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WH: Foley execution an "attack on our country"
Deputy national security adviser Ben Rhodes says the execution of an American journalist represents a terrorist attack against the U.S.
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New theory may help explain global warming pause
Many scientists are convinced the oceans are playing a crucial role, but the evidence has been hard to find
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Ukraine accuses Russia of "direct invasion"
Moscow says it got tired of waiting for the nod from Kiev, so it ordered humanitarian convoy into rebel-held territory, against Kiev's will
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Escaped hostage: "Oh my God, they're collecting us"
Photojournalist Matthew Schrier told "60 Minutes" Syrian rebels were "collecting" U.S. journalists; James Foley was among them
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How many Americans have joined ISIS?
While U.S. can only confirm small number of Americans have joined terror groups in Syria, officials suspect actual number may be in the dozens
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Harry Reid apologizes for jokes about Asians
The Senate majority leader offered some racially tinged humor during a speech before the Las Vegas Asian Chamber of Commerce
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Teacher suspended after Michael Brown, Trayvon Martin lesson
An Alabama teacher was suspended without pay after being accused of having sixth-graders reenact​ the deadly shootings of Michael Brown and Trayvon Martin
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"Pinocchio" villa for sale
The Italian villa where "Pinocchio" was written in 1883 is on the market for $25 million
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New York doctors save patient with 20-pound tumor
The man did not even realize he had the tumor until he happened to get an X-ray after a fall
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Rats in spaaace! NASA experiments to involve rodents and more
Astronauts aboard the International Space Station are going to be getting some company
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Sacramento patient tests negative for Ebola, CDC says
Hospital remains tight-lipped about many of the details of the patient, citing privacy laws
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Beanbag chairs recalled after two children die
Reports of two deaths lead to the recall of more than 2 million chairs sold by stores including Walmart and Amazon
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Designers predict what future homes could look like on Mars
NASA and the 3D printing company Makerbot announce winners of their Thingiverse Mars Base challenge
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​U.S. says copyrighting a "monkey selfie" is bananas
U.S. Copyright Office says photos taken by animals don't qualify for copyright protection
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​U.S. tightens access to Vicodin, other narcotic painkillers
New regulations will make Vicodin and other painkillers containing hydrocodone harder to get
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Women?s Tennis Announces 2014-15 Schedule
Texas A&M women's tennis head coach Howard Joffe unveiled a challenging 2014-15 schedule, with 14 of 18 regular-season dual matches to be played against 2014 NCAA tournament teams.
A&M?s Adams tallies first international win
2014 Texas A&M senior Cammile Adams tallied her first-ever victory in international competition with Thursday's 200-meter butterfly win at the Pan Pacific Championships in Gold Coast, Australia.
Aggies Host Two Matches on Opening Weekend
The No. 9 Texas A&M Aggies commence the 2014 campaign with contests against the Dayton Flyers and the Stephen F. Austin Ladyjacks on Friday and Sunday, respectively.
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Both Kennedy and Williams were key contributors to the Aggies' 2013 offense that led the Southeastern Conference in passing, scoring and total offense.
Former Standouts Adams, Carter Begin WNBA Playoff Campaigns
Two former Texas A&M women's basketball standouts begin WNBA Playoff campaigns on Thursday night, as Sydney Carter and the Indiana Fever take on Washington, and Danielle Adams and the San Antonio Stars face Minnesota.
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