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As March begins, winter keeps grip on much of U.S.
Snow, ice and cold continue from Colorado to New England; Boston poised to break 20-year-old winter snowfall record
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FEMA: Evidence of fraud in Hurricane Sandy reports
FEMA official says he has seen evidence of fraud in engineering reports used to deny thousands of Hurricane Sandy claims
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​A visit with Yellowstone's winter caretaker
At an elevation of more than 7,000 feet, two hours by snowmobile from the nearest town, Steve Fuller spends the season in solitude amid the national park's timeless beauty
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Tamir Rice caused his own death, Cleveland argues
In response to lawsuit filed by family, city says 12-year-old bears responsibility for fatal encounter with police
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Scott Walker on immigration: "My view has changed"
In testing the national waters of a 2016 run, the potential GOP candidate tells why he changed his mind on hot-button issue
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Kerry attempts to ease U.S., Israel tensions before Netanyahu speech
The U.S. Secretary of State said the administration did not want the event "turned into some great political football."
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Did the Dakota Johnson SNL ISIS sketch go too far?
Comedy show pokes fun at joining Islamic extremist group with a dad-daughter sketch with "Fifty Shades of Grey" star that some say is in bad taste
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Winter in Yellowstone
Steve Fuller, a caretaker at Yellowstone National Park, captures beauty during the isolated winter months
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U.S. officials mock Venezuela's "terrorist" designation
Embattled President Nicolas Maduro listed several specific U.S. politicians in travel ban, to which they gave tongue-in-cheek responses
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ISIS releases several captured Christians: activists
At least 19 of an estimated 220 captured Christian Assyrians - most of them elderly - freed by extremist group for reasons still unclear
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Suspected girl suicide bomber beaten to death in Nigeria
Girl with two bottles strapped to body murdered by crowd, body burned in area plagued by militants; 2nd suspected teenage female suicide bomber arrested at scene
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Boris Nemtsov killing spurs thousands to march in Moscow
Russia's beleaguered opposition shaken by murder of leader, who was among the few unbowed and prominent anti-Putin figures
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Accused U.S. sex offender "minister" arrested in Brazil
Victor Barnard found on tropical beach after being on U.S. most-wanted list for 59 counts of sexual misconduct with girls at his religious fellowship in rural Minnesota
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​Minnie Minoso, MLB's first black Latino star, dies
"I have baseball in my blood," said the "Cuban Comet," who broke into majors two years after Jackie Robinson; All-Star played in Cleveland, Chicago, Washington
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NASCAR race car stolen from hotel parking lot found
Thieves apparently dumped the No. 44 $250,000 race car on a rural stretch of Georgia road where no one could see them unloading it
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Win Streak Hits 12 as A&M Sweeps Dartmouth
The Texas A&M Aggies completed a three-game series sweep of Dartmouth Sunday and ran their win streak to 12 games with a 10-4 win over the Big Green on Olsen Field at Blue Bell Park.
Women's Basketball Falls To LSU, 80-63
The No. 12 Texas A&M women's basketball team fell 80-63 at LSU on Sunday inside the Pete Maravich Assembly Center.
Softball Postpones UTSA Game Indefinitely
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Men's Basketball Grabs 20th Win of Season
Jalen Jones scored 19 points as Texas A&M ran away from Auburn 80-55 on Saturday night.
#22 Softball Extends Win Streak to Ten with Saturday Wins
Aggies won two games on the second day of the Texas A&M Invitational.
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