Pope Francis calls for peace in Easter message AP: Pope Francis used his annual Easter message in front of large crowds at the Vatican to call for peace in Syria, Ukraine and for an end to terror attacks in Nigeria that have targeted many Christians.
More bodies discovered in search of sunken South Korean ferry NBC News: Officials recovered 13 more bodies from a sunken ferry of the coast of South Korea on Sunday, bringing the death toll to 46.
Monster El Nino may be brewing, experts say NBC News: Researchers are keeping a close eye on a giant pool of abnormally warm water in the Pacific Ocean that some think could trigger another El Niño of epic proportions if it rises to the surface.
A strange shadowy form spotted using Apple’s satellite map app has Loch Ness Monster believers convinced that the sea monster has been found.
Standing at over 1,000 meters (3,280 feet), the Kingdom Tower in Saudi Arabia is set to become the world’s tallest tower, beating its closest rival Burj Khalifa in Dubai by nearly 600 feet.
SpaceX launchesc argo delivery mission to ISS NBC News: SpaceX launched a cargo mission to supply the International Space Station with the Falcon 9 rocket today.
Associated Press: The U.S. State Department says it is giving federal agencies more time to review the Keystone XL pipeline before deciding whether to issue a permit.
Powerful 7.2 magnitude earthquake shakes Mexico City Reuters: A powerful earthquake struck Mexico on Friday, shaking buildings in the capital and sending people running out into the street, although there were no early reports of major damage.
NBC News: At least 13 sherpas dead as Everest’s ‘most deadly’ avalanche sweeps down mountain. Get the latest news at breakingnews.com
British teenager, Abdullah Deghayes, 18, killed 'while fighting in Syria': Abdullah Deghayes, 18, is understood to have died within a few weeks of arriving in the war torn country from his Brighton home
Associated Press: A Nepalese tourism official says six local guides have been killed and nine more are missing after an avalanche swept a route used to ascend the world’s highest peak.
Michaels says 3 million cards impacted by security breach NBC News: Arts and crafts retailer Michaels confirmed Thursday that about 3 million credit and debit cards were affected by a security breach at its stores. The retailer said the breach affected approximately 2.6 million cards at its namesake stores between May 8 and Jan.
AP: Nobel laureate Gabriel Garcia Marquez dies at 87, source says The Associated Press reports that a source close to the family confirms Nobel laureate Gabriel Garcia Marquez has died at age 87.
AP: US Secretary of State John Kerry and Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov announced a deal on Thursday to calm tensions over Ukraine between Russia and the Western world.
Portland reservoir to be drained after teen urinates in water NBC News: Portland, Ore., officials plan to drain millions of gallons of treated drinking water from a city reservoir after a teenager was caught on surveillance cameras urinating into it.
Severe weather affecting ferry search operation BBC News:Search and rescue efforts at the site of the South Korean ferry disaster have been hampered by severe weather, murky water and strong currents as divers from South Korea’s Navy and Coast Guard attempt to reach cabins in the vessel.
South Korean officials: 9 confirmed dead, 287 missing in ferry sinking AP: The coast guard said it found two more bodies off the southern coast of South Korea, bringing the confirmed death toll to nine after a ferry flipped on its side on Wednesday.
Canadian police arrest teen in connection to Heartbleed bug attack CBC News: Canadian police arrested a 19-year-old man in London, Ontario, on Wednesday in connection to the theft of tax-payer information through the Heartbleed bug.
Hundreds missing in South Korea ferry disaster NBC News: Hundreds of people remain missing after a large passenger ferry capsized and is sinking off the coast of South Korea, officials say.
Police detonate bags left at Boston Marathon finish line NBC News: Police evacuated the block surrounding the Boston Marathon finish line Tuesday after a man dropped two bags in the area. As a precaution, a bomb squad detonated the bags after using a remote-controlled robot to examine one.