Heavy rain across Kauai prompts rescues from floodwater, but no immediate reports of injuries

Heavy rain across Kauai prompts rescues from floodwater, but no immediate reports of injuries

Several people on the Hawaiian island of Kauai needed to be rescued from floodwaters during heavy rain, but there were no immediate reports of injuries.

1 dead after shuttle bus crashes at a Honolulu cruise ship terminal

1 dead after shuttle bus crashes at a Honolulu cruise ship terminal

One person died and multiple people were injured when a shuttle bus collided with pedestrians and concrete barriers at a Honolulu cruise ship terminal.

Lawsuit raises questions about a coroner's ruling in the death of Nevada prisoner after beatings

Lawsuit raises questions about a coroner's ruling in the death of Nevada prisoner after beatings

The mother of a Nevada prisoner who died in custody has filed a wrongful death lawsuit calling into question the coroner's narrative that her son died of heart problems.

Judge in sports betting case orders ex-interpreter for Ohtani to get gambling addiction treatment

Judge in sports betting case orders ex-interpreter for Ohtani to get gambling addiction treatment

Judge in sports betting case orders ex-interpreter for Shohei Ohtani to get gambling addiction treatment.

Prince Harry scores goal in charity polo match as Meghan, Netflix cameras look on

Prince Harry scores goal in charity polo match as Meghan, Netflix cameras look on

Prince Harry scored a goal in a charity polo match as his wife, Meghan, and cameras for a Netflix miniseries looked on.

Oil and gas companies must pay more to drill on federal lands under new Biden administration rule

Oil and gas companies must pay more to drill on federal lands under new Biden administration rule

Oil and gas companies will have to pay more to drill on public lands and satisfy stronger requirements to clean up old or abandoned wells under a final rule from the Biden administration.

Former US ambassador sentenced to 15 years in prison for serving as secret agent for Cuba

Former US ambassador sentenced to 15 years in prison for serving as secret agent for Cuba

A former career U.S. diplomat has been sentenced to 15 years in federal prison after admitting he worked for decades as a secret agent for communist Cuba.

Trump's co-defendants in classified documents case ask judge to dismiss charges against them

Trump's co-defendants in classified documents case ask judge to dismiss charges against them

Lawyers for two co-defendants of former President Donald Trump in the Florida classified documents case are asking a judge to dismiss charges against them.

'HELP' sign on beach points rescuers to men stuck nine days on remote Pacific atoll

'HELP' sign on beach points rescuers to men stuck nine days on remote Pacific atoll

The U.S. Coast Guard says three men stranded on an uninhabited Pacific atoll survived for over a week before being rescued.

The O.J. Simpson case forced domestic violence into the spotlight, boosting a movement

The O.J. Simpson case forced domestic violence into the spotlight, boosting a movement

Thirty years ago, women’s rights advocates working to pass the 1994 Violence Against Women Act found domestic violence was still something of a hushed topic.

In death, 3 decades after his trial verdict, O.J. Simpson still reflects America's racial divides

In death, 3 decades after his trial verdict, O.J. Simpson still reflects America's racial divides

For many people old enough to remember O.J. Simpson’s murder trial, his 1994 exoneration was a defining moment in their understanding of race, policing and justice.

'I'm dying, you're not': Those terminally ill ask more states to legalize physician-assisted death

'I'm dying, you're not': Those terminally ill ask more states to legalize physician-assisted death

Lawmakers in at least 12 states are debating bills that would legalize physician-assisted death.

Arizona's abortion ban is likely to cause a scramble for services in states where it's still legal

Arizona's abortion ban is likely to cause a scramble for services in states where it's still legal

Doctors and clinic leaders say there’ll be a scramble across the Southwest and West for abortion care.

Oakland officials vote to include ‘San Francisco’ in airport's name

Oakland officials vote to include ‘San Francisco’ in airport's name

Oakland's airport is considering a name-change to include “San Francisco” to attract more passengers.

One-fourth of people dropped from Medicaid still aren't insured, survey shows

One-fourth of people dropped from Medicaid still aren't insured, survey shows

A new survey shows that almost a quarter of people who have been dropped from Medicaid during post-pandemic eligibility reviews are still uninsured.

