Former President Carter out of surgery, no complications
Former U.S. President Jimmy Carter has been admitted to Emory University Hospital for a surgery to relieve pressure on his brain, caused by bleeding due to his recent falls.
Court rules against warrantless searches of phones, laptops
A federal court in Boston has ruled that warrantless U.S. government searches of the phones and laptops of international travelers at airports and other U.S. ports of entry violate the Fourth Amendment.
Record cold follows early snowstorm over much of eastern US
Snow and cold records fell from the Plains to the Great Lakes and beyond as an arctic airmass that started in Siberia spilled over a big chunk of the eastern half of the US.
Shildt wins NL Manager of the Year days after mom's death
Rocco Baldelli of the Minnesota Twins has narrowly beaten out Aaron Boone of the New York Yankees to win AL Manager of the Year.
Afghan president: 3 Taliban released for held US, Australian
Afghan president: 3 Taliban figures released by government in effort to have insurgents free US, Australian prisoner.
Live, from DC: Trump impeachment hearings about to go public
The closed doors of the House's impeachment investigation of Donald Trump are about to swing wide open.
Tensions rise as Bolivia opposition leader claims presidency
Rise and fall of Evo Morales: Bolivia's first indigenous president flees his crisis-torn country after deadly clashes over electoral election ending nearly 14 years in power.
Most distant world ever explored gets new name: Arrokoth
The most distant world ever explored 4 billion miles away finally has an official name: Arrokoth.
LA's Gómez elected 1st Hispanic to lead US Catholic bishops
Archbishop José Gómez of Los Angeles elected as the first Hispanic to head the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops.
Israel targets Islamic Jihad leader, sending message to Iran
The Israeli military says it has killed an Islamic Jihad commander in an airstrike at his Gaza City home.
Australia's highest court will hear Cardinal Pell's appeal
Australia's highest court has agreed to hear an appeal from the most senior Catholic to be found guilty of sexually abusing children.
Singer Andrea Bocelli: 'Absurd' to shun opera legend Domingo
Italian tenor Andrea Bocelli is staunchly defending opera legend Placido Domingo, calling it "absurd" that opera houses have canceled the star's performances over sexual harassment allegations that haven't been fully investigated.
USC campus left shaken by 9 student deaths since August
The death of nine students since classes began a little more than two months ago has left students and administrators at the University Southern California shaken and seeking answers.
No. 1 milk company declares bankruptcy amid drop in demand
Dean Foods has filed to reorganize under Ch. 11 in order to help address its debt and unfunded pension obligations.
Supreme Court lets Sandy Hook shooting lawsuit go forward
The Supreme Court is letting the lawsuit against the maker of the rifle used in the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting go forward.
Northwestern paper's apology sparks journalism debate
Student journalists at Northwestern University tried to apologize amid complaints about coverage of a speech and protests, but now are facing criticism for the apology.
US-British diplomatic clash in store over Caribbean killing?
A Connecticut man charged in the death of a hotel worker in Anguilla has declined to return to the British Caribbean territory for the latest pretrial hearing.
AP Explains: A look at the Islamic Jihad movement in Gaza
AP Explains: A look at the Islamic Jihad movement in Gaza following Israel's targeted killing the militant group's top commander there, which has set off the worst bout of fighting in recent months.
As Hong Kong descends into chaos, China mulls its options
A sharp escalation of violence in Hong Kong has once again raised the question of how China's central government will respond.
Morales' exit stymies comeback for Latin America's left
The sudden resignation of Bolivia's Evo Morales has sent shockwaves throughout Latin America, where the indigenous leader had been the last survivor among a wave of leftist leaders swept to power two decades ago as commodity prices soared.