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  • Nepal Earthquake: Climbers Caught on Everest With No Way Down

    A group of U.S. climbers was caught climbing Mt. Everest when the earthquake and avalanche hit, and today found themselves with no way down. Garrett Madison of Madison Mountaineering said the group managed to make it to Camp 2 after the avalanche, but they learned that their base camp had been…

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  • Photographer Documents Aftermath of Mt. Everest Avalanche

    A photographer for an international team of climbers snapped a series of photos this morning documenting the destruction on Mt. Everest in the wake of the avalanche triggered by Nepal's massive earthquake.Elia Saikaly is the photographer for 6 Summits Challenge, an international team of climbers…

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  • 3 Americans Among Thousands Dead in Nepal Earthquake

    Three Americans were among those killed in the avalanche on Mt. Everest triggered by the massive earthquake that struck Nepal on Saturday. Seattle-based Madison Mountaineering said on its website that Marisa Eve Girawong was a camp medic who was killed when the avalanche hit the base camp where…

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  • 2 Dead, 5 Missing After Storm Capsizes Sailboats in Alabama

    A second body was found in Alabama waters after a storm capsized several sailboats during a regatta, the Alabama Department of Public Safety said today.One body was found Saturday night and the second body was found this morning, according to the state's Department of Public Safety. Neither has…

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  • Potential Shift in Hostage Policy: Officials to Recommend Families Be Free to Pay Ransom

    Families of American hostages who communicate with foreign kidnappers or raise money and pay ransoms will no longer have to fear prosecution for aiding terrorist groups, a White House-ordered advisory group on U.S. hostage policy is expected to recommend, senior officials told ABC News last week. …

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  • Nepal Earthquake: Death Toll Jumps Over 2,100

    Rescue crews were racing to pull survivors from the rubble this evening after a powerful earthquake struck Nepal, even as officials said the death toll had soared over 2,100. The magnitude-7.8 quake toppled temples and triggered an avalanche on Mt. Everest. At least 2,100 people have been killed,…

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  • Why the Social Security Number Should Be Dead

    An Even Bigger Problem Than Identity Theft This Holiday Shopping Season

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  • The Favorite Hotels of the British Royal Family

    Because we think that might be the case with us and the Duchess of Cambridge's second bundle of joy. This is where the Duchess of Cambridge -- a.k.a. Princess Kate -- stayed the night before her wedding, and capacity overflow from private events at Buckingham Palace is regularly accommodated. …

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  • Hottest Vacation Cities for Cheapskates

    Where in the world do you want to go this summer? I've got some ideas, especially for the cheapskates among us.That's no slur. I'm a cheapskate, too.Unfortunately, the deck appears to be stacked against us frugal flyers, partly because airlines are riding so high these days. Profits are up, fuels…

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  • Fisherman Rescued Last Year Again Missing at Sea

    A fisherman who was rescued last year after spending 12 days missing at sea vanished again when his fishing boat capsized off Hawaii. The Coast Guard began searching for Ron Ingraham early Friday, hours after his fishing vessel ran aground near Lanai, Hawaii. The Coast Guard found his boat, named…

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  • 7 Things You May Not Know About the Royal Family

    She would pass Queen Victoria in September as having the longest reign of any king or queen of the British monarchy. The queen is also the 40th monarch since William the Conqueror wore the crown. Buckingham Palace has 775 rooms. 3 – The Duchess of Cambridge’s parents both worked for British…

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  • The 12 Biggest Moments From Bruce Jenner: The Interview

    “For all intents and purposes, I’m a woman,” Jenner said. “People look at me differently. They see you as this macho male, but my heart and my soul and everything that I do in life -- it is part of me.”

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  • Watch What Happens When a Donut Goes to Space

    Two Swedish brothers took a weather balloon and used it to send what they're calling the first ever donut in space. A camera shows the pink frosted donut with sprinkles as it appears to take its helium-fueled ride high into the sky. The land below appears smaller and smaller as the donut makes…

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  • Chile Volcano Eruption: Hiker Witnesses Exact Moment Calbuco Erupts

    The exact moment Chile's Calbuco volcano erupted was captured on video and uploaded to YouTube by a man hiking in Llanquigue National Reserve, according to the video's description. The video shows a forest area with gentle waterfalls that appears to be a distance away from the foot of the…

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