10 Things to Know for Friday, April 18: Tragedy on the world's highest peak
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:
Pro-Russian insurgents in the east who have been occupying government buildings say they will only leave them if the interim government in Kiev resigns.
Officials say they're looking at whether the third mate ordered a turn whose degree was so sharp that it caused the ship to list.
An avalanche on Mount Everest kills at least 12 local guides, and three more are missing in the deadliest disaster in the mountain's history.
It explains how the government will gather the user data of online visitors to WhiteHouse.gov, mobile apps and social media sites. It also clarifies that online comments are in the open domain.
New numbers on "Obamacare" enrollment are encouraging to the president, but still to be announced is how many of those were previously uninsured.
Christians are marking Good Friday with prayers and processions through Jerusalem's Old City, while Pope Francis joins a torch-lit Via Crucis procession later in the day.
Sean Collier will be honored in a ceremony at MIT, and some 25 friends and family will run the marathon to raise money for a scholarship fund named for him.
The admission by Beijing is a stunning indictment of unfettered industrialization under the Communist Party's authoritarian rule.
Search warrants say the man accused of killing his wife while she was on the phone with a dispatcher had eaten marijuana-infused candy from one of Denver's pot dispensaries.
St. Louis outlasted the Chicago Blackhawks 4-3 in triple overtime to take Game 1 of its NHL playoff series.