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Columbine: 15 Years Later
South Korea Ferry Disaster
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Bodies of Seven Dead Babies Found in Garage
Bridge Under Troubled Waters: Ontario Flood
Risk of Death Doesn't Stop Everest Climbers
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10 National Parks Worth a Visit This Spring
America’s national parks are shaking off winter’s chill and welcoming visitors with warmer temperatures, fields of wildflowers and few crowds.
Uber and Lyft Price Wars Could Take Their Toll
Uber announced a new fee while Lyft cut rates across the country. How will this affect the burgeoning ride-sharing market?
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Everest's Deadliest Day: Avalanche Kills 13 Guides
Hundreds of climbers, their guides and support guides had gathered at the base camp.
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When Is It Cheapest to Fill 'Er Up?
Martha C. White
Finding the cheapest gas anywhere can be a moving target, but you'll have a better chance on these days of the week.
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Will Horseless Buggy Make It in Central Park?
Before the cars could make their way to the streets around Central Park, legislation banning carriage horses would have to be passed.
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Caped Hijacker Wielded Toblerone 'Like a Sword'
"He said, 'I am robbing the plane now. I want to see the Olympics in Sochi and I need to get off the plane now,'" flight attendant testifies.
Remembering Jerrie Mock's Solo Flight Around the World
It’s been 50 years since Jerrie Mock became the first woman to fly solo around the earth.
Say Cheese! 'Awkward Family' Photo Exhibit Opens in California
Take a look at the "Awkward Family Photo Exhibition," featuring cringe-worthy, yet totally hilarious family photos
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It Could Be a Hot Summer for Vacations
Consumers may be spending less at the malls, but it may be to save up for summer vacation.
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