Associated Press Episodes
Phoenix police say a newborn baby girl was found dead in a women's restroom inside an Amazon distribution center. Investigators have located and spoken with the mother.
Michigan State University’s board says interim president John Engler’s resignation is effective immediately. The board acted a day after Engler announced his resignation amid fallout from the case of convicted sexual abuser Larry Nassar
Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi defended her suggestion to postpone the president's State of the Union address as long as the partial government shutdown continues.
During an appearance at the Pentagon, President Donald Trump said "our goal is simple: that we can detect and destroy" any incoming missile. Part of the new strategy is to create a level of sensors in space.
The partial government shutdown that began Dec. 22 caused roughly 420,000 federal employees to work without pay. This week, the IRS said it will recall thousands of workers to handle tax returns.
President Donald Trump Thursday rolled out a new strategy for an aggressive space-based missile defense system. In remarks at the Pentagon, he also slammed Democrats over the government shutdown and continued his push for a southern border wall.
Florida Republican Senator Rick Scott is defending President Donald Trump's decision to reject a short-term fix to the partial government shutdown, indicating that he thinks Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi is not acting in good faith.
Scottish comedian Daniel Sloss' first award was for his amazing personality.
British architect Sir David Adjaye splashed out on an expensive suit when picking up his first-ever award.
"Superstore" actor Nico Santos smiles when thinking back to his first-ever award, won back home in the Philippines.
Walt Disney World recently showed the Associated Press what it takes to put their shows together. It’s a shift for a resort that hasn’t allowed many peaks behind the curtains of the fantasy it creates.
Chicago inspectors find code violations at R. Kelly's studio; Metallica, Miley Cyrus perform at Chris Cornell tribute; The Duke and Duchess of Sussex attend Cirque du Soleil performance.
Nicole Kidman hopes audiences won't be too distracted by her look in new dark thriller "Destroyer," where she plays a weathered, violent cop.
Here's the latest for Thursday January 17th: Pelosi says Trump should delay State of the Union; Suicide bombing in Syria kills 4 Americans; L.A. teacher strike negotiations on Thursday; Storms knock down trees in California.
Federal workers and airline employees protested the partial federal government shutdown outside Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport on Wednesday.
Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer says Attorney General nominee William Barr could not assure him that he would allow special counsel Robert Mueller's report to be fully released, other than redactions. Schumer says he's very disappointed.
U.S. Border Patrol agents in New Mexico say a group of nearly 250 immigrants are in custody after turning themselves in to authorities at the Antelope Wells Port of Entry.
A Georgia man accused of plotting to attack the White House with an anti-tank rocket was arrested on Wednesday after he traded his car for guns and explosives, authorities said. Local media reports agents searched Hasher Jallal Taheb's home.
Tens of thousands of embryos left over from pregnancy attempts are stuck in limbo in fertility clinics across the United States. They’ve been abandoned or their owners can’t decide what to do with them.
Highlights of Today in History: Benjamin Franklin born; Soviet and Polish forces liberate Warsaw; Eisenhower farewell address; Japan earthquake; Al Capone is born;Muhammad Ali born.
Fox network is just about ready for its production of 'Rent' to air in just over a week starring Vanessa Hudgens, Brandon Victor Dixon, Keirsey Clemens and more.
The federal government shutdown has shuttered immigration courts, leading to thousands of delayed cases. Only those held in detention get a hearing before a judge.
This week marks 25 years since a deadly earthquake struck Southern California's densely populated San Fernando Valley.
New House Democrats walked across the Capitol from the House to the Senate side to call for Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell to pass bills that would reopen parts of the government.
A 21-year-old Georgia man is charged after federal investigators foiled a plan they say he had to attack the White House.
A prominent American anchorwoman on Iranian state television has been arrested by the FBI during a visit to the U.S., the overseas broadcaster reported Wednesday. Her son said she was being held in a prison, apparently as a material witness.
Fog on a mountain highway in Southern California triggered a 19-vehicle crash Wednesday. Officials say 35 people were evaluated for injuries after the crash on Interstate 15 in Cajon Pass, about 60 miles east of Los Angeles.
Chicago building inspectors spent about an hour inside R. Kelly's recording studio in Chicago before surveying the building's exterior. In New York, chanting protesters gathered outside Sony headquarters asking RCA to drop the R&B star from its la...
The government shutdown has caused for an outpouring of generosity throughout the country and chef Jose Andres has joined in by opening a kitchen and cafe to serve free meals to furloughed federal workers in Washington, D.C.
Here's the latest for Wednesday, January 16th: British Prime Minster narrowly survives no confidence vote; US military says troops killed in Syria explosion; Pelosi calls for delay in State of the Union; Memorial planned for 9/11 rescue workers.
British Prime Minister Theresa May's government has survived a no-confidence vote in parliament.
As the shutdown enters it's 4th week, people in Orlando are helping out by donating food and other necessities for affected workers.
A day after she jumped into the presidential race from a glimmering Manhattan television studio, Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand returned Wednesday to her upstate New York hometown to preview her campaign.
The partial government shutdown is costing the United States economy $1.2 billion dollars a week, according to an analysis by ratings agency S&P Global.
A Gillette ad for men invoking the #MeToo movement is sparking intense online backlash, Since it debuted Monday, the Internet-only ad has garnered nearly 19 million views on YouTube, Facebook and Twitter — a level of buzz that any brand would covet.
The parents of the American killed in the attack in Kenya's capital say their son worked in the complex and often ate at a cafe in the luxury hotel targeted by the gunmen.
Shutdown pressure on President Donald Trump mounted Wednesday as House Speaker Nancy Pelosi called on him to delay his State of the Union address, a move that AP's Jill Colvin calls a "political shot" at the president.
Dozens of furloughed federal workers visited the Capitol Hill office of Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell to make a personal appeal to end the partial government shutdown because of the financial hardship it's causing.
Surveillance footage shows the moment of an explosion in Syria, on Wednesday, in the US-patrolled town of Manbij.
Acting Environmental Protection Agency chief Andrew Wheeler drew criticism at his Senate confirmation hearing Wednesday for his environmental rollbacks in six months on the job.
Shortly after the U.S. military said American service members were among those killed in an explosion during a routine patrol in Syria, Vice President Mike Pence declared the Islamic State "defeated" and its Caliphate "crumbled."
The U.S. military says a number of service members were killed in an explosion in Syria. It's the first instance of U.S. casualties since President Donald Trump announced his intention to withdraw troops from the country last month.
British actress Cynthia Erivo spent give years in the industry before picking up her first award - a Tony - for her role in "The Color Purple."
The first ceremony Saoirse Ronan went to was the Oscars – and she still feels like she missed out on a lot.
Matthew Morrison was filled with glee when he won his first accolade. He was also full of pie.
With shutdown negotiations deadlocked, the White House plans further meetings with rank-and-file lawmakers, as the Trump administration acknowledges the prolonged standoff is having a greater economic drag than previously thought.