Sunday, 26 April 2015  
Devastating Nepal quake kills over 1,300, some in Everest avalanche

KATHMANDU (Reuters) - A powerful earthquake struck Nepal and sent tremors through northern India on Saturday, killing more than 1,300 people, touching off a deadly avalanche on Mount Everest and toppling a 19th-century tower in the capital Kathmandu.

Check your county: Arrest rates by race

Blacks are far more likely to be arrested than people of other races, and in some places, dramatically so.


Raw: Leaders mark 100th year of Gallipoli battle

World leaders laid wreaths during an emotional ceremony at Anzac Cove marking the centennial of the ill-fated British-led dawn landings on Turkey's Gallipoli peninsula by Australian, New Zealand and other Allied troops in World War I. (April 25)


Protesters take to the streets of Baltimore for Freddie Gray
How to help victims of Nepal quake
Nepal quake: Hundreds dead, Everest shaken
Blue Bell fans rally, search for alternative treat
Starbucks computer glitch leads to free drinks
Whole Foods imagines a world without bees
Communities around the country find ways to care for Earth
The man who may one-up Darwin (OZY)
780,000 chemical weapons being destroyed in Colo.
The President Daydreams on Iran

Mortimer Zuckerman, Wall St. Journal
Anyone who looks at the nuclear deal and sees success is living in a world of rainbows and unicorns.


Why People Misunderstand Each Other
An Odd Place for a Ted Cruz Stopover
How Long Will Democrats Stand by Clinton?
Snarking Clinton Is Not the Way to the White House
Lindsey Graham 2016?
Is There A Way To Make Valve's Paid 'Skyrim' Mod Store Work For Everyone?

If there’s one sentiment I saw repeatedly in reaction to my piece yesterday about how Valve’s new Skyrim mod store is a disaster in many ways, it’s that fans and modders can all agree on one thing: The idea of paying good modders for good mods is just fine.


Diane Sawyer's Bruce Jenner Interview Draws Millions
Tax Savings To Clear Path For Josh Hamilton's Return To Texas Rangers
For the Boeing 787 Dreamliner, the Bloom is Finally Off the Rose
Google Mobile Friendly Algorithm Gives Small Businesses The Advantage
Deutsche Bank's Record Fine Reveals Its Rotten Heart


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