Associated Press Episodes
President Donald Trump called it his "profound honor" on Friday to be the first president to attend the annual anti-abortion gathering in Washington called the March for Life.
Seventy-five years after the liberation of the Auschwitz concentration camp, a survivor shares her story and urges for more education.
US health officials say a new viral respiratory illness is an evolving outbreak that should be taken seriously, but US citizens should not be "worried or frightened."
As Democrats head into the final day of opening arguments in the impeachment case against President Donald Trump, they remain firm on the push for more evidence and witnesses.
NFL free agent Antonio Brown has been granted bail by a Florida judge. Brown is accused of attacking the driver of a moving truck that carried some of his possessions from California.
As Harvey Weinstein entered court using a walker Friday in his rape trial, a reporter asked Weinstein how he was doing. His attorney Arthur Aidala replied, "he's doing better than ever."
"Dark Shadows," "Cagney & Lacey" actor John Karlen dies; Taylor Swift shakes Sundance with revealing documentary; Ewan McGregor debunks reports that Obi-Wan Kenobi series has been put on hold.
A large explosion at a building in Houston early Friday was felt for miles away and left rubble scattered in the area.
Here's the latest for Friday January 24th: China tries to contain coronavirus; Democrats at impeachment trial say Trump pushed phony investigation; Protesters in Puerto Rico want Governor to resign; Moose gets stuck on railroad bridge in Vermont.
As Taylor Swift brings documentary "Taylor Swift: Miss Americana" to the Sundance Film Festival, she salutes her parents for helping her through her groping trial in 2017.
As he's presented with the Maltin Modern Masters Award in Santa Barbara, Brad Pitt admits he may have forgotten the first rule of Fight Club, but feels blessed to have the life he's had.
In New Delhi's Shaheen Bagh neighborhood, beside open sewers and electric wires dangling dangerously, a group of Muslim women in colorful headscarves sit in resistance to a new citizenship law that has unleashed protests across the country.
Jurnee Smollett-Bell and Margot Robbie acknowledge the pleasure of working in a female dominated environment on their latest film "Birds of Prey."
British actor Charlie Hunnam admits he doesn't know Harry and Meghan personally, but wishes them the courage to live the life they want.
Margot Robbie, who is Oscar nominted for her role in "Bombshell," reveals her relaxed approach to Academy Awards preparation.
At the LA premiere of "Birds of Prey," Ewan McGregor assures fans that his eagerly awaited series on Obi-Wan Kenobi is on its way.
The Providence Regional Medical Center Everett north of Seattle treated the man believed to be the first person in the U.S. to contact the coronavirus. A doctor and two nurses spoke to the Associated Press about the experience.
Taylor Swift kicked off the Sundance Film Festival in Utah with the premiere of her documentary "Miss Americana," which hits Netflix next week.
Democratic Congressman Adam Schiff, the lead impeachment manager, concluded Thursday's arguments by saying that President Trump is a danger to the country and should be removed from office.
Highlights of Today in History: James Marshall finds a gold nugget;Winston Churchill dies;Ted Bundy is executed;Thurgood Marshall dies;John Belushi born.
Police are searching for two suspects in a downtown Seattle shooting that left one woman dead and several others wounded Wednesday night.
Guy Ritchie's "The Gentlemen" boasts a star-studded cast, including Matthew McConaughey, Charlie Hunnam, Henry Golding, Michelle Dockery, Colin Farrell and Hugh Grant, whos says "one thing this film isn't is politically correct."
The ‘90s are back, along with mullets and acid-washed jeans. Country star Dierks Bentley talks about working on a debut record for his ‘90s country band, the Hot Country Knights.
A black Air Force veteran who tried to deposit settlement checks from a discrimination lawsuit was rejected by his suburban Detroit bank, which suspected fraud and called police
A Canadian judge said Thursday she will announce her decision at a later date after she ended the first phase of an extradition hearing that will decide whether a top executive of Chinese tech giant Huawei is sent to the United States.
A woman convicted of manslaughter for urging her suicidal boyfriend to kill himself in text messages was released from jail Thursday. Michelle Carter was freed more than three months early from a county jail in Massachusetts for good behavior.
Rep. Adam Schiff jokingly referenced a comment made by Vladimir Putin in November. He said President Donald Trump shifted the blame of 2016 election interference to Ukraine, prompting Putin to "thank God" that Russia was no longer the focus.
Here's the latest for Thursday January 23rd: As Senate heads into second day of argument, the challenge Democrats face; China locking down cities with 18 million to stop coronavirus; Trump ends some protections for waterways, aiding developers; Lo...
Two groups are suing an Arkansas city seeking the release of evidence they say could exonerate an inmate who was executed nearly three years ago.
In their 2nd day of impeachment arguments, House Democrats assert President Donald Trump flagrantly abused his power when he sought an investigation of former Vice President Joe Biden and his son strictly to sway the 2020 election in his favor.
House Democrats declared that “no president” has ever abused power the way Donald Trump did in his Ukraine dealings as they opened their second day of arguments Thursday in the historic impeachment trial in the U.S. Senate.
Vice President Mike Pence on Thursday announced that Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and his main political rival, Benny Gantz, would visit the White House next week to discuss the “prospect of peace” with the Palestinians.
Nine parents who were deported as the Trump administration separated thousands of migrant families landed back into the U.S. late Wednesday to reunite with children they had not seen in a year and a half.
House Democrats prosecuting President Donald Trump's impeachment are trying to win over senators and a deeply divided American public. Rep. Jerrold Nadler argued Thursday the president's conduct was "illegal," and "dangerous."
Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer says witnesses and documents are still vital in having a fair impeachment trial of President Donald Trump. And he says there are no bipartisan deals in the making for witnesses, document or any new evidence.
Britain's Prince Charles appeared to snub U.S. Vice President Mike Pence on Thursday during his arrival to the World Holocaust Forum event.
Chinese authorities are locking down three cities that are home to more than 18 million people in an effort to contain the deadly coronavirus; Seventeen people have died, all of them in and around Wuhan, China.
Actress Annabella Sciorra is testifying that Harvey Weinstein held her down and raped her.
Recording artist Georgia spent 24 hours in a club as research for her latest single "24 Hours," and said the experiences that inspired her second album, "Seeking Thrills," happened when she was sober.
Surviving members of "Monty Python" pay tribute to Terry Jones; Rapper Juice WRLD died of accidental drug overdose, says coroner; Harvey Weinstein confident of fair trial as opening statements heard in New York trial.
Over 100 models walked the catwalk at Jean Paul Gaultier's final haute couture show in Paris. Backstage, the legendary designer reflected on his trailblazing 50-year career and said he's looking forward to a "new adventure."
Oscar-nominated director Bong Joon-ho, costume designer Ruth Carter and actor Trevor Jackson attend the 11th annual African American Film Critics Association Awards in Los Angeles.
Here's the latest for Thursday January 23rd: More coronavirus cases in China; 3 US firefighters die in Australia plane crash; Democrats complete first day of impeachment trial arguments; 1 dead, 7 wounded in downtown Seattle shooting.
Three American crew members died Thursday when a C-130 Hercules aerial water tanker crashed while battling wildfires in southeastern Australia, officials said.
A protester briefly interrupted the Senate impeachment trial of President Trump on Wednesday. The protester could be heard screaming as Democratic Rep. Hakeem Jeffries of New York was speaking.
Multiple people opened fire outside a McDonald's in the busiest part of downtown Seattle during the evening commute Wednesday, killing one person and wounding seven others, police said. Authorities are seeking the suspects.