Associated Press Episodes
A judge in Arkansas has heard a challenge to recently-passed abortion laws that one official says could force the state's only surgical abortion clinic to close within a month.
Here are the top stories for Monday, July 22: Puerto Ricans protest to drive governor from office; Pro-democracy demonstrators attacked in Hong Kong; Trump disputes arrests in Iran; President, first lady pay respects to late-Justice John Paul Stev...
Equifax will pay up to $700 million to settle with the Federal Trade Commission and others over a 2017 data breach that exposed Social Security numbers and other private information of nearly 150 million people.
The political stakes are high for President Donald Trump, but also for Democrats, who have spent the past two years pushing for public testimony from Robert Mueller, which is expected on Capitol Hill this week.
Britain says it is joining with European allies to form a "maritime protection mission" in the Strait of Hormuz following Iran's seizure of a UK-flagged oil tanker in the busy waterway.
Congresswoman Rashida Tlaib tells an audience at the NAACP’s national convention that they’re all members of “the squad”
President Donald Trump is insisting that he won't be watching former special counsel Robert Mueller's upcoming congressional testimony.
Donald Trump says he can win the war in Afghanistan in a week, but that he doesn't want to kill millions of people and wipe Afghanistan "off the face of the earth." He's trying to persuade Pakistan to help get a deal with the Taliban.
President Donald Trump has paid his respects to the late Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens. Stevens retired from the court in 2010 and died last week in Florida at age 99. His body is in repose in the court's Great Hall.
Retired Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens has been remembered as a "brilliant man" with a "deep devotion to the rule of law" during a ceremony at the court where he served for nearly 35 years. Stevens died last week in Florida at age 99.
Thousands of Puerto Rican demonstrators arrived from across the island Monday for what many expected to be one of the biggest protests ever seen in the U.S. territory, with irate islanders pledging to drive Gov. Ricardo Rosselló from office.