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    287 still missing after S. Korean ferry sinks

    There were 46 lifeboats attached to the South Korean ferry that sank in frigid waters -- but only one lifeboat was deployed, CNN affiliate YTN reported Thursday.

    CNN has not been able to independently confirm the report. But if true, it will fuel the...

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Army in Ukraine

Army forces on the move in Ukraine

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Nearly 300 missing after S. Korean ferry sinks

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25 greenest cities in America

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Hundreds missing after South Korean ferry sinks

Rescue boats and helicopters are scrambling to find almost 300 passengers, including scores of high school students, missing after a ferry sank off the southwest coast of South Korea.

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What things cost in America: 1914 and 2014

The Consumer Price Index rose 0.2 percent in March, and the Bureau of Labor Statistics said increases in the shelter and food costs accounted for most of the rise. See how much things like homes, cars and milk cost in 1914 compared to today's prices.

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