Estimates indicate the boat may have been carrying as many as 700 people: Only 28 have been rescued so far. It is the second such incident in the past week.
The governor of Iraq's strife-torn Anbar province says the situation is spiraling out of control to an unprecedented degree.
A report by the Washington Post reveals FBI analysts gave fundamentally flawed testimony in hundreds of criminal trials.
The FCC and Justice Department both are concerned about the power a merged company would have over broadband Internet service and TV channel owners.
The latest chapter in the eurozone saga was on the agenda at the spring meetings of the International Monetary Fund and World Bank in Washington this weekend.
Some in the crowd addressed by Jacob Zuma say his response to a spate of xenophobic attacks in the country came too late.
As the Republican field remains wide open, candidates tried to distinguish themselves from their potential opponents. Donald Trump made an appearance, too.
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