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In China, a cruise ship capsized on the Yangtze River during a storm. Most of the 458 on board the ship are elderly. Hundreds of people are missing, and many may be trapped within the ship.
In December, the president of the University of Alabama at Birmingham shocked people in the state's largest city when he canceled the football program, saying it wasn't economically feasible.
New research suggests many NFL players struggle with money over their lifetimes, and a staggering number of them go bankrupt. Making a lot of money as a player does not seem to offer much protection.
Bishop pine only grows in a handful of places on the West Coast. In one of those places, the drought-stricken Channel Islands off the coast of California, they're dying off in huge numbers.
Women's rights advocates say more than 100 women have been killed in Turkey so far this year, most by male relatives.
Police in the college town of Iowa City say they responded to a break-in at a convenience store. The Iowa City Press-Citizen reports that at the end of the trail was 20-year-old Francisco Munoz.