Deadly quake rattles Taiwan

TAINAN, Taiwan - A powerful quake struck southern Taiwan before dawn on Saturday near the city of Tainan, toppling a 17-story apartment building where more than 100 people are feared trapped and killing at least two.

Technology rout pushes Nasdaq to lowest close since 2014 7:50pm EST

The Nasdaq Composite that includes large-cap technology names like Alphabet, Microsoft and Facebook led another broad rout on Wall Street Friday, closing at its lowest level since October 2014. | Video

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Exclusive: Top cybercrime ring disrupted as authorities raid Moscow offices - sources

WASHINGTON Russian authorities in November raided offices associated with a Moscow film distribution and production company as part of a crackdown on one of the world’s most notorious financial hacking operations, according to three sources with knowledge of the matter.

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Satellite images show fuel trucks at North Korea launch site: think tank

WASHINGTON Satellite images taken this week of North Korea's Sohae rocket launch site show apparent fueling activity seen in the past one to two weeks before a rocket launch, a U.S. think tank said on Friday.

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Special Report: Why Obama and other gun control advocates own stock in firearms makers

WASHINGTON Barack Obama might seem an unlikely investor in the firearms industry. But the U.S. president, a fierce advocate for gun regulation, has money in a pension fund that holds stock in gun and ammunition companies. | Video

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U.S. labor market on solid ground as jobless rate hits eight-year low

WASHINGTON U.S. employment gains slowed more than expected in January as the boost to hiring from unseasonably mild weather faded, but rising wages and an unemployment rate at an eight-year low suggested the labor market recovery remains firm. | Video

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Sanders supporters banned from Tinder after campaigning on dating app

Stumping for Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders on Tinder is getting some women banned from the online dating app after sending campaign messages to prospective matches. | Video

No kissing for Carnival

Model Juliana Paesthe (C) of Viradouro samba school participates in the annual carnival parade in Rio de Janeiro's Sambadrome, February 15, 2015.    REUTERS/Ricardo Moraes

RIO DE JANEIRO - Scientists identified the Zika virus in the saliva and urine of two infected patients, a top Brazilian biomedical research institution said on Friday, prompting its president to urge pregnant women not to kiss strangers just as local Carnival celebrations begin.  Full Article 

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Politics Unfiltered: Onward after Iowa

Trump almost buys the farm, and hears Rubio's boot steps behind him; Sanders kills Clinton's hopes for a easy walk to the nomination.

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