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Republican U.S. presidential candidate Ted Cruz (L) listens to rival John Kasich during the Republican U.S. presidential candidates debate sponsored by CNN at the University of Miami in Miami, Florida March 10, 2016. REUTERS/Carlo Allegri

Republicans Cruz, Kasich reach 'stop-Trump' deal

WASHINGTON - Republican White House rivals Ted Cruz and John Kasich announced a deal on Sunday to stay out of each other's way in some upcoming state primaries in hopes of blocking front-runner Donald Trump from winning the party's presidential nomination.

Democratic U.S. presidential candidates Hillary Clinton (L) and Bernie Sanders both gesture during a Democratic debate hosted by CNN and New York One at the Brooklyn Navy Yard in New York April 14, 2016. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson

Clinton, Sanders joust in Brooklyn brawl

Democratic front-runner Hillary Clinton and rival Bernie Sanders challenged each other's judgment and experience in a fiercely combative U.S. presidential debate ahead of Tuesday's crucial nominating contest in New York.

Ian Burkhart, 24, is shown using neural bypass technology in this undated handout picture released by Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center in Columbus, Ohio.Burkhart, who became paralysed in an accident, can now move his hands thanks to a computer chip in his brain that lets his mind guide his hands and fingers, bypassing his damaged spinal cord. REUTERS/The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center/Battelle/Handout via Reuters

Brain implant lets paralyzed man use hands

WASHINGTON - An Ohio man paralyzed in an accident while diving in waves can now pick up a bottle or play the video game Guitar Hero thanks to a small computer chip in his brain that lets his mind guide his hands and fingers, bypassing his damaged spinal cord.

British scientist and theoretical physicist Stephen Hawking attends a launch event for a new award for science communication, called the Stephen Hawking Medal for Science Communication, in London, Britain, in this Dec. 16, 2015 file photo. (REUTERS/Toby Melville/Files)

Hawking joins bid to seek alien life

An Internet investor has enlisted famed physicist Stephen Hawking and Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg to help him with a futuristic plan for seeking life in outer space.

Leslie Odum Jr., left, from the Broadway musical "Hamilton," presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, centre, and New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio, right, perform at the 94th annual Inner Circle Dinner at the New York Hilton Hotel in Manhattan on April 9, 2016. (David Handschuh/The Inner Circle Via AP)

'I was running on CP time': NYC mayor

A comic gag turned into a gaffe for Democratic presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton and New York Mayor Bill de Blasio, triggering a social media storm that raged through Tuesday over what some said was their insensitivity to African-Americans.

Belgium police officers secure the access during a police operation in Etterbeeck, near Brussels, Belgium, April 9, 2016. REUTERS/Yves Herman

2 charged over Brussels, Paris attacks

Belgium has charged two more men with terrorist offences linked to last month's bombings in Brussels and also searched a house related to the attacks in Paris, detaining three people, federal prosecutors said on Tuesday.

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un looks at a rocket warhead tip after a simulated test of atmospheric re-entry of a ballistic missile, at an unidentified location in this undated file photo released by North Korea's Korean Central News Agency (KCNA) in Pyongyang on March 15, 2016. (REUTERS/KCNA/Files)

Secretive N. Korea lifts veil on arms program

Ahead of a rare ruling party Congress next month, secretive North Korea is revealing details of its weapons development program for the first time, showcasing its push to develop long-range nuclear missiles despite international sanctions.

A closeup view of the El Faro navigation bridge is shown on the ocean floor taken by an underwater video camera November 12, 2015. National Transportation Board/Handout via REUTERS

Cargo ship El Faro's voyage data recorder located

The voyage data recorder from the ship El Faro, which sank in October during a hurricane off the Bahamas killing all 33 crew onboard, was located on Tuesday in 15,000 feet (4,600 metres) of water, the U.S. National Transportation Safety Board said.

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