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Major quake hits Nepal

German president labels Armenian killings as genocide

Service held to mark 20 years since Oklahoma City bombing

Clint Eastwood reflects on career, 'American Sniper'

Devastating Nepal quake kills over 1,300, some in Everest avalanche

Armenia Marks 1915 Massacre

Obama again avoids calling 1915 Armenian killings 'genocide'

Israel grapples with whether to recognize Armenian genocide

In Florida's Everglades, Obama wades into climate change politics

Armenians mark 1915 mass killings

Lebanon gets first shipment of $3B worth of French arms

Armenians around the world mark 1915 genocide

Japan's views of WWII history rankles some US veterans

Afghan museum seeks to remember anti-Soviet war

Truce tenuous as Ukraine leader tackles economy, oligarchs

'I thought ... I was dead' -dancer maimed in Boston bombing

'I thought ... I was dead': dancer maimed in Boston bombing

Judge OKs 65-year deal over NFL concussions could cost $1B

Shooting Survivors Take Different Paths to Peace

ABC News keeps tight lid on Bruce Jenner interview

Saudi-led airstrikes intensify in Yemen despite calls for talks

Details on the 2015 Pulitzer Prize winners

The 2015 Pulitzers, finalists in journalism and the arts

Obama aims to halt perception of passive president

Qantas 'crippling' the Territory

Pa. coffee run leads to hatchet hitchhiker arrest

Report: New scandal hits US college sports program

Philly: Inspector said collapse 'wasn't my fault'

Hogan's 1-iron all but extinct in major play

Gun measures put moderate Senate Dems in bind

Survivor of 1987 Mich. plane crash breaks silence

Review chairman: Clinton didn't make Benghazi call

House chairman sees IRS errors as part of pattern

US agency investigates dolphin poaching in Guam

From outsiders to bombing suspects in Boston

Denver Post wins Pulitzer for coverage of massacre

Details on the 2013 Pulitzer Prize winners

Thatcher, even in death, divides world opinion

Scholars find cannibalism at Jamestown settlement

SKorea to withdraw workers at factory in NKorea

Israel Fears Quiet on Syrian Front About to End

New push at OAS for US to alter anti-drug approach

NYC police commish says he's not running for mayor

Paramilitary soap opera stirs dispute in Colombia

Catholic bishops condemn Irish abortion bill

Bangladesh building-collapse toll tops 600

Boston bomb suspect hospitalized under heavy guard

US intelligence embraces debate in security issues

SKorea's gay film maker in news over wedding plans

Fighting in Syria, Hezbollah charts risky course

AP sources: Obama to name ex-Bush aide to head FBI

Clashes as children protest against abortion

Rutgers Basketball Whistleblower Files Lawsuit

Five days of fear: What happened in Boston

Gov't seeks 45 years for attack on Christian group

Poland remembers Warsaw ghetto and its fighters

Gun Shop: Restrictions Create 'black Market'

Fishers worried by fall in nipper numbers

Experts: Fla. couple may not be welcome in Cuba

Rutgers fires basketball coach over abuse, taunts

Brazil leaders to meet as protests, violence grow

Born in war and poverty, youth don't abandon Iraq

US helicopter crashes in Afghanistan, killing 1

Afghan leader alleges US, Taliban are colluding

Philippines set to open $1 billion casino-resort

Jewish museum in Poland unveils synagogue roof

Mob torches dozens of Pakistani Christian homes