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Arraignment on tap for accused cop killer Eric Frein
U.S. Marshals used handcuffs belonging to slain Pa. state trooper to arrest Frein after 48-day manhunt
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​Ebola in the U.S.: Who pays the bills?
"I don't know how the Feds are going to handle it," says one hospital official as the costs of dealing with Ebola add up
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"60 Minutes" Moment of the Week: Overcoming fear to care for an Ebola patient
Nurse Sidia Rose says she was so scared that she wept when she learned her Dallas hospital likely had an Ebola patient -- then she suited up and went in to care for him. Watch Scott Pelley’s full report, "Treating Ebola."
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Eye Opener: Police capture Pennsylvania fugitive Eric Frein
Federal and state police captured suspected cop killer Eric Frein in Pennsylvania after Frein was on the run for weeks. All that and all that matters in today's "Eye Opener." Your world in 90 seconds.
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Standoff continues over Maine nurse's quarantine
Bike ride is latest show of defiance as Kaci Hickox's resistance evolves into clear clash of personal freedom vs. fear of Ebola
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Milk's beef with gas prices
Average U.S. pump price hits $3 a gallon and is expected to keep falling; milk producers have taken notice
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Harrowing time for parachutist 155 feet up
Base jump goes wrong in St. Louis County
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Minuscule beauty
Winning images from the Nikon Small World Photomicrography 2014 contest
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Why apartment rents have skyrocketed
Inflation has remained tame during the recovery, but not when it comes to keeping a roof over your head
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What Eric Frein's capture means for Halloween in Pa. town
Accused trooper killer was taken into custody in nick of time for kids in Barrett Township
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National Guard called as lava inches toward Hawaii town
The troops will provide security for Pahoa, which lies in the path of the slow-moving molten rock
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Washington's marijuana businesses wouldn't mind some competition in Oregon
Marijuana retailers in Washington are eager to see whether neighboring Oregon's retail pot measure passes
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Walmart plans 20,000 holiday price cuts
The massive price promotions start tomorrow, and the retail giant will also offer free shipping on some online purchases
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Website will provide street-by-street flood forecasts before a storm
Two years after Sandy, researchers in New Jersey want to bring more powerful predictions to the people
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LeBron's return to Cleveland a bummer
Fans welcomed him with thunderous ovation for first game back with home state team he left 4 years ago -- but then came the game
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Aggie men soar past FAU Owls
The Aggie men's swimming and diving team added another mark to the win column with a 121-95 victory over the Florida Atlantic Owls.
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Aggies take on UNT, UH
The Texas A&M women's swimming and dive team will take on a pair of regional opponents in a 3 p.m. double dual meet with host North Texas and the University of Houston on Friday at UNT's Pohl Recreation Center.
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Soccer Wins Second Straight SEC Championship
Texas A&M won its second consecutive SEC Championship on Thursday evening with a 2-1 victory over Georgia on senior night at Ellis Field.
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Lambo nominated for Wuerffel Trophy
Handling all of the Aggies' field goal and extra point tries in 2014, Josh Lambo has connected on 47-of-48 placekicks (7-of-8 on field goals and 40-of-40 on extra points) for a 98.0 success rate.
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Texas A&M Women?s Tennis Competes in California
Several members of the Texas A&M women's tennis team begin competition today at the Jack Kramer Intercollegiate Tournament to be held at the Jack Kramer Tennis Club in Rolling Hills Estates, Calif.
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