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A member of the Nepalese police looks on as an excavator is used to dig through rubble to search for bodies, in the aftermath of Saturday's earthquake in Kathmandu, Nepal, April 27, 2015.
Danish Siddiqui—Reuters

Kathmandu on Edge

Aftershocks rattled Nepal on Sunday, sending much of Kathmandu into the streets one day after a magnitude-7.8 earthquake left more than 3,700 people dead, from the capital to small villages to Mount Everest, where an avalanche killed at least 18 people

Protestors encourage passing cars to honk while standing in the middle of York Road near Vaughn Greene Funeral Services during the wake of Freddie Gray in Baltimore on April 26, 2015.

Baltimore Calm After Protests

The city remained largely quiet on Sunday after violent protests over the death of Freddie Gray, a 25-year-old who died in police custody

Barack Obama speaks at a ceremony at CIA headquarters in McLean, Va. on April 24, 2015.

Hackers Read Obama Emails

Russian hackers reportedly read some of President Obama's personal emails when they breached White House systems last year

Film Title: Furious 7

Furious 7 Is Now Bigger Than Frozen

The film starring Vin Diesel and the late Paul Walker is the first since 2012 — and one of only 29 films, ever — to keep the No. 1 box-office spot for four weeks. It has earned more than $1 billion worldwide but could be dethroned with the opening of Avengers

Los Angeles Airport

Los Angeles Airport Security Boosted Amid ISIS Threat

Security is being stepped up in Los Angeles, its area airports and other parts of Southern California amid new ISIS-related threats calling for attacks on uniformed personnel. Investigators said they were not aware of a specific plot

Amy Winehouse Plays Sao Paulo

Amy Winehouse Doc 'Misleading,' Says Late Singer's Family

The family of late singer Amy Winehouse has fiercely criticized a new documentary movie of her life for being "unbalanced" and "misleading." Titled Amy, the movie is slated to have its debut screening at the Cannes Film Festival in May

X-Ray image of a brain in a football helmet.

Ex-Players Angered by NFL Concussion Settlement

The exclusion from a legal settlement of chronic traumatic encephalopathy has angered many former players. Dozens have now opted out of the concussion lawsuit with the NFL, giving them the option of bringing future litigation against the league

Australian death row prisoners Andrew Chan and Myuran Sukumaran are seen in a holding cell waiting to attend a review hearing in the District Court of Denpasar in Bali

Indonesia Set to Execute Foreign Drug Smugglers

Indonesian media report that nine coffins, covered in white cloth, have already been taken to the police station in the Javanese town of Cilacap, near Nusakambangan island, where the convicts are being kept and where they will be shot

Film Shows Dad's Effort to Honor His Son's Short Life

When a Colorado father's 1-year-old was diagnosed with brain cancer in 2010, he began to make a video game that would honor his son's life and give others a peek into the family's reality of living with a child who would die too soon

Celebrites Attend The Miami Heat Vs Brooklyn Nets Game - May 12, 2014

Jay Z Defends Tidal in Series of Tweets

Jay Z doesn't tweet very often, but with all the flak that his recently launched artist-owned music-streaming service Tidal is getting, the rap mogul felt the need to counter all the haters, launching into a Twitter spree to defend the service