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The cable company believes it can get Time Warner Cable to the altar, just weeks after Comcast failed
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The art of the presidential campaign announcement speech
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John Nash: The "60 Minutes" interview
From the archives, Mike Wallace's interview with mathematician John Nash, the subject of the movie "A Beautiful Mind"
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Navarro Finishes NCAA Championship Tied For 21st
Navarro Finishes NCAA Championship In 21st
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NCAA College Station Regional Field Announced
Texas A&M will host Coastal Carolina, Cal and Texas Southern in the 2015 NCAA College Station Regional this weekend at Blue Bell Park, the selection committee announced Monday.
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12th Man Productions Finalist for Four National Awards
Texas A&M Athletics' award-winning 12th Man Productions is up for four national awards presented by The Sports Video Group (SVG) and the National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics (NACDA) at the upcoming 2015 SVG/NACDA College Sports Media Awards in Atlanta.
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Women's Golf Posts 18th-Place Team Finish At NCAA Championship
Texas A&M women's golf posted its sixth top 18 finish in eight years under head coach Trelle McCombs, as it earned an 18th place finish at the NCAA Championships in Bradenton, Fla. The Aggies have finished in the top 23 nine times in the past 12 years, and have 13 Top 25 NCAA finishes in its history.
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Women's Golf Waits For Help In NCAA Championship; Navarro To Advance
The Texas A&M women's golf team shot a 312 (+24) at the 2015 NCAA Women's Golf Championship at The Concession Golf Club, but now must wait for help in order to advance as one of the top 15 teams to play in Monday's final round of stroke play. The Aggies were in the clubhouse in 18th place when the horn blew to halt the third round due to darkness.
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