How immigrant workers in US have helped boost job growth and stave off a recession

How immigrant workers in US have helped boost job growth and stave off a recession

Millions of jobs that new immigrants have been filling in the United States appear to solve a riddle that has confounded economists for at least a year: How has the U.S. economy managed to prosper, adding hundreds of thousands of jobs, month after month, at a time when the Federal Reserve has aggressively raised interest rates — normally a recipe for a recession.

Kansas City Chiefs' Rashee Rice surrenders to police on assault charge after high-speed crash

Kansas City Chiefs' Rashee Rice surrenders to police on assault charge after high-speed crash

Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Rashee Rice has surrendered to police on charges including aggravated assault after he and another driver of a speeding sports car allegedly caused a crash on a Dallas highway last month.

Biden administration announces another round of loan cancellation under new repayment plan

Biden administration announces another round of loan cancellation under new repayment plan

The Biden administration is canceling student loans for another 206,000 borrowers as part of a new repayment plan that offers a faster route to forgiveness.

20 years later, Abu Ghraib detainees get their day in US court

20 years later, Abu Ghraib detainees get their day in US court

Twenty years ago this month, photos of abused prisoners and smiling U.S. soldiers guarding them at Iraq’s Abu Ghraib prison were released, shocking the world.

Legendary athlete, actor and millionaire: O.J. Simpson's murder trial lost him the American dream

Legendary athlete, actor and millionaire: O.J. Simpson's murder trial lost him the American dream

For a long time, O.J. Simpson had it all.

President Milei of cash-strapped Argentina starts another US tour, plans to meet Elon Musk

President Milei of cash-strapped Argentina starts another US tour, plans to meet Elon Musk

President Javier Milei of Argentina has kicked off a visit to the United States, where he'll meet with tech billionaire Elon Musk, as the libertarian leader seeks an infusion of cash to overhaul Argentina’s embattled economy.

China sanctions 2 US defense companies and says they support arms sales to Taiwan

China sanctions 2 US defense companies and says they support arms sales to Taiwan

China has sanctioned two U.S. companies over what it says is their support for arms sales to Taiwan, the self governing island democracy Beijing claims as its own territory to be recovered by force if necessary.

Lawsuit settled: 2 top US gun parts makers agree to temporarily halt sales in Philadelphia

Lawsuit settled: 2 top US gun parts makers agree to temporarily halt sales in Philadelphia

Officials say two major U.S. manufacturers of gun parts have agreed to temporarily halt sales of their products in Philadelphia and elsewhere in Pennsylvania.

Shohei Ohtani's ex-interpreter charged with stealing $16M from baseball star in sports betting case

Shohei Ohtani's ex-interpreter charged with stealing $16M from baseball star in sports betting case

The former longtime interpreter for Los Angeles Dodgers star Shohei Ohtani has been charged with federal bank fraud for crimes involving gambling debts and theft of millions of dollars from the sensation.

The OJ Simpson saga was a unique American moment. 3 decades on, we're still wondering what it means

The OJ Simpson saga was a unique American moment. 3 decades on, we're still wondering what it means

O.J. Simpson’s death came almost exactly three decades after the murders that changed his reputation from football hero to suspect and cultural touchstone.

Former Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey says the abortion ruling from justices he chose goes too far

Former Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey says the abortion ruling from justices he chose goes too far

A ban on nearly all abortions in Arizona doesn’t sit well with Republican former Gov. Doug Ducey.

A criminal probe continues into staff at a Virginia school where a 6-year-old shot a teacher

A criminal probe continues into staff at a Virginia school where a 6-year-old shot a teacher

Prosecutors in Virginia say that a criminal investigation into staff members at a school where a 6-year-old shot his teacher will continue.

Severe weather takes aim at parts of the Ohio Valley after battering the South

Severe weather takes aim at parts of the Ohio Valley after battering the South

Powerful storms are rumbling over parts of the southeastern U.S. as more severe weather takes aim at parts of the Ohio Valley.

US measles cases are up in 2024. What's driving the increase?

