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Cops and Colleges Blame Social Media for School Riots

At least 10 riots have rocked colleges in the past two months, resulting in hundreds of arrests and dozens of injuries amid a growing sense that social media are helping to fuel misbehavior at student mass gatherings.
 
Cardinal Dolan, loyal anti-gay marriage American

"We're used to being out of step." Amen.
 
Cardinal Dolan, loyal anti-gay marriage American

"We're used to being out of step." Amen.
 
Suicide bomber attack kills 12 north of Kut

At least 12 people, including policemen, are dead and 26 others wounded when a suicide bomber blows himself up at a checkpoint north of Kut province. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
 
Mount Everest Sherpas Consider Climbing Season Strike

More than 300 Sherpa guides at Nepal's Mount Everest gave the government an ultimatum: Give the victims' families more money, or climbing season ends.
 
Sherpa community mourns for those killed in Everests avalanche

Nepalese march in honor of the Sherpas who were killed in Friday's avalance on Mount Everest. Nathan Frandino reports.
 
Whats News:: Syria Sets An Election Date

What's News: Syria sets an election date, Barclays to sell most of its commodities business and Boston Marathon raises level of security.
 

Once the province of activists and stoners, the traditional pot holiday of April 20 has gone mainstream in the first state in the nation to legalize recreational marijuana. Tens of thousands gathered for a weekend of Colorado cannabis-themed festivals and entertainment, from a marijuana industry expo called the Cannabis Cup at a trade center north of downtown to 4/20-themed concerts at the legendary Red Rocks Amphitheater with acts including Slightly Stoopid and Snoop Dogg, to a massive festival at Civic Center Park, in the shadow of the state capitol, where clouds of cannabis smoke are expected to waft at 4:20 p.m. Sunday.
 
Activist: People of Slaviansk want peace

A day after a deadly shooting in Slaviansk, one activist says they just want peace. Meanwhile, Russia blames Kiev for failing to control extremists. Nathan Frandino reports.
 
Activist: People of Slaviansk want peace

A day after a deadly shooting in Slaviansk, one activist says they just want peace. Meanwhile, Russia blames Kiev for failing to control extremists. Nathan Frandino reports.
 
U.S.-Russia Relations Come Full Circle After Ukraine

The Ukraine crisis shows how the U.S. administration erred by behaving as if relations with Russia had moved permanently beyond Cold War tensions, staking too much capital on Medvedev while Putin was temporarily out of the presidency. William Mauldin reports. Photo: AP.
 
U.S.-Russia Relations Come Full Circle After Ukraine

The Ukraine crisis shows how the U.S. administration erred by behaving as if relations with Russia had moved permanently beyond Cold War tensions, staking too much capital on Medvedev while Putin was temporarily out of the presidency. William Mauldin reports. Photo: AP.
 
South Korean President Faults Ferry Crew

South Korean President Park Geun-hye, facing criticism over the government's handling of last week's ferry sinking, said Monday that the captain and crew's actions were "tantamount to murder." Ashby Jones reports. Photo: Getty.
 
Lindsay Lohan: I Had A Miscarriage

In the finale of her OWN docuseries, Lindsay Lohan dropped a bomb revealing why she refused to film for the show for two weeks.
 
U.S. May Redirect More Than $1 Billion in Sandy Aid

Federal officials may divert more than $1 billion of aid money to disasters other than superstorm Sandy, money that New York and New Jersey are banking on to finish repairs to thousands of homes and complete major infrastructure projects. Laura Kusisto reports. Photo: Getty.
 
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