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White House: Don't discount GOP calls to impeach Obama
Democrats have mostly greeted the impeachment talk with a "bring it on" attitude, but a top White House aide says the threat is very real
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Aviation disasters put industry under a microscope
Air Algerie crash latest in series of incidents in the aftermath of the disappearance of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370
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New Jersey family hit hard by Sandy to share lottery winnings
Family that suffered losses during storm will share $20 million jackpot that one of the 17 siblings said would be "a great pick-me-up"
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Producer's video-diary: 8 days in Tehran
What's it like to roam the streets of Tehran talking politics with average Iranians? A dispatch from "60 Minutes" producers and Steve Kroft
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Ohio State band director fired, "sexualized culture" exposed
Reports of sexual harassment and intimidation from ex-band members have brought the famed marching band under fire
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Lawn chemicals can stay in body for "years, even decades"
Pesticides used to get rid of weeds and insects have doctors divided on their safety
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Experts urge lifting ban on blood donations by gay men
A lot has changed since the U.S. banned gay men from donating blood at the height of the AIDS scare in the 1980s; why is the policy still in place?
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Taiwan plane survivor crawled out, phoned dad
10 survivors of deadly crash include woman who escaped through hole in the fuselage and sought help at nearby home
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Patrolling the Texas border
Amid immigration debate, photographer John Moore looks at the Rio Grande valley town of Falfurrias, Texas
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Retirement: Having your cake and eating it, too
You don't have choose between either flexible access to your savings or a guaranteed income for life; here's how to get both
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Israel kills senior Gaza militant; truce remains elusive
Israel to decide whether to expand its operation or consider cease-fire; Kerry, Ban and Egyptian FM also try to craft peace deal
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Republicans rebuke Obama aide for avoiding congressional inquiry
House Oversight Committee votes along party lines to reject White House's claims that official can ignore subpoenas
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Migrant children returned to violence-racked home countries
Thousands of children are being deported back to Central America, including to El Salvador, which has the world's fourth-highest murder rate
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War College to investigate Sen. John Walsh plagiarism allegations
Walsh, a Montana Democrat, is accused of borrowing large passages of a grad school paper for the U.S. Army War College without citing his sources
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Mystery of "creepy" dolls left on California doorsteps solved
Orange County police initially weren't sure if 10 porcelain dolls placed on families' porches was a prank or something more sinister
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Aggies at the Commonwealth Games - Day 1
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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Pluhar to Represent Texas A&M at AQHA Collegiate Challenge
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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Shamier Little advances to 400 hurdle semifinal at World Juniors
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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SEC Network Welcomes Time Warner Cable
Dallas, Austin and San Antonio TWC subscribers help push the SEC Network's current available footprint to approximately 60 million.
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Aggies Add Five to Roster
The Texas A&M Aggies announced the addition of five new players to the roster, including four that will suit up for the 2015 season.
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