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3/25/2015 - Newser / John Johnson
A seemingly dramatic turn in the investigation of the Germanwings plane crash : Audio reveals that one pilot was locked out of the cockpit before the plane went down and tried desperately to get back inside, reports the New York Times . The oth . . .
3/25/2015 - Business
HALTERN, Germany (AP) — Students at the main high school in the western German town of Haltern are gathering by an ever-growing memorial of candles and flowers, weeping and hugging as they mourn the loss of 16 classmates and two teachers who di . . .
3/25/2015 - The Huffington Post / Catherine Taibi
FERGUSON, Mo. (AP) — One of about two dozen journalists arrested while covering the unrest in Ferguson, Missouri, plans to fight the charges at trial. St. Louis-based videographer Mary Moore was charged with municipal violations . . .
3/25/2015 - NY Times / Jodi Rudoren
Tensions between Israel and the U.S. have soared, and even Benjamin Netanyahu’s critics have been astonished by President Obama’s criticism of the Israeli leader.
3/25/2015 - ABC News
Coalition official: US-led force providing surveillance flights over Islamic State-held Tikrit
3/25/2015 - The Globe and Mail / Eric Olson
Teams are playing more regular-season games than ever, which is giving them more chances to lose. Of the final 16 schools in this year’s tournament, six have at least 10 losses
3/25/2015 - NPR / Nayana Davis
When Sen. Ted Cruz threw his hat into the ring, it happened first on Twitter. Political news is breaking more and more on social media, and both sides face different challenges in reaching out.
3/25/2015 - USATODAY.com
The eaglet baby watch is over. Thousands have watched live-streaming video of two eagles take turns keeping their eggs warm since late Janua...       
3/25/2015 - BBC
Prime Minister David Cameron apologises on behalf of the British government to victims of the contaminated blood scandal.
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3/25/2015 - BBC
At least one person is killed and several others are injured after a tornado roared through the city of Tulsa in the US state of Oklahoma.
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