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Flight 370: Pulses detected again

Flight 370: Pulses detected again

 Ocean Shield has been able to reacquire the signals that are consistent with airplane locator beacons on two more occasions -- both on Tuesday, said Angus Houston, head of the Australian-led search effort on Wednesday.

Fist fight breaks out in Ukraine parliament

The divisions in Ukraine were evident in parliament Tuesday when a brawl erupted on the floor. It began when a Communist party leader blamed nationalists for the protests in the east.
'Honeymoon murder' suspect extradited to South Africa

'Honeymoon murder' suspect extradited to South Africa

The British businessman accused of ordering a hit on his new wife while on honeymoon in South Africa has been returned to the country by UK officials. He denies murdering Anni Dewani, 28, in November 2010 in Cape Town.
Russia warns of civil war if Ukraine uses force to quell eastern revolts

Russia warns of civil war if Ukraine uses force to quell eastern revolts

Russia's Foreign Ministry warned Kiev on Tuesday that any use of force in Ukraine's eastern region could lead to civil war, as Ukraine's government seeks to regain control after pro-Moscow uprisings in three cities.
Oscar Pistorius: I was more into Reeva Steenkamp than she was me

Oscar Pistorius: I was more into Reeva Steenkamp than she was me

Oscar Pistorius told the court at his trial Tuesday that he was "more into" the girlfriend he's accused of murdering, Reeva Steenkamp, than she was into him.
Malaysia Flight 370: New signal sounds 'just like' one from a plane's beacon

Malaysia Flight 370: New signal sounds 'just like' one from a plane's beacon

 Tuesday is Day 32 since Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 disappeared. One hundred and thirty-three search missions have been carried out so far but they have been fruitless.
Prince George's first royal tour: The kid's a natural

Prince George's first royal tour: The kid's a natural

He can't even walk yet but Prince George took a momentous step on Monday in what's set to be a lifetime of royal duties.
Oscar Pistorius opens defense with tearful apology to Steenkamp family

Oscar Pistorius opens defense with tearful apology to Steenkamp family

An emotional Oscar Pistorius apologized Monday to the family of Reeva Steenkamp, the girlfriend he killed on Valentine's Day last year, saying he woke up thinking of them and praying for them every day.
Russia trying to 'dismember' Ukraine through protests, Kiev says

Russia trying to 'dismember' Ukraine through protests, Kiev says

Pro-Russian protesters have seized state buildings in several east Ukrainian cities, prompting accusations from Kiev that Moscow is trying to "dismember" the country.
Titanic Fast Facts

Titanic Fast Facts

Here are some facts about the "unsinkable" R.M.S. Titanic. On April 10, 1912, it set sail on its maiden voyage from Southampton, England, to New York.
It's David Letterman's comedy world

It's David Letterman's comedy world

There was a time when there was nothing like David Letterman on television.
Michael Schumacher shows 'moments of consciousness and awakening'

Michael Schumacher shows 'moments of consciousness and awakening'

He has been in a medically induced coma for over three months, but former Formula One world champion Michael Schumacher has shown "moments of consciousness and awakening," his agent said Friday.
Report: Turkish court lifts total YouTube ban

Report: Turkish court lifts total YouTube ban

A court in Turkey's capital, Ankara, lifted a ban on the YouTube video sharing website Friday, the semiofficial Anadolu news agency reported.
Tick, tock: What happens after the Malaysian plane's crucial pinger dies?

Tick, tock: What happens after the Malaysian plane's crucial pinger dies?

The actual sound is mundane, like the ticking of a second hand on a loud wall clock.
Egyptian extremist group says it's behind Cairo blasts

Egyptian extremist group says it's behind Cairo blasts

A shadowy extremist group calling itself Soldiers of Egypt, or Agnad Masr, claimed responsibility Thursday for three blasts outside Cairo University that killed an Egyptian police brigadier general and injured five others.