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Ferguson mayor: Delayed National Guard deployment "deeply concerning"
Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon orders additional National Guard members to Ferguson after several businesses were burned down or damaged
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Brown family reps lash out at Ferguson prosecutor
Michael Brown's mother "upset that the killer of her unarmed child would not be brought to justice," family attorney says
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FDA enforces nationwide calorie labeling
Amid growing obesity epidemic in the U.S., food establishments everywhere will start to display nutritional information on menus
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Chernobyl: The catastrophe that never ended
Nearly 30 years later, Bob Simon travels to Ukraine and discovers the reactor still has the power to kill
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Man found dead in car in Ferguson, Mo.
Authorities reportedly say the death is being classified as suspicious
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Darren Wilson said to have "clear conscience" after Ferguson decision
Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson gives first interview since a grand jury decided not to charge him in shooting death of Michael Brown
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From coast to coast, Ferguson touches a nerve
NYC police chief hit with fake blood and bridges blocked, as Oakland interstate shut down; more protests planned over Michael Brown
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Protests over Ferguson outcome
Protesters gathered in Missouri and around the country as a St. Louis county grand jury announced there would be no charges against Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson
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Virginia AG appoints independent counsel for UVA over rape allegations
Lawyers from O'Melveny & Myers will investigate allegations of sexual assault
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Millions of travelers could face snow, ice, wind this Thanksgiving
More people will be traveling on the roads and in the air than last year, and in the Northeast, the weather is the variable everyone is watching. Jeff Pegues is at Washington's Reagan National Airport, where travelers are getting a jump on tomorrow's storm.
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Elian Gonzalez: 15 years after his rescue, a quiet life
The story of the 5-year-old plucked out of the ocean off the Florida coast that set off an international custody battle still reverberates
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Family man and auto shop owner, or cartel "coordinator"?
Judge weighs conflicting portraits of drug trafficker Alfredo Vasquez-Hernandez before issuing sentence
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ISIS offers reward for foreign spies
Terror group may have good reason to be increasingly concerned about prospect of foreign intelligence infiltration
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​Strange but true: Seals found sexually assaulting penguins
Researchers were shocked to discover multiple instances of seal-on-penguin rape
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New anti-malaria compound causes mosquito parasites to swell up and explode
The compound kills disease-causing parasites by popping them like water balloons
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No. 7 Women Host McNeese State Wednesday
No. 7 Texas A&M looks for their sixth straight win when they host McNeese State in a women's basketball game at Reed Arena on Wednesday, November 26. The Aggies are coming off a 59-41 win over Prairie View on Monday before welcoming the Cowgirls, who have qualified for four straight postseason tournaments.
Reynolds named Tyler Rose semifinalist
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Texas A&M junior guard Courtney Walker has been named to a pair of major award watch lists, earning a spot on the Wade Trophy "Wade Watch" and the Wooden Award Preseason Top 30.
Groom Earns Academic All-America Status
Texas A&M senior midfielder Shea Groom was named to the 2014 Capital One Academic All-America ® First Team as selected by the College Sports Information Directors of America, the organization announced on Tuesday.
Women's Basketball Promotions: Nov. 26 vs. McNeese State
The No. 7 Texas A&M's women's basketball team, off to their fifth 5-0 start in the past seven years, takes on McNeese State Wednesday, November 26 at 7 p.m. inside Reed Arena. The game is a Social Media Night, along with other great promotions.
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