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Families' next step: Demanding answers from Boeing on MH370

Families' next step: Demanding answers from Boeing on MH370

Families of Flight 370 passengers are taking a new step in their desperate search for information on what happened to their loved ones: turning to a U.S. company.
GM's $1.3 billion recall cost wipes out profit

GM's $1.3 billion recall cost wipes out profit

General Motors' recall crisis virtually wiped out its profit for the first three months of the year, as it said Thursday that the cost of repairing millions of vehicles would come to $1.3 billion.
Ukraine: 5 die as government forces clash with pro-Russians

Ukraine: 5 die as government forces clash with pro-Russians

Ukrainian forces killed five militants during operations to take down pro-Russians' roadblocks in Slavyansk on Thursday, the Ukrainian Interior Ministry said, in what appeared to be a significant escalation of violence in the country.
NRA gathers as gun debate cools, shifts focus

NRA gathers as gun debate cools, shifts focus

The National Rifle Association holds its annual meeting with the gun debate cooling overall and pivoting to the states, where gun-control advocates are recalibrating their efforts.
Internet TV case: Justices skeptical, concerned

Internet TV case: Justices skeptical, concerned

The Houston Chronicle is reporting; grappling with fast-changing technology, Supreme Court justices debated Tuesday whether they can protect the copyrights of TV broadcasters to the shows they send out without strangling innovations in the use
Teen joyride turns deadly in Conroe

Teen joyride turns deadly in Conroe

The Houston Chronicle is reporting; A traffic crash late Monday near Conroe killed the 15-year-old passenger and injured the unlicensed teen driver.
Skyrocketing shrimp prices put squeeze on restaurants, stores

Skyrocketing shrimp prices put squeeze on restaurants, stores

The Houston Chronicle is reporting; anyone who eats shrimp can't help noticing that the price has jumped around the past four years and is now sky high.
5 former Buffalo Bills cheerleaders sue over pay

5 former Buffalo Bills cheerleaders sue over pay

The Houston Chronicle is reporting; five former Buffalo Bills cheerleaders on Tuesday sued the team over a pay system they say had them working hundreds of hours for free at games and at mandatory public appearances at which they were subjected
Everest avalanche: American climber recounts how Sherpa saved his life

Everest avalanche: American climber recounts how Sherpa saved his life

To set foot on Mount Everest is to risk death. Mountaineering tourists and their native Nepali guides both have this on their minds, as they straddle cavernous ravines in the ice.