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Russian president - called "Tsar" by his aides - said to shun technology, instead relying on paper documents and Soviet war-era landlines
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Minimum-wage workers are getting left behind
On the five-year anniversary of the last minimum-wage hike, it's clear that low-paid workers are going backwards
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Air Algerie plane vanishes from radar
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Doctor used own gun to defend himself from shooter at hospital
Authorities say doctor apparently had a gun, and wounded shooter who killed a caseworker at a suburban Philadelphia hospital
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2-hour execution adds fuel to death penalty debate
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Desperate for painkillers, man self-inflicted injuries
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Israel ground assault in Gaza
Israeli Defense Forces began a ground offensive in Gaza after more than one week of rocket fire between the Israelis and Hamas militants
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Israeli fire hits U.N. school in Gaza, killing 15
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Tornado slams Virginia campground; 2 dead
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General Jim Jones: Putin forged "seismic shift" in U.S.-Russia relations
Obama's former national security adviser discusses Putin's long-term strategy to weaken U.S. influence and how it may be working
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Wreckage of Indiana teen pilot's plane found, Coast Guard says
Haris Suleman, 17, was killed when he crashed during around-the-world flight; crews still searching for the body of his father
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VA reform negotiations hit a snag
Democrats charged Republicans were engaging in a political stunt after congressional talks broke down
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Pope meets woman sentenced to death for refusing to recant Christian faith
Vatican said Pope Francis had "a very affectionate" meeting with Meriam Ibrahim, her husband and their two small children
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NYC police investigate another apparent chokehold
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Several Texas A&M current and former athletes have headed to Scotland to compete for their home countries in the XX Commonwealth Games.
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Texas A&M equestrian rising junior Logan Pluhar was chosen by the National Collegiate Equestrian Association (NCEA) to compete in the 2014 AQHA Horsemanship Challenge at the AQHA World Championship Show, Nov. 19-20 in Oklahoma City.
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Texas A&M's Shamier Little won her opening round heat of the 400 hurdles in 57.94 seconds during the IAAF World Junior Championships on Wednesday at Hayward Field to advance to Friday's semifinal.
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