Prince William starts work as helicopter ambulance pilot
LONDON (AP) — Britains Prince William has started his new job — working as air ambulance helicopter pilot.
Nigeria on edge as first vote results unveiled
First results trickled
Teen libertarian is face of Brazil's young free-market right
NYC explosion victim is officially identified
Late audits halt trading in Morgan Stanley-backed stocks
Kaminsky, Okafor lead 2014-15 AP All-America team
Obama to attend opening of Institute honoring Sen. Kennedy
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VIDEO: Alps rescuer: 'The scene was surreal'
Jean Sebastien Beaud from the mountain police, who arrived at the French Alps site soon after the plane crash, describes the scene as surreal.
Iran nuclear crisis: Six key points
Six key points to understanding what the crisis over Irans nuclear programme is all about.
Stephen Fry 'hounded off' Instagram
Author and broadcaster Stephen Fry swears off Instagram, claiming to have been hounded off the photo-sharing service.
Mercury 'painted black' by comets
The mystery of Mercurys dark surface can be explained by a steady dusting of carbon from passing comets, research suggests.
Guinea declares Ebola 'emergency'
Guinean President Alpha Conde has declared a 45-day health emergency in five regions in the west and southwest of the Ebola-hit nation.
Dickens' desk saved for public view
The desk where Charles Dickens wrote Great Expectations is finally on public display thanks to a £780,000 grant.
Litvinenko 'warned about Italy plot'
Former Russian spy Alexander Litvinenko warned the Italian authorities of an alleged Russian-sponsored terror plot, the inquiry into his death hears.
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Hot shots: U.S. military's best photos
What's 'true' about the cross that killed Jesus?
Cheers, tears for U.S. Army convoy in Europe
A convoy of U.S. Army armored vehicles is drawing crowds, cheers and tears as it makes an 1,100-mile journey from the Baltics through Poland and the Czech Republic to Germany.
The disease many doctors aren't diagnosing
Doctors arent always telling patients they have Alzheimers. Stigma around the disease may be the reason, but its detrimental to care and planning.
Detained ISIS members speak from Iraqi jail
Sameem Sulaiman shuffles in, the cuffs usually around his ankles and wrists removed for our interview. He agreed to speak to CNN, but not once during the interview did he make eye contact, or even look up, unwilling to speak
Legislators vow to 'fix' Ind. religious freedom law
Indianas top two state lawmakers pledged Friday to amend the states controversial religious freedom law to clarify that it cannot be used to discriminate against gay people.
'Spirit in the Sky' singer hurt in crash
Norman Greenbaum, best known for his much-played 1969 hit Spirit in the Sky, was in critical condition after a crash that killed a motorcycle driver Saturday afternoon, the California Highway Patrol said.
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NCAA TOURNAMENT RESULTS - Duke, Mich. State, Wisconsin, Kentucky in Final Four
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Border surge has compromised crime-fighting across the rest of Texas, local police say
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FOX NEWS FIRST: One email from oblivion: Hillary’s big bet on secret server - Potential 2(...)
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Too many state symbols for New Hampshire?
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Homeland Security's Mayorkas should be ousted for Clinton favoritism, 'disgusted' retired cops say
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U.S., Britain fear possible ‘political interference’ in Nigerian election
KADUNA, NIGERIA — The United States and Britain said Monday that Nigerias election results “may be subject to deliberate political interference,” a harsh warning issued just as the official count began to trickle in. Read full article >>
Officials: Co-pilot in German plane crash was treated for suicidal tendencies
DÜSSELDORF, Germany — The co-pilot suspected of crashing a Germanwings jetliner had been treated years earlier for suicidal tendencies, German authorities said Monday, in a development that was sure to fuel an emerging debate about the limits of medical privacy.
