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AirAsia flight with 162 on board goes missing

An AirAsia passenger jet carrying 162 people lost contact with Indonesian air traffic control early Sunday, gripping Southeast Asia with a second missing plane crisis in less than a year.

The search operation for the missing AirAsia Flight QZ 8501 has...

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AirAsia flight: What role did weather play?

The passengers and crew aboard AirAsia Flight QZ 8501 could have expected to have landed in Singapore at 8:30 a.m. on Sunday, after a flight of just over 2 hours but have now been missing for hours.

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Rookie Arizona cop killed during call

A rookie police officer who was answering a domestic violence call has died from gunshot wounds, the Flagstaff, Arizona, Police Department said Saturday.

Officer Tyler Stewart, 24, was shot several times in a residential area and died at a hospital, o...

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Local, fed probes into gym mat death continue

Despite concluding there was no foul play in the death of a Georgia teen nearly two years ago, a sheriff's office conducted additional interviews on the case as recently as this month.

The parents of Kendrick Johnson, who was found dead inside a roll...

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Ferry catches fire off Corfu with 411 passengers aboard

Joint Italian-Greek rescue efforts were underway Sunday for hundreds of passengers aboard the Italian-flagged ferry Norman Atlantic, which was on fire in the Adriatic Sea, the Greek Merchant Marine Ministry said.

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Some doubt North Korea was behind Sony hack

Sure, North Korea's government despises the movie "The Interview."

But when its propagandists say it did not hack Sony Pictures before the original release date of the flick that satirizes dictator Kim Jong-un, they might just be telling the truth.


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North Korea lambasts U.S. over 'The Interview'

The North Korean government is fuming over the release of the "The Interview," claiming President Barack Obama forced the film into theaters and onto streaming video services.

"U.S. President Obama is the chief culprit who forced the Sony Pictures En...

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