US measles cases are up in 2024. What's driving the increase?

There have been 17 times as many U.S. measles cases in the first three months of this year compared with the average number seen in the first three months of the previous three years.

Tennessee lawmakers send bill to ban first-cousin marriages to governor

Tennessee lawmakers send bill to ban first-cousin marriages to governor

The Republican-led Tennessee Legislature has overwhelmingly voted to send Gov. Bill Lee a proposal that would ban marriage between first cousins.

Where are they now? Key players in the murder trial of O.J. Simpson

Where are they now? Key players in the murder trial of O.J. Simpson

The June 12, 1994, killings of Nicole Brown Simpson and her friend Ronald Goldman brought the “Trial of the Century” that saw O.J. Simpson acquitted of the murders.

On eve of Japanese prime minister's visit to North Carolina, Fujifilm announces more jobs there

On eve of Japanese prime minister's visit to North Carolina, Fujifilm announces more jobs there

A subsidiary of Japanese-based Fujifilm Corp. plans to expand further a massive biopharmaceutical manufacturing plant in the state, even as the initial phase is yet complete.

Convicted murderer charged in two new Texas killings offers to return to prison in plea

Convicted murderer charged in two new Texas killings offers to return to prison in plea

A convicted murderer who was released early from a Texas prison in 1993 and now faces two new murder charges has offered to enter a plea and to return to prison for 50 years in exchange for avoiding going to trial and facing a possible death sentence.

Lawyers defending youth center against abuse allegations highlight former resident's misbehavior

Lawyers defending youth center against abuse allegations highlight former resident's misbehavior

Attorneys defending the state of New Hampshire have begun highlighting the past misdeeds of man who says he suffered horrific physical and sexual abuse as a teenager at the state’s youth detention center.

Harvard again requiring standardized test scores for those seeking admission

Harvard again requiring standardized test scores for those seeking admission

Harvard University announced Thursday that it is reinstituting standardized tests as a requirement for admission beginning with the class of 2029, joining other colleges that are again mandating tests for those hoping to enter the schools.

AP WAS THERE: OJ Simpson’s murder trial acquittal

AP WAS THERE: OJ Simpson’s murder trial acquittal

If there was ever a murder case perfectly suited for media and public consumption it was the O.J. Simpson murder trial.

Federal appeals court hears arguments on nation's first ban on gender-affirming care for minors

Federal appeals court hears arguments on nation's first ban on gender-affirming care for minors

A federal appeals court is hearing arguments over Arkansas' first-in-the-nation ban on gender-affirming care for minors.

Man accused of lighting fire outside Bernie Sanders' office had past brushes with the law

Man accused of lighting fire outside Bernie Sanders' office had past brushes with the law

Prosecutors say the man accused of starting a fire outside U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders’ Vermont office has had past brushes with the law involving guns and a history of traveling from place to place.

Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg says Trump's hush money criminal trial isn't about politics

Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg says Trump's hush money criminal trial isn't about politics

As he prepares to bring the first of Donald Trump’s four criminal prosecutions to trial, Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg finds himself at the center of a political firestorm.

Biden awards $830 million to toughen nation's infrastructure against climate change

Biden awards $830 million to toughen nation's infrastructure against climate change

The Biden administration is handing out almost $830 million in grants for 80 projects around the country aimed at toughening infrastructure against the extreme weather of climate change.

Water pouring out of rural Utah dam through 60-foot crack, putting nearby town at risk

Water pouring out of rural Utah dam through 60-foot crack, putting nearby town at risk

Utah state officials are hurriedly trying to shore up a rural Utah dam after a 60-foot crack opened and sent water pouring into a creek and endangering the 1,700 residents of a downstream town.

As his trans daughter struggles, a father pushes past his prejudice. ‘It was like a wake-up’

As his trans daughter struggles, a father pushes past his prejudice. ‘It was like a wake-up’

Dusty Farr used to be someone else.

Kansas City Chiefs' Rashee Rice facing aggravated assault charge after high-speed crash in Dallas

Kansas City Chiefs' Rashee Rice facing aggravated assault charge after high-speed crash in Dallas

Dallas police say Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Rashee Rice faces charges including aggravated assault after he and another speeding driver of a sports car caused a chain-reaction crash on a Dallas highway last month.

