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Buffalo in "phase two of this battle with Mother Nature"
N.Y. Governor Cuomo says state is preparing for the worst as 7 feet of snow meets warmer weather and rain
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Child soldiers become integral part of ISIS' army
Suicide bombers, guards, cooks, spies: kids as young as 10 openly recruited into terror group's campaign "in a systematic and organized manner"
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NAACP president "concerned" about Ferguson grand jury decision
Cornell William Brooks tells "Face the Nation" the grand jury didn't get enough direction from the prosecutor, but promises "non-violent" response to decision
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Revisiting Chernobyl
Bob Simon returns to the site of the world's worst nuclear power plant disaster and it's still radioactive and dangerous -- almost 30 years later.
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Cleveland boy, 12, shot and killed by police over fake gun
Police say kid was on playground with Airsoft replica gun that had orange safety indicator removed; officers placed on leave
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​Lindsey Graham: House Benghazi report "full of crap"
GOP senator says his Republican colleagues in the House "doing a lousy job policing their own" after report on wrongdoing in the 2012 terror attack
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President for life? Vladimir Putin opens up
The divisive Russian leader gives new interview discussing how his "own mood" will affect how many more times he runs for reelection
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Marion Barry, former D.C. mayor, dead at 78
Influential and controversial, Barry rose from a sharecropper's son to become four-term mayor of nation's capital
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Fruit works of art
Photographer Roger Rowley documents the creative ways he gets his kids to eat breakfast
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Barricades up: Final preparations for Ferguson grand jury
As sources tell CBS News when to expect indictment decision on white cop who shot unarmed black teen, Missouri officials ready for the worst
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​The future of food: Crushed bugs, chemical elixirs and apps
David Pogue samples the latest from the frontlines of culinary tech. including recipes created by a computer
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Former kidnap victim Elizabeth Smart fights to stop human trafficking
Smart is turning her ordeal into weapon against $99-billion-a-year sex trafficking industry, which has more than tripled in last 7 years
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Photos of the week
The best images from the week's news, Nov. 14-Nov. 21, 2014
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Naked man arrested after causing incident at Boston airport
Cameron Shenk, 26, faces a laundry list of charges after he was spotted running from women's bathroom in Logan Airport "naked and bleeding"
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​The market for frozen foods is heating up
A visit to a NYC grocery store where every item is frozen
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No. 5 WBB Hosts 2014 NCAA Tournament Team Prairie View Monday
No. 5 Texas A&M hosts defending SWAC Champion Prairie View A&M in a women's basketball game inside Reed Arena on Monday, November 24 at 7 p.m. The Aggies have reached the last nine NCAA Tournaments, while the Lady Panthers have made four straight NCAA Tournaments--and six of the last eight with two trips to the WNIT mixed in.
No. 1 Aggies cruise to Adamson team title
The Aggies logged a trio of individual wins on the final day of the meet with victories from freshman Lisa Bratton, senior Sarah Henry and freshman Bethany Galat.
Aggie freshmen shine on Adamson final day
Highlighting the Aggies' final day at the 2014 Art Adamson Invitational were the freshman trio of Tyler Henschel, Brock Bonetti and Mauro Castillo.
#9 @AggieEquestrian Downs #5 Georgia 11-7 Saturday
The Aggies defeated the reigning national champions in their first SEC meet at the Hildebrand Equine Complex
A&M Hosts No. 12 Notre Dame for a Sweet 16 Donnybrook on Sunday
The No. 5 Texas A&M Aggies look to advance to the NCAA Division I Championship quarterfinal (Elite Eight) for the fifth time in program history as they host the No. 12 Notre Dame Fighting Irish at Ellis Field on Sunday at 1:30 pm.
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