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Search for MH370 ends, but husband's journey goes onOpen in a New Window

This time, the terrible news came in an email.

 

Relatives of MH370 victims to appealOpen in a New Window

The families of victims on board the missing flight MH370 said Sunday they planned to hand-deliver a petition and personal letters to Malaysia's transportation minister urging the search for the plane be resumed.

 

Quest: Decision to end search is incomprehensible Open in a New Window

It is nearly three years since Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 disappeared.

 

Families sad, angry to hear MH370 search endingOpen in a New Window

The decision to end the underwater search for Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 is "nothing short of irresponsible," according to a support group for family members of those who disappeared along with the doomed 777.

 

Timeline of MH370 disappearanceOpen in a New Window

What happened to Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 before it dropped off radar?

 

Canadians turned away at US border on way to Women's MarchOpen in a New Window

At least two Canadians say they were turned away at the US border after revealing that they intended to go to the Women's March.

 

Worldwide solidarity with women in USOpen in a New Window

Protesters in the United States and around the world are joining marches Saturday to raise awareness of women's rights and other civil rights they fear could be under threat under Donald Trump's presidency.

 

Italy bus crash leaves more than a dozen dead Open in a New Window

A bus returning from a school trip hit a pylon of a bridge near Verona, in Northern Italy on Saturday, leaving at least 16 people dead, according to the country's state-run news agency.

 

Protesters across globe rally for women's rightsOpen in a New Window

Hundreds of thousands of people marched through Washington, D.C., and cities around the world Saturday to show support for women's rights and anger over the election of President Donald Trump.

 

Gambia's defeated leader Jammeh leaves countryOpen in a New Window

Gambia's longtime leader, Yahya Jammeh, has left the country after stepping down as president, following tense negotiations amid the prospect of West African military intervention.

 

Syria could be Trump's biggest problemOpen in a New Window

President Donald Trump has dodged his first big foreign policy challenge.

 

Italy avalanche: All known survivors pulled from rubbleOpen in a New Window

The total number of survivors is now at 11 as four people have been found dead and 20 others are still missing from Hotel Rigopiano.

 

The world reacts as Donald Trump takes powerOpen in a New Window

On the streets, in small gatherings and in the halls of government, people around the globe weighed in on US President Donald Trump's inauguration Friday, anticipating how the real estate tycoon's policies may play out on the world stage. Here is some of the reaction -- including opposition, support and even indifference:

 

Will President Trump restart the drone war in Pakistan?Open in a New Window

The Obama administration effectively halted the CIA drone attacks for the last eight months of its term, and now President Trump has to decide whether to restart them, write Peter Bergen and David Sterman

 

Trump's America: Cartoon views from around the world Open in a New Window

 

7.9 quake strikes off Papua New GuineaOpen in a New Window

A magnitude 7.9 earthquake has struck west of Papua New Guinea.

 

Reports: ISIS destroys facade of Roman theaterOpen in a New Window

ISIS fighters have destroyed part of the historic Roman amphitheater in the ancient city of Palmyra.

 

William and Catherine to move back to LondonOpen in a New Window

Prince William and his wife Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge will be returning to the British capital this year as they look to increase their official work on behalf of the Queen, Kensington Palace said Friday.

 

The fight against sex trafficking is bigger than BackpageOpen in a New Window

On January 9, after an investigation lasting over 21 months, a Senate subcommittee published a scathing report, finding that classified ads website Backpage.com knowingly facilitated online child sex trafficking on the "adult" section of its website.

 

Osama bin Laden, terrorist leader and doting fatherOpen in a New Window

In his final days hiding out in a compound in Pakistan, Osama bin Laden was still trying to control his global terrorist enterprise, while also taking an intense interest in the welfare of his some two dozen children from his five wives.

 

Japan's 1st passenger jet delayed 2 more yearsOpen in a New Window

Japan's first ever homegrown commercial jetliner is facing yet another big delay.

 

How much is Obama's pension worth?Open in a New Window

 

Samsung states official cause of Note 7 firesOpen in a New Window

 

China: We'll be on Mars by end of 2020Open in a New Window

China is aiming to own the race for space in the next decade.

 

'Hidden Figures' explores space race's unsung heroesOpen in a New Window

Some movies rely on a single character to make a compelling experience. "Hidden Figures" has three key characters who could make any other movie on their own. So despite an overly calculated feel, the numbers add up in favor of this uplifting film, which celebrates America's pioneer spirit during the space race while delving into that era's shameful aspects vis-à-vis race and gender.

 

Vera Rubin, dark matter pioneer, diesOpen in a New Window

Vera Rubin, a pioneering astrophysicist who proved the existence of dark matter, had a gift for overcoming daunting challenges.

 

Laughter to be 3D printed and launched into space Open in a New Window

Space travel remains a distant reality for most of the world's population. But, next year, the sound and shape of your laughter could make it aboard the International Space Station.

 

Closing in on Saturn's mysterious hexagonOpen in a New Window

 

Could you live underground?Open in a New Window

Netherlands-based firm Open Platform for Architecture (OPA) is breaking conventions by building into the earth, rather than above it.
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