Shouts of ‘Shame! Shame!’ erupt in Arizona House as fight over abortion ban engulfs lawmakers

Shouts of ‘Shame! Shame!’ erupt in Arizona House as fight over abortion ban engulfs lawmakers

Arizona abortion providers are vowing to continue service until forced to stop.

Mom who threw 2 kids onto LA freeway, killing her infant, appeared agitated by impending eclipse

Mom who threw 2 kids onto LA freeway, killing her infant, appeared agitated by impending eclipse

A woman who authorities say fatally stabbed her partner at their Los Angeles apartment Monday then threw her two children from a moving SUV onto the freeway, killing her infant daughter, appeared to be agitated by the impending eclipse.

3 shot and 5 in custody after gunfire disrupts Philadelphia Eid event, police say

3 shot and 5 in custody after gunfire disrupts Philadelphia Eid event, police say

At least two people have been shot at an Eid event in Philadelphia, a law enforcement official told The Associated Press.

Storms bring floods and damaging wind across the South; 1 dead in Mississippi

Storms bring floods and damaging wind across the South; 1 dead in Mississippi

Emergency workers rescued people from flooded homes and cars in a Texas town.

Lawyers want East Palestine residents to wait for details of $600 million derailment settlement

Lawyers want East Palestine residents to wait for details of $600 million derailment settlement

The lawyers who negotiated a $600 million settlement with Norfolk Southern over that railroad's disastrous 2023 derailment in eastern Ohio want residents to talk with them before deciding the historic deal isn't enough.

US military veteran accused of having explicit images of a child apparently joined Russian army

US military veteran accused of having explicit images of a child apparently joined Russian army

A U.S. Air Force veteran who fled a charge of possessing sexually explicit images of a child told his lawyer he joined Russia’s army.

Experts say Wisconsin woman who at 12 nearly killed girl isn't ready to leave psychiatric center

Experts say Wisconsin woman who at 12 nearly killed girl isn't ready to leave psychiatric center

A judge in Wisconsin is hearing testimony to help determine whether a woman should be released from a psychiatric center, a decade after she nearly killed a girl at age 12.

Police name victim of Lover's Lane homicide

Valley funeral director dead at 60 following skin cancer treatment

Warren police report five victims from drive-by shooting

Youngstown man accused of fighting with woman who died now charged with murder

Charges dismissed against suspect in 2021 Youngstown murder

Flooding closes road in Mercer County

Brazil Supreme Court justice orders investigation of Elon Musk over fake news and obstruction

Brazil Supreme Court justice orders investigation of Elon Musk over fake news and obstruction

Caitlin Clark set out to turn Iowa into a winner. She redefined women's college hoops along the way

Salvage crews have begun removing containers from the ship that collapsed Baltimore's Key bridge

Hank Aaron rose above racist hate mail and threats in pursuit of Ruth's home run record 50 years ago

Weather is the hot topic as eclipse spectators stake out their spots in US, Mexico and Canada

Where and how to watch Monday's Total Solar Eclipse

Where and how to watch Monday's Total Solar Eclipse

Bishop Emmitt L. Nevels, Sr. celebrates his 90th Birthday

Preparing for the total eclipse

PRESS PASS: Major wins, losses in Ohio Primary election

Dr. John York talks about the 49ers in the Super Bowl

Women face higher risk of heart problems vs. men

Pennsylvania flooded by applications for student-teacher stipends in bid to end teacher shortage

Pennsylvania flooded by applications for student-teacher stipends in bid to end teacher shortage

Lawsuit settled: 2 top US gun parts makers agree to temporarily halt sales in Philadelphia

Pennsylvania GOP lawmakers roll out higher ed plan built around grants and tuition discounts

Starting over: Women emerging from prison face formidable challenges to resuming their lives

DeWine's State of the State address outlines plans to expand kids' mental health, crisis programs

Biden could miss the deadline for the November ballot in Ohio, the state's election office says