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The Islamic State: On the ground in Iraq
Scott Pelley reports from the front lines in the fight against ISIS in northern Iraq, speaking with Kurdish Peshmerga fighters and victims of ISIS atrocities
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The Islamic State: Repercussions
Scott Pelley speaks with two men who recognized the threat of ISIS early and warned of the possible consequences of not acting
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NASA's MAVEN Mars probe safely brakes into orbit
Ten months outbound from Earth, the spacecraft settled into orbit around Mars, kicking off a long-awaited mission to study the Martian atmosphere
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A victim of ISIS’s brutality cries out for her mother
The pain in Nadaya’s voice speaks to the brutality she experienced at the hands of ISIS
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Officials mull installing security checkpoints in White House vicinity
AP: After man jumped over gate and got inside White House, though barely, Secret Service contemplating checkpoints for nearby public areas
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Man last seen with missing Virginia student sought on other warrants
Virginia State Police have issued warrants for the man on reckless driving charges, but officials also want to ask him about Hannah Graham
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2nd person dies after bus overturns in Delaware
48 others hurt, several critically; bus was heading to New York from Washington, D.C.
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Marches worldwide for climate action
Protesters call for policies to reduce carbon emissions and to protect humanity from worsening climate change
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300,000 marchers ring climate warning bell in NYC, around globe
London, Cairo, other cities also see large turnout in support of action on climate change ahead of UN Climate Summit
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Kerry meets with Iran's foreign minister on nuclear program
U.S. Secretary of State was in talks with Mohamad Javad Zarif on reducing Iran's nuclear capabilities
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9 days in, still no contact with Pennsylvania trooper killer
Official says they believe they are "closing in on him"; attacker may have planned ambush and retreat for years, investigators believe
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Turkey remains cagey about hostages freed by ISIS
Turkish government says 49 hostages released by extremists without ransom or military operation, but many doubt official story
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Japan preparing to reopen a nuclear power plant
More than three years after an earthquake and tsunami caused a disaster, two reactors are cleared to run at the Sendai plant, but that makes some uneasy
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Fires continue to rage through California, displacing thousands
A week after it started, a large wildfire in the northern part of the state has torched dozens of homes and threatens thousands more
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Tony Bennett's jazz art
The incomparable singer's other passion is painting, and the works are just as musical
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Aggies Bow Out of SEC Fall Classic
The Texas A&M men's tennis team completed participation at the SEC Fall Classic in Gainesville, Florida Sunday afternoon.
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No. 21 Texas A&M Hosts Texas A&M-CC in Final Non-Conference Match
No. 21 Texas A&M plays host to the Texas A&M-Corpus Christi Islanders on Monday in what will be the Aggies' final tune-up before opening SEC play on Sunday against Auburn. First serve against the Islanders is at 6:30 p.m. at Reed Arena.
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Texas A&M Falls to NC State in Match Play
The Texas A&M men's golf team wrapped up competition at the DICK'S Sporting Goods Collegiate Challenge Cup on Sunday, falling to North Carolina State 4-1 in match play.
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Aggies Continue Play at SEC Fall Classic and Rice Fall Invitational
The Texas A&M men's tennis team competed in Florida and Texas at both the prestigious SEC Fall Classic in Gainesville, Florida and at the Rice Fall invitational in Houston, Texas throughout the day on Saturday.
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Aggies Wrap Up Stroke Play at Challenge Cup
The Texas A&M men's golf team wrapped up the stroke play portion of the DICK'S Sporting Goods Collegiate Challenge Cup on Saturday. The Aggies finished the 54-hole stroke play at 885, +33 at the par-71 Golf Club of Tennessee to place 10th.
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