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Obama signs bill to arm and train Syrian rebels
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Peanut plant owner convicted in deadly salmonella outbreak
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Asian superstar Li Na serves out tennis career
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Shonda Rhimes takes down TV critic who called her an "angry black woman"
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Texas A&M Football Players Receive Aggie Rings
The Aggie Ring is the most visible symbol of the Aggie Network that connects Aggies around the world and seven Aggie football players received their rings before departing for Dallas and the SMU football game.
A&M Thanksgiving Tilt Against LSU Sold Out
Texas A&M's Thanksgiving night game against LSU at Kyle Field, capacity 106,000, is officially a sellout according to athletics officials.
Groom Dons Hat for Tennessee Waltz, A&M Wins 3-0
Texas A&M senior Shea Groom notched the second hat trick of her career to lead the No. 11 Texas A&M Aggies to a 3-0 win over the Tennessee Volunteers in the SEC opener for both squads at Ellis Field on Thursday.
No. 21 Texas A&M Hosts No. 6 Florida State in Two-Match Series
The Texas A&M volleyball team (7-1) returns home to Reed Arena Friday and Saturday for a highly anticipated two-match series against sixth-ranked and undefeated Florida State (9-0).
Aggie Basketball Announces Additional Television Coverage
The Southeastern Conference and Texas A&M men's basketball program announced Thursday additional television games for the Aggies' upcoming 2014-15 campaign, including three non-conference match-ups to be nationally televised on the SEC Network.
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