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Second American killed fighting for ISIS
Family and friends confirm a second man from Minneapolis area has died in fighting after joining extremists
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GM (quietly) offers a loaner for recalled cars
As ignition-switch fixes drag on, many owners of affected cars don't realize the company will supply a temporary replacement
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Was proper safety protocol followed in gun range death?
Video of Charles Vacca showing 9-year-old girl how to fire automatic weapon shows what seemed like routine lesson until everything went wrong
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Cellmate describes captivity, torture of Peter Theo Curtis
Matt Schrier, former cellmate of released hostage Peter Theo Curtis, describes the gruesome details of their captivity together in Syria
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FBI investigating reports of attacks on U.S. banks
The reports say JPMorgan Chase and at least 4 other institutions were hit by coordinated attacks that siphoned off huge amounts of data
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Deal reached to end turmoil at Market Basket
Ex-CEO buying, returning to New England supermarket chain; long-running family feud had prompted customer boycott and worker rallies supporting him
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Surfers delight in Marie's big waves
Hurricane Marie brings big surf to Southern California
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Liberals look to Koch brothers for this year's "47 percent" moment
Ahead of the midterm elections, Democratic allies are making an aggressive effort to link Republicans to the conservative billionaires
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Sister of alleged Boston Marathon bombers accused of making bomb threat
Ailiana Tsarnaeva allegedly told victim, "I know people who can put a bomb on you"
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USC's Josh Shaw lied about rescue story
Cornerback had said he injured his ankles when jumping from a second-story balcony to save his 7-year-old nephew from drowning; now admits it was a fabrication
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Mmm, mmm! The best pizzas in America are ranked
National food and drink website ranks the top 101; is your local pizzeria on the list?
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Huge Southern California waves thrill many, but cause damage
Surfers, spectators delighted, but at least one death reported; one structure crumbles into water, piers battered, some closed
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Are Ivy League schools turning out sheep?
Former Yale professor says these students are so focused on being perfect, they're terrified of taking a risk
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Minneapolis has become recruiting ground for Islamic extremists
Slain ISIS fighter Douglas McCain was one of many who have joined Islamic fighters, and now extremists are trying to lure young women
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Team of top doctors trying to save orangutan at Houston Zoo
Doctors and veterinarians joined forces to help a 42-year-old primate named Cheyenne recover from serious illness
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Slew of Specials for Soccer Weekend
The Texas A&M Aggies have a slew of promotions slated for the second weekend as the Maroon and White host the No. 18 UCF Knights on Friday and Illinois State on Sunday.
Third Annual Gary Blair Coaching Academy Takes Place Oct. 4-5
The third annual Gary Blair Coaching Academy has been set for October 4-5 at Reed Arena.
Aggie Family Mourns the Loss of Homer Jacobs '87
The Aggie family mourns the loss of Homer Jacobs '87 who left this world much too soon on August 26, 2014.
Texas A&M-KSU Contest Tabbed for ESPNU Broadcast
The Texas A&M men's basketball program announced Tuesday that the Aggies' contest against Kansas State inside Kansas City's Sprint Center on Dec. 20 will be broadcast nationally on ESPNU at 6 p.m.
Aggie Volleyball Team Holds Maroon-White Scrimmage
The Texas A&M volleyball team held its annual Maroon-White scrimmage today at Reed Arena. The team, which has been practicing since August 9, was playing in front of a crowd for the first time.
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