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Obama says it again: No ground troops in Iraq
The president repeated his opposition to U.S. boots on the ground in Iraq, a day after his top military adviser said he could recommend troops there
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FBI director: ISIS may try to take more American hostages
FBI director James Comey also defended the U.S. policy of not paying ransom to kidnappers
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10-year-old CEO builds bite-sized empire
Cory Nieves is head of Mr. Cory's Cookies, which now sells up to 1,000 pieces of merchandise in one weekend
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"60 Minutes" Moment of the Week: A beloved son turns on his father
Moment of the week: “I had no reason to think there’d be violence,” Sen. Creigh Deeds says, recalling the day his bipolar son Gus turned on him. Watch Scott Pelley’s full report, "Nowhere to Go."
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Missouri teen in coma after being hit by police stun gun
FBI investigating whether police near Kansas City, Mo., used excessive force during traffic stop that left the 17-year-old in critical condition
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Vikings owner: "We made a mistake" bringing back Adrian Peterson
Team says decision to bar star player facing child-abuse charge was "absolutely not" related to sponsor concerns
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Video shows alleged abuse of cows at New Mexico dairy
An animal welfare group claims workers whip animals with chains and wire cables, kick and punch the animals, and shock them with electric prods.
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China's International Butler Academy
China's wealthy elite have created a market for modern-day right-hand men (and women)
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Fed vows to keep interest rates low for "considerable" time
Central bank says economy is enjoying moderate growth, but still sees significant slack
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Jameis Winston benched for one half of FSU-Clemson game over lewd remark
Florida State quarterback disciplined after making "offensive and vulgar" comments about women
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Benghazi committee avoids partisan sniping in first hearing
In its first public hearing, Benghazi committee avoids the blame game and focuses on reforms to improve diplomatic security
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Bad credit? Tips on how you can finance a new car
Unlikely as it seems, you may be able to get a new car loan even if you have bad credit - find out how
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China's military cyberattacked defense contractors several times, report claims
Year-long Senate investigation concludes defense contractors generally fail to report break-ins of their systems
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Forensic science solves mystery of Richard III's death
Five centuries after Shakespeare immortalized the hunchback king, scientists have reconstructed his final moments
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Enterovirus respiratory illness hits 12 states, still spreading
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A Plethora of Promotions Announced for A&M-FSU Volleyball Series
Numerous volleyball promotions and activities will take place surrounding No. 21 Texas A&M's highly anticipated two-match series against undefeated and sixth-ranked Florida State on Friday and Saturday at Reed Arena.
Edwards Named to CS360 Primetime Performers Honor Roll
Texas A&M defender Leigh Edwards was named to the College Soccer 360 Primetime Performers Honor Roll #4 on Tuesday.
A&M Ranked Eighth in Preseason NCEA Poll
The 11-time national champion equestrian team was tabbed Tuesday as No. 8 in the country in the 2014-15 National Collegiate Equestrian Association (NCEA) poll preseason rankings, as determined by the NCEA Selection Committee.
Aggies Open SEC Play against Tennessee on Thursday
The Aggies make their SEC Network debut and commence the league campaign on Thursday as A&M hosts the Tennessee Volunteers on Thursday evening at Ellis Field.
Aggies host Invitational meet on new cross country facility Saturday
Texas A&M Invitational includes a 12-team field as the Aggies host a second cross country event on their new home course. Eleven of the teams in the meet are from the South Central region, where A&M women are ranked No. 3 and the men No. 4.
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