Associated Press Episodes
Off to Japan's G-20 summit, Donald Trump says "the Mueller thing never stops," reacting to Robert Mueller's expected testimony. Reporters asking about a meeting with Vladimir Putin, Trump replied: "what I say to him is none of your business."
President Donald Trump voiced optimism on legislation to provide billions in humanitarian aid to stem the immigration crisis at the southern border. However, he blamed Democrats, saying they need to back changing asylum laws.
President Donald Trump on Wednesday listed steps his administration had taken to bolster conservative causes and oppose abortion, warning evangelical voters that it all could change very quickly with the "wrong person" in the White House.
Desus & Mero reveal how they're shaking up the late night talk show universe, how "Desus & Mero on ShowTime" resembles a Twitter feed, and why the program is 'for the people.'
President Donald Trump heads to the G-20 summit in Japan this week, weighed down by escalating tensions with Iran, stalled negotiations over North Korea's nuclear capabilities and a stalemated trade dispute with China.
The top Republican on the Senate Homeland Security Committee said he hoped an AP photo showing a migrant father and his infant daughter drowned in the Rio Grande river would spur Congress to act on illegal immigration.
State and local investigators are trying to determine the cause of a house fire that killed six people, including four children, in a small northern Wisconsin town
Keri Russell has kept busy since wrapping her critically acclaimed TV series "The Americans." She filmed a role in "Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker," out this December, and now stars opposite fellow "Star Wars" actor Adam Driver in the play "Burn...
R&B Singer R. Kelly arrived in a Chicago courtroom on Wednesday morning for a status hearing in his criminal sexual abuse trial. Prosecutors turned over a DVD that allegedly shows the singer having sex with a minor.
Lawyers for Cuba Gooding Jr. are providing a court with video they say will show the actor did not grope a woman at a New York City bar. The prosecution, meanwhile, presented the court on Wednesday with a deposition from Gooding's accuser.
Rabbi Yisroel Goldstein, who was wounded in a synagogue shooting in San Diego in April, told the United Nations General Assembly that anti-Semitism is a "problem for the world."
Hollywood superstars Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton divorced for the first time.
Cardi B arraigned on new felony charges; Michael Jackson fans gather for the 10th anniversary of his death; BTS launch mobile game.
Here's the latest for Wednesday, June 26th: Mueller to testify before House next month; House passes migrant emergency care bill; Gunman and two others killed in Calif. car dealership; Pompeo and Indian officials talk trade.
Fans celebrated Michael Jackson's life by marching on Hollywood Boulevard to his Walk of Fame star where they chanted and sang.
Fans paid tribute to Michael Jackson on the 10th anniversary of his death at the late pop star's burial place in Glendale, California.
A man who had just been fired from a Northern California Ford dealership shot and killed two employees and then killed himself Tuesday evening, police and witnesses said.
The House of Representatives passed a $4.5 billion emergency border aid package to care for thousands of migrant families and unaccompanied children detained after crossing the U.S.-Mexico border. The Senate has a different version of the bill.
As a South Carolina tribe works to build a new casino across the state line, North Carolina’s only federally recognized American Indian tribe protests their right to the land they hope to build on.
NASA’s Lunar Sample Laboratory houses hundreds of pounds of moon rocks. With the 50th anniversary of the first manned moon landing approaching, NASA is about to open some Apollo samples for the first time in decades.
Highlights of this day in history: President John F. Kennedy rallies West Berlin during the Cold War; The U.N. Charter signed; Scientists complete first rough map of the human genetic code; Charlie Chaplin's 'The Gold Rush' premieres.
Searing images show a man and his 23-month-old daughter face down in shallow water on the Mexico bank of the Rio Grande, highlighting the perils of the latest migration crisis.
Police are serving search warrants and hunting for any clues about the mysterious disappearance of a University of Utah student, including basic details about a person she met when she was last seen.
President Donald Trump is awarding the nation's highest military honor to an Iraq veteran who cleared an insurgent strongpoint and allowed members of his platoon to move to safety.
