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New questions about moves by captain, crew of doomed South Korean ferry

Desperation grows in search for hundreds of passengers, many of them high schoolers; rescued vice principal is found hanged

Mount Everest avalanche is its worst disaster ever

At least 12 guides killed, 3 missing as they prepared for climbing season on world's highest peak

Arrest in random shootings on K.C.-area highways

Police say suspect lives near intersection of several highways; 3 motorists wounded in at least a dozen incidents

Convicted murderer had noose around his neck when the extraordinary happened

Moments before condemned man was to be hanged in Iran, the victim's mother stepped forwarde

Thousands remember "Princess Lacey" at memorial

8-year-old fan who died of cancer inspired Michigan State basketball team's players, coaches and many more beyond the hardwood

Fliers demand Jews in eastern Ukraine register with authorities

Leaflets warn Jews must register with self-proclaimed local authorities or face consequences; U.S.calls it "grotesque"

Michaels Stores says 2.6M cards were breached

It says the attacks, which used highly sophisticated malware not seen before, began last year and have been contained

Salmonella cases decline, but other food-borne illnesses on the rise

CDC report raises concerns about rare but growing type of bacterial contamination in shellfish

Kathleen Sebelius in the Senate? Not likely

A decade ago, the outgoing HHS secretary had a successful run as governor of Kansas, but her ties to Obamacare would make it hard for her to return to politics

Warrant: Denver man ate pot candy before killing wife

Police say Richard Kirk was "rambling" after allegedly shooting his wife; suspect's blood being tested for drugs

Buckholts football player Dannie McGill signed his letter of intent to play football at Wayland Baptist University this week.

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