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John Kerry defies FAA ban, flies into Israel
Top U.S. diplomat pressing efforts to get Jewish state, Hamas to agree to truce as dozens of families scramble to flee fierce fighting
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With focus on Ukraine and Gaza, Washington watches other crises simmer
Though not making as many headlines recently, there are multiple other global flash points lawmakers are dealing with
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Somber farewell: 1st Flight 17 victims head home
2 planes carrying remains from downed Malaysia Airlines jet depart battleground of eastern Ukraine for Netherlands after somber ceremony
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From the archives of "60 Minutes": The Paris Ritz
Morley Safer's 1971 trip to the Ritz in Paris, a hotel synonymous with all things elegant, opulent, and snobbish
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What U.S. intelligence knows about Flight 17 shootdown
Senior intelligence officials say pictures posted on social media, phone calls point to pro-Russian rebels, but it's not an airtight case
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Dueling rulings on critical part of Obamacare
Two federal appeals courts issue contradictory decisions on subsidies used by millions to help pay their premiums
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David Perdue beats Rep. Jack Kingston in Georgia Senate runoff
Businessman's win in GOP primary runoff sets up nationally significant general election matchup against Democrat Michelle Nunn
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Mayflies overwhelm upper Midwest
The insects hatched by the many millions in Minnesota and Wisconsin, a testament to a healthy Mississippi river
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New arrest linked to gun used after Boston Marathon attacks
Friend of bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev is suspected of providing gun used to kill MIT police officer, sources say
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Many parents think their obese kids are "very healthy"
Study looks at how many parents don't recognize potentially serious health consequences of childhood obesity and fail to do anything about it
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Americans more skeptical of climate change than others in global survey
Despite strong scientific evidence, climate change remains far more controversial in U.S. than anywhere else in the world
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A smart way to make your retirement money last
What's the best use of $500,000 in savings? Here's a savvy strategy based on the latest thinking and research
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Musicians: Streaming will sweep us into poverty
More and more of them are going public with the paltry amounts they're getting from services like Pandora and Spotify
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Congress far apart on border crisis plan as summer recess looms
The two sides look no closer to a resolution even as Homeland Security warns it will run out of money for handling influx
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Wisc. 'Slenderman' victim receives military purple heart
12-year-old victim who was stabbed 19 times by her friends in the woods in Wisconsin to please 'Slenderman' got the medal from someone who remained anonymous
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Zamzow claims JO heptathlon, Burns begins World Junior heptathlon
Texas A&M incoming frosh Ashtin Zamzow captured the heptathlon title at the USATF Junior Olympics held at Turner Stadium with a career best score of 4,883 points on Tuesday. Aggie incoming frosh Shaina Burns competes in heptathlon at World Juniors.
Reiter Shines at Monmouth County Horse Show
Texas A&M rising sophomore Sophie Reiter (pronounced RITE-err) had a successful June with the Monmouth County Horse Show Association, winning championships in two consecutive shows at the East Freehold Showgrounds in Freehold, N.J.
Groom Completes U.S. Soccer Training Camp
Texas A&M rising senior Shea Groom was one of 24 players who participated in a U.S. Soccer Under-23 Women's National Team training camp in Seattle from July 15-22.
Incoming Aggie Boczova, Former A&M Standout Stancu Experience Success
Klaudia Boczova, who has committed to play her final two seasons of collegiate tennis at Texas A&M, and Cristina Stancu, who recently completed a stellar two-year career with the Aggies, have both experienced success at international tournaments.
Wright Headed to U-19 European Semifinals
Texas A&M rising sophomore Grace Wright played all 270 minutes for the Republic of Ireland as the squad topped Group B of the UEFA European Women's Under-19 Championship Final Tournament with a 3-0 record to earn a spot in the semifinals.
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