Associated Press Episodes
A Southwest Airlines Boeing 737 Max made an emergency landing in Orlando Tuesday. The plane had no passengers and was being ferried to Victorville, California, where Southwest is storing the planes that were grounded after two fatal crashes.
A pioneering use of drones to fly blood samples across a North Carolina hospital campus launched Tuesday in the latest move to expand their roles in business and health care.
Here's the latest for Tuesday March 26th: Trump's border wall moves forward; all charges dropped against actor Jussie Smollett; rocket hits near home of Israel's UN ambassador; drones used to transport blood speciments at hospital campus.
Purdue Pharma, the maker of OxyContin, and the company's controlling family agreed Tuesday to pay $270 million to Oklahoma to settle allegations they helped create the nation's opioid crisis.
Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi, along with fellow House Democrats, unveiled their plans to protect preexisting conditions and make health care more affordable for Americans.
One year after March For Our Lives held a massive demonstration to protest gun violence following the Parkland, Fla. school massacre, the group made a pop-up art installation on the grounds of the U.S. Capitol with a message to lawmakers: "Your Co...
Dashcam video has been released of a white Kansas police officer shooting and wounding a black man in a case in which the rookie officer told investigators that she mistakenly fired her firearm instead of her Taser.
Officials in Rockland County, New York announced children who have not received the measles vaccine will not be allowed in public after a recent outbreak of the virus sickened more than 150 residents.
In an astonishing reversal, prosecutors have dropped all charges against "Empire" actor Jussie Smollett. Chicago Mayor, Rahm Emmanuel, called the decision “a whitewash of justice.”
President Donald Trump reiterated how great he believes the findings from the Special Counsel Robert Mueller's investigation is and the "Republican party will soon be the party of health care."
Attorneys for "Empire" actor Jussie Smollett say charges alleging he lied to police about attack have been dropped. Smollett attorneys Tina Glandian and Patricia Brown Holmes said Tuesday that that Smollett's record "has been wiped clean."
House Republican leaders slammed Democrats over the recent Mueller report, saying now that it shows there was no collusion between Russia and the Trump campaign, "it's time to move on."
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo is expanding a ban on U.S. aid to groups that promote or provide abortions. Pompeo says he's extended the ban to organizations that comply with the rule but give money to others that don't.
At a time of deep division within the Democratic party over support for Israel, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi addressed the AIPAC conference Tuesday, declaring that support for Israel within the U.S. Congress is "iron-clad and bipartisan."
Mandy Moore says she has a lot of "appreciation, fondness and respect for my young self" as she’s presented with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
Attorney Michael Avenatti arrested on charges of extortion and bank fraud; Apple unveils new TV and movie streaming service at star-studded event in California; Family members celebrate Aretha Franklin on what would have been Queen of Soul's 77th ...
Police near Boston responded to report of an active shooter at a hotel. A Massachusetts Police statement, quoted by The Boston Globe, said one person has a minor injury. Officers are looking for a suspect. Guests and employees were evacuated.
Here's the latest for Tuesday March 26th: House Democrats call for Mueller report release; Michael Avenatti arrested; Israeli air strike in Gaza after Palestinian rocket fire; US successfully tests defensive missiles, firing two at once.
The Nash County, North Carolina sheriff says five inmates broke out of a detention center on Monday, escaping through a hole in a fence. At least two of the inmates were later caught.
In the first test of its kind, the Pentagon on Monday carried out a "salvo" intercept of an unarmed missile, using two interceptor missiles launched from underground silos in California. The target missile was destroyed over the Pacific.
Senate Democratic Leader Chuck Schumer is trying to pass a resolution urging the public release of special counsel Robert Mueller's report. Senate Republicans are blocking the resolution.
Israeli forces continued to strike targets Tuesday in the Gaza Strip after a rocket attack from the Palestinian territory. The Israeli army said at least 30 rockets were fired into Israel, and that it retaliated with at least 15 airstrikes.
Highlights of this day in history: Israel and Egypt sign a peace treaty; Bodies of Heaven's Gate cult members are found in Calif.; The first U.S. team to win hockey's Stanley Cup; 'Funny Girl' opens on Broadway; Singer Diana Ross born.
