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Georgia gov. signs sweeping gun bill into law
Law allows firearms in churches and schools under certain circumstances; Gov. Deal defends it as an important protection of 2nd Amendment rights
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Why the U.S. middle class is falling behind Canada’s
The American middle class has slipped from its perch as the world’s wealthiest
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Serial killer John Wayne Gacy probe helps solve cold case
Effort to identify victims of serial killer has helped solve the mystery of what happened to a 22-year-old Chicago man who went missing in 1978
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For teen drivers, rowdy friends may be more dangerous than phones
Findings underscore importance of license restrictions for young drivers, researchers say
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Supreme Court throws out $3.4M award to child rape, porn victim
Ruling leaves unsettled how victims in pornography cases should be compensated
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El Nino could bring more record-breaking weather to U.S.
Giant phenomenon threatens to change weather patterns around the world, affecting billions of people
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Now, even boomers are moving back in with mom and dad
Lost jobs, insufficient retirement savings, health problems -- aging baby boomers give multigenerational families a new twist
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South Korea ferry death toll hits 156 as grim recovery effort hits cabin walls
More than 3-quarters of 323 students listed as dead or missing as data begins to shed light on maneuvers before accident
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Inspired by the Bard
On Shakespeare's 450th birthday, a look at films inspired by his works
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"Bionic eye" restores sight to Michigan man
Man is one of four people in the U.S. to receive a high-tech artificial retina implant to restore sight
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Hunger is a growing problem on college campuses
Many colleges have opened food pantries to make sure that students don't go hungry
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Judge decides whether WikiLeaks leaker can be called Chelsea
Soldier convicted of leaking classified documents to anti-secrecy website serving a 35-year sentence at Army prison
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Duke Energy to lawmakers: Moving toxic coal ash costs too much
Company says removing coal ash away from state's rivers and lakes would take decades and cost up to $10 billion
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"You're dead," Minn. homeowner told teen burglar
An audio recording of the moments when two teenagers were fatally shot by Byron Smith was played for jurors at his murder trial
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"Disabled" cop fronted metal band, admits to fraud
Christopher Inserra pleaded guilty in a Brooklyn court to collecting over $30K in disability payments while performing energetically with a heavy metal band
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Aggies seek more Championship of America titles at Penn Relay Carnival
Texas A&M defends titles in four of the five Championship of America relays they captured last season along with half of the six individual Championship titles as they embark on the 120th Penn Relay Carnival at historic Franklin Field this weekend.
Aggies Hold Off Late Charge from No. 16 Rice
Texas A&M jumped out to a 6-0 lead and held off a ninth-inning rally to post a key road victory, 6-5, in Houston on Tuesday.
Aggies Score 25 in Doubleheader Sweep of Islanders
The No. 23 Texas A&M softball team (31-17) swept a Tuesday doubleheader with Texas A&M-Corpus Christi (13-32) at the Aggie Softball Complex, taking a 10-3 win in game one before run-ruling the Islanders, 15-0, in game two.
Making an Impact: Support Groups
In the latest of our "Making an Impact" series, we look at several athletic department-sponsored student groups whose support plays a big role in the success of their teams.
SEC Athlete of the Week honors for Shamier Little, Prezel Hardy, Jr.
SEC Athlete of the Week honors were awarded to a pair of Aggies this week as Prezel Hardy, Jr. received the men's Runner of the Week and Shamier Little shared the women's Freshman of the Week accolade.
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