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The death toll in a powerful earthquake that struck Taiwan's oldest city of Tainan a week ago rose to 109 on Saturday with an estimated nine people missing.









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Former NBA player Lamar Odom attended Kanye West's album launch in New York.









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The former Secretary of State said, "One might assume I know better than to tell a large number of women to go to hell," in a New York Times op-ed.









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The meeting comes nearly 1,000 years after Eastern Orthodoxy split with Rome. They will address the rift between the two branches of Christianity.









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One 15-year-old girl fatally shot another and then killed herself at Independence High School in Glendale, police said. A suicide note was found.









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An Alabama woman convicted of capital murder in the running death of her granddaughter died less than a year into her life sentence for the killing.









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Mohamed Barry came to the attention of the FBI after he made radical comments. Barry slashed four in a restaurant and was later killed by police.









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The Northeast is being warned to brace for what could be the coldest temperatures in over a decade this Valentine's Day weekend.









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The Republican field narrows to six with the suspension of the long-shot campaign.









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Snyder will appear before the House Oversight Committee about the situation in Flint, in which residents were exposed to lead contamination.









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4 brave men dived into a freezing canal to conduct a rescue operation after a car carrying a mother and infant crashed into the water.









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"Please come out of there," Ammon Bundy said in message to David Fry.









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An occupation at an Oregon wildlife refuge came to an end this week, as did two Republican presidential campaigns following the N.H. primaries.









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The Ted Cruz versus Donald Trump battle has made its way to South Carolina.









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Lawyers for two alleged teen victims of Palm Beach billionaire Jeffrey Epstein say 30 or more alleged victims weren't told of his "lenient" plea deal.









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Everyone at Independence High School had been accounted for after the shooting occurred just before 8 a.m. local time, Glendale police said.









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Want to go back in time to that date? Just make sure you don't do it on your iPhone.









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Pope Francis wears a traditional Mexican sombrero hat he received as a gift by a Mexican journalist aboard the plane during Friday's flight from Rome









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The textbooks, produced with publicly available material, are issued for free or a fraction of the hundreds of dollars typically spent on books.









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