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Amid ISIS violence, Saudi king warns of threat to U.S.
King's statement appears aimed at drawing Washington, NATO forces into wider fight against terror group
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Ukraine: Fighter jet shot down by missile
Ukrainian forces' claim comes amid threat of new sanctions against Russia, artillery attack on Donetsk
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Rams cut Michael Sam, first openly gay player drafted
SEC co-defensive player of the year was a seventh-round draft pick
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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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Girl dies in sand cave collapse on Oregon coast
9-year-old was visiting beach with her family when she became trapped beneath the sand
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California man found guilty of murder after his dogs kill woman
Prosecutors say dogs had been involved in several earlier altercations and owner knew they were dangerous before they mauled 63-year-old woman
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Hamptons residents shocked by KKK recruitment fliers
New Yorkers puzzled, angry after finding pamphlets for Ku Klux Klan at their homes
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Does the White House have a strategy to defeat ISIS?
Intense discussions continue in the White House over how to deal with the Islamic terror group ISIS. Obama triggered administrative damage control efforts after he seemed to suggest that he has no plan yet. Julianna Goldman reports.
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Joan Rivers' condition "remains serious," daughter Melissa says
Melissa Rivers gives an update after her 81-year-old comedian mother was hospitalized in New York City
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WWII soldier missing since 1945 finally comes home
Friends, family of Tennessee soldier who went missing in France were able to say goodbye after nearly 70 years
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Rand Paul: Benghazi "precludes" Hillary Clinton's 2016 bid
2016 presidential prospect takes on former secretary of state's handling of deadly 2012 terrorist attack in Libya
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Venice Film Festival
The 71st festival brings 11 days of high art and Hollywood glam to the canal-crossed Italian city
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In the spirit of Labor Day, Obama promotes boosting minimum wage
President channels Labor Day weekend in his weekly address to echo one of his most familiar refrains: "America deserves a raise"
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Miss. jury finds woman guilty of murder in silicone injection case
Prosecutors say Georgia woman seeking butt enhancement died after receiving illegal injections from Tracy Lynn Garner
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Aggies Start School Year with Paint-a-Thon
In what has become an annual harbinger of the upcoming school year, Texas A&M Baseball gathered for the ninth annual Paint-a-Thon on Saturday morning. This year the project brought the Aggies to the home of Ms. Janet Gooden in College Station.
Aggies Unhorse the No. 18 Knights, 3-0
Kelley Monogue scored a pair of goals and added an assist in No. 7 Texas A&M's 3-0 victory over No. 18 UCF on Friday night at a packed Ellis Field. The Aggies improved to 3-0 with the win.
Aggies sweep team titles in cross country relay race
Texas A&M claimed a pair of team victories at the Aggie Cross Country complex Friday evening during a relay-style event with Lamar and Stephen F. Austin.
Aggies Improve To 2-0 with Sweep of Tulane
Texas A&M moved to 2-0 on the season with a 3-0 sweep over Tulane in the 2014 Texas A&M Invitational. Scores of the match were 25-11, 25-17, and 25-14. Angela Lowak posted a match-high 11 kills to lead the way for the Aggies offensively.
Aggies Sweep Iowa in Texas A&M Invitational
The Texas A&M volleyball team opened the 2014 season with a 3-0 sweep over Iowa in the opening game of the Texas A&M Invitational. Stay tuned for a complete recap and stats.
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