Associated Press Episodes
Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand of New York, a Democratic presidential candidate, stopped in the vote-rich Detroit area for multiple events. She told a crowd in Clawson that President Donald Trump is unwilling to stand up to Russia and Saudi Arabia.
“The Little Mermaid” is celebrating its 30th anniversary this year and Jodi Benson, who voiced Ariel, reflects on the film's legacy and its impact on her life.
Here's the latest for Tuesday March 19th: Deadly cyclone hits Africa; New Zealand PM tells citizens not to say accused gunman's name; Texas petrochemical fire could burn for two more days; Historic flooding forecast for Mississippi, Missouri River...
A new Associated Press data analysis shows that over the past 20 years, Americans have been twice as likely to sweat through record-breaking heat rather than shiver through record-setting cold.
The National Weather Service forecasts major to historic flooding along portions of the Missouri and Mississippi River basins for the rest of this week. The flooding started after a massive late-winter storm hit the Midwest last week.
A large fire at a Houston-area petrochemicals terminal will likely burn for another two days, authorities said Monday, noting that air quality around the facility was testing within normal guidelines.
Highlights of Today in History: US launches 2003 attack on Baghdad; Televangelist Jim Bakker quits ministry due to scandal; Nevada legalizes casino gambling; Bob Dylan's debut album is released.
About 150,000 people over the weekend flocked to see this year's rain-fed flaming orange patches of poppies lighting up the hillsides near Lake Elsinore, about a 90-minute drive from either San Diego or Los Angeles.
Officials say a large fire at petrochemicals terminal near Houston will likely burn for another two days.
Here are the top stories for Monday, March 18th: Arrest made in Netherlands tram shooting; Death toll likely exceeds 1000 in Mozambique flooding; Severe weather wreaks havoc in U.S. Midwest; British PM dealt a blow in Brexit bid.
The latest U.S. research on eggs won't go over easy for those who can't eat breakfast without them. Adults who ate about one and a half eggs daily had a slightly higher risk of heart disease than those who ate no eggs.
The man charged with killing the reputed boss of the Gambino crime family wrote pro-Donald Trump slogans on his hand and flashed them to journalists before a court hearing Monday.
A DNA match found through genealogy testing led to the arrest of a truck-driving preacher in the killings of two teen girls who were found shot to death in a car trunk nearly 20 years ago.
A trial for the former Dallas police officer who was charged with murder in the September 6 killing of her unarmed black neighbor has been set for August.
Democratic presidential candidate Beto O’Rourke campaigns in Michigan a year before the state’s primary.
Flooding in Nebraska has badly damaged up to 500 houses in one county alone. Stranded residents in Fremont were being flown out by volunteer pilots, who brought them to safe, dry land in Omaha on Sunday.
The Red Cross says that as much as 90 percent of Mozambique's central port city of Beira has been damaged or destroyed by tropical Cyclone Idai.
Melania Trump is hosting a White House meeting this week to review youth programs at various government departments and agencies. The goal is to build upon and improve youth programs that align with her "Be Best" initiative.
"Stranger Things" star David Harbour says season three of the hit Netflix show will be "lighter,” while also promising “all the dark stuff that we're kind of known for.”
Emergency crews worked Monday to control a large fire burning at a Houston-area petrochemicals terminal that has spread to eight storage tanks.
Dutch police were hunting down a suspect after a shooting on a Utrecht tram that left three dead and multiple people injured, according to police. Authorities say they are considering the possibility of a "terrorist motive" in the attack.
Dick Dale, King of Surf Guitar, "Miserlou" composer, is dead; Indianapolis Children's Museum removes Michael Jackson items; "Captain Marvel" soars even higher with stellar 2nd weekend.
Dick Dale, King of Surf Guitar, 'Miserlou' composer, is dead; Indianapolis Children's Museum removes Michael Jackson items; "Captain Marvel" soars even higher with stellar 2nd weekend.
Armie Hammer says people should be inspired by the teen who egged an Australian senator, while also discussing terrorism with his "Hotel Mumbai" co-star Dev Patel.
New app OTRO, which allows fans to get closer to their favorite soccer stars, shows David Beckham experiencing all the fashion and food that Tokyo has to offer.
Here's the latest for Monday March 18th: New Zealand police say gunman apparently acted alone; Investigators cite similarities between Ethiopia, Indonesia crashes; Record flooding in Nebraska; Massive petrochemical fire near Houston.
Flooding has reached record levels at 17 locations across Nebraska. The state's emergency management agency says more record crests are expected in various rivers by Tuesday.
New Zealand Police Commissioner Mike Bush says gunman who killed 50 people and wounded others at two Christchurch mosques acted alone but may have had support. The country's Prime Minister is calling for stricter new gun laws.
Democratic presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren campaigned in Memphis, Tennessee on Sunday. Democratic candidate Amy Klobuchar was in Cedar Rapids, Iowa.
A Blockbuster Video in Bend, Oregon is the last one on the planet after the only other Blockbuster in Australia announced it’s closing on March 31. The store is now booming with business from long-time locals as well as tourists.
On this day in history: Russian cosmonaut first man to walk in space; Mahatma Gandhi is sent to prison for civic disobedience, Italy's Mussolini agrees to enter WWII; Terri Schiavo's feeding tube removed; Singer John Philips dies.
Here are the top stories for Sunday, March 17: Mourners gather to remember New Zealand victims; Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand makes campaign official; Huge fire at Texas petrochemical facility; A bonfire world record is set.
Some residents in the Houston area were being urged to find a safe location indoors Sunday after a fire broke out at a petrochemicals terminal.
Workers were seen on Sunday preparing the graves for the eventual burial of the victims of the terrorist attacks in Christchurch.The death toll from Friday's massacres at two mosques rose to 50.
Highlights of Today in History: St. Patrick dies; President George W. Bush gives Saddam Hussein 48 hour ultimatum; Franklin D. Roosevelt gets married; Baseball players including Mark McGwire and Sammy Sosa testify to congress about steroid use.
Here's the latest for Saturday, March 16th: French protesters riot in Paris; Many rivers and creeks in the midwest are at record levels; April the giraffe gives birth; Thousands turn out to watch Chicago river dyed green.
Police in Paris said that more than 100 people have been arrested amid yellow vest protest violence in the French capital.
April the Giraffe delivered her calf on Saturday, to the delight of an enthralled internet audience. The highly celebrated ungulate of the Animal Adventure Park in Harpursville, New York went into labor before noon.
The Chicago River was on Saturday dyed green in honour of St. Patrick's Day, as the city prepared for its world-renowned parade.
French yellow vest protesters have clashed with riot police near the Arc de Triomphe on the 18th straight weekend of demonstrations against President Emmanuel Macron.
Highlights of this day in history: My Lai Massacre in Vietnam; Terry Anderson abducted; First successful liquid-fuel rocket launch; Jerry Lewis born.
Some of the survivors of the attacks on mosques in Christchurch that left 49 people dead spoke of their ordeals on Saturday.
New Zealand's police commissioner says the man suspected of a mass shooting at two mosques that killed at least 49 people was "not willing to be arrested." In addition to those killed, dozens remain hospitalized.
Across the Midwest, Muslim leaders say worshippers are uneasy following attacks on two mosques in New Zealand.
Al Gore supports students' climate change protests
New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern on Saturday said that the country's gun laws would change in light of the attack on two mosques in Christchurch in which 49 people were killed.