Here's the latest news for Tuesday, May 21st: Dozens dead in Oklahoma tornado; Utah "missing mom" investigation closed; British auction of Ghandi's belongings triggers controversy; Red Wings top Black Hawks in NHL playoffs.
A small but angry group of South Korean activists gathered outside the Japanese embassy in Seoul on Tuesday to express their anger over Japan's wartime atrocities. (May 21)
The tornado that hit Moore, Oklahoma on Monday cut a wide path of destruction through the center of the city. As of Tuesday morning, 51 were known dead. The medical examiner's office says dozens more may have died. (May 21)
A zoo in Dubbo, Australia has showed off its latest addition - a male white rhino calf, weighing about 110 lbs. Officials say the calf is important to the area's breeding program, especially since poaching is on the rise in Africa. (May 2...
Massive funnel clouds were videotaped in Oklahoma on Monday. One massive tornado struck Moore, near Oklahoma City, killing dozens. (May 21)
Los Angeles voters go to the polls on Tuesday, and they could make history by electing the city's first female mayor. The runoff election pits City Controller Wendy Greuel against City Councilman Eric Garcetti. (May 21)
Police in West Valley City, Utah are ending their active search for Susan Powell, three and a half years after she disappeared and more than a year after her former husband Josh Powell killed himself and the couple's sons. (May 21)
Dozens of people are dead after a huge tornado struck Moore, Oklahoma, near Oklahoma City on Monday. Rescue crews are searching through the night for survivors and victims in an elementary school that the tornado destroyed. (May 21)
Highlights of this day in history: Aviator Charles Lindbergh lands in Paris, completing the first non-stop solo flight across the Atlantic; The American Red Cross founded; Susan Lucci wins a Daytime Emmy; 'Gypsy' opens on Broadway. (May 2...
Oklahoma Gov. Mary Fallin says "hearts are broken" for parents who are wondering about the fate of their children after the tornado that devastated suburban Oklahoma City. (May 20)