**6 Killed in Philadelphia Building Collapse**
Rescue workers in Philadelphia Pennsylvania continue to look for survivors Thursday, a day after a four-story building under demolition collapsed into a neighboring thrift store, killing six people.
Late Wednesday, a woman was found in the rubble more than 10 hours after the accident, raising the number of survivors to at least 14.
City officials say there were no existing violations on the building. They say the demolition company had proper permits for the work it was doing in downtown Philadelphia.
Authorities say they do not know how many people were in the thrift store or on the sidewalk when the accident happened Wednesday.
**S. Korea Accepts North's Offer to Hold Talks**
South Korea has accepted an offer by the North to hold official talks, in a sign that tensions continue to cool following weeks of deteriorating relations on the Korean peninsula.
Pyongyang's Committee for the Peaceful Reunification of Korea unexpectedly offered Thursday to hold talks on a pair of stalled joint commercial projects. It also suggested talks were possible on humanitarian issues.
Seoul's unification ministry quickly accepted the offer, saying it hopes the talks can help build trust between the two neighbors. It said it will soon announce the date, agenda, and other details of the discussions.
The South had previously said it was open to working-level talks, but was reluctant to commit to wide-ranging discussions unless the North agreed to abandon its nuclear weapons program.