Four Dutch journalists were killed by soldiers during El Salvador’s civil war, according to a UN commission. Now, calls for justice grow after a documentary revealed that the Salvadoran colonel implicated in the killings lives in the US.
A new AP-NORC poll finds two-thirds of Americans support stricter guns laws, but a UC Berkeley gun expert says don't expect quick changes to national gun policy like those in made in New Zealand after mass shootings in two mosques.
Apple announced its own TV and movie streaming service, enlisting superstars like Oprah Winfrey, Jennifer Aniston and Steven Spielberg to try to overcome its rivals’ head start.
After recent suicides by two Stoneman Douglas High school students, officials and parents in Parkland are emphasizing that suicide prevention and mental health resources should be made available at school.
President Donald Trump welcomed the reigning NHL champion Washington Capitals to the Oval Office at the White House on Monday to congratulate them for winning the Stanley Cup in June.
Here's the latest for Monday, March 25: Trump cheers Muller report; Netanyahu returns to Israel after rocket attack from Gaza, attorney Michael Avenatti charged with extortion; Apple introduces star-studded TV service
Family members celebrate Aretha Franklin on what would have been the Queen of Soul's 77th birthday with a memorial service and a screening of a documentary film.
Apple trotted out few details on its long-awaiting streaming service on Monday, but it didn’t skimp on high-wattage celebrity. Oprah Winfrey, Steven Spielberg and J.J. Abrams were a part of a parade of A-listers who took the stage at Apple headqu...
Michael Avenatti, the attorney best known for representing porn actress Stormy Daniels in lawsuits against President Donald Trump, was arrested in New York Monday on charges he tried to extort millions of dollars from Nike.
Workers are making progress at International Terminals Company in Texas. Storage tanks that contained components of gasoline and materials used in nail polish remover, glues and paint thinner caught fire March 17 and burned for several days.
A U.S. Attorney in Los Angeles says lawyer Michael Avenatti, a critic of President Donald Trump, could face up to 50 years in prison if convicted on wire and bank fraud charges.
Indonesian police said Monday they also found geckos and chameleons in the luggage of a Russian tourist who was arrested for allegedly trying to smuggle a drugged orangutan out of Bali.
After more nearly two years, Americans across the country finally have some insight into special counsel Robert Mueller's Russia investigation. On Monday, they expressed divergent views about the outcome of the probe.
Attorney General William Barr has made his determination about special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation . Now Democrats want to make their own.
Now that special counsel Robert Mueller's two-year investigation into Trump's campaign is over, it's being transformed into a rallying cry and a weapon for the president's re-election campaign.
President Donald Trump is accusing those responsible for launching the special counsel investigation of "treason, saying they will "be looked at." He also said it "wouldn't bother" him if the Mueller report was released to the public.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu says his country holds the 'high ground and shall never give it up." His comments come during a meeting with President Donald Trump at the White House.
Israel's prime minister says his country has begun responding "forcefully" to a rocket attack from the Gaza Strip. Speaking at the White House, Benjamin Netanyahu said he will "not tolerate" the rocket strike.
Vice President Mike Pence cheered the key finding of Special Counsel Robert Mueller that President Donald Trump's campaign did not collude with the Russians. Pence called the attorney general's summary letter to Congress "a total vindication of th...
The Republican chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee says his panel will "unpack the other side of the story" of special counsel Robert Mueller's probe into President Donald Trump and his campaign and look into the FBI's use of a dossier.
White House spokeswoman Sarah Sanders says the Mueller report findings amount to a "complete and total exoneration" of President Donald Trump. She said Trump will let the attorney general decide whether the report will be publicly released.
Country duo Maddie and Tae talk about their new beginning after the label they released their debut album on closed down.
Dubai government denies there were plans for R. Kelly concert; Prince Charles and his wife Camilla began the first official trip to Cuba by the British royal family; Jordan Peele's "Us" storms its way to top of U.S. box office with over $70.3 mill...