First survivors of Mount Everest avalanche reach Kathmandu

The first group of survivors from an earthquake-triggered avalanche that swept through the Mount Everest base camp were flown to Nepal’s capital on Sunday and taken to hospitals. None appeared to have life-threatening injuries.

A dozen arrested in Baltimore as Freddie Gray protests turn violent

Freddie Gray protest turns violent after largest rally yet; at least a dozen arrested, 2 hurt

Aid starts coming to Nepal after quake kills nearly 2,000; more aftershocks reported

Aid starts coming to Nepal, rescuers move in after massive quake kills nearly 2,000

Israeli police: 2 Palestinians shot dead after knife attacks

Israeli police: Officers shoot, kill 2 Palestinians after separate stabbing attacks


Comic relief: Obama takes humorous shots at the 2016 presidential field, media at correspondents' dinner

President Barack Obama took a few humorous shots at the 2016 presidential field and at the news media — and a few at his own image — in his annual comic turn at Saturday's White House Correspondents' Association dinner.

Coast Guard: 4 missing after sailboats capsize in Alabama

Coast Guard searches for 4 people missing in Alabama waters after sailboats capsize in storm

A latte trouble: Starbucks reports cash register outage in stores in U.S., Canada

Starbucks reports sales register outage in stores in US, Canada

Baltimore police: Man who later died should've received medical care before ride

Police say Freddie Gray should have received medical care before being put in van



Maybe it's time to throw in the towel again, Mr. Mayor

New London Mayor Daryl Finizio had a bad week.


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Bruce Jenner: 'My brain is more female than male'

Bruce Jenner tells Diane Sawyer he identifies as a woman, his brain is more female than male

Reports say Comcast plans to drop $45B Time Warner Cable bid

Reports: Comcast plans to drop $45B Time Warner Cable bid after pushback from regulators