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South Korea Ferry Disaster
Furious Mobs of Ferry Victim Families Demand Answers
Hurling insults and swears at South Korea’s Minister of Oceans and Fisheries and the Coast Guard chief, relatives of the ferry victims demanded answers.
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Rancher Explains: Slavery Comment Just 'Wondering'
Cliven Bundy says he was simply “wondering” about whether black Americans were “happier” under slavery than under dependence to the government.
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Yankees' Pineda Suspended 10 Games for Pine Tar
Yankees right-hander Michael Pineda has been suspended 10 games by the MLB after being ejected from last night’s start against the Red Sox.
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Tech Giants Settle Anti-Poaching Lawsuit
New Jersey Brush Fire Threatens Homes, School
Detained American Journalist Freed in Ukraine
Travelers Fuel Surge in Measles Cases in U.S.
Burglary Ring Has Members as Young as 10
Christie: 'I Knew Nothing About' Bridgegate
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Triumph and Tears: The Week in Pictures
American wins big in Boston, Obama protesters hosed down, matadors visit chapel before battle, Easter rockets blanket Greece and more.
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Israel Calls Off Peace Talks After Palestinian Deal
The Palestinians infuriated Israel by agreeing to form a unity government with Hamas.
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High Demand Helps GM Recover From Recall Black Eye
Paul A. Eisenstein
Americans are still buying GM cars, which is helping the automaker burnish its reputation after bankruptcy and a massive recall.
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U.S. Shells Out $11.4M in Hunt for Missing Jet
The U.S. military has spent $11.4 million for the search of missing Malaysia Airlines Flight MH-370.
OMAR SOBHANI / Reuters
Richard Engel: Kabul Attack Exposes Lack of Trust
A hospital security guard opened fire on a group of doctors entering a children’s hospital in Kabul early this morning killing three American citizens and wounding one other who is in stable condition.
Parched: California Drought Linked to Global Warming
Utah State University scientists hope their research can help them predict the next big weird winter.
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Green Is Universal: Save Energy, Win Prizes!
Avril Lavigne: No, My New Video Isn't Racist
Canadian singer-songwriter Avril Lavigne has something to say to critics who call her "Hello Kitty" video racist: "LOLOLOL!!!"
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Are E-Cigarettes Safer? Dr. Nancy Snubs Out Myths
Do e-cigarettes really help smokers quit? Dr. Nancy Snyderman debunks myths surrounding the cigarette substitute.
Ontario Division of Police
Cops Catch Woman Who Swiped Duck From Boy's Grave
An Ohio woman caught swiping the stuffed animal on tape is charged with one county of misdemeanor theft.
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GOP Senators to Obama: Don't Abandon Border Laws
GOP senators used tough language in a letter to President Obama over changing immigration enforcement policies.
Girl Gives Jobless Dad's Resume to First Lady
Caught on Cam: Man Throws Molotov Cocktail in Store
Doctor Killed in Kabul Was 'Devoted Colleague'
Teen Cyber-Bullied Over Teacher's Firing
Michael Phelps Comes Out of Retirement
Kangaroo Rescued After Dip in Pool
Going Up! Engineers Inch Closer to 'Space Elevator'
Nerdwatch: Professor Matteo Pasquali recently unspooled one of the longest carbon nanotube fibers from his lab in Rice University. One of the many possible uses for the super-strong, conductive fiber could be to build an elevator to space that would replace rocket technology.
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Chicago Doctor Slain by Rogue Cop in Afghan Ambush
The hospital in western Kabul is run by Pennsylvania-based charity CURE.
Arizona Teen Latest Target of 'Swatting' Hoax
A 15-year-old Arizona boy was the apparent target of a shooting hoax near the University of Arizona in Tucson. KVOA's Sam Salzwedel reports.
Newborn Twins Sharing Vital Organs Arrive Home
Thirteen-day-old conjoined twins arrive home after doctors doubted that they would survive birth. WPXI’s Courtney Brennan reports.
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Two in Custody After Report of Gunman on California Naval Base
A portion of the base was ordered to “shelter in place” as naval security forces and NCIS looked into the report.
KEVIN BISSETT / The Canadian Press via AP file
New Oil Cars Not Safe Enough, Rail Industry Says
Lisa Riordan Seville
Redesigned and retrofitted rail cars now being added to the oil industry's fleet may not stop punctures and spills, says the rail industry.
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Up in Smoke: What to Know About E-Cigarettes
The FDA is proposing new e-cigarette regulations. Here is what you need to know about them.
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Putin Claims the Internet Is 'a CIA Project'
Russian President Vladimir Putin said the internet originated as a CIA project and that it was still developing under the agency's influence.
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Warming-Proof? Some Coral May Resist Climate Change
Corals reefs -- a source of food and income for people around the globe -- may be more resilient to climate change than previously believed.
Andy Warhol Museum
Warhol's Digital Art Rediscovered on Floppy Disks
Several lost works from Andy Warhol have been rediscovered... on a set of Amiga floppy disks dating from 1985.
Mark Lennihan / AP
Barbie's Newest Career: Big-Screen Movie Star
It's still a Barbie world, and the famous fashion doll will soon come to theaters in her own live-action movie.
Pope to Make History With Double Canonization
Two giants of 20th century Catholicism will become saints on Sunday at an unprecedented twin canonization bringing joy and controversy to the Church.
South Korea Ferry Disaster
Ferry Divers Find Young Pair Bound by Life Jackets
So many high school students died that the city of Ansan doesn't have enough places for bodies recovered from the Sewol ferry.
ALEXANDER DEMIANCHUK / Reuters
Shake It Off: Polar Bears Take a Swim in Russia
A young polar bear cub made its first public appearance at the Leningrad Zoo in St. Petersburg on Thursday during a swim with its mother.
Here Boy! Kerry's Dog Ben Visits State Department
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry brings his dog, Ben, to work on Take Your Daughters and Sons to Work Day.
Gene J. Puskar / AP
What Is Pine Tar? Sticky Stuff in the Spotlight
Pine tar has a history in America's pastime, but its roots are in the Scandinavia's shipbuilding industry.
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Russia 'Forced' Into New War Games by Ukraine
Russian Defense Minister Sergey Shoigu also criticized NATO for ramping up military drills in the Baltic states.
Jewish Center Shootings
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Jewish Center Shooting Suspect Wheeled Into Court
Frazier Glenn Cross is charged with murdering three people in back-to-back attacks on Jewish centers.
Demonstrators Take a Dip to Protest Pipeline
Opponents of the Keystone Pipeline proposal hold a demonstration at the Lincoln Memorial Thursday in Washington, D.C.
France Sending Fighter Jets to Secure Baltic
France will send four Rafale fighter jets to Poland next week as part of a show of NATO commitment to Central Europe and the Baltic states.
ALI NASSER / AFP - Getty Images, file
U.K. Cops to Moms: Don't Let Your Kids Plan Jihad
Police in the U.K. are becoming increasingly concerned about the number of people traveling to fight in Syria's civil war.
Start Your Engines: Lyft Revs Up Uber Rivalry
After cutting rates, Lyft is expanding to 24 additional U.S. cities. Is it enough to make Uber sweat?
LARRY DOWNING / Reuters
Cheers! Obama Dines With Japanese Emperor
State dinner held in president's honor at Tokyo's Imperial Palace.
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