Malaysian officials investigating the disappearance of Flight MH370 say evidence from military radar-tracking suggests it was deliberately flown off its course. "What we can say is we are looking at sabotage, with hijack still on the cards," one official says
The gas main and distribution pipes under the streets were intact despite the explosion that caused two buildings to fall, killing at least eight people
President Obama tasks the Department of Homeland Security with finding better ways of conducting the practice in an aim to placate angry reform advocates
Just two weeks after a mass stabbing in southwest China claimed 29 lives, and days after 153 Chinese disappeared on Flight MH370, another tragedy appears to have struck the Middle Kingdom
The Obama administration aims to get so-called "young invincibles" to sign up for health insurance by March 31 with a new video that includes the mothers of celebrities like Jonah Hill, Alicia Keys, Adam Levine and Jennifer Lopez
The ongoing conflict in Syria is about to enter its fourth year and has led to a fragmented health care system, where even manageable diseases become death sentences, as it has for one 4-year-old Syrian boy
New figures released by a Cleveland medical examiner show heroin-induced deaths in the metropolitan area hit a record 195 last year, well above the 161 in 2012, highlighting what Attorney General Eric Holder calls an “urgent and growing public health crisis"
The double-amputee Olympian, on trial in South Africa for the murder of model Reeva Steenkamp in February 2013, vomited after gruesome images of her body shortly after he shot her were inadvertently shown in the courtroom
Loan payments for some 8,000 programs, designed to propel students straight into careers but often landing them in worse debt than high school dropouts, will be capped at a percentage of their total income
To whet the appetites of fans of the hit prison drama, the on-demand entertainment site released photographs from the upcoming new season that include a scene from a mock job fair and the introduction of a new character
There are about 900 new additions to the Oxford English Dictionary, announced this week, including first-timers like 'bathroom break,' 'beatboxer,' 'DIYer,' 'scissor-kick' and— wait for it —'scimitar-horned oryx'
An agreement struck by a bipartisan group of 10 senators would retroactively restore for five months emergency unemployment insurance that expired in December—but senior Republican representatives aren't sold
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