Apparent airstrike kills scores at U.N. refugee camp in northern Yemen
SANAA, Yemen — An apparent airstrike killed scores of people at a United Nations refugee camp in northern Yemen on Monday amid escalating air raids by a Saudi Arabia-led coalition that are targeting Shiite insurgents across the war-ravaged country.Read full
WorldViews: China jails a Muslim for six years — for refusing to shave his beard
A Muslim was jailed for six years in China for refusing to shave off his beard, while his wife was imprisoned for two years for wearing a burqa, as part of a severe crackdown on religious “extremism” in the far-western
Iran talks intensify with last-ditch attempt to reach agreement
LAUSANNE, Switzerland — With just two days remaining before a deadline, Iran and diplomats from six countries trying to negotiate a preliminary nuclear deal met Monday in a last-ditch attempt to resolve differences on enriched-uranium stockpiles, sanctions and future research
Middle East peace prospects are slim, outgoing U.N. envoy says
JERUSALEM — If judged by outcome, the United Nations’ special coordinator for the Middle East peace process has met with limited success, to put it diplomatically.In his seven years in the post, Robert Serry has participated in three rounds of
Arab leaders announce joint force to intervene in region’s wars
CAIRO — Arab leaders ­announced Sunday that they would form a joint military force to intervene in neighboring states grappling with armed insurgencies. It is a dramatic step to quell the unrest that has broken out in the wake of
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One Ukrainian serviceman killed, three wounded, in clashes with rebels: Kiev military
KIEV (Reuters) - One Ukrainian serviceman was killed and three were wounded in clashes with Russia-backed separatists in the past 24 hours despite a ceasefire, the Kiev military said on Monday.
Syria gets Russian arms under deals signed since conflict began: Assad
MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russia is supplying weapons to Damascus under contracts completed since the conflict in Syria began in 2011, as well as under earlier deals, President Bashar al-Assad said.
Nigeria election results due to start trickling in
ABUJA (Reuters) - Results from Nigerias elections, potentially the closest contest since the end of military rule in 1999, were due to start trickling in on Monday after a weekend vote marred by confusion, arguments and sporadic violence.
Second blogger hacked to death this year in Bangladesh
DHAKA (Reuters) - A blogger was hacked to death by machete-wielding assailants in the Bangladesh capital Dhaka on Monday, the second attack in five weeks on a critic of religious extremism in the Muslim-majority South Asian nation.
Special Report: Inside Hungary's $10.8 billion nuclear deal with Russia
BUDAPEST (Reuters) - Its currency is wounded and its economy besieged by sanctions, yet Russia still has money to spare for potential allies overseas. Even as it scrabbles for foreign funds, Moscow is poised to make a 10 billion euro
Greece says not backing down on debt relief goal
ATHENS (Reuters) - Greece has not given up on its aim to renegotiate its debt to render it viable, the countrys deputy finance minister said on Monday as talks between Athens and its lenders on reforms to unlock aid continue.
Dufry to raise $4 billion via rights issue and debt for WDF bid
ZURICH (Reuters) - Swiss travel retailer Dufry plans to raise around 3.6 billion euros ($4 billion) through a mixture of debt and equity for its planned takeover of Italys World Duty Free .
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Mom finds naked man in bed with 10-year-old son
Suspect is being held without bond in a Tampa-area jail.       
Ambassador on the 'special relationship' between U.S., U.K.
He has been in his post since 2013.       
Treacherous conditions hamper Germanwings recovery
Recovery workers cope with high altitude and mountainous terrain.       
Former feds charged with stealing Silk Road bitcoin
A Secret Service agent and a DEA agent allegedly stole bitcoin while investigating site.       
Mariah Carey's getting cozy with...
These two have been spotted together recently. A lot.       
Florida church mourns after 8 die in van crash
Police Bueno said the driver and seven passengers were killed and 10 others were taken to local hospitals.     
Voices: Ukraine a country aching with anguish
Conflict with Russian-backed separatists is tearing the country apart.       
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Essay: The Changing Face of American Families
What will he be? My mother-in-laws question was shrouded in innocence like Spanish moss hanging from cedar trees.
Grad Student's Fatal Injuries Described at Trial
A doctor told the Boston Marathon Bombing jury Monday about the autopsy she performed on Lingzi Lu, one of three people who died.
Sony Launches Spotify-Powered PlayStation Music App
Sometimes, its better to leave things to the experts. Thats what Sony learned in trying to build its own streaming-music service.
Airstrike Hits Yemen Refugee Camp, Killing 46
An air strike hit the area of the Mazraq refugee camp in the northern Yemen district of Haradh on Monday, killing 46 people.
