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This summer the weather has not only been extreme, but it has whiplashed from one extreme to another. Dallas, St. Louis, Kentucky, Yellowstone, Death Valley all lurched from drought to flood. And … more
During six months of war in Ukraine, Associated Press photographers have captured images that are both succinct and eloquent. The click of a shutter is brief, but the stories they tell are deep. … more
A new Ukrainian soccer league season starts Tuesday under threat of more Russian attacks in a war that stopped all games being played since February. The elegant Olympic Stadium staged the biggest … more
An Arizona woman is still missing after being swept away at Utah’s Zion National Park three days ago as flooding surged through the southwestern United States and imperiled tourists visiting the … more
Serious pregnancy complications are rare in the U.S., but they still affect thousands of women each year. They may endanger the health of the mother, fetus or both. Many are more common in Black … more
This Saturday, San Diego Bishop Robert McElroy will join 20 other Catholic clerics in being elevated to the position of cardinal. McElroy is a staunch ally of Pope Francis, a stance that puts him at … more
South Korean police say they believe a possible relative of two children whose bodies were found in suitcases in New Zealand last week is likely in South Korea. Immigration records show that the … more
There's no dispute about some of the evidence in the trial of two men accused of wanting to kidnap Michigan’s governor. Barry Croft Jr. and Adam Fox enjoy getting high. The jury repeatedly has … more
Death Valley National Park’s most popular sites will reopen to the public on Saturday, two weeks after massive flash-flooding. But the National Park Service cautions visitors to expect delays and … more
From Taliban fighters celebrating one year since they seized the Afghan capital, Kabul, to the men's park final at the European Cycling Championships in Munich, to Machine Gun Kelly performing in … more
Algerian firefighters have extinguished all but one of over 50 wildfires that ravaged the country this week. The fires in the North African nation left at least 37 people dead and consumed crops and … more
AUGUST 12 - 18, 2022 This photo gallery highlights some of the most compelling images from North America made or published by The Associated Press in the past week. The selection was curated … more
Aug. 12-19, 2022 This photo gallery highlights some of the most compelling images made or published by Associated Press photographers in Asia and Pacific. The gallery was curated by AP photo … more
A Pennsylvania man has been charged with abuse of a corpse, receiving stolen property and other charges after police say he allegedly tried to buy stolen human remains from an Arkansas woman for … more
The prequel to “Game of Thrones’’ is set to forge its own storytelling path. “House of the Dragon” has a new set of characters and a more diverse writing and directing team. The prequel … more
“She-Hulk” director Kat Coiro looks to Rob Reiner's choices particularly in the 1980's when it comes to choosing what projects she wants to make. In the 80s, Reiner bounced between films such as … more
The first official federal calculations of the new spending package that President Biden signed this week show it will slice America's carbon pollution by more than 1 billion tons by the end of the … more
Rosalynn Carter turns 95 Thursday, and her birthday is being marked with butterflies. A friend says the wife of former President Jimmy Carter has a fascination with butterflies dating back to her … more
Scientists and students embarking on a census of Georgia lake sturgeon have found three females with mature eggs — an indication that the prehistoric fish may be reproducing in Georgia for the … more
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