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Students in recovery from substance abuse are finding support on a growing number of college and university campuses, including the University of Texas at Austin. Ronald Martinez/Getty Images hide caption

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Amid Rising Concern About Addiction, Universities Focus On Recovery

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Ex-Marine Found Guilty In 'American Sniper' Murder Trial

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Sniper Trial Could Be In Jury's Hands Soon

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The Dallas Street Choir performed in T-shirts, then changed into formalwear for the Street Requiem. Baritone Russell Rodriguez is in front, far right, in an orange T-shirt. Courtesy of Mark Mullaney hide caption

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One Night Only: The Streets Meet The Opera House

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'American Sniper' Trial Opens In Texas

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Proceedings Underway In 'American Sniper' Trial

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Texas Gov.-elect Greg Abbott acknowledges the crowd Nov. 4 after his victory speech in Austin. David J. Phillip/AP hide caption

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New Texas Governor Adds To Tension Between State, City Governments

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Arizona Department of Corrections inmate Joseph Wood was executed by lethal injection in July. It took 15 doses and nearly two hours for him to die. AP hide caption

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Botched Lethal Injection Executions Reignite Death Penalty Debate

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Attorneys For Oklahoma Death Row Inmates Seek To Halt Executions

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Texas Braces For A Drop In Production After Oil Prices Fall

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Texas Puts Execution Of Mentally Ill Man On Hold

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Texas Death Row Case Draws Attention To Mentally Ill Convicts

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Texas Execution Nears For Murderer Whose Competence Was Debated

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GOP Politicans From Texas Agree: It's A Great State

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Texas lieutenant governor hopefuls state Sen. Dan Patrick and state Sen. Leticia Van de Putte shake hands following a September debate. While most eyes are on the governor's race, this contest could have even more political consequence. Eric Gay/AP hide caption

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