Men Disguised As Women Spark NSA Shooting: Sources
A guard shot at least one of the men at the gates to the agencys facility at Fort Meade in Maryland.
Madness 'Has No Limits,' Crash Will Haunt Us: Alps Mayor
Mayor Bernard Bartolini said everyone in his village of Prads-Haute-Bleon was thunderstruck by the nearby crash of Germanwings Flight 4U9525.
'Bomb' Note in Toilet Diverts Passenger Jet: Report
A Turkish Airlines flight en route to Brazil was forced to change course and land in Casablanca after a bomb threat, a spokeswoman said Monday.
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Kabul Journal: Woman Killed in Kabul Transformed From Pariah to Martyr
Farkhunda has emerged as the rarest of Afghan figures: a female religious champion who ventured into a shrine to preach Islam and was felled by ignorant men.
Jeb Bush and Scott Walker Point G.O.P. to Contrary Paths
Mr. Bush and Mr. Walker are becoming prominent exponents of dueling visions of how a Republican can retake the White House: by extending the party’s reach, or by energizing the base.
Sports of The Times: Off the Dribble and Into a Firestorm in Indiana
The Religious Freedom Restoration Act, signed into law in Indiana, the site of this year’s event, opened the door to discrimination, its opponents said.
Indiana Governor Says Legislators May Clarify Religious Beliefs Law
Gov. Mike Pence said he would seek legislation to clear up misunderstandings about the state’s Religious Freedom Restoration Act, denying that it gives license to discriminate against gays and lesbians.
Duke 66, Gonzaga 52: Duke Defeats Gonzaga to Advance to Its 16th Final Four
Justise Winslow had 16 points as the top-seeded Blue Devils advanced to the Final Four, where the senior Quinn Cook will have a chance to ease the sting of a 2013 loss.
States Are Divided by the Lines They Draw on Immigration
As some states battle President Obama’s executive actions in court, others move to incorporate unauthorized newcomers by offering them licenses and other benefits.
De Blasio to Name Former ‘Right-Hand Man’ of Boston Mayor as His Chief of Staff
Thomas G. Snyder, who has earned a place in the mayor’s close-knit circle, is a longtime labor organizer and liberal advocate.
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5 Things to Know About the Governor Behind Indiana’s Controversial New Law
Meet Indiana Gov. Mike Pence
Foods You Should Eat Instead of Taking Vitamins
If youre eating a healthy diet, you shouldnt need all those bottles of vitamins
This Country is About to Offer Citizenship to 2.2 Million Jews
Spain wants to make amends for expelling Jews from the country in 1492
Atlanta Falcons to Lose Draft Pick for Piping In Fake Crowd Noise During Games
NFL is expected to release its official decision on Tuesday
Martin O’Malley Gears Up To Take On Hillary Clinton
A once-deferential Democrat has started to assert himself
Prosecution Rests Its Case Against Boston Marathon Bomber
Dzhokhar Tsarnaevs lawyers will now get a chance to present theirs
Tiger Woods Tumbles Out of Golf’s Top 100 Rankings
The golfers last run as No. 1 was from March 2013 to May 2014
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Restaurant at site of El Rodeo bar in Amityville must wait for cabaret license
An Amityville restaurant occupying the former El Rodeo bar and restaurant will have to wait for a cabaret license, village trustees said last week, noting the locations troubled past.
New York Auto Show by the numbers
How much work does it take to put the New York International Auto Show together? 
One seriously hurt as car crashes into Great Neck AT&T store, police say
Nassau County police are investigating an accident in Great Neck in which a car crashed into an AT&T store, causing at least one serious injury.
Co-pilot treated for suicidal tendencies, prosecutors say
The co-pilot of Germanwings Flight 9525 that crashed into the French Alps last week had received treatment for suicidal tendencies several years ago, prosecutors said Monday.
Madonna and cruel facts of life
Surplus symbols: How many state bugs and beans do we need?
Surplus symbols: As states honor everything from bugs to beans, some lawmakers say Enough!
Germanwings crash victims' photos
Photos of victims of the Germanwings Airbus A320, Flight 9525, that crashed into a mountainside in the southern French Alps on March 24, 2015, killing all 150 people on board.
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