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Thanks to narrative driven by Kremlin-backed media, most Russians believe in some unusual theories on downed Malaysian jet
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Court blows a hole through Obamacare subsidy system
District court ruling, if upheld, could make Obamacare too costly for many customers
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Amid new Israeli strikes, Kerry begins push for truce
Mosques, stadium among more than 70 Israeli targets in Gaza Strip, officials there say; John Kerry, U.N. chief meet; Israeli soldier missing
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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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Police declare Florida law professor "intended victim" in shooting
Well-known professor Dan Markel was shot in his Tallahassee home, a tragedy police say was not robbery or burglary and remains unsolved
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Anguished dad's open letter to Putin: "Thank you for murdering my child"
"I hope you're proud of yourself," says Dutch father, who blames Russian president, rebel leaders for death of his 17-year-old daughter
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Judge to be publicly reprimanded over teen rape comments
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Prince George turns 1: Look back at the future king's memorable first year
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Prince George's birthday album
The best photos from Prince George of Cambridge's first year, in celebration of the future king of England's birthday
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CEOs as government saviors: Boom or bust?
Are expectations unrealistically high that Obama's VA secretary nominee - former CEO Bob McDonald - can fix a broken bureaucracy?
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Missing New Hampshire teen home after 9 months
Abigail Hernandez, 15, who disappeared while on her way home from school in October, was reunited with her family on Sunday, officials say
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Texans frustrated land has become highway for illegal immigrants
Seventy-six percent of migrants in recent surge have entered through Rio Grande Valley region
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Will retiring boomers spark a stock bust?
It may seem reasonable to conclude they'll sell scads of equities to fund their golden years, but that's most likely wrong
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Detroit retirees, workers overwhelmingly OK pension cuts
Vote is key step in Motor City's efforts to emerge from biggest municipal bankruptcy ever in U.S.
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Probiotics may lower blood pressure
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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.
Shamier Little headlines Aggie trio in World Junior Championships
Texas A&M's Shamier Little, the World Junior leader in the 400 hurdles, headlines a group of three Aggies who will compete in the World Junior Championships in Eugene this week. Competition begins Tuesday, July 22, and runs through Sunday, July 27.
Aggie Duo Helps USA to Haarlem-Honkbal Week Title
Texas A&M standouts Nick Banks and AJ Minter helped lead the USA Baseball Collegiate National Team to a title at the 27th Haarlem-Honkbal Week in the Netherlands.
Texas A&M swimmers succeed at national events
Returning Aggie senior Liliana Ibañez performed spectacularly while at the Mexican national meet in Veracruz, Mexico, by taking four gold medals and setting a new Mexican National Record in the 50-meter butterfly.
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