Earthquake death toll passes 46,000; desperation for signs of life

(Reuters) – More than 46,000 people have been killed in the earthquake that struck Turkey

One shot dead, three wounded in Texas mall shooting

(Reuters) – One person was killed and three others wounded in a shooting at an

North Korean food shortage seems to be worsening, South Korea says

(Reuters) – A North Korean food crisis appears to have deteriorated, South Korea said on

NTSB says it will investigate plane’s steep dive off Hawaii

(AP) — The National Transportation Safety Board said Tuesday it will investigate a December flight

Nine survivors pulled from Turkey’s rubble as earthquake death toll passes 40,000

(Reuters) – Nine survivors were rescued from the rubble in Turkey on Tuesday, more than

Air India to buy 250 planes from Airbus as it transforms under Tata

(Reuters) – Air India has agreed to buy 250 jets from Airbus (AIR.PA), part of

Kenya seeks divine help to end crippling, ongoing drought

(AP) — With the prospect of a sixth consecutive failed rainy season in the east

At least 3 dead, 5 injured in shooting at Michigan State University

(Reuters) – At least three people were killed and five injured after a gunman opened

Adani hires Grant Thornton for some independent audits after Hindenburg fallout

(Reuters) – India’s Adani Group has appointed accountancy firm Grant Thornton for independent audits of

Apple supplier Salcomp to more than double Indian workforce to 25,000

(Reuters) – Finland’s Salcomp, a supplier to U.S. tech group Apple (AAPL.O), is looking to