters are taking to the skies in a career move you might not expect; keeping passengers safe at 35,000 feet
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Why low oil prices don't translate into lower air fares
Even though oil prices are sliding dramatically, air fares aren't going to fall -- experts are divided as to why
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Bodies in submerged cars linked to 1969, '70 cases
The bodies were found in two submerged cars that disappeared more than forty years ago
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Nazi sympathizers duped by Gestapo impostor in WWII
Bank clerk with no special training tricked British traitors and gathered potentially lethal info intended for the Nazis, files reveal
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Is America finally saying no to junk food?
McDonald's, Dunkin' Brands and Coke are stumbling, but some of their rivals are cruising, so something else is going on
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Solar eclipse
The moon's shadow crossed over the sun in a partial solar eclipse this week
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Equestrian Hosts SDSU in "Give Cancer the Boot" Meet
he Texas A&M women's equestrian team (1-1), currently ranked No. 9 in the country, will return home to the Thomas G. Hildebrand DVM '56 Equine Complex to host the South Dakota State Jackrabbits (2-2) in a meet beginning at 11 a.m. on Saturday, Oct. 25.
A&M, Clemson Agree to Home-and-Home Football Series
Texas A&M University and Clemson University have agreed to a home-and-home football series in 2018 and 2019.
No. 24 Texas A&M Hosts Georgia, No. 16 Kentucky
The 24th-ranked Texas A&M volleyball team (12-6, 4-3 SEC) returns to Reed Arena for a pair of home matches this weekend, playing host to Georgia (10-9, 2-5 SEC) on Friday at 6 p.m. and No. 16 Kentucky (17-3, 7-1 SEC) Sunday at 11 a.m.
Aggie men take on UIW in San Antonio
The dual meet will be a homecoming for a trio of Aggie swimmers from San Antonio ? junior team captain Cory Bolleter (Churchill HS), freshman Clay McAnany (Reagan HS) and senior team captain Luke Shaw (Alamo Heights HS).
Aggie women ranked No. 7 in CSCAA poll
The Aggies opened the 2014-15 season last Saturday with 170-120 road win over conference foe Arkansas. A&M won all 16 events against the Razorbacks, placed 1-2 in eight events and swept the top three spots in three races.
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