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New day for Cuban-American relations
Scott Pelley reports from Havana as the U.S. reopens diplomatic relations with its longtime Cold War enemy
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Will NYPD officers' murders derail the protest movement?
Some blame the protest movement from the Michael Brown and Eric Garner cases for Ismaaiyl Brinsley's execution of two cops
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​The World War I Christmas truce
The story of a Yuletide football match between British and German troops on the frontlines of battle is so good, it's still being told, embellished and re-lived 100 years later
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Only 5 percent of Cubans are on the Internet
Cubans don’t only lack Internet access. A saxophone player at one of the country’s top music schools uses dried-out reeds from the 1970s. Watch Scott Pelley's full report, "Cuba."
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NYPD cop killer shot ex-girlfriend in Baltimore first
Baltimore officials warned NYPD of Ismaaiyl Brinsley after discovering his online threats, but their warning arrived too late
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Cop shot and killed near Tampa Bay, Florida
Officials say officer killed was a 17-year veteran, a father of 5, and an ex-NYPD cop; suspect apprehended trying to escape
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FSU clears Jameis Winston in student conduct hearing
Evidence of Heisman Trophy winner's alleged sexual assault was "insufficient to satisfy the burden of proof"; accuser has five days to appeal
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Driver plows into crowd in southern France raising extremist fears
The out-of-control motorist injured 11 people at a time when tensions are heightened over Islamist threats
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NY police officers killed
Armed man shoots and kills 2 NYPD officers in Brooklyn before turning the gun on himself in attack mayor calls "an assassination"
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Gunman killed in shootout with police in California
A man who holed up in a house and fired at officers was killed in the gunbattle
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Nicaragua canal to break ground, hoping to rival Panama
Anger is growing as Chinese-led $50 billion project readies to displace thousands, wipe out villages, and shake up international trade
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Controversial competing holiday displays erected in Michigan
A group at odds with traditional Christmas displays have placed a "Snaketivity Scene" on the state capitol's grounds
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Man staging protest scales facade of St. Peter's Basilica
The Italian entrepreneur had climbed the building on four previous occasions
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Lightning strike after Bucs game in Tampa injures 6
The victims were leaving Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Fla., after watching the Buccaneers lose to the Packers
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What makes a 220-mile commute worth it?
Ask Thurmond Alford about the sacrifice he made to stay near his loved ones. Alford travels seven hours each day for his dream job in Washington, D.C. Steve Hartman reports.
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No. 4 Women Fall in Final Seconds to No. 3 Texas, 67-65
A layup with under four seconds to play lifted third-ranked Texas to a 67-65 win over No. 4 Texas A&M Sunday afternoon in the SEC/Big 12 Challenge in North Little Rock's Verizon Arena.
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Kyle Field's West Side Comes Down
As the latest and most dramatic step of the Kyle Field Redevelopment, the stadium's iconic west side was successfully imploded Sunday morning.
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Men's Basketball Battles But Falls to K-State, 71-64
Kansas State used a strong inside game in the first half to defeat Texas A&M 71-64 in the Wildcat Classic at the Sprint Center on Saturday night.
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Football Meets Media at Liberty Bowl Press Conference
Head coach Kevin Sumlin along with select coaches and players met the press Thursday at the Aggies' Liberty Bowl preview press conference inside Kyle Field.
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Basketball Teams Announce Pass It Back For The Holidays
Texas A&M Athletics has teamed up with the Student Senate to provide tickets for underprivileged children and non-profit organizations for several men's and women's basketball games from Dec. 30 to Jan. 19.
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