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At least two people are dead after a Boeing 777 jetliner crashed while landing at San Francisco International Airport. Over 180 others were transported to area hospitals with 49 people in serious condition, officials said. Hours after the crash, just one person remained unaccounted for.Survivor Benjamin Levy said he heard “a lot of people screaming, not really believing what was happening to them.” http://on.msnbc.com/18EAmqJ (AP Photo/Marcio Jose Sanchez)

At least two people are dead after a Boeing 777 jetliner crashed while landing at San Francisco International Airport. Over 180 others were transported to area hospitals with 49 people in serious condition, officials said. Hours after the crash, just one person remained unaccounted for.

Survivor Benjamin Levy said he heard “a lot of people screaming, not really believing what was happening to them.” http://on.msnbc.com/18EAmqJ (AP Photo/Marcio Jose Sanchez)

Nora Ephron, the celebrated screenwriter and director, died of leukemia Tuesday evening in New York, according to the New York Times.
Ephron, best known for penning the screenplay for “When Harry Met Sally” (1989) and then writing and directing “Sleepless in Seattle” (1989) and ”You’ve Got Mail” (1998), had not been reported as ill prior to a story from gossip columnist  Liz Smith — which repeatedly referred to the 71-year-old in the past tense while never pronouncing her dead.
Image: Jemal Countess / WireImage

Nora Ephron, the celebrated screenwriter and director, died of leukemia Tuesday evening in New York, according to the New York Times.

Ephron, best known for penning the screenplay for “When Harry Met Sally” (1989) and then writing and directing “Sleepless in Seattle” (1989) and ”You’ve Got Mail” (1998), had not been reported as ill prior to a story from gossip columnist  Liz Smith — which repeatedly referred to the 71-year-old in the past tense while never pronouncing her dead.

Image: Jemal Countess / WireImage

The Obama administration announced on Friday that it would no longer seek the deportation of most young illegal immigrants, and would instead allow them to apply for work permits, a significant policy shift with potentially major electoral implications.

The Department of Homeland Security said that, effective immediately, the government would no longer seek the deportation of illegal immigrants who were brought to the United States as children, and would allow them to apply for work permits if they meet certain criteria.