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Missing Americans: Loved Ones Desperately Wait for Word From Nepal

The catastrophic earthquake over the weekend took out power and phone service for whole swaths of the country.

Hazing Lawsuit Charges NYC Frat 'Let Pledge Die'

Pi Delta Psi members are accused of fatally injuring Michael Deng and then trying to covering it up.

Tiny Puppy Left to Die in Trash Bin

An Arizona woman rescues tiny puppy left to die in a dumpster. KPNX's Mark Curtis reports.

Cops: Teen Murdered Boy, 9, During Sleepover

A California 18-year-old man is accused of stabbing his friend's 9-year-old brother to death during sleepover. Claire Doan reports.

Dead Baby Found at Sorority House

A newborn's remains are found in front of Muskingum University's Delta Gamma Theta sorority house. WCMH's Liz Adeola reports.

'Heroic': Teacher Tackles Shooter at Washington School

A teacher at a Washington state high school detained a shooter Monday morning before anyone was injured, according to police.

Mourners for Freddie Gray Grieve 'Corrosion of Justice'

Freddie Gray, 25, a man who died of apparent spinal injuries a week after an arrest by Baltimore police officers, was more than a symbol.

Wounded Afghan War Vet Survives Avalanche on Everest

Army veteran Benjamin Breckheimer was attempting to become the first Wounded Warrior to scale Mt. Everest when a massive earthquake rocked Nepal. WBBH's Joe Roetz reports.

Watch Live: State Department Press Briefing

Watch the daily U.S. State Department Briefing.

Tsarnaev Defense to Jury: Give Him Life in Prison

Convicted Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev's defense team began its case against his execution on Monday.

Tulsa Sheriff's Official Resigns After Shooting Death

The sheriff said he accepted the resignation "as we look as a community for answers."

Baby Found in Dumpster in 1989 Meets Rescuer, Dad

A man who was rescued from a dumpster by a Santa Ana police officer 25 years ago was reunited with the same officer and his biological father.

Watch Live: Freddie Gray Funeral

Funeral for Freddie Gray, who died after suffering a fatal spinal injury while in custody of the Baltimore police, will be held at New Shiloh Baptist Church.

Clinton Foundation Admits 'Mistakes' in Tax Returns

The acting CEO of the Clinton Foundation said Sunday there were mistakes on its tax returns but says its total revenue was accurately reported.

Professor Accidentally Sends Porn to Her Students

A Philadelphia law school professor says she was "mortified" when she discovered that she had inadvertently sent students a link to a porn site.

'Dangerous' Mile-Wide Tornado Roars Through Texas

An "extremely dangerous" tornado was confirmed Sunday night in north-central Texas, the National Weather Service said.

CIA Cash Gets Media Mogul Kicked Out of Journalists Union

The U.S. government's covert role in the brutal overthrow of President Salvador Allende — Chile's 9/11 — is angering Chileans once again.

Flyer Arrested at Airport With 18 Pounds of Pot: Cops

A Bronx man was arrested at LaGuardia Airport for attempting to board a flight with 18 pounds of marijuana in his luggage, police said.

UFC Champ Suspected in Pregnant Woman's Hit-and-Run

Champion UFC fighter Jon 'Bones' Jones was named as a suspect in a hit-and-run accident involving a pregnant woman in New Mexico, police said.

Corinthian Colleges Close, Classes End for 16k Overnight

In what's believed to be the biggest shutdown ever in higher education, Corinthian Colleges closed its 28 for-profit schools effective immediately.

Loved Ones Mourn Freddie Gray After Night of Protest

Mourners filed quietly in and out of Vaughn Greene East Funeral Home to honor Freddie Gray, who died April 19, a week after his arrest.

Two Dead, Five Missing After Storm Hits Alabama Regatta

Coast Guard crews were scouring the waters near Mobile Bay on Sunday for five sailors who were missing after a number of boats capsized in a storm.

Is He Insane? Aurora Massacre Jury Will Have to Decide

The trial of accused Aurora shooter, James Holmes, will require the largest trial pool ever in U.S. history.

Inside the Eye of Deadly Alabama Storm

Video gives a point-of-view vision of an Alabama storm that caused several boats to capsize, causing causalities.

Anonymous Donor Pays Oso Mudslide Victim's Mortgage

Tim Ward lost his wife, his home and his pets in a landslide. One person who saw his story reached out to help him.

Thousands Rally in Times Square to Mark Armenian Deaths

Thousands packed New York's Times Square to demand the U.S. government recognize the World War I deaths of 1.5 million Armenians as genocide.

Meet the Man Who Filed Historic Gay Marriage Case

Obergefell, 48, filed a marriage equality lawsuit in 2013 that has winded its way to the Supreme Court in a landmark case being heard Tuesday.

After Freddie Gray's Death, Maryland May Be a State Divided

As mourns remember Freddie Gray in Baltimore, a group gathers to show its support for law enforcement in Annapolis, Maryland.

The Week in Pictures

Dramatic lightning strikes, protests against brutality, migrants rescued and more.

'Heartbroken': 3 Americans Killed in Nepal Quake

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