Associated Press Episodes
Rallying supporters in the battleground state of Nevada, President Donald Trump mocked almost every one of his Democratic opponents and rejected a new intelligence community assessment that Russia is again seeking to interfere in the 2020 race.
The jury in Harvey Weinstein’s rape trial indicated Friday that it is deadlocked on the most serious charges, but the judge told the panel it must keep working.
Democrats are working to avoid a repeat of the chaos surrounding the Iowa caucuses as they prepare for Saturday's Nevada caucuses to choose a Democratic nominee to challenge President Donald Trump.
A inmate's attempt to escape ended in humiliating fashion when she fell through the prison's ceiling. Surveillance video from an Ohio jail captured the moment 42-year-old Jessica Boomershine came crashing down.
Thousands of supporters rally in Las Vegas as President Donald Trump winds down his four day Western swing on the eve of the Democratic caucuses in Nevada.
President Donald Trump repeats criticisms of the Democratic party's process to select his presidential rival Friday, relishing the fractious Democratic debate as Nevada prepares to vote in their presidential caucus.
Former Vice President Joe Biden spoke with the Associated Press Friday morning in Las Vegas. He criticized two of his biggest rivals in the Democratic primary, Michael Bloomberg and current front-runner Senator Bernie Sanders.
Here are the top stories for Friday, Feb. 21st: Possible Trump pick for intelligence director says 'no thanks;' US, Taliban peace agreement draws near; Germany reels after mass shooting that killed 9; Bear roams in Southern Calif. neighborhood.
One of the good Samaritans who rescued a driver from a burning tanker truck in Indiana describes what happened
Many experts expected the Oklahoma City Thunder to struggle this season, but with Chris Paul’s leadership and All-Star level play, the team has a 33-22 record.
K-pop band BTS were greeted by hundreds of fans lining New York's Rockefeller Plaza as they were interviewed on NBC's "Today" show.
A large black bear was seen strolling around a Monrovia, California neighborhood Friday morning, walking through residential lawns, driveways and resting in a nearby alley.
Analysts say New York billionaire Michael Bloomberg has to find better defenses for his record on race and gender issues as he hits the campaign trail heading to Super Tuesday.
Actress Annabella Sciorra will be front and center again on Friday as jurors are expected to hear a reading of a large chunk of her testimony during day 4 of deliberations at Harvey Weinstein’s rape trial.
Al Pacino and Logan Lerman, stars of new Amazon Prime series "Hunters," about a vigilante group fighting a Nazi uprising in America, discuss the show's examination of facism and revenge.
Jurors at Harvey Weinstein rape trial continue to focus on Annabella Sciorra; Protesters rally against cast member outside Broadway opening of "West Side Story"; President Donald Trump is not a fan of Oscar-winning movie “Parasite"
President Donald Trump is apparently not a fan of the Oscar-winning movie "Parasite." His biggest complaint, at a rally in Colorado Springs, was that the film was made in South Korea.
Harrison Ford says the fact that more people are addressing climate change is "very gratifying," although he believes countries need to elect leaders who "believe in science."
Sigourney Weaver is joined by co-stars Douglas Booth and Margaret Qualley on the red carpet, as their movie "My Salinger Year" opens the Berlin International n Film Festival.
Madison Square Garden is inviting approximately 18,000 New York City students to see Broadway play, "To Kill a Mockingbird." It marks the first time the legendary arena will host a play.
Here's the latest for Friday February 21st: Intelligence officials warn Congress of Russian 2020 election interference; Early Nevada caucus voting; Shooting in Idaho senior apartment complex; More cruise ship passengers hospitalized in US for virus.
Idaho police say at least two people were killed and three were injured in a shooting at an apartment complex for senior citizens in Caldwell. A police officer was among the injured, and the suspect in the case was among the dead.
An Olympic wrestler is accusing a University of Michigan doctor of touching him inappropriately during medical exams at the school and says the physician's reputation for such conduct was well known among his teammates.
Relishing in Democrats' jumbled primary in the wake of a fractious debate, President Donald Trump, at a rally in Colorado Springs, offered stinging criticism of his rivals as he sought to take advantage of the moment.
Highlights of this day in history: Malcolm X assassinated; President Richard Nixon visits China; Televangelist Jimmy Swaggart makes a tearful confession; Steve Fossett is the first to fly across the Pacific Ocean in a balloon.
Newly released video shows a shootout in Jersey City, New Jersey, where two shooters killed three people inside a koscher grocery store in December. The two shooters were later found dead inside the store.
Former Illinois Democratic Gov. Rod Blagojevich maintained his innocence a day after President Donald Trump commuted his sentence for political corruption. He also pondered his future and potential job prospects.
Snow has been falling across North Carolina, including in coastal areas that rarely see snow.
A paraglider spent three hours trapped in power lines before being rescued in northern California. He was not seriously injured.
A tanker truck has overturned causing a huge fire on a highway in Indianapolis, Indiana. The driver was rescued by passersby and rushed to a hospital with serious injuries.
Here's the latest for Thursday, February 20th: Roger Stone sentenced; Germany mourns Hanau shooting victims; Mexican authorities arrest two suspects in child fatal kidnapping; Portuguese lawmakers vote on euthanasia legislation.
Trump ally Roger Stone has been sentenced to more than three years in prison and fined $20,000 on his convictions for witness tampering and lying to Congress. AP's Mark Sherman breaks down the punishment and what's next for Stone.
One day after his first appearance in a Democratic presidential debate, former New York City Mayor Mike Bloomberg took his campaign to Salt Lake City.
Army aviation forces from Greece and the United States took part in a live-fire training exercise on Wednesday at the foot of Mount Olympus, marking deepening defense ties between the two countries.
Federal authorities say they are targeting methamphetamine "transportation hubs" around the country in an effort to block the distribution of the highly addictive drug.
President Donald Trump says he will not use his presidential powers to intercede in the Roger Stone case, he will let "the process play out."
Nearly 60 people evacuated from the virus outbreak in China are being released after 14 days in quarantine in Nebraska.
A commuter bus carrying passengers into New York City caught fire on a New Jersey highway early Thursday. No injuries were reported.
Replicas of the Christopher Columbus ships Niña and Pinta have sailed into a Biloxi harbor in Mississippi. About a dozen spectators lined a pier as the ships arrived.
A 43-year-old German man who posted a manifesto calling for the “complete extermination” of many “races or cultures in our midst” shot and killed nine people of foreign background in Germany, authorities said Thursday.
Stars react to the death of up-and-coming rapper Pop Smoke; Deliberating a 2nd day, Weinstein jury revisits 2006 account; Cast and crew of Oscar-winning movie "Parasite" meet South Korean president.
Director Bong Joon-ho and stars of "Parasite" meet with South Korea’s President Moon Jae-and first lady Kim Jung-Sook, in honor of their historic Oscar success.
Here's the latest for Thursday February 20th: Contentious Democratic debate in Las Vegas; Trump holds rally in Phoenix; Mass shooting in Germany; Mississippi floodwaters receding.
Producer Jordan Peele says he feels the themes in new Amazon series "Hunters" - which follows a band of Nazi hunters in '70s New York - resonate in contemporary America, adding that during the pitch he "felt a similar moment as the moment when 'Ge...