A TransAsia flight turned on its side midair and then careened into a river after takeoff from a Taipei airport, the latest plane disaster to beset Asia.
Just before the crash, the railroad gates came down on top of the stopped Jeep, which then tried to pull forward, authorities say.
Executions of two al-Qaida prisoners came hours after a gruesome video was released by the Islamic State group purportedly showing militants burning the captive Jordanian alive.
In his prepared remarks for the Senate confirmation hearings, Ashton Carter will criticize both automatic cuts to the defense budget and expenditure waste.
A military offensive against militias means there are fewer murders and kidnappings in the Latin American country. But it has given way to a rise in extortions and shakedowns.
Cable, broadcast and streaming services offered 352 original scripted series last year, a 1,353% rise over 1999.
An outbreak of the disease leaves bosses facing a quandary about what to do in case they suspect an employee isn't vaccinated.
Low demand from buyers in China and Russia, whose economies have slowed down, means catching fur-bearing animals isn't as lucrative anymore.
After entering the plea in his murder case, the former rap music mogul is rushed to a hospital, complaining of chest pain.
Investors are seeing signs that the long-running collapse in oil prices could be ending.