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Kepler space telescope discovers most Earth-like planet yet
Planet found 500 light years away is the right size and right distance from its sun to support life as we know it
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Gabriel Garcia Marquez, Nobel laureate, dies at 87
The writer, whose novels and short stories exposed readers to Latin America's passion, violence and inequality, died at home in Mexico City
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Leader of Minn. "virgin camp" sought for rape of minors
Nationwide manhunt is on for self-styled "minister" charged with 59 counts of raping young girls who lived with him in a "Maidens' Group" at compound he shared with his followers
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Famous Los Angeles mountain lion exposed to poison
Big cat featured in National Geographic photo essay found mange-ridden and ailing after eating rat poison
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South Korean ferry captain faces criminal investigation into when he left ship
Crew member says captain's 1st message to 475 people on ship was to stay put, and by time evacuation order came, it was too late for many
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Michaels Stores says 2.6M cards were breached
It says the attacks, which used highly sophisticated malware not seen before, began last year and have been contained
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Chelsea Clinton: I'm pregnant
Clinton and husband Marc Mezvinsky are expecting their first child later this year
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Pope breaks rules as he washes feet of disabled people in pre-Easter ritual
Pope Francis embraces a practice that riled traditional Catholics when he first did it last year
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NSA leaker Edward Snowden asks Putin how Russia spies on Russians
Man who spilled NSA's secrets asks Russian leader if Moscow spies on its own citizens to the same extent; Putin answers without hesitation
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Fantasy sand sculptures
Award-winning sand sculptors from across the globe have been working to create sculptures influenced by fairy tales and fables in England
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Why did ousted Yahoo executive get $58 million in severance?
Former COO Henrique de Castro’s golden parachute may be one of the richest payouts for subpar performance ever
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Police: N.J. mom drove into river with her 3 teens in car
The family was rescued by a passer-by who helped them escape the sinking car after one sibling kicked out a window
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Would Obama endorse Biden in 2016 run for president?
Vice president also answers whether he'll throw his hat into next presidential election following joint appearance with Obama in Pennsylvania
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LISTEN: 911 calls reveal panic caused by fake child abduction
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No apologies from college head for asking how to be "not as white"
President of university north of Seattle faces backlash over controversial questionnaire given to students
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Amir Abdur-Rahim Joins Aggie Basketball Staff
Amir Abdur-Rahim (pronounced UH-mere ab-durr-RA-heem), regarded as one of the top rising stars among coaches in collegiate basketball, joins the Texas A&M men's basketball staff as an assistant coach, head coach Billy Kennedy announced Thursday.
Aggies and Gators to Play Two on ESPNU
The No. 21 Texas A&M softball team is set to host No. 5 Florida in a three-game Southeastern Conference series, this weekend at the Aggie Softball Complex.
Leading by Example
Junior Ore, men's tennis' lone senior, looks to lead the Aggies to SEC Tourney title and beyond.
Aggie Golfers Head to SEC Tournament
The No. 30 Texas A&M women's golf team is looking to improve its conference standing this weekend at the SEC Women's Golf Championship in Hoover, Ala.
Texas A&M Men?s Tennis set for SEC Championships
The No. 11 Texas A&M men's tennis team travelled to Nashville, Tenn. for the 2014 SEC Tennis Championship, hosted by Vanderbilt.
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