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A massive landslide triggered by heavy rains in northeast Nepal killed at least eight people, injured 40, and buried dozens of homes, officials said.
Investigators using sniffer dogs recovered more human remains and personal belongings at the Malaysia Airlines wreckage site in eastern Ukraine.
A $20,000 reward is being offered in hunt for gunman who opened fire on a street, striking Tynirah Borum as she was getting her hair done on a porch.
All-Star and Olympic gold medal-winning defenseman P.K. Subban agreed to an eight-year contract with the Montreal Canadiens.
Israel is prepared to continue fighting in the Gaza Strip after the army completes its primary mission of destroying cross-border tunnels from the territory.
A 20-year-old died and a 17-year-old is critical in the apparent drug incidents at the Mad Decent Block Party in Howard County, west of Baltimore.
A new film uncovers the story of the lesser-known WWII camps in Hawaii, as an effort to preserve the sites as national monuments builds support.
The explosion may have been caused by a flame that was lighted in a dust-filled room, the state news agency Xinhua said.
As the first of two Americans infected with Ebola return to the U.S., travelers may be wondering how they would get back home in a medical emergency.
Yes, there are reasons why you care which Disney character you are. Researchers explain why we love personality tests.
NASA researchers have reported fresh evidence that an "impossible" space propulsion technology might actually work.
Dr. Kent Brantly — the first person infected with Ebola to be transported to the U.S. — was flown on a plane outfitted with containment equipment.
The track star’s brother Carl was involved in the head-on collision with another car while returning home from a business trip.
When wheelchair-bound Justin Skeesuck told his friend he’d like to trek 500 miles through the Pyrenees and deserts of Spain, the idea seemed crazy.
The widow of Eric Garner called on prosecutors to take action after the city medical examiner ruled that a police chokehold had killed him.
George suffered a catastrophic right leg fracture early in the fourth quarter of an exhibition contest on Friday night.
Dr. Kent Brantly — the first person infected with Ebola to be transported to the U.S. — will land at Dobbins Air Force Base in Marietta.