Here's the latest for Tuesday, June 25th: Iran says new US sanctions shut doors of diplomacy; First lady's spokeswoman to be WH press secretary; Illinois 11th state to OK recreational marijuana; Animals at zoo hosed down as humans enjoy the heat
Gov. J.B. Pritzker signed legislation making Illinois the 11th state in the nation to legalize recreational marijuana and the second to enact It through the Legislature rather than the ballot box.
Georgia sheriff's office realeased dramatic body-cam video showing the rescue of a newborn girl who was found alive inside a plastic bag in the woods.
Grammy-winning rapper Cardi B was arraigned Tuesday on new felony charges in connection with a fight last year at a New York City strip club. She pleaded not guilty to attempted assault. The rapper rejected a plea deal earlier this year.
President Donald Trump says Iran still takes his threats seriously even after he decided against approving strikes in retaliation for Tehran's downing of a more than $100 million American surveillance drone over the Strait of Hormuz.
As Congress works to come up with a solution to pass emergency funding for migrants, demonstrators briefly rallied on Capitol Hill against the funding of deportations and, what they call, mass detention facilities.
A county sheriff says an 11-year-old Girl Scout was walking along a gravel road when she was fatally struck by a falling tree at a southern Indiana campground.
Vice President Mike Pence is launching a "Latinos for Trump" coalition in Miami, an effort by the Trump campaign to engage Latino voters in advance of the 2020 election.
The story of Hamlet is well known, but a new film starring Naomi Watts and Daisy Ridley reimagines Shakespeare's story from the viewpoint of his love Ophelia, which Watts says makes the story more accessible.
Recording artists including Ne-Yo, H.E.R., and Anderson .Paak discuss Michael Jackson's legacy, 10 years after his death.
Supermodel Naomi Campbell says being named as the recipient of the British Fashion Awards' Fashion Icon honor is overwhelming and talks about maintaining integrity in her career.
Police release more than 1,000 files from the Jussie Smollett probe; Lawyer: Cuba Gooding Jr.'s accuser "troubled," calls groping case bogus; Tributes to Michael Jackson flow on the 10th anniversary of his death.
Here's the latest for Tuesday, June 25th: Iran says no negotiations with U.S.; Congresswoman says most migrant children removed from Border Patrol facility; Brush fire burns dozens of cars; SpaceX rocket launches with 24 satellites.
Speaking at the premiere of Showtime series "The Loudest Voice," former Fox News Channel host Gretchen Carlson - and Naomi Watts, who plays her in the drama - talk about the women that came forward to speak against Roger Ailes.
At the New York premiere of Showtime's limited series "The Loudest Voice" - which fictionalizes the rise and fall of Fox News' Roger Ailes' - Russell Crowe and Naomi Watts discuss the difficulties of doing justice to the subject.
A brushfire burned 86 cars at a CarMax automobile dealership lot in Bakersfield, California. Authorities received reports Monday afternoon of several grass fires erupting along State Route 99 in the Central California city.
SpaceX launched its heftiest rocket with 24 research satellites early Tuesday. It marked the military's first ride on a recycled rocket. Both side boosters landed back at Cape Canaveral, but the new core booster missed an ocean platform.
Chicago police release hundreds of files from the investigation into Jussie Smollett's claim he was attacked by two men in January.
The Democratic race for the White House kicks off in earnest this week as 20 of the contenders square off in the first set of high-stakes primary debates this Wednesday and Thursday.
More intense and frequent wildfires in the U.S. means more lung-damaging smoke that researchers say could affect tens of millions of people. One study estimates the number of deaths from chronic exposure to smoke will double in coming decades.
Highlights of this day in history: The Korean War begins; Custer meets his end at the Battle of Little Bighorn; John Dean testifies before the Senate Watergate Committee; Author George Orwell born; Deep-sea explorer Jacques Cousteau dies.
Police in Salt Lake City say there still is no sign of missing University of Utah senior Mackenzie Lueck since she was dropped off by a Lyft driver early June 17. A police official says the investigation into her disappearance continues.