Confirmed death toll tops 100 as families wait in anguish for word on their loved ones; four more crew members are detained
Families who once dreamed of miraculous rescues now simply hope their loved ones' remains are recovered soon, before the ocean does much more damage
For her 88th birthday, Britain's Queen Elizabeth spent the day in private at her favorite castle while salutes rang out across the nation. Tina Kraus reports.
After a massive avalanche killed at least 13 Sherpas, the climbing guides express rage at lack of support from Nepalese government
Russian President Vladimir Putin says it's "nonsense," but U.S. government agrees photos are evidence of Moscow's meddling
Orthodox Christians take part in holy fire ceremony held in Jerusalem's Old City
Deadly shootout in Eastern Ukraine shatters truce as tensions continue between pro-Russia and pro-Ukraine groups
Educational officials claimed 85 girls had been kidnapped, but parents say their claims are being ignored; Boko Haram still the prime suspect
British family makes lucky escape after car suddenly catches fire in, "of all places," a safari park
Panic looms among the residents of Ballarpur village in India's western Maharashtra, after a leopard hides on the rooftop of a house and on being found, runs amok.
As his country burns around him, President Bashar Assad is expected to run this summer for another term in office
As Biden begins meetings with Ukraine's leaders, Russia accuses Kiev of "crudely" violating peace deal forged just days ago
Also calls his moves and those of some crew "unforgivable," "unfathomable"; divers continue to probe sunken ship for bodies
Police say bus collided with disabled tractor-trailer in the south of the country; at least 17 women and children are among the dead
Village of Maaloula an important prize ahead of coming presidential elections; Assad promises to defend Christians
Airline at center of missing jet mystery reports problems on a Bangalore-bound jet, saying it made an "emergency landing" in Kuala Lumpur
The Ukrainian and Russian governments are reporting a deadly shootout at a checkpoint set up by pro-Russian insurgents in eastern Ukraine. The video shows investigators examining the remnants of burned out cars and flowers left at the scene to mourn the victims.
The crew of the vessel that sank was crippled by confusion and indecision when accident happened; death toll at 58, with 240 missing still
227 passengers and 12 crew went missing on March 8; unmanned sub continues search, but surface search for debris could end shortly
Russia blames clash in eastern Ukraine on far right Ukrainian nationalists; Kiev blames it on Russian special forces; international diplomacy on brink of failure