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Senators call for hearing into fraudulent Superstorm Sandy reports
Calls for investigation of FEMA follow "60 Minutes" report that agency overlooked falsified engineering reports made by insurance companies to save on damage claims
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Netanyahu strikes conciliatory tone ahead of speech to Congress
Speaking at a pro-Israel conference, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu sought to narrow the divide between his government and the Obama administration. The White House sees Netanyahu's speech to Congress as an effort to torpedo a deal with Iran that could halt its pursuit of a nuclear weapon for a decade or more. Major Garrett reports.
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​Nasdaq hits 5,000: This isn't your dot-com bubble Nasdaq
The last time the tech-heavy index was this high, Apple was looking up at Microsoft, and Webvan was a hot stock
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Larry David's "therapy" session with Charlie Rose
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​Fear takes hold in Russia after Nemtsov's assassination
Although rallies were held for the murdered opposition leader, some activists say they're fearful for their future
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Leery parents join nationwide boycott of Common Core exam
Some parents will not allow their kids to take the test in a move that some worry could set a dangerous precedent
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LAPD chief: Man killed on Skid Row "forcibly grabbed" for officer's holster
LAPD chief asks public not to rush to judgment in deadly officer-involved shooting on Skid Row that was captured on video
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Winter in Yellowstone
Steve Fuller, a caretaker at Yellowstone National Park, captures beauty during the isolated winter months
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Teacher found hanging in high school classroom in California
Female teacher found deceased inside locked classroom at El Dorado High School, police say
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Terror suspect on FBI list apprehended
A former cab driver from suburban Washington and believed to be working with extremists was taken into custody in Somalia
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The hidden image in Bill Clinton's official portrait
Painter Nelson Shanks added an element referencing the blue dress that reflected his view of the former president as a "liar"
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Letter written by NHL player's daughter pushes unlikely trade
Jordyn Leopold was able to get her pro hockey-playing dad closer to home simply by writing to her home team
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Only woman on Georgia death row seeks mercy hours before execution
Kelly Renee Gissendaner, 46, is scheduled to receive a lethal injection for the 1997 stabbing death of her husband
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Prince William's China trip is first royal visit in decades
This is the highest-profile member of the British royal family to visit to mainland China in nearly 30 years
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Proposed ban on popular bullet triggers run on ammo sales
Gun-rights advocates incensed by move to ban popular bullets used in AR-15 semiautomatic rifles, which can pierce police body armor
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Football Kicks Off Spring Drills
Texas A&M's spring football drills are underway after Monday's opening workout inside the McFerrin Athletic Center.
A&M Wraps Up 13-Game Homestand Tuesday
The Texas A&M Aggies will face their stiffest test to date in 2015 as they host the Dallas Baptist Patriots on Tuesday.
Final Gary Blair Luncheon Set For Tuesday At 11:30 a.m.
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Scouts and coaches from every NFL team are expected to be in attendance to interview, time, measure and observe Texas A&M's 2014 seniors along with junior running back Trey Williams, who declared early for the NFL Draft.
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The No. 9 Texas A&M men's tennis team withstood frigid temperatures and a 14-hour weather delay to defeat the Tennessee Volunteers 4-1 at the George P. Mitchell Tennis Center Monday morning. The Aggies improved to 6-1 overall and 2-0 in SEC play while the Vols fell to 8-6 overall and 0-2 in league play.
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