Documents: Extremist group wanted rally to start civil war
Authorities say a hidden camera captured members of a violent white supremacist group expressing hope that violence at a gun rights rally in Virginia this week could start a civil war.
At 90, Alaska Native woman is 1st counted in US Census
A Yup'ik elder born to nomadic parents in western Alaska just after the start of the Great Depression is scheduled to be the first person counted in the 2020 Census.
Weinstein defense points to 'loving emails' as openings near
Harvey Weinstein's lawyers want to use a trove of email correspondence with his accusers to defend him at his rape trial.
What you need to know before 2020 census starts in Alaska
The 2020 census will begin next week in rural Alaska.
Washington man is 1st in US to catch new virus from China
The U.S. has its first case of a new virus that was found only last month in China.
A #MeToo moment: Harvey Weinstein trial set to open
Opening statements and the first witness testimony are expected Wednesday in Harvey Weinstein’s New York City rape trial.
Jeter 1 vote shy of unanimous, Walker also elected to Hall
Derek Jeter came within one vote of being a unanimous pick for the Hall of Fame while Larry Walker also earned baseball's highest honor on Tuesday.
In reversal, Clinton says she'd back Sanders if he's nominee
Hillary Clinton says “nobody likes” her former presidential rival Bernie Sanders, even as the Vermont senator remains among the front-runners in the Democratic race.
Trump slams impeachment, lauds US economy at Davos forum
President Donald Trump says he'll hold a news conference before he leaves Switzerland to return to Washington and his impeachment trial in the Senate.
Science Says: What to know about the viral outbreak in China
Health authorities are closely watching an outbreak of respiratory illness caused by a new virus from China.
Cases of new viral respiratory illness rise sharply in China
China says the number of cases of a new virus has risen to 440 and the death toll has risen to 9.
Roberts admonishes House prosecution, White House defense
John Roberts is starting to juggle two jobs as the impeachment trial of President Donald Trump gets underway.
UN calls for probe into possible hacking of Bezos' phone
United Nations experts have called for an "immediate investigation" by the United States into information they received that suggests that Jeff Bezos' phone was hacked after receiving a file sent from Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman's WhatsApp account.
Trump says he's open to witnesses as trial rules are set
President Donald Trump’s impeachment trial is set to unfold at the Capitol in a contentious proceeding to render judgment on his actions.
Democrats swarm industrial Iowa to prove they can beat Trump
Democratic White House hopefuls are campaigning in the more than two dozen Iowa counties that went from supporting Barack Obama to Donald Trump in 2016.
10 Things to Know for Today
Get ready for Wednesday, January 22nd with a few things to know about the day’s news from The Associated Press.
S. Korean military decides to discharge transgender soldier
South Korea’s military says it has decided to discharge a soldier who recently undertook gender reassignment surgery.
Grammys CEO says she was ousted after reporting harassment
The ousted Grammys CEO has fired back at the Recording Academy with a complaint claiming she was retaliated against after reporting she was subjected to sexual harassment and gender discrimination during her six-month tenure.
Rocker Ozzy Osbourne announces Parkinson's diagnosis
Heavy metal legend Ozzy Osbourne says that he has been diagnosed with Parkinson's disease, a nervous system disorder that affects movement.
"Naughty boy:" Monty Python star Terry Jones dies at 77
Terry Jones, a member of the Monty Python comedy troupe, has died at 77.