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Evidence Russia opened fire on Ukraine
Putin appears to be doubling down on Ukraine, stepping up Russia's role in the fight between Ukraine's government and the rebels
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Israel, Hamas begin 12-hour ceasefire
Israel and Hamas have agreed to a 12-hour ceasefire beginning Saturday morning; the lull in fighting is a glimmer of hope in bloody conflict
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Solar "superstorm" just missed Earth in 2012
NASA determined that the 2012 solar storm was at least twice as powerful as any yet recorded, but this time we got lucky
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An opera for Broadway-lovers
Director Michael Mayer adds Broadway flair to the Metropolitan Opera's production of "Rigoletto"
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LA coroner: Burglar killed by homeowner not pregnant
Questions remain whether homeowner who shot fleeing burglar after he was beaten should face charges
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Cellphone "unlocking" to become legal
Congress passes bill that President Obama says he'll sign to allow users to unlock cellphones to use with different carriers
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A family's devastation, a father's anguish
Palestinian man shares his heart-breaking loss from deadly attack on a U.N. school in Gaza
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McCain: Ariz. execution a "bollocks-upped situation"
2-hour execution was torture, says Arizona senator and death penalty proponent
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U.S. fighter jets escort flight back to Toronto after bomb threat
Two F16 fighter jets escort Sunwing Airlines flight back to Toronto after passenger threatened to "blow up Canada"
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Official: Pa. hospital gunman intended to kill many
DA says if suburban Philadelphia psychiatrist didn't have a gun -- in violation of hospital policy -- he and others would have been killed, as was one caseworker
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Watch: Thieves ransack store within seconds
It took a band of thieves just thirty seconds to ransack rows of cases containing expensive smart phones and tablets at a store in Miami Gardens, Fla. Surveillance video shows what appears to be four young men quickly swiping device after device. WFOR-TV's Lauren Pastrana reports.
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Researcher disputes account of sixth-grader's "scientific breakthrough"
A Florida girl's science fair project was hailed as a "breakthrough," but another researcher's claims may put an end to that
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Carjacked vehicle hits crowd, killing 3 kids
Two men allegedly carjacked a woman at gunpoint and drove her car into a group of people on a Philadelphia street corner; suspects being sought
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Obama urges Congress to deal with border crisis before summer break
After meeting with Central American presidents, Obama says, "We need action and less talk" from Congress
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Little, Kiriazis both advance to finals at World Junior Championships
Texas A&M's Shamier Little advanced to the final of the 400 hurdles at the World Junior Championships as she claimed her semifinal heat in 57.18 while Aggie incoming freshman Ioánnis Kiriazis of Greece qualified for the final of the men's javelin.
Seven Aggies represent five countries during 20th Commonwealth Games
Track and field action begins this weekend at the 20th Commonwealth Games inside Hampden Park with seven Aggies representing five countries as events will be held from Sunday, July 27 to Saturday, August 2.
Aggies at the Commonwealth Games - Day 2
Several Texas A&M current and former athletes have headed to Scotland to compete for their home countries in the XX Commonwealth Games.
Pluhar to Represent Texas A&M at AQHA Collegiate Challenge
Texas A&M equestrian rising junior Logan Pluhar was chosen by the National Collegiate Equestrian Association (NCEA) to compete in the 2014 AQHA Horsemanship Challenge at the AQHA World Championship Show, Nov. 19-20 in Oklahoma City.
Shamier Little advances to 400 hurdle semifinal at World Juniors
Texas A&M's Shamier Little won her opening round heat of the 400 hurdles in 57.94 seconds during the IAAF World Junior Championships on Wednesday at Hayward Field to advance to Friday's semifinal.
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