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​Arizona monitoring 1,000 people for measles linked to Disneyland
Outbreak traced to Disney theme parks grows to at least 95 cases in 8 states and Mexico
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Oh, no! More snow on way to New England, forecasters say
At least two and possibly three systems could hit region in coming days, even as it continues to dig out from this week's blizzard
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California officials call e-cigarettes a health threat
State health officials worry young people will become addicted if the devices remain unregulated
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Greece's finance minister in 2012: "Greece is in a coma"
Before Yanis Varoufakis became Greece's new finance minister, he told "60 Minutes" that European lenders' austerity measures were stifling Greece
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​New ISIS message features voice claiming to be Japanese hostage
The recording extends the deadline for Jordan to release would-be suicide bomber to prevent killing of Jordanian fighter pilot
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Cuban president wants Guantanamo Bay back
Raul Castro says the U.S. should return the base, lift a trade embargo and pay compensation for damages before relations are re-established
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Comcast apologizes for changing customer's billing name to profanity
After billing dispute, Spokane, Washington, couple shocked to see a new name on their residential bill
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New England swamped by snow
Coastal Massachusetts was hit especially hard by the 2015 blizzard
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Inquest: Hostage in Sydney standoff was killed by police bullet fragments
38-year-old woman was hit by fragments of a bullet fired by police officer as authorities stormed the Sydney cafe to end 16-hour standoff
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Electrical fire ignited Christmas tree in deadly Maryland blaze
Officials say blaze that killed 6 people began when an electrical fire ignited combustible materials that spread to 15-foot-tall tree
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Slumping McDonald's says CEO will exit
Chief executive Don Thompson will leave the struggling restaurant chain after less than three years at the helm
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Expert: Craigslist's "ethos of anonymity" leads to crime
Murder of Georgia couple is latest case in which people responding to Craigslist ads have been murdered, says classified ad consultant
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Watch: 320-foot furnace at historic Baltimore steel plant imploded
The Bethlehem Steel plant in Sparrows Point is being demolished for environmental cleanup and to make way for new development
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Allegations surface of on-duty sex in Phila. fire department
Accusations it's been "hotter" than usual at several firehouses in the City of Brotherly Love
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50,000 Super Bowl simulations, one clear winner
A sophisticated prediction software ran tens of thousands of scenarios and picked one team to win 60 percent of the time
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Audio: Alex Caruso, Alex Robinson on Studio 12
Point guards Alex Caruso and Alex Robinson talked hoops on the Wednesday edition of Studio 12 Live.
Softball Hosts Open Practice and Fan Fest on February 4
The Aggie softball team will open practice on Feb. 4 to fans, with a free fan event to follow.
Red-Hot Men Win Fifth in a Row, Down Auburn 71-61
Danuel House scored 23 points and hit six 3-pointers to lead streaking Texas A&M to a 71-61 victory over Auburn on Tuesday night.
A&M sprinter Bralon Taplin earns SEC Runner of the Week honor
Texas A&M senior sprinter Bralon Taplin earned SEC Runner of the Week honors following his world-leading performance in the 400 meters at the Texas A&M Quadrangular this past weekend.
Texas A&M trio earns SEC weekly honors
Earning recognition from the SEC were senior team captain Luke Shaw (Men's Swimmer of the Week), freshman Mauro Castillo (Men's Freshman of the Week) and freshman Béryl Gastaldello (Women's Freshman of the Week).
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