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Death Is Part of the Business for Everest Sherpa Guides
When an avalanche swept down Mount Everest on Friday, killing at least 13 Sherpa guides as they fixed ropes for other climbers, some members of the Sherpa community were not surprised.







Woman Pinned by Pickup in Grocery Store Crash Caught on Camera

A crash sent a pickup careening into a storefront, pinning a shopper and injuring a total of five people afternoon in Chicago.








Boy Electrocuted in Florida Swimming Pool Laid to Rest

The seven-year-old boy who died while swimming in a North Miami pool was laid to rest Friday.








Officer in Charge Was Steering Waters for First Time: Prosecutor
MOKPO, South Korea - A prosecutor says that the third mate steering a South Korean ferry at the time of a major accident was navigating those waters for the first time.







Brewers' Maldonado Hits Cover off Baseball, Literally

Brewers catcher Martin Maldonado literally hit the cover off of a baseball when he grounded a Charlie Morton fastball to third base in the sixth inning.








NHL Playoffs: Ducks Outlast Stars to Seize 2-0 Lead

Ryan Getzlaf and the Ducks fended off yet nother late charge by the Stars to win 3-2 and take a 2-0 series lead.








Target Area Search for Jet May Be Finished in Days: Report
SYDNEY - Australian officials supervising the search for missing Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 told Reuters on Saturday that an underwater search for the black box recorder based on "pings" possibly from the device could be completed in five to seven days.A U.S.







Russian Supporters Defy Geneva Deal in Ukraine
Armed pro-Russian separatists in eastern Ukraine said on Friday they were not bound by an international deal ordering them to disarm and would not move out of public buildings they have seized until the Kiev government stepped down.







An Immigration Reformer Defends Obama on Deportations
As the chorus calling President Barack Obama “deporter in chief” has grown louder, the founder of a progressive think tank has been trying to spread a different refrain.







Stunt Pilot Bails Out Before Fiery Crash on Vermont Highway

Rescuers found an aerobatic stunt pilot hanging in his parachute from a tree after his plane crashed onto a northern Vermont interstate.








Who Is Behind Letters Ordering Ukraine Jews to Register?

The crisis in Ukraine shows no signs of letting up and it’s still unclear who’s responsible for the anti-Semitic leaflets distributed in Donetsk.








South Korea Ferry Captain Arrested

The captain of the sunken South Korean ferry, now under arrest and facing five charges, was reportedly among the first to abandon ship.








NBA Player Suspended over Breast Cancer Drug

Reserve guard Nick Calathes will reportedly be suspended 20 games after a drug test turned up tamoxifen, making the playoffs tough for Memphis.








'I Am Sorry': Ferry Captain Explains Delay in Evacuation
The captain of a South Korean ferry that capsized and sank, leaving more than 300 missing or dead, apologized Saturday as he was led off to jail in handcuffs after his arrest.







Divers Spot Three Bodies in Sunken South Korean Ferry
Divers searching for survivors of a capsized South Korean ferry saw three bodies floating through a window of a passenger cabin on Saturday but were unable to retrieve them, the coastguard said, hours after the ship's captain was arrested.







Multiple Homes Destroyed in New Jersey Beachfront Fire
At least three houses were destroyed after a fire broke our near the beach front in Sea Isle City, N.J., on Friday. Numerous adjacent properties damaged, but there were no injuries reported, according to police.The fire broke out around 4:30 p.m.







Cargo Launch and Rocket Test Add Up to 'Happy Day' for SpaceX
SpaceX launched more than two tons of cargo to the International Space Station — and also conducted an experiment in rocket recovery.The company’s Falcon 9 rocket lifted off into the cloudy skies over Cape Canaveral Air Force Station at 3:25 p.m.







SpaceX Launches Cargo to Space Station and Tries Rocket Recovery
SpaceX launched more than two tons of cargo to the International Space Station — and also conducted an experiment in rocket recovery.The company’s Falcon 9 rocket lifted off into the cloudy skies over Cape Canaveral Air Force Station at 3:25 p.m.







Novak Strikes Back at Those Who Criticized Her Appearance

Actress Kim Novak said the rude comments that followed her Oscars appearance threw her into a tailspin.








Powerful Earthquake Strikes Mexico

A 7.2 earthquake struck near Acapulco and could be felt all the way to Mexico City.








Moon Crash and Asteroid Warning: Today's News from Space

A NASA spacecraft crashes into the surface of the moon -- and an ominous prediction.








White House Fox Is in the Dog House

There’s a little red fox living on the grounds of the White House, and the Secret Service can’t catch him.








Hackers Use Heartbleed Bug to Attack 'Major Corporation'
Hackers took advantage of the Heartbleed vulnerability to break into a major corporation’s network, less than a day after the bug was brought to the public’s attention, security experts told The New York Times.Officials with Mandiant, an Alexandria, Va.







Woman Arrested in NYC Baby Kidnap Attempt: Police

Sources told NBC New York that the woman had seven previous arrests for attempted kidnapping.








Church of Facebook? Cyberspace Inspires New Visions of Heaven
Is heaven for real? And if so, which heaven? For some, heaven is the Christian kind of afterlife that was described by a 4-year-old boy in the book and movie titled "Heaven Is for Real.