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Seven dead in explosion at children’s hospital

MEXICO CITY — An apparent gas explosion early today destroyed part of a maternity and children’s hospital in Mexico City, killing at least seven people and injuring dozens more.

Obama must be careful on relations with India

INDIA — During President Barack Obama’s visit to India this week, he was chief guest at the celebration of its grand Republic Day, the first time an American was given the honor.

Storm sweeps northeast, New York spared its brunt

BOSTON — A blizzard swept across the northeastern United States today, dropping as much as 2 feet of snow across Massachusetts and Connecticut even as its impact on New York City fell short of dire predictions.

Group urges measles vaccinations amid Disneyland outbreak

LOS ANGELES — The leading U.S. pediatrician group today urged parents, schools and communities to vaccinate children against measles in the face of an outbreak that began at Disneyland in California in December and has spread to more than 50 people.

Suit dropped, one remains in MLK family dispute

ATLANTA — One of two lawsuits involving the children of the late civil rights leader Martin Luther King Jr. has been dropped, possibly signaling a thaw in their tense relations as they continue to fight over the sale of his Bible and Nobel Peace Prize.

Obama: ‘State of the union is strong’

WASHINGTON, D.C. — President Barack Obama called on Americans to “turn the page” in a State of the Union address Tuesday night that laid out a sprawling, post-recession domestic agenda aimed at leveling the economic playing field — and revitalizing his presidency in its final two years.

Colorado massacre trial to start jury selection

CENTENNIAL, Co. — The first of some 9,000 potential jurors will report to court in Colorado today as selection begins for the trial of James Holmes, the former neuroscience graduate student who killed 12 people in July 2012 at a midnight screening of a Batman movie.

Obamacare’s lead agency chief announces resignation

WASHINGTON, D.C. — The Obama administration official who oversaw the botched rollout of the Obamacare website,, announced today that she will resign from her post as head of the agency that is also responsible for Medicare and Medicaid.

U.S. takes first steps to loosen Cuba sanctions

WASHINGTON, D.C. — The United States rolled out a sweeping set of measures today to ease the half-century-old embargo against Cuba, opening up the country to expanded travel, trade and financial activities.

Boehner: House will block Obama on immigration

WASHINGTON, D.C. — The House of Representatives will vote to fully fund the Department of Homeland Security this week while blocking President Barack Obama’s actions on immigration, House Speaker John Boehner said today.

Sandy Hook families sue Newtown, schools

Hartford, Connecticut — At least two families of victims in the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting have filed a lawsuit against the town of Newtown and the school board, alleging lax security on the day 20 first-graders and six adults were shot and killed.

One dead, two hurt after smoke fills D.C. subway car

WASHINGTON, D.C. — The investigation into Washington D.C. subway smoke that killed a woman and sent 84 people to hospitals could take from six to 12 months, a spokesman for the National Transportation Safety Board said today.

Girl dies after father throws her off bridge

TAMPA, Florida — A 5-year-old Florida girl was pronounced dead today after her father threw her over the side of a bridge, a 62-foot drop into frigid waters, police in St. Petersburg said.

Sub-zero winds grip central, eastern U.S.

NEW YORK — Record-breaking blustery cold gripped the East and Midwest today, forcing school closings, train delays and flight cancellations with no end in sight before the weekend.

Pipeline debate heats up, but is it viable?

WASHINGTON, D.C. — The battle over the Keystone XL pipeline, the nation’s noisiest referendum on energy and the environment, is reaching a climax in Congress after six years.