Associated Press Episodes
Authorities say they've found the body of a woman and her 9-year-old twin daughters after she intentionally drove a car carrying them into a southwestern Michigan river.
On a visit to the U.S. Central Command in Florida, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo says President Donald Trump does not want war and is only seeking to re-establish a deterrent to Iranian threats.
Former "Monty Python" member Michael Palin has been delivering the goods for decades - indeed, his first job was a sign of things to come.
Film director Terry Gilliam spent his formative years being chased by dogs.
Mexico deployed more troops to its southern border with Guatemala on Monday amid growing evidence that the heightened military presence was deterring some migrants from trying to cross the border.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel appeared unsteady and was visibly shaking Tuesday as she greeted the new Ukrainian leader in the hot sun in Berlin. After a reporter asked whether her shaking was cause for concern, Merkel said she was fine.
An Asian Black Bear has been filmed having a good back scratch at the Land of the Leopard national park in Russia's Far East. Soon after the bear finds and chomps down on the camera.
Stars Alexander Skarsgard, Richard Madden and Samuel L. Jackson attend the Giorgio Armani show in Milan.
The Rock and other stars promote positivity at MTV awards; Megadeth's Dave Mustaine says he has throat cancer; Tension developing in Aretha Franklin will dispute.
Here's the latest for Tuesday June 18th: 1,000 US troops heading to Mideast; Trump says people living in US illegally will be removed; No body cam video of South Bend police shooting; 90-year-old woman rescued from Kentucky mudslide.
The first film in the box office-busting "The Fast and the Furious" franchise premiered in Los Angeles.
Kevin Costner reflects on why his rancher family saga show "Yellowstone" has resonated with viewers and been picked up for a second season.
Elisabeth Moss, Aubrey Plaza and Audrina Patridge were some of the stars who went all black for the annual MTV Movie & TV Awards.
Crews in Stanton, Kentucky were called to a home that was smashed by a mudslide amid heavy rains and were able to rescue a 90-year-old woman from the debris.
St. Joseph County, Indiana Prosecutor Ken Cotter says there is no body cam video of the fatal shooting of a black man by a white police officer in South Bend, the city where Democratic Presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg is mayor.
Medication withheld, cries for help ignored, routine checks neglected: With suicides a problem in many jails across the U.S., an AP/Capital News Service examination raises troubling questions about whether deaths could have been avoided.
Highlights of this day in history: Churchill rallies Britain in World War II; Napoleon beaten at Battle of Waterloo; Amelia Earhart crosses the Atlantic; Sally Ride becomes America's first woman in space; Ex-Beatle Paul McCartney born.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi slammed a recent wave of abortion restrictions while speaking in Southern California on Monday, calling them "scary" and "dangerous." Pelosi was speaking on a health care panel at East Los Angeles College.
Four people were shot and wounded at a rally Monday for the NBA champion Raptors, and two people were arrested, police said.
Peyton Manning remembers his days as a University of Tennessee Volunteer as he's inducted into the Tennessee Sports Hall of Fame.
Atlanta Braves pitcher Dallas Keuchel talks about his second minor league outing in preparation for his MLB debut
NHLPA executive director Don Fehr discusses escrow, which a majority of player representatives consider the biggest issue in CBA talks.
Trump supporters traveling from near and far line the streets outside an Orlando arena camping out ahead of the President’s speech Tuesday.
The Supreme Court is nearing the end of its term with some major decisions yet to come. Associated Press reporter Mark Sherman explains "there are three major cases yet to be resolved by the court, probably before the end of next week."
Authorities have found the bodies of a missing Oregon woman and her 3-year-old son. The boy's biological father had been charged with killing them before the bodies were found.
Here's the latest for Monday June 17th: Trump admin weighs response to Iran uranium enrichment claim; Egypt's ousted President Mohammed Morsi dies after court hearing; Heiress Gloria Vanderbilt dies; NASA announces new 'Artemis' mission to the Moon.
A masked gunman opened fire Monday on a federal courthouse in downtown Dallas before being fatally shot in an exchange of gunfire with federal officers, witnesses and authorities said.
A home in northern New Jersey was leveled by an explosion Monday, but the lone person inside the residence escaped serious injury when they were pulled from the burning rubble by an off-duty police officer who lives nearby.
Doctors remove a 10-inch knife that impaled a 15-year-old Kansas boy’s face when he fell while playing
A staircase in a NYC park was transformed over the weekend into a giant gay pride flag. The 1200 square foot rainbow colored flag in FDR Four Freedoms State Park on Roosevelt Island was created to show support for WorldPride month.
A blaze erupted in an office building east of the Las Vegas Strip, producing a massive smoke plume. No injuries were immediately reported, and the cause of the fire is not yet known.
Floodwaters from the Midwest are killing oysters and pushing crabs, shrimp and finfish out of bays and marshes and into saltier waters.
Shania Twain is heading back to Las Vegas. The queen of country pop announced 23 performances Monday for her "Let's Go!" residency at Zappos Theater at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino.
American businesses are telling the Trump administration that an escalating trade war with China will hurt the U.S. economy. This comes as public hearings are being held to consider extending the 25% tariffs to practically all Chinese imports.
Joshua Wong, a leader in Hong Kong's 2014 Umbrella Movement demonstrations, joined protesters gathered near Hong Kong's government headquarters after his release from prison.
Here's the latest for Monday June 17th: Iran says it's boosting uranium enrichment levels; Trump says strong economy drawing migrants to US; Mexico puts troops on routes used by migrants; Tornadoes in Indiana.
Seth Rogen’s been writing jokes since his teens – he even got paid to make circumcision ceremonies funnier.
Speaking at the MTV Movie and TV Awards, Atlanta-born actress Storm Reid says the new Georgia abortion law makes her "ashamed to be from a place."
Speaking at the MTV Movie and TV Awards, the young stars of "Stranger Things" tease the show's upcoming third season.
In 1994, OJ Simpson led police on a car chase, after being charged with murdering his ex-wife Nicole Brown Simpson and Ronald Goldman.
OJ Simpson on Twitter: "I got a little gettin' even to do"; Tiffany Haddish cancels Atlanta show over abortion law; Franchise fatigue continues with "Men in Black" and "Shaft."
Authorities in Philadelphia say one person has been killed and at least five others have been shot during a graduation party. Police are searching for at least one suspect.
Authorities say a man has died after a shooting involving a police officer in South Bend, the Indiana city where Democratic presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg is mayor. Buttigieg said he changed his campaign schedule to return to South Bend Sun...
Weather officials say severe storms in central Indiana produced at least four tornadoes, leaving thousands without power and damaging buildings. No injuries were reported.
Trouble is brewing for the piping plover, already one of the Great Lakes region’s most endangered bird species, as water levels surge during a rain-soaked spring that has flooded large areas of the Midwest.