Associated Press Episodes
House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerrold Nadler says former Trump campaign manager Corey Lewandowski remains obligated to answer questions despite a White House order that he not discuss his confidential conversations with the president.
Fifth-year senior J.R. Reed has developed into the leader of the secondary at No. 3 Georgia, following in the footsteps of his famous father, former NFL receiver Jake Reed.
Former "Bachelorette" Rachel Lindsay and musician Travis Mills have teamed up for "Ghosted," a new MTV docu-series seeking to find answers for individuals who were abruptly cut off by a former partner, friend or relative. The co-hosts address why ...
Activists involved in months of pro-democracy protests in Hong Kong are appealing to U.S. lawmakers to block the export by American companies of weapons and equipment used against peaceful demonstrators.
A judge in Illinois denied a motion to increase singer R. Kelly's bond Tuesday, after prosecutors requested to have the singer's bond increased to reflect the additional charges he now faces in other states.
Deputy White House Press Secretary Hogan Gidley says the president is being 'cautious' when it comes to blaming Iran for the devastating weekend attack on a Saudi oil field and the world's largest crude oil processing plants.
After "SNL" drops new member Shane Gillis over past comments, the stars of NBC’s primetime comedy lineup discuss boundaries within comedy.
Welsh designer Julien Macdonald presents Julien x Gabriela - his latest collection at London Fashion Week - in collaboration with socialite Gabriela Gonzalez.
At the Los Angeles premiere of "Between Two Ferns: The Movie," star Zach Galifianakis talks about the one celebrity who got the ball rolling on famous cameos in the film.
Drone footage emerged on Tuesday of a large shark swimming very near a surfer off Werri Beach in New South Wales, Australia.
The Taliban have claimed a deadly attack in northern Afghanistan that targeted President Ashraf Ghani's campaign rally, killing 24 people, and another attack, a Kabul explosion near the U.S. Embassy.
Rocker Ric Ocasek's cause of death revealed; "SNL" rescinds cast invitation to Shane Gillis over YouTube video; Hurt Christie Brinkley pulls out of "Dancing with the Stars."
Vanessa Williams became the first African American to win the title of Miss America.
Kendall Jenner, Gigi and Bella Hadid were among the models to walk the Burberry show at London Fashion Week,
At the New York premiere of "Downton Abbey" the movie, Michelle Dockery remembers the Duchess of Cambridge's visit to the set, Hugh Bonneville shares the etiquette he learned for the part, while Elizabeth McGovern praises her character.
Here's the latest for Tuesday September 17th: Israel holds election; Trump says it looks like Iran is behind Saudi Arabia attack; Elizabeth Warren campaigns in NYC, talks about corruption; GM-UAW strike talks.
Authorities say a police officer has died after a shooting in west-central Alabama and a suspect is in custody. Alabama Media Group reports 40-year-old Tuscaloosa police officer Dornell Cousette was shot Monday night.
Israelis voted Tuesday in an unprecedented repeat election. It's the second showdown this year for Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and challenger Benny Gantz. Netayahu is seeking a fifth term and faces a possible corruption indictment.
Facing thousands of cheering supporters in New York City, Democratic presidential contender Elizabeth Warren on Monday decried President Donald Trump as "corruption in the flesh" and outlined her plans to root out corruption in government.
President Donald Trump rallied his supporters in New Mexico on Monday and talked up his chances of turning the state red as part of his efforts to expand his grip on the Electoral College in next year's presidential election.
Chinese telecom equipment giant Huawei has become increasingly self-sufficient in technology after pouring billions of dollars into research over the past decade, despite pressure from Washington, allowing it to compete globally without American s...
Want to make a counterfeit cannabis vape that looks like the real thing? The easy availability of replica packaging helps explain an explosion in counterfeiting in California’s vape market that also could be linked to an emerging health crisis.
A dedicated band of Jamaicans are rescuing coral reefs, showing nature can heal. Introducing “What Can Be Saved?,” a new weekly AP series spotlighting heroic efforts to restore a world threatened by climate change.
