10 things to know for Thursday, March 13: Malaysia disputes report that missing plane kept flying
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The country's defense minister denies a newspaper report that engine data from the missing Boeing 777 indicated it may have kept flying for hours after its last communication.
The rescue efforts have been hampered by cold, rainy weather, and the massive piles of debris.
Police say two people were killed after a drunken driver crashed through barricades set up for the festival on a crowded street. More than 20 others were hurt, five critically.
In Karachi, 44 police officers were killed in the first two months of the year. Authorities blame the Pakistani Taliban and affiliated militant groups.
The ruling says the envoy — whose arrest and strip-search in New York City caused an international flap — had diplomatic immunity.
A trademark dispute for the Schlafly family: Conservative activist Phyllis Schlafly doesn't like the last name being used for a brewery co-founded by her nephew.
The automaker initially excluded the Saturn Ion from a recall for faulty ignition switches, despite fatal crashes involving the car.
The attorney general is supporting a plan that would shorten prison terms for some non-violent drug traffickers.
Arthur Chu caused an uproar for his aggressive style of play, but finished with zero dollars in the latest edition.
Darren Sharper, a former NFL All-Pro safety, is accused of drugging and sexually assaulting women.