Associated Press Episodes
Union members walked picket lines Wednesday at University of California campuses and hospitals in a one-day strike. Sen. Bernie Sanders, who is again running for president, addressed strikers at the University of California, Los Angeles.
A lawyer says Harvard University has the opportunity to "remove the stain from its legacy" by honoring a Connecticut woman's request to turn over photos of two South Carolina slaves she says are her ancestors.
Officials say recent flooding in parts of Nebraska has caused nearly $1.4 billion in estimated losses and damage.
Virginia Tech Helmet Lab released its youth football-helmet ratings today that can help consumers decide which helmet is more effective in reducing the risk of concussions.
Law-breaking turned into breakdancing at the end of a Los Angeles vehicle pursuit. TV news helicopters were overhead Tuesday night when a suspect did a brief dance before being handcuffed.
Here's the latest for Wednesday, March 20th: Trump said the Mueller report should be released to public; Theresa May hits pause button on Brexit; Mozambique begins days of mourning for Idai victims; Texas homeowner fines 45 rattlesnakes under home.
Crews have extinguished a fire that's burned for days at a Houston-area petrochemicals storage facility. The fire sent up a huge plume of smoke but the EPA says air quality remains safe
British Prime Minister Theresa May says she has "great personal regret" that the U.K. won't leave European Union with a deal next week and it's time for her country's lawmakers to decide what they want to do about Brexit.
Georgia Sen. Johnny Isakson is blasting President Donald Trump for his criticism of John McCain seven months after the senator's death. He made the remarks on Georgia Public Broadcasting's Political Rewind radio show hosted by Bill Nigut.
A commercial aircraft consultant says the FAA is most likely under funded and does not have the resources to do necessary aircraft safety inspections.
For a third day, President Trump went on the attack against the late Sen. John McCain. Speaking in Ohio, Trump complained he never got a thank you for McCain's funeral. He also took on 1988 Democratic presidential nominee, Michael Dukakis.
A sheriff's deputy was killed in central Washington state and a police officer was shot and wounded after they exchanged gunfire with a road rage driving suspect, authorities said Wednesday.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has approved the first drug specifically developed to treat postpartum depression. The agency on Tuesday approved Sage Therapeutics' Zulresso, a physician administered IV drug given over 2 ½ days.
The Federal Reserve left its key interest rate unchanged Wednesday and projected no rate hikes in 2019, dramatically underscoring its plan to be "patient" about any further increases.
With the close of Disney's $71 billion acquisition of Fox's entertainment assets one analyst believes Disney now has the 'fuel in the engine' to take on Netfilx once it starts its streaming service next year.
As the special counsel investigation into Donald Trump's presidential campaign winds down, a new poll finds that most Americans are at least moderately confident that Robert Mueller's probe has been fair and impartial.
Labrador retrievers aren't letting go of their hold on U.S. dog lovers, but German shorthaired pointers are tugging on the top ranks of doggy popularity, according to new American Kennel Club data.
A Texas homeowner who reported seeing "a few" snakes under his home actually had dozens of rattlesnakes living beneath his house.
U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has given Israel's leader a welcome boost at the height of a tight re-election campaign.
President Donald Trump says it's "ridiculous" that Special Counsel Robert Muller is writing a report to summarize his findings, but says he's looking forward to seeing what it says.
President Donald Trump escalated his public feud with the husband of top aide Kellyanne Conway Wednesday, calling George Conway "a whack job," and saying he's "doing a tremendous disservice to a wonderful wife."
The Des Moines Police Department is praising several of its police officers for rescuing several small children from a burning apartment building early Tuesday morning.
A koala took the opportunity to cool off in an unoccupied air conditioned car near Adelaide on Monday, relaxing on the leather seats as the owner tried to convince it to leave.
Citing growing threats from China and Russia, Acting Defense Secretary Patrick Shanahan said the U.S. must invest in the Trump administration's proposed Space Force to ensure it doesn't lose its "margin of dominance" in space.
The White House's Council on Economic Adviser has credited some fictional characters in its annual economic report.
President Donald Trump is returning to Ohio, the state that foretold his 2016 victory and serves as the linchpin of his re-election effort
Actresses Patricia Arquette and Joey King transformed themselves to star Hulu true crime series "The Act."
The first funerals for some of the 50 victims of last week's shootings at two mosques in New Zealand have begun. Christchurch authorities spent four days constructing a special grave at a city cemetery that is designated for the Muslim burials.
Disney closes $71B deal for Fox entertainment assets; "The Young and the Restless" star Kristoff St. John died of heart disease; Jay-Z, the Killers, Miley Cyrus among major artists set for event commemorating 50th anniversary of landmark Woodstock...
Jay-Z, the Killers, Miley Cyrus among major artists set for event commemorating 50th anniversary of landmark Woodstock music festival.
Here's the latest for Wednesday March 20th: Funerals for New Zealand shooting victims; Aid sent to southern Africa after cyclone; Vice President Pence visits flooded Nebraska; Texas officials unsure of when Houston-area fire will burn itself out.
Vice President Mike Pence surveyed flooded areas in Nebraska Tuesday. He viewed the raging Elkhorn river, talked to first responders and visited a shelter for displaced people. He promised expedited action on presidential disaster declarations.
Nearly 14 years after Hurricane Katrina hit, there’s a house in New Orleans that has recreated the affect of floodwaters from the storm.
California officials are rolling out a plan to remove more dead trees and underbrush in forests statewide to beat back wildfire danger. However, some scientists say the focus should be on protecting homes and other structures.
Highlights of this day in history: American and British forces invade Iraq; U.S. soldiers charged in Abu Ghraib scandal; France's Napoleon regains power; 'Uncle Tom's Cabin'; Sarin attack hits Tokyo subway; John Lennon marries Yoko Ono.
Several asylum seekers who are being forced to wait in Mexico while their cases wind through U.S. immigration court told a judge Tuesday that they are afraid to return to Mexico as they await their next hearing.
Officials said Tuesday that they're not sure when a two-day-old fire at a Houston-area petrochemicals storage facility will burn itself out, but they are confident that the air quality is safe.
Elaine Kamarck, of the Brookings Institution says "we're pretty much at the end of this process" as she discussed the next steps in the special prosecutros Russia probe.
Hundreds are dead, many more missing and thousands at risk from massive flooding in Mozambique, Malawi and Zimbabwe caused by Cyclone Idai and persistent rains.
Google plans to launch a video game streaming platform called Stadia, positioning itself to take on traditional video game business.
Here's the latest for Tuesday March 19th: Michael Cohen document dump; Kazakhstan leader steps down, Houthis say they won't give up port city; Cow on NY highway.
AP Justice Department Reporter Eric Tucker explains what the public can expect when Special Counsel Robert Mueller delivers his report to Attorney General William Barr.
An artist and Beto O'Rourke fan took his support for the Texas Democratic presidential candidate to a new level in creating a piece of artwork of O'Rourke's face in an Austin, Texas field.
Inaction by Congress and the Trump administration is threatening a fund that supports coal miners suffering from black lung.
Officials say it's unclear how long it will take to extinguish a fire at a Houston-area petrochemicals storage facility where a large blaze is burning several storage tanks filled with gasoline components.
Hollywood has "always been a family business" for veteran actress Angela Lansbury. The 93-year-old performer worked with her husband, son and brother on the TV series that made her a household name in the 1980s, "Murder, She Wrote." Lansbury appea...
Ismael Cordova will never stop getting nervous before auditions. The "Miss Bala" star says he still gets jittery before meeting a potential director even though he's finally gotten comfortable with the ups and downs of an acting career.