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Raising the dead from S. Korea ferry disaster

Three years after the Sewol ferry sank and killed 304 people, the vessel was raised to the surface in South Korea. CNN's Paula Hancocks reports.

Officer, 3 others fatally shot in Wisconsin…

Four people including a police officer are dead and a suspect is in custody after shootings at a bank and a law firm, followed by a standoff at an apartment complex in northern Wisconsin

Man arrested after abducted woman escapes from…

A man recently freed from prison in Alabama is accused of abducting a woman whose dramatic escape from her car trunk was captured on video

Cardinal William Keeler dies at 86; led oldest…

Cardinal William Keeler, who helped ease tensions between Catholics and Jews and headed the oldest Roman Catholic diocese in the U.S. for 18 years, has died

Rep. Jordan will only vote for GOP health care…

Freedom Caucus member provides insight

Israel, Greece, Cyprus: Cooperation and combating…

Endy Zemenides, David Harris, and Nia Yancopoulos discuss the Israeli-Greek-Cypriot Alliance and how it can help U.S. interests and security on a worldwide scale

The Latest: EU security chief sees link with…

European Union Security Commissioner Julian King is suggesting there could be a link between the attack in London and the suicide bombings in Brussels exactly one year ago

Less-educated middle-age US whites dying younger…

Middle-age white Americans with limited education are increasingly dying younger, on average, than other middle-age U.S. adults, a trend driven by their dwindling economic opportunities, research by two Princeton University economists has found

Simple steps to get rich from a self-made…

Grant Cardone went from broke to millionaire in under ten years.

Nintendo explains Switch issue and Google Maps…

The biggest tech news of the day include Nintendo's Switch controller issue seems to be fixed, Instagram letting advertisers book appointments and Google adding a location-sharing feature to its Maps app.

Where Westminster Attacker Struck

An armed man drove into pedestrians on Westminster Bridge then stabbed a police officer.

The New York Times - House Tour | A Philip…

From The New York Times: The architect's only private residence in New York City — once an artists' salon.By: By DEAN KAUFMAN. Watch the original video on Times Video: https://nyti.ms/2mTGULv

Spending Money on Experiences Makes You a Better…

Thomas Gilovich, Ph.D., professor of psychology at Cornell University and co-author a new study on gratitude, discovered in recent study that spend more money on experiences, and less on material objects automatically infuses gratitude in one's life.

Boris Johnson: Attacker's values will not prevail

UK Foreign Secy. Boris Johnson discusses the London terror attack and why the attacker's values will not prevail. Johnson also discusses surveillance and why it's 'business as normal' in London.

Chris Matthews: This Russian connection just…

Chris Matthews wonders what President Trump worries about more: North Korea or the media discovering his connection with Russia.

Hillary Clinton says she's "Coming Out of the…

Post Game: Katty Kay and Bob Costa talk with NBC's Jordan Frasier about President Trump’s credibility and Hillary Clinton coming “out of the woods.”

President Trump Shuts Down Teen's Site of Kittens…

President Trump sent a "cease and desist" letter to a teen whose website involves his face and kittens. Nathan Rousseau Smith (@fantasticmrnate) shows us.

AP Exclusive: US probes banking of ex-Trump…

U.S. Treasury agents have recently obtained information about offshore financial transactions involving President Donald Trump's former campaign chairman, Paul Manafort, as part of a sweeping anti-corruption probe into his work in Eastern Europe

Authorities say off-duty officer shot man in Atlanta

State authorities are investigating after they say an undercover officer shot a man in Atlanta

Stocks steady after London attack, U.S. vote looms

Stocks and sterling hold their ground as markets take the latest European terror attack, this time in London one of the world's financial capitals, largely in their stride. Sonia Legg reports.

US new home sales rise despite higher mortgage rates

Americans shrugged off higher mortgage rates and snapped up new homes in February at the fastest pace since July

Kentucky's new abortion law faces first legal test

Kentucky's new law requiring doctors to perform an ultrasound exam before an abortion is about to get its first legal challenge in a federal courtroom in Louisville

'Borked': How A 1987 SCOTUS Nominee Still Affects…

The events that led to Judge Robert Bork's rejection changed the SCOTUS nomination process forever. Now, the strategy even carries his name.

MP's emotional tribute to fallen officer

Member of Parliament James Cleverly paid tribute to Keith Palmer, who was killed in the London attack on March 22, 2017.