Associated Press Episodes
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson left Number 10 Downing Street for Buckingham Palace on Friday for a meeting with the Queen where he would be seeking permission to form a government following his resounding election victory on Thursday.
Saoirse Ronan, Florence Pugh, Timothee Chalamet and director Greta Gerwig premiere their adaptation of classic novel "Little Women" in Paris.
Taylor Swift, Billie Eilish, Alicia Keys and more walked the pink carpet at the Billboard Women in Music event in Los Angeles.
Here's the latest for Friday December 13th: Judiciary Committee to vote on impeachment articles Friday; Boris Johnson's Conservatives win big in UK parliamentary election; US test-fires previously banned missile: Mountain lion caught in California.
Professing his belief in redemption, Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear signed an executive order Thursday to restore voting rights for more than 140,000 nonviolent offenders who have completed their sentences.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s Conservative Party won a majority in Britain's Parliament. He says the victory gives him a mandate to navigate Britain's exit from the European Union.
The House Judiciary Committee abruptly postponed a historic vote late Thursday on articles of impeachment against President Donald Trump, shutting down a nearly 14-hour session. Republicans said Democrats just wanted to be on TV.
The torch relay for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics will start in Fukushima, devastated almost nine years ago by an earthquake, tsunami and the subsequent meltdown of three nuclear reactors. The relay goes to 11 towns hit by the disaster, but bypasses Fu...
Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s Conservative Party won a thumping majority in Britain's Parliament - a decisive outcome to a Brexit-dominated election that should allow Johnson to fulfill his plan to take the U.K. out of the E.U. next month.
The man-made opioid tramadol was touted as able to relieve pain with little risk of abuse. Unlike other opioids, it was unburdened by international controls. But now countries are asking international authorities to intervene.
Some Christmas tree growers say the Great Recession, the rising age of farmers and hot, dry weather are to blame for a shortage of ready-to-harvest trees this holiday season.
U.S. forces capture Iraq's ousted dictator Saddam Hussein; Authorities in communist Poland impose martial law; Union forces suffer defeat at the Battle of Fredericksburg, Virginia; Actor Dick Van Dyke is born.
Former NHL goaltender Tim Thomas says he has experienced significant brain damage from concussions during his playing career. Thomas says he still struggles to organize his thoughts.
U.S. regulators are setting up a new three-digit number to reach a suicide prevention hotline that is similar to 911. People will be able to reach trained counselors by dialing 988 in mental health emergencies.
A Houston police sergeant who was fatally shot while responding to a domestic violence call was remembered Thursday for his friendship and faith, his quirkiness and his service to others.
The Pentagon says it's conducted a flight test Thursday of a missile that had been banned under a treaty that the United States and Russia abandoned last summer. It was launched from Vandenberg Air Force Base in California.
A mountain lion was captured in a Southern California neighborhood Thursday morning. The male lion was tranquilized and outfitted with a tracking collar that scientists will use to study the big cat.
Here's the latest for Thursday December 12th: Impeachment hearing nears vote, Officials investigate New Jersey shooting as domestic terrorism, Greenpeace scale EU headquarters ahead of climate meeting, Divers dress as Santa, angel to feed fish in ...
NCAA President Mark Emmert says federal lawmakers are likely to pass legislation on athlete compensation.
Ten former NFL players were charged in a multimillion-dollar scheme to defraud the league’s health care benefit program by submitting false claims for medical equipment, including devices used on horses, the Justice Department said Thursday.
The two killers who stormed a kosher market in Jersey City were driven by hatred of Jews and law enforcement, New Jersey's attorney general said Thursday, adding that the case is being investigated as domestic terrorism.
Speaker Nancy Pelosi sounded confident Democrats will have the votes to impeach the president next week but said it is up to individual lawmakers to weigh the evidence. Yet Republicans seem unwavering in their opposition to expelling Trump.
President Donald Trump is celebrating a new law that will give 12 weeks of paid parental leave to federal workers for the first time in U.S. history. Trump said his administration will continue to push for paid leave for all Americans.
Newly crowned Miss Universe Zozibini Tunzi says she "kind of forgot everything" when she was named as the winner and explains why representation and inclusion is so important to her.
The House Judiciary Committee opened a marathon session Thursday as the sharply partisan panel took the first steps toward voting on articles of impeachment against President Donald Trump.
Harvey Weinstein's bail hiked over allegations he disabled monitor; Michelle Obama: More work needed on race in U.S.; A$AP Rocky performs in Stockholm months after conviction.
Speaking at the Hollywood Reporter's Women in Entertainment gathering, Reese Witherspoon and Charlize Theron both shared their appreciation for their ensemble casts.
At the Hollywood Reporter's Women in Entertainment gathering, Charlize Theron calls Greta Thunberg's Time magazine Person of the Year honor amazing.
Britain is holding a parliamentary election Thursday, with voters deciding who they want to resolve the Brexit stalemate. Prime Minister Boris Johnson, Labor Leader Jeremy Corbyn and Scotland's First Minister Nicola Sturgeon all voted.
Here's the latest for Thursday December 12th: Election day in Britain; House Judiciary Committee to continue discussing articles of impeachment; Funerals for two Jersey City shooting victims; New Zealand police plan to recover bodies from volcanic...
Two dozen units at a Florida apartment building were evacuated and multiple families displaced after a fire broke out on the roof Wednesday evening. Firefighters worked into the night on ladder trucks to extinguish the two-alarm fire.
The House Judiciary Committee began a marathon two-day session to consider the impeachment charges against President Trump with a lively prime-time hearing at the Capitol.
An Associated Press analysis finds that Detroit tops the list of cities that will be hardest to count in the 2020 census
Outdated practices related to childbirth that continue to be used despite evidence they cause harm are under increasing scrutiny in Europe. Complaints include inadequate anesthesia and failure to seek patient consent for certain procedures.
Members of New York's Ultra-Orthodox Jewish community gathered for funerals for Moshe Deutsch and Mindel Ferencz, two victims of Tuesday's shooting at a grocery in Jersey City, New Jersey.
A divided U.S. Supreme Court halts the presidential recount in Florida, effectively making Republican George W. Bush the winner.
Republicans and Democrats on the House Judiciary Committee clashed as they debated articles of impeachment against President Donald Trump.
The top Republican on the Judiciary panel, Georgia Rep. Doug Collins, argued that Democrats are impeaching the president because they think they can't beat him in the 2020 election.
Former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg is making his first trip to California as a Democratic presidential candidate. At a stop in San Francisco, he talked about the environment and climate change to a convention of scientists.
The House Judiciary Committee began its first steps Wednesday evening toward voting on articles of impeachment against President Donald Trump, beginning a marathon two-day session to consider the historic charges.
A pawn shop manager in Utah is being applauded after catching a baby that was about to fall off the store's counter in a tumble captured by surveillance cameras.
Anayah Bey witnessed the shooting in Jersey City Tuesday that killed six people in all _ the two attackers, a police officer and three people in a Jewish market.
Y.C. Jao was Chinese correspondent working for AP in 1949. Jao’s passion for journalism led to his death. Chinese authorities ordered his execution in April 1951. They accused Jao of counterrevolutionary activities, all owing to his work for AP.
President Donald Trump signed an executive order Wednesday targeting what his administration describes as a rising problem of anti-Semitic harassment on college campuses.
Authorities in Texas are searching the man suspected of fatally striking a Houston-area police officer as he fled a traffic stop.