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Flight MH370 Search Officially Ends

The fruitless search for the Boeing 777-200 had been carried out for nearly three years in a remote part of the southern Indian Ocean, costing $160 million.

Airbus To Test Flying Car By End Of 2017

The French aerospace company’s CEO Tom Enders confirmed the plans Monday while speaking at a digital technology conference in Munich.
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North Korea’s Political Defections On The Rise

According to Seoul's official data, the number of defectors from North Korea rose to 1,417 people in 2016, following years of decreasing numbers.

What Is Trump's Beef With NATO?

Six months ago, he told the New York Times he wouldn't help allies unless they pay their bills. Now he's calling the whole alliance "obsolete."

Clinton Joins Long Line Of Election Losers To Attend Inauguration

The former secretary of state and first lady is expected to watch Donald Trump take the oath of office Friday.

Astronaut Gene Cernan Dies At 82

The NASA astronaut, who was part of the Apollo lunar missions, was the last man to have walked on the surface of the moon, in May 1972.

Read Obama's Farewell Address

"I am asking you to believe," the president said. "Not in my ability to bring about change – but in yours."

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Who's Winning The Trump vs. Lewis Feud Now?

The spat between the congressman and president-elect has sent two of Rep. John Lewis' books to the top of Amazon's bestseller list.

Trump Faces Tough Odds To Complete Term

Even before he is sworn into office on Friday, President-elect Donald Trump faces obstacles to staying in office.
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Watch Martin Luther King Jr.’s ‘I Have A Dream’ Speech

The civil rights activist's work is credited with putting an end to the legal segregation of African Americans in the country.

6 Facts About Martin Luther King Jr. Assassination

The civil rights leader was assassinated while standing on the balcony of a motel in Memphis in 1968.