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Nepalese policemen clear the debris at Basantapur Durbar Square, damaged in Saturdayís earthquake, in Kathmandu on April 26, 2015.
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Nepal Quake Toll Passes 2,500

Aftershocks rattled Nepal on Sunday, sending panicked Kathmandu residents into the streets one day after a magnitude 7.8 earthquake left more than 2,500 people dead, from the capital to small villages to Mount Everest, where an avalanche killed at least 17 people

Baltimore Residents Attend Wake for Freddie Gray

Baltimore Mourns Freddie Gray

Family and friends paid respects Sunday to the 25-year-old man whose death after a fatal injury in police custody has sparked citywide protests

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Ford Recalls Cars

Ford is recalling 389,585 cars after discovering a defect that can cause the doors to fly open while the car is being driven

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: Age of Ultron

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

When a Colorado father's one-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. A new film chronicles that process

President Obama at White House Correspondents Dinner

22 Jokes From the White House Correspondents' Dinner

President Obama and Cecily Strong cracked wise in Washington for the annual event known as "nerd prom." Here's what you missed, from jokes about Joe Biden and Hillary Clinton a surprise appearance by a Comedy Central star

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

Potato tots

Man Sidetracked by Tater Tots During Suspected Robbery

A homeowner in Petaluma went downstairs Thursday afternoon and found an unfamiliar man asleep on her sofa after he apparently enjoyed a snack of frozen tater tots. After calling the police, she tried to leave her house but accidentally awoke the man


6-Month-Old Babies Are Now Using Tablets and Smartphones

More than a third of children under the age of 1 have used a device like a smartphone or tablet, according to a new study. The survey of 370 parents of young kids showed that adults often let their children use media or mobile tech as a distraction

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Starbucks Reopens After Computer Glitch Shutters Stores

A computer outage that affected 7,000 Starbucks stores in the U.S. and 1,000 in Canada is resolved, allowing them to reopen. During the shutdown, some baristas gave away a flurry of free frappuccinos and coffees to customers