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Afghan cop kills 3 Americans at Kabul hospital
American nurse also wounded but reportedly stable after officer meant to protect hospital opens fire on long-serving U.S. pediatrician and his guests
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Tapping into controversial back surgeries
Government data reveals spinal fusion numbers per doctor, nationwide
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Scientists seek genetic clues to longevity from 115-year-old woman
Woman who died in 2005 is believed to be oldest person ever to donate her body to science
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Former Fortune 500 exec charged in deadly crash
Robert Dellinger told police he was trying to commit suicide when he drove his pickup across N.H. highway, killing a pregnant woman and her husband
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FDA: Ban sales of electronic cigarettes to minors
First batch of proposed federal regulations of booming industry could be followed by more; court challenge coming?
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Oregon incinerator may have been burning tissue from aborted fetuses
Local officials order public-private facility to stop accepting medical waste for now; its output generates electricity
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Obama: New Russia sanctions are "teed up"
But, in Japan on 4-nation Asia trip, president says there's still time for Putin to change course and try to defuse tensions in Ukraine
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Ohio women held captive want Joan Rivers to apologize
Two of the three women held prisoner for a decade in Cleveland house of horrors say comedian's joke went too far
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Minn. homeowner: 2 teens shot were "vermin," not human
Remarks, which jurors in his murder trial got to hear, came in audio recording made shortly after the shooting; teens had broken into his home
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Yankees' Pineda ejected after substance found on his neck
Incident comes less than two weeks after he pitched against Boston with what appeared to be pine tar on his hand
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Woman settles with TSA over breast milk incident
Passenger says TSA agents ignored their own guidelines when they detained her after she refused to let them X-ray bottles of breast milk she'd pumped for her baby
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Clemson coach accused of pushing religion on football team
Coach says he won't change anything after group complains he is promoting his Christian religion among players at publicly funded institution
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Coffee Prices hit two-year high
Wholesale coffee prices have shot up due to drought in Brazil, where a third of the world's coffee is grown; some smaller shops have already been forced to raise their prices
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Parents suffer through grim search for dead teen ferry passengers
Anguished families check boards and TV screens for details to help them identify bodies of loved ones missing since ferry sank last week
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Marijuana use may lead to cardiac arrest and other heart problems
A new study finds young adults who smoke cannabis increase their risk for heart attack and other cardiovascular problems
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Aggies Trek to Starkville for Series at Mississippi State
The Aggies head to Starkville for a pivotal three-game series against the No. 21 Mississippi State Bulldogs. The Maroon and White are looking to build on consecutive wins over Top 25 foes No. 24 Kentucky (W, 14-2) and No. 16 Rice (6-5).
Texas A&M Equestrian Inks Junior Transfer Gallagher
Rising junior Audrey Gallagher has signed her National Letter of Intent to join the Texas A&M equestrian team, coming to the Aggies as a transfer from the University of Georgia, Associate Head Coach Linzy Woolf announced.
Texas A&M?s Stancu, Gavrilovska Garner All-SEC Tennis Honors
Texas A&M senior Cristina Stancu was named to the All-SEC first team for women's tennis, and Aggie teammate Saska Gavrilovska was named to the second team as well as to the SEC All-Freshman team, the conference office announced today.
Aggies seek more Championship of America titles at Penn Relay Carnival
Texas A&M defends titles in four of the five Championship of America relays they captured last season along with half of the six individual Championship titles as they embark on the 120th Penn Relay Carnival at historic Franklin Field this weekend.
Aggies Hold Off Late Charge from No. 16 Rice
Texas A&M jumped out to a 6-0 lead and held off a ninth-inning rally to post a key road victory, 6-5, in Houston on Tuesday.
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