• 4 questions about missing Malaysian plane answered

    Travelers at Asian airports have asked questions about the March 8 disappearance of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 while en route from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing. Here are some of them, followed by answers.

    Associated Press45 mins ago
    • How Victoria Beckham Celebrated Her 40th Birthday

      There is no competition: Victoria Beckham wins for the best way to spend one's 40th birthday.

      Yahoo Celebrity
      • Fiat-Chrysler to produce iconic Jeep in China from 2015

        A model poses with a Jeep on display at the Auto China exhibition, in Beijing, on April 22, 2012

        • 20-year-old West Ham player loses battle with cancer

          The young Hammers striker continued to play while undergoing treatment but passed away this morning.

          • Debbie Gibson Details Her Struggle With Lyme Disease

            Debbie Gibson isn't just a pop star. For the past year, she's also been a patient. Gibson, who is best known for her '80s songs such as "Only in My Dreams" and "Shake Your Love," revealed on her blog Wednesday that she's been diagnosed with Lyme disease.

            Yahoo Celebrity
            • Who are the 'little green men' helping Ukraine's rebels?

              The expertly armed, masked men in matching camouflage stripped of all insignia are tough, taciturn and tactically devastating.

              • 15 clever beauty uses for Vaseline

                If I had to name one beauty product that I can't live without, Vaseline ranks pretty high on my list. I have tins of the stuff of everywhere including on my desk, in my bag and in the car. Not only is it super cheap but it has endless beauty uses. Want to use yours as a more than just a lip balm?…

                Yahoo Contributor Network
                • Search resumes for bodies in Everest avalanche

                  KATMANDU, Nepal (AP) — Rescuers were digging through piles of snow and ice Saturday for four Sherpa guides buried on Mount Everest when an avalanche swept down the slopes and killed 12 other Nepalese guides in the deadliest disaster on the world's highest peak.

                  Associated Press22 mins ago
                  • Road cameras 'pose privacy threat'

                    There is a "very real risk" that members of the public are having their privacy impacted upon by the network of roadside surveillance in the UK, the Government's new Surveillance Camera Commissioner has warned.

                    Press Association45 mins ago
                    • Looming, creeping landslide splits home in Wyoming

                      JACKSON, Wyo. (AP) — A sudden lurch in a creeping landslide in the northwest Wyoming resort town of Jackson split a house in two and forced workers to abandon just-begun efforts to stabilize the hillside.

                      Associated Press38 mins ago
                      • Why Portland Reservoir Was Flushed After Teen Peed in It

                        Officials in Portland, Ore., are flushing 38 million gallons of public drinking water after a 19-year-old was caught on camera urinating into an open reservoir on Wednesday (April 16). As expected, the sample came back clean, Jaymee Cuti, a spokeswoman for the Portland Water Bureau, told Live…

                        • Was There Really An Empty Tomb?

                          What makes Jesus different from the prophets of the world’s other great religions? The claim that he rose from the dead and left behind an empty tomb. But how much do we know about it?

                          The Daily Beast
                          • HTC reportedly hires Samsung exec who made Galaxy the 'next big thing'

                            HTC has confirmed the hiring of Paul Golden, a former Samsung US chief marketing officer, following a report from Bloomberg News. Golden, whose LinkedIn page says he "created and launched the highly successful Galaxy brand," was at Samsung between 2008 and 2012, a time in which the Korean company…

                            The Verge
                            • Justin Bieber Petition: White House Responds

                              The White House has responded to the call to deport Justin Bieber from the US by saying: "We won't be commenting". Since January almost 275,000 US citizens have added their names to a petition on the White House website calling on President Barack Obama to revoke the Canadian-born singer's green…

                              Sky News
                              • Bodies found trapped inside sunken South Korean ferry - coastguard

                                By Ju-min Park JINDO, South Korea (Reuters) - Divers searching for survivors of a capsized South Korean ferry saw three bodies floating through a window of a passenger cabin on Saturday but were unable to retrieve them, the coastguard said, hours after the ship's captain was arrested. The ferry,…

                                • Putin's choice of words shed light on Ukraine

                                  MOSCOW (AP) — To understand Russian President Vladimir Putin's intentions in Ukraine, it helps to pay close attention to his choice of words and his reading of history. Here is what Putin had to say Thursday in a nationally televised call-in program:

                                  Associated Press
                                  • Soap spoilers 21-25 April: We preview EastEnders, Coronation Street and Emmerdale

                                    Find out what's coming up in this week's Coronation Street, EastEnders and Emmerdale.

                                    Jon Horsley
                                    • Teachers warn over pupil poverty

                                      Children are turning up for school cold, hungry and wearing unwashed or unsuitable clothes because their families are facing money problems, teachers are warning.

                                      Press Association
                                      • One of the oldest surviving copies of all four Gospels is in Dublin

                                        The manuscripts are believed to have been discovered in Egypt in 1929.

                                        • 'Earth Cousin' Discovery a Milestone in Search for Alien Life

                                          Astronomers announced today (April 17) that they have found the first "Earth cousin" — a rocky world roughtly the size of Earth called Kepler-186f that may be capable of supporting life as we know it. The discovery further bolsters the emerging view that Earth is not such a unique place, and that…