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​Parents of slain journalist James Foley: U.S. should do more for hostages
John and Diane Foley say the U.S. government and news media failed to do enough to save their son's life before he was beheaded by ISIS
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U.S. intel official confirms identity of "Jihadi John"
Intelligence official confirms masked ISIS militant seen in many beheading videos identified as college grad from London
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​D.C. residents toke up as conservative legislators fume
"It feels great, it feels like freedom," said one D.C. resident who smoked pot legally for the first time Thursday
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Who killed Malcolm X?
"60 Minutes" takes a look back at his death and a rare interview that led to an admission connected to his murder
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Missouri governor candidate dead in apparent suicide
Republican state auditor Tom Schweich dead of self-inflicted gunshot wound, staffer tells AP
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CPAC brings out most-watched conservatives
A who's who of conservatives, including potential GOP presidential hopefuls, converged on Washington for the annual conference.
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Llama drama causes police chase outside Phoenix
The streets of Sun City, Arizona, are once again safe after lasso-tossing cowboys reined in a pair of runaway llamas
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Tales of snow heroes and survivors
The white stuff just keeps piling up. But so do the stories of good deeds and miraculous survival
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NFL to appeal judge's ruling on Adrian Peterson
The league, which had suspended the Vikings runningback until at least April, feels that a federal judge's order voiding the suspension should be reviewed
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Kanye West apologizes to Beck, Bruno Mars
West tells Beck -- and Twitter -- he's sorry for storming the stage at the Grammys, and offers Mars a job
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Both sides in Ukraine conflict start artillery pullback
Ukrainian government and pro-Russia rebels say they're moving heavy weapons back from front line -- but will resume combat if provoked
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ISIS video shows militants smashing ancient Iraq artifacts
Destructions are part of extremist campaign to eliminate what they view as heresy
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Top dog breeds in the U.S.
Loveable labradors reigned as the nation's most popular dog breed for the 24th year, but competition is tough in the top 10
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First human head transplant two years away, says one surgeon
A scientist believes it may soon be possible to give a dying person a new body and new lease on life, but critics say he's getting in way over his head
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John Boehner scolds House members on dress code: "You know who you are"
"You know who you are," House speaker tells members during a sharp lecture on decorum
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A&M Hosts Dartmouth for Three-game Series
The Aggies are looking to continue their perfect start as they host the Dartmouth Big Green, out of the Ivy League, for a three-game series. The Maroon and White are off to a 9-0 start, the best since 2006 when A&M began the year 10-0.
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Aggies Open SEC Play Against Kentucky
The No. 9 Texas A&M Men's Tennis team will host Kentucky Friday at 2 p.m. at the George P. Mitchell Tennis Complex to open Southeastern Conference Play.
Women's Tennis Opens SEC Play at Tennessee
The Texas A&M women's tennis team opens Southeastern Conference play Friday as the Aggies take on the Tennessee Lady Vols in Knoxville, Tenn. First serve is slated for 3 p.m. (CT) at Goodfriend Tennis Center.
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