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'The Walking Dead's' brutal season 4 comes to an end

Season four of "The Walking Dead" has featured some of the most brutal scenes in the popular series' history. (Yes, that's a warning for those behind on the show. Spoilers ahead!)

Russia suggests 'federal' structure for Ukraine ahead of talks with U.S.

 Hours before meeting his U.S. counterpart on Sunday, Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov called on Western powers to back a proposal for a "federal" structure in Ukraine.

Unaccounted for number in Washington landslide plummets to 30

The number of people missing or unaccounted for in Washington state's deadly landslide has dropped to 30 from 90, officials said Saturday.

16 arrested after crowds get rowdy following Arizona's loss to Wisconsin

Police in Tucson, Arizona, arrested 16 people Saturday night after rowdy crowds threw bottles, beer cans and firecrackers at officers following the Wildcats' overtime loss to Wisconsin.

Malaysian official: Praying for plane survivors, but ...

It sounds like a mixed message. Earlier this week, loved ones of those aboard missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 heard this: "All lives are lost."

Ukraine's Vitali Klitschko pulls out of presidential race

 Boxer-turned-politician Vitali Klitschko on Saturday pulled out of the race for Ukraine's president, throwing his weight instead behind a billionaire businessman.

Magnitude-5.1 earthquake rattles Los Angeles area

A magnitude-5.1 earthquake struck the Los Angeles area Friday night, jolting nearby communities and breaking water mains in some neighborhoods.

Police: NY man, 86, shoots grandson, girlfriend before taking own life

An apparent dispute over housing ended with an 86-year-old New York man shooting his grandson and killing his grandson's girlfriend before fatally shooting himself, a law enforcement source said Saturday.

Starbucks to donate $100K to help those affected in Washington landslide

A Seattle-based Starbucks has donated $100,000 to help those affected by Saturday's landslide in rural Washington state. The coffee gian released on online statement Thursday saying $50,000 will go to the American Red Cross.