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Parts of Heathrow Airport in London were closed on Friday as a plane was forced to make an emergency landing with its engine on fire.
Russia's Far East region was rocked on Friday by a powerful earthquake that geologists put between 8.0 and 8.2 on the Richter scale.
A loud explosion, followed up by heavy gunfire, was heard in the capital city of Kabul near government buildings on Friday afternoon around 4 p.m local time.
Three people were pulled from their cars and saved from drowning after a bridge in Washington state along a heavily traveled commuter route collapsed late Thursday.
Stockholm is in chaos, as hundreds of youths on Friday set fire to nearly a dozen cars, two schools and a police station as violent protests in Sweden's capital city enter their fifth day.
British authorities on Friday sent fighter jets to escort a plane from Pakistan that's carrying nearly 300 passengers.
One person was killed and another seriously injured in a parking garage collapse at the Westfield Montgomery Mall in Bethesda on Thursday afternoon.
As of Wednesday night, more than 2,200 individuals impacted by the tornadoes in Oklahoma had registered with FEMA for direct assistance available through the major disaster declaration provided Monday night, a White House official said.
A northern Indiana school superintendent says most of the several dozen students hurt in a chain-reaction crash involving four buses have been released from hospitals.
Faced with a flooded course in which some fairways were more suited for fishing than playing golf, the LPGA Tour found a unique solution Thursday. It shortened the Ocean Club to 12 holes for at least the first round of its inaugural Bahamas Classic.
As Moore, Okla., begins to dig out of the wreckage wrought by Monday's killer storm, attention is shifting to the steps state officials may take to limit the loss of life the next time a tornado strikes — a question of "when," not "if."
A memorial service is scheduled this weekend for a Detroit-area youth minister killed Sunday in a car crash on his way to Myrtle Beach to honeymoon with his wife.
The same weather phenomenon that brought unusually cold temperatures to the East Coast this spring is being blamed for the massive and devastating tornadoes that tore through Oklahoma this week: A jet stream that refused to leave.
The convergence of two events this week — one by the hand of God, the other man-made — might leave us asking, "What can I do?" and "What should our government do?"
Just a day after the devastating tornadoes struck in Oklahoma, the mayor of Moore — which was practically wiped out by the storm winds — is calling for new regulations aimed at preventing a similar calamity.