Highlights of this day in history: The Battle of Antietam sets a bloody record during America's Civil War; Work ends on U.S. Constitution; Israel and Egypt's leaders sign Camp David Accords; Singer Hank Williams born; 'MASH' premieres.
Bill and Melinda Gates aren’t backing down from honoring India Prime Minister Narendra Modi despite concerns about human rights abuses in the disputed Kashmir region
A propane explosion that leveled a newly constructed building after fire crews arrived to investigate the smell of gas morning, left a firefighter dead and several injured in Maine Monday.
President Donald Trump says it appears that Iran was responsible for the attacks on key oil installations in Saudi Arabia, but he says he doesn't want war.
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo is pushing to enact a statewide ban on the sale of flavored e-cigarettes amid growing health concerns connected to vaping, especially among young people. Retailers say they were caught off guard by the announcement.
Here's the latest for Monday September 16th: US blames Iran for Saudi strike, big hit for oil prices; UAW official says General Motors offer came too late; Johnson, Juncker hold Brexit talks, no visible breakthrough; Hungary marks 40 years of Star...
Brad Pitt, star of the new space movie "Ad Astra," had a burning question for a real-life astronaut. "Who was more believable? Clooney or Pitt?"
The United Auto Workers’ top negotiator said in a letter to General Motors that a strike could have been averted had the company made its latest offer sooner
President Donald Trump presented the Presidential Medal of Freedom to baseball Hall-of-Famer Mariano Rivera.
Aerial video captured clouds of smoke and dust as a Republic/National Bank facility was imploded in Dallas Sunday morning.
Hundreds of protesters gathered in Galveston, Texas on Sunday evening to demand that the police department release body camera video of the controversial August arrest of a black man by two white officers on horseback.
Elk Grove Village, a community of 32,000 outside Chicago has launched a program in which addicted people can ask police officers and other municipal workers for help without fear of arrest, even if they have illegal drugs or paraphernalia.
Jessica Hecht, the "Special" actress and Emmy nominee, takes us inside her search for the perfect dress to wear to the creative arts Emmys. The telecast will air on FX Sept. 21, the day before the Primetime awards are handed out live on TV.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson and European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker held their first face-to-face talks Monday, without any visible signs of a breakthrough on an elusive Brexit deal.
In "Super Size Me 2: Holy Chicken!" filmmaker Morgan Spurlock explores fast food from the corporate side by opening his own restaurant and reveals his conclusion.
United Auto Workers say they just want 'a fair contract' as talks are expected to resume Monday morning with General Motors.
Rocker Ric Ocasek, frontman of The Cars, dead at 75; "Jojo Rabbit" wins Toronto's sought-after audience award; "It" is tops again, "Hustlers" full of flash at box office.
Here's the latest for Monday September 16th: 49,000 UAW members strike against GM; Oil prices spike after attack in Saudi Arabia; Oxycontin maker Purdue Pharma files for bankruptcy; Hurricane Humberto forecast to cause dangerous surf.
More than 49,000 members of the United Auto Workers walk off General Motors factory floors or set up picket lines as contract talks with the company deteriorate into a strike
The Associated Press commissioned laboratory testing of vape products sold as CBD and found dangerous synthetic marijuana instead of the natural cannabis extract. One of the samples belonged to Jay Jenkins who was hospitalized after vaping.
Over 49,000 members of the United Auto Workers walked off General Motors factory floors or set up picket lines early Monday as contract talks with the company deteriorated into a strike. Workers shut down 33 manufacturing plants in nine states.
The company that made billions selling OxyContin has filed for bankruptcy protection. This comes after it reached a tentative settlement with many of the more than 2,000 governments that are suing it over its role in the opioid crisis.
Highlights of this day in history: Vietnam War deserters and draft evaders receive conditional amnesty; Palestinian refugees massacred in Lebanon; Mexico pushes for independence; Opera star Maria Callas dies; Blues great B.B. King born.
Here are the top stories for Sunday, September 15th: GM workers to go on strike; Saudi oil production cut in half by attack; NY governor to order partial e-cigarette ban; Wildfires damage homes in Australia.