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Jordan calls on ISIS to prove captive still alive
As new deadline fast approaches for Amman to free al Qaeda prisoner, Japanese journalist Kenji Goto's fate hangs in the balance
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Malaysia clears way for Flight 370 compensation
Gov't officially declares passengers and crew of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 dead in "accident"
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Greece's finance minister in 2012: "Greece is in a coma"
Before Yanis Varoufakis became Greece's new finance minister, he told "60 Minutes" that European lenders' austerity measures were stifling Greece
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Eye Opener: ISIS issues a new deadline
Another winter storm barrels across the Midwest, and New England still struggles under mounds of snow. Also, parents are fighting back against the anti-vaccine movement. All that and all that matters in today's Eye Opener. Your World in 90 seconds.
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Calif. family wants schools to ban kids without measles vaccine
Rhett Krawitt's immune system is too weak to get the Measles vaccine, so his parents want his school to protect him from the current outbreak
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U.Va. sororities told to skip frat parties after alleged rape
Request from some national chapter presidents is angering many students
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Oh, no! More snow on way to New England, forecasters say
At least two and possibly three systems could hit region in coming days, even as it continues to dig out from this week's blizzard
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New England swamped by snow
Coastal Massachusetts was hit especially hard by the 2015 blizzard
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France cops detain boy, 8, over "terrorist" remarks
Official insists handling of youngster who allegedly voiced support for Charlie Hebdo attack was "necessary"
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Do e-cigarettes break the hold of Big Tobacco or condemn kids to addiction?
Vaping advocates say it's safer than smoking and gets people to quit, but policymakers fear it lures children to pick up the habit
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9 unusual jobs that earn $100,000 or more
Forget the cubicle: These gigs are interesting and pay well
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Obama to propose ending sequestration cuts
President to discuss his budget proposals with House Democrats Thursday
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Your Blizzard 2015 photos
CBSN viewers posted images of the winter storm using the hastag #CBSNblizzard
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Comcast apologizes for changing customer's billing name to profanity
After billing dispute, Spokane, Washington, couple shocked to see a new name on their residential bill
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Consumer groups cheer move to rein in banking "blacklist"
State attorney general's deal with financial giant should help more lower-income consumers obtain banking services
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Audio: Alex Caruso, Alex Robinson on Studio 12
Point guards Alex Caruso and Alex Robinson talked hoops on the Wednesday edition of Studio 12 Live.
Softball Hosts Open Practice and Fan Fest on February 4
The Aggie softball team will open practice on Feb. 4 to fans, with a free fan event to follow.
Red-Hot Men Win Fifth in a Row, Down Auburn 71-61
Danuel House scored 23 points and hit six 3-pointers to lead streaking Texas A&M to a 71-61 victory over Auburn on Tuesday night.
A&M sprinter Bralon Taplin earns SEC Runner of the Week honor
Texas A&M senior sprinter Bralon Taplin earned SEC Runner of the Week honors following his world-leading performance in the 400 meters at the Texas A&M Quadrangular this past weekend.
Texas A&M trio earns SEC weekly honors
Earning recognition from the SEC were senior team captain Luke Shaw (Men's Swimmer of the Week), freshman Mauro Castillo (Men's Freshman of the Week) and freshman Béryl Gastaldello (Women's Freshman of the Week).
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