10 things to know for Tuesday, April 29: More than two dozen dead in severe storms in US
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:
Tornadoes, flash floods, hail and thunderstorms rampage through the Midwest and South, leaving behind a wide swath of destruction and death.
Washington and the European Union impose new sanctions on Moscow over the escalation in Ukraine
Pyongyang's military exercise could reflect its frustration at receiving little international aid.
The top American diplomat was criticized for saying the Jewish state could become an “apartheid state” if it doesn’t reach peace with the Palestinians.
A coalition of clergy members challenge the law saying they would like to perform same-sex marriage ceremonies, but the “unjust law” violates their right to religious freedom
After crews spend five weeks sifting through mud and debris, recovering 41 of 43 missing in the mudslide, officials call off the search. It could resume if new areas become more accessible.
A group trying to save part of the Michigan factory made famous by Rosie the Riveter needs a million dollars this week to save the former bomber-building plant from demolition.
Commissioner Adam Silver will reveal whether any disciplinary action will be taken against Donald Sterling for purportedly making racist comments.
About one in 25 people imprisoned under a death sentence is likely innocent, according to a new study.
George Clooney is engaged to Amal Alamuddin, a 36-year-old international law attorney.