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Rescue workers search a collapsed building for survivors of an early morning earthquake in Tainan, Taiwan, on Saturday. The powerful, shallow quake struck before dawn, injuring hundreds.Associated Press

Taiwan rescuers find signs of life in quake rubble

TAINAN, Taiwan — Rescuers today found signs of life within the remains of a high-rise residential building that collapsed in a powerful, shallow earthquake in southern Taiwan that killed at least 19 people and injured hundreds, as families anxiously waited on site. The emergency center in Tainan, the worst-hit city …


Defiant North Korea launches long-range rocket


Turkey under pressure as Syrians mass at border


  1. Marco Rubio's debate oops threatens to shift momentum of race


    SALEM, N.H. — We've heard Donald Trump swear, insult and offend. We've winced as Jeb Bush flailed during debates. We've wondered on occasion whether Ben Carson was fully awake.

    Republican presidential candidate Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla., works to charge up a crowd during a campaign stop in a high school cafeteria, Sunday, Feb. 7, 2016, in Londonderry, N.H. (AP Photo/Jim Cole)
  2. Rubio faces barrage of attacks in Republican debate


    MANCHESTER, N.H. — Marco Rubio, a first-term senator on the rise in the presidential race, faced a barrage of attacks in Saturday night's Republican debate, with rivals vigorously challenging his readiness to be president and the depth of his expertise as they sought to salvage their own White House hopes.

    Chris Christie to Marco Rubio: “You have not been involved in a consequential decision where you had to be held accountable.”
  3. President says no birth defects from Zika are found



    President says no birth defects from Zika are found

  4. In New Hampshire, wary voters want to go outside the status quo


    CONCORD, N.H. — Gas is at $1.76 per gallon in New Hampshire. The nation's unemployment rate has just hit an eight-year low.

  5. Clinton, Sanders use N.H. primary to frame the long battle to come


    CONCORD, N.H. — For the Democratic presidential candidates, there are two campaigns under way in New Hampshire.

    Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton greets patrons Saturday in Manchester, N.H. The themes from the state’s primary help form a potentially long fight for the nomination.