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3 NATO troops killed in blast in Afghan capital
Coalition says several others injured; Taliban claims responsibility; separate "insider" attack kills another NATO troop
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U.S. launches airstrikes in expanded anti-ISIS fight
U.S. military conducted the aerial assaults near Baghdad where, it says, Iraqi security forces were being attacked by enemy fighters
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"Forced switch" maneuver spurs lawsuit against drugmaker
New York state has filed a lawsuit saying the scheduled removal of an Alzheimer's drug from the market violates antitrust laws
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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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Pa. trooper shooter may have had military or police training
Gov. Corbett vows to bring person who ambushed state police barracks to justice; officials share few details of the attack
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White House supports police use of body cameras
A White House adviser said the equipment can help bridge mistrust between law enforcement and the public, but other factors must be considered
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Boston Marathon bombing suspect's lawyers deny posing as FBI
Attorneys for Dzhokhar Tsarnaev say allegations that defense team members posed as FBI employees while in Russia investigating the case are "preposterous"
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Art history, starring cats and dogs
A millennia-spanning exhibition at the Blanton Museum of Art in Austin is devoted to our fascinating four-legged companions
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Adrian Peterson: "I am not a child abuser"
Vikings star says he is "sorry about the hurt I have brought to my child"
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NASA asteroid tracking program takes a hit
Agency has fallen far behind in efforts to track potentially dangerous space rocks; inspector general says changes are needed
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Hurricane Odile levels property, forces 30,000 to evacuate
The storm made landfall Sunday night and began to flatten homes, hotels and stores, but no deaths were reported
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Obamacare tax credits at risk for some
At least 279,000 households have reported incomes that don't match what the government has on record
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Northern California wildfire forces hundreds to evacuate
The blaze near the Oregon border caused the removal of 1,500 residents
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Is male pattern baldness an early warning sign of prostate cancer?
Research suggests testosterone might be the common denominator between male pattern baldness and aggressive prostate cancer
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Latest shortage in Venezuela: breast implants
The lack of brand-name implants has women seeking out lower quality options that may pose health risks
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Texas A&M Volleyball Catapults into Top 25
Texas A&M broke in the American Volleyball Coaches Association's Top 25 rankings today, crashing in at No. 21 following consecutive victories against top-15 ranked opponents last week.
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A&M?s Aiple Repeats as SEC Freshman Volleyball Player of the Week
For the second consecutive week, Texas A&M setter Stephanie Aiple has been named the SEC Freshman Player of the Week for volleyball, the Southeastern Conference announced today.
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Southwest Classic to Kick at 2:30 p.m. on CBS
The 2014 edition of the Southwest Classic, featuring Texas A&M and Arkansas inside AT&T Stadium, will kick at 2:30 p.m. on Sept. 27 and air nationally on CBS.
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Midland Invitational Rained Out
The Midland Racquet Club Invitational final rounds were cancelled due to rain as play was underway on Sunday. The Texas A&M sophomores Frankie Colunga and Max Lunkin advanced to the semifinals of the doubles draw with a trio of wins in west Texas.
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Happy Days Continue at Ellis Field with 3-0 Victory over Marquette
Allie Bailey, Leigh Edwards and Shea Groom all scored second-half goals to help the Aggie soccer team pull away for a 3-0 win over Marquette on Sunday evening at Ellis Field.
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