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New details emerge on Canada shooting suspect
Many questions remain unanswered in wake of deadly attack in Ottawa, but new information suggests suspect may have reached out to terror groups
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CIA insider on deadly shooting in Ottawa
Wednesday's shooting in Ottawa and another attack on Canadian soldiers earlier in the week raise questions on the threat terrorism poses to Canada. Mike Morell, CBS News senior security contributor and former CIA deputy director, joins the "CBS This Morning" co-hosts to weigh in.
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"All aboard!" for writers seeking inspiration
Amtrak recently launched a residency program that gives two dozen authors a chance to use America's landscape as their creative backdrop
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Ben Bradlee: The "60 Minutes" interview
The late Washington Post editor, who led the newspaper's Watergate coverage, told Mike Wallace that President Nixon put him "on the map"
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Can a community program help stop homegrown radicals?
Obama administration looking outside of government for inspiration to fight violent extremism at home
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Ottawa shooting suspect's mom: I cry for the victims, not my son
"Can you ever explain something like this?" says mother of man identified as gunman who fatally shot soldier, wounded 2 others
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More people in U.S. being watched for Ebola symptoms
As many as 10, in Seattle area and Connecticut, being monitored for 3 weeks
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Ottawa shootings
After a Canadian soldier was shot and wounded, gunfire was exchanged in and around the Canadian Parliament building in Ottawa
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Why the Takata airbag recall is different
Likely to become the biggest ever and take years to fix, its ripple effects could scare off consumers and even stall innovation
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Turkey says help coming for Kurds battling ISIS
President Erdogan confirms agreement to let limited number of reinforcements join fight for Syrian border town
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California prisons agree to end race-based lockup policy
Agreement to end controversial practice is spelled out in settlement involving a lawsuit first filed in 2008
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Ice cream man attacked after his truck hits, kills 7-year-old
Los Angeles police say the child was riding a motorized bike alongside the truck when the collision occurred
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The worst excuses for skipping work
Employers report that workers are getting creative -- and sometimes pretty ridiculous -- when calling out for the day
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Worrisome chemical may lurk in cash register receipts
Study shows body's absorption of the chemical rises dramatically from touching the receipts
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Common virus linked with Alzheimer's disease
Not just a minor annoyance, the virus could play a role in something much more serious
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A&M Embarks on Weekend with SEC Title within their Grasp
The Aggies play a pair of games this weekend with a chance to secure a share of the SEC regular-season title. The Aggies travel to play Arkansas on Friday and host South Carolina on Sunday and can guarantee a piece of the title with a pair of wins.
Special Promotions Announced for A&M Volleyball Weekend
Numerous promotions and activities benefitting worthy causes will take place this weekend at Reed Arena as No. 24 Texas A&M plays host to Georgia, Friday at 6 p.m., and then returns to the court on Sunday at 11 a.m. to host 16th-ranked Kentucky.
Texas A&M at SEC Tipoff '15
Texas A&M launched the unofficial kickoff to the basketball season Tuesday when the Aggies participated in the SEC's Tipoff '15 event in Charlotte.
Maroon and White Championship Series Starts on Monday
Texas A&M's fall practice session and the chase for the Omaha Cup will wrap up with next week's Maroon and White Championship Series beginning on Monday.
Texas A&M Student-Athletes Host Annual Aggies CAN Food Drive
Texas A&M is the home of the largest student-athlete run canned food drive in the nation with over 200 student-athletes participating last year and the 2014 Aggies CAN food drive is set to begin later this week.
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