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After shooting, community searches for answers
Popular freshman's shooting spree leaves fellow students stunned; two of the wounded are gunman's cousins
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Take a hike inside the San Andreas Fault zone
The grinding and shifting of tectonic plates in the California desert has created to some incredible scenery, which thousands of people enjoy each year
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Time Lapse: Cityscape Chicago II
Remarkable time-lapse video captures the beauty of Chicago from a variety of unique perspectives. Video courtesy of Eric Hines. Follow him on Vimeo and Twitter. And, like him on Facebook.
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Nurses who treated Ebola patient Thomas Eric Duncan tell their story
In their first interview, four Dallas nurses who treated Thomas Eric Duncan describe how they went to great lengths to try to keep him alive
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Woman quarantined in NJ over Ebola fears gets preliminary test result
Health care worker had recently treated Ebola patients in West Africa and was quarantined as state officials tighten safety measures
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Ebola: Is "self-monitoring" good enough?
Doctor who developed Ebola was free to move around New York City in the days before he got sick
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Obama: Response to Ebola must be guided by "facts, not fear"
The president emphasizes the successful treatment of Americans afflicted with the virus: "Seven Americans treated; all seven survived"
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School shooting in Wash. state
A student walked into the cafeteria at Marysville-Pilchuck High School Friday morning, and opened fire
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Tragic coincidence in California police shooting
One of two deputies killed in shooting spree died 26 days after his father also gave his life in the line of duty
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6 of the most haunted homes in the U.S.
There are plenty of houses in the U.S. where demons, lost souls and axe murderers have been seen living beyond the grave
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Why being second in charge may be best
Consiglieri: Leading From The Shadows" examines why all leaders need a smart, competent second in command. Author Richard Hytner joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to discuss why being number two may be more important than being on top. Take the “consiglieri” quiz here.
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Human remains ID'd as missing U.Va. student Hannah Graham
Human remains discovered on an abandoned property in rural Albemarle County have been identified as missing University of Virginia student Hannah Graham, who vanished Sept. 13
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NYC police commissioner: Hatchet attack was terrorist act
Suspect browsed for organized terror groups, as well as beheadings and the shooting in Canada earlier this week, police say
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Ottawa gunman complained mosque too liberal and inclusive
Clearer profile of gunman who went on rampage in Canadian capital: drug problems, isolated, ideologically obdurate
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Royals edge Giants 3-2, take 2-1 World Series lead
Sparkling defense, a stingy bullpen and just enough timely hitting were Kansas City's winning combination for Game 3
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Newcomers Shine during Maroon & White Scrimmage
Aggie hoops fans got their first glimpse at the 2014-15 Texas A&M men's basketball team Friday night as the Aggies hosted the Maroon & White Scrimmage at Reed Arena. During the spirited split-squad affair, the Maroon squad edged the White team 49-41.
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A&M Brings Home Bacon with 2-1 Win at Arkansas
The Texas A&M Aggies put the Razorbacks through the meat grinder to earn a hard-fought 2-1 win against Arkansas on Friday, maintaining their three-point advantage in the SEC standings.
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Aggies Pull Away in Fifth to Beat Georgia
Texas A&M earned a 3-2 win over Georgia on Friday evening at Reed Arena.
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Aggies Thrive on Day One of 2014 Conference Challenge
Texas A&M men's tennis collected 13 wins on day one of the 2014 Conference Challenge at the Mitchell Tennis Center Friday. The Aggies amassed wins over athletes from Texas Tech, Illinois and LSU.
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Equestrian Hosts SDSU in "Give Cancer the Boot" Meet
he Texas A&M women's equestrian team (1-1), currently ranked No. 9 in the country, will return home to the Thomas G. Hildebrand DVM '56 Equine Complex to host the South Dakota State Jackrabbits (2-2) in a meet beginning at 11 a.m. on Saturday, Oct. 25.
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