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“Housekeeping for Beginners” begins with a shot of a painting on a wall hanging just a little askew. It’s an apt metaphor for what’s in store, says Associated Press critic Mark Kennedy. … more
On April 4, 2014, outside a heavily guarded government compound in eastern Afghanistan, Associated Press photographer Anja Niedringhaus was killed by an Afghan police officer as she sat in her car. … more
LITTLE ROCK — The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention confirmed on Monday a human case in Texas of Highly Pathogenic Avian Influenza, commonly known as H5N1 bird flu. more
TOPEKA, Kan. — Kansas is poised to increase penalties for killing police dogs and horses after legislators gave their final approval Tuesday to a measure inspired by a suspect's strangling of a dog last year in the state's largest city. more
In the moments before the cargo ship Dali rammed into the Francis Scott Key Bridge and sent it crumbling into the water, a flurry of urgent warnings crackled over radios and enabled police to block … more
An Israeli airstrike that killed seven aid workers in Gaza reverberated around the world Tuesday. Friends and relatives mourned the losses of those who were delivering food to besieged Palestinians … more
Spectators who aren't near the path of totality or who get cloudy weather on eclipse day can still catch the total solar eclipse. NASA, science centers and media organizations plan to stream live … more
Associated Press photographers have been there for the biggest stories in sports across the globe over the past week. The super lightweight title fight between Isaac Cruz and Rolando Romero in Las … more
World Central Kitchen, the food charity founded by celebrity chef José Andrés, announced it is immediately pausing its work in the Gaza Strip after an apparent Israeli strike killed seven of its … more
An aid group says an Israeli airstrike on its workers in Gaza killed at least seven people, including several foreigners. The World Central Kitchen, the food charity founded by celebrity chef José … more
North America is on the verge of another masking of the sun during a total solar eclipse. This one will last almost twice as long, with an even wider audience, than the eclipse that stretched … more
New federal guidance says hospitals must obtain written informed consent from patients before subjecting them to pelvic exams and exams of other sensitive areas — especially if an exam will be done … more
The periodical cicadas that are about to infest two parts of the United States aren’t just plentiful, they’re downright weird. These insects are the strongest urinators in the animal kingdom, … more
Trillions of evolution’s bizarro wonders, red-eyed periodical cicadas, are about to emerge in numbers not seen in decades and possibly centuries. These cicadas are nature's kings of the calendar, … more
For maybe the last time, convicted killer Alex Murdaugh will shuffle into a courtroom in South Carolina. Murdaugh is scheduled to be sentenced Monday morning in federal court for stealing from … more
Across the globe, people celebrated Easter Sunday — commemorating the day when, according to Christian tradition, Jesus was resurrected in Jerusalem two millennia ago. In India, Christian … more
Longtime U.S. Rep. William D. Delahunt of Massachusetts has died following a long-term illness. His family says Delahunt died Saturday at his home in Quincy, Massachusetts, at the age of 82. … more
Across Latin America, Roman Catholic faithful commemorated Good Friday with processions and ceremonies re-enacting the crucifixion of Jesus. In the Guatemalan town of Antigua, devotees wearing … more
Televised images have swept Peru of government agents from an investigative team breaking into the president’s residence with a sledgehammer. The raid was authorized by the judiciary at the request … more
A new study says climate change is making giant heat waves crawl slower across the globe and they are baking more people for a longer time with higher temperatures over larger areas. Friday's study … more
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