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Philly police chief: Calm the talk over NYPD killings
After NYPD union chief says there's "blood on the hands" of the NYC mayor, Philly police chief says that kind of rhetoric isn't helping
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Three things to know about the Obama family vacation in Hawaii
They're on their annual family getaway in Kailua, until Jan. 4
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Only 5 percent of Cubans are on the Internet
Cubans don’t only lack Internet access; a saxophone player at one of the country’s top music schools uses dried-out reeds from the 1970s. Watch Scott Pelley's full report, "Cuba."
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Eye Opener: Police on high alert after murder of two NYPD officers
A community mourns and tensions are exposed after the murder of two NYPD officers. Also, North Korea threatens to target the White House after President Obama vows a response to the cyberattacks. All that and all that matters in today's Eye Opener. Your world in 90 seconds.
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Former Milwaukee officer not charged in fatal shooting of mentally ill man
Dontre Hamilton, a black man, was shot 14 times by Christopher Manney, a white police officer who was fired after the incident
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Wild weather threatens millions of holiday travelers
Colorado braces for lots of snow; Gulf Coast could see hail and damaging wind; airport delays possible along Eastern Seaboard
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North Korea snubbing milestone U.N. meeting
Security Council taking up Pyongyang's human rights record for first time; North calls those who aided probe "human scum"
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2014 The year in photos
A look back at some of the most stunning news images of the past year
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​Pope Francis blasts "ailments" of Vatican bureaucracy
In Christmas greeting, pontiff delivers withering criticism of Roman Curia, which runs the Holy See, as an organization suffering from "spiritual Alzheimer's"
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​Terrorists forced to face victims on Iraqi reality TV
"In the Grip of the Law" brings together convicted militants and those affected by their terrorist acts; human rights groups question the airing of detainee confessions
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China indicts Jackie Chan's son on drug charge
Jaycee Chan, 32, was among a string of celebrities detained over the summer for vices such as drug use and hiring prostitutes, as Beijing vowed to clean up social morals
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Cristiano Ronaldo unveils 10-foot statue of himself in Portugal
Soccer superstar says the larger-than-life bronze statue is "prettier than me"
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Driver plows into crowd in southern France, raising extremist fears
Out-of-control motorist injured 11 people at time when tensions are heightened over Islamist threats
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NYC cop killer to passersby: "Watch what I'm going to do"
Authorities say he stopped people on street before slaying the officers, asked them to follow him on Instagram; had long criminal history
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Spain's Princess Cristina facing serious charges
Judge orders King Felipe's sister to stand trial along with her husband
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No. 4 Women Fall in Final Seconds to No. 3 Texas, 67-65
A layup with under four seconds to play lifted third-ranked Texas to a 67-65 win over No. 4 Texas A&M Sunday afternoon in the SEC/Big 12 Challenge in North Little Rock's Verizon Arena.
Kyle Field's West Side Comes Down
As the latest and most dramatic step of the Kyle Field Redevelopment, the stadium's iconic west side was successfully imploded Sunday morning.
Men's Basketball Battles But Falls to K-State, 71-64
Kansas State used a strong inside game in the first half to defeat Texas A&M 71-64 in the Wildcat Classic at the Sprint Center on Saturday night.
Football Meets Media at Liberty Bowl Press Conference
Head coach Kevin Sumlin along with select coaches and players met the press Thursday at the Aggies' Liberty Bowl preview press conference inside Kyle Field.
Basketball Teams Announce Pass It Back For The Holidays
Texas A&M Athletics has teamed up with the Student Senate to provide tickets for underprivileged children and non-profit organizations for several men's and women's basketball games from Dec. 30 to Jan. 19.
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