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Dangerous "IRS" scam unfolding on your phone
"We've had very, very educated and intelligent people fall for it," Treasury Department official says
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If Supreme Court undercuts Obamacare, then what?
Residents in several states could lose their health care subsidies, but it's unclear how state lawmakers would respond
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Brain plaque buildup tied to Alzheimer's found in young adults
Puzzling sign in brains of people as young as 20 may provide clues to solving the mystery of Alzheimer's
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Larry David's "therapy" session with Charlie Rose
Who is Larry David? The actor and writer tells Charlie Rose: "Who the hell knows?""I don't know.""I'm a jerk"
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Boston Marathon bombing suspect's lawyer admits his guilt
Lawyers argue over whether Dzhokhar Tsarnaev was a willing participant, or duped by his dead brother; death penalty debate looms
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FDA warns against "keepsake" ultrasounds
There may be no greater thrill than seeing your baby for the 1st time, but the government and some doctors say a growing trend could have hidden dangers
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The top 5 overseas retirement havens for Americans
Living abroad can make your retirement dollars stretch further, and in these nations you can also do that with style
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Fighting lawmakers
American lawmakers look positively polite compared to squabbling legislators elsewhere
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Hillary Clinton's email server traced to home-based service: AP
Setup would have given her extra control over her emails as secretary of state; didn't mention the controversy but cheered prospect of woman president during Tuesday speech
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Coca-Cola apologizes for Fanta ad that overlooked Nazis, WWII
"Good Old Times" failed to mention how trade embargoes against Nazi Germany led to soda's creation
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Android, Apple browsers threatened by "FREAK attack"
The security flaw traces back to a 20-year-old federal regulation -- "and it's now coming back to bite us"
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Ben Carson: Prison turns "a lot" of straight people into gays
Carson, a Republican eyeing a run for the White House in 2016, was asked whether he believes being gay is a choice
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Microsoft founder finds WWII Japanese warship
Paul Allen says crew aboard his research superyacht has located the Musashi, sunk by U.S. forces 70 years ago in the war's biggest naval battle
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Deadly small plane crash in Virginia
Cessna-sized plane was at least a mile from landing approach when it lost contact with airport
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Shake Shack's owner reinventing another classic
​Restaurateur Danny Meyer became famous for his take on a simple staple, and now he's serving up a slice of originality
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No. 18 Women Head To Little Rock To Open SEC Tournament On Thursday
No. 18 Texas A&M looks to start a postseason run as it opens the SEC Tournament at approximately 2:15 p.m. on Thursday, March 5 at the Verizon Arena in Little Rock.
Aggies Run Win Streak to 13, Top Dallas Baptist 7-5
The Texas A&M Aggies had another win in comeback fashion to beat the Dallas Baptist Patriots, 7-5, Tuesday evening on Olsen Field at Blue Bell Park.
Men's Basketball Falls at Florida, 66-62
Texas A&M dropped its final road contest of the regular season, 66-62, at Florida Tuesday night in Gainesville.
Spring Practice: Tuesday Soundbytes
Hear from Jake Spavital, Kyle Allen and Conner McQueen following Tuesday's workouts.
Jones, Walker, Williams Pick Up All-SEC Honors
Three Texas A&M women's basketball players were honored with yearly SEC awards on Tuesday, as Courtney Walker was named to the SEC First Team, Courtney Williams was named to the SEC Second Team, and Jordan Jones was named SEC Defensive Player of the Year, in addition to being named to the SEC Second Team and All-Defensive Team.
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