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The U.S. president personally appealed to the FBI director to abandon the bureau's investigation into the fired national security adviser, prompting a furious denial from the White House.
Pvt. Chelsea Manning, the transgender soldier convicted of giving classified government materials to WikiLeaks, is set to be freed from a Kansas military prison after seven years.
The move would create logistical chaos for millions on the world's busiest corridor of air travel, many of them business travelers who rely on their electronics to work during the flight.
The upcoming presidential election is largely seen as a referendum on the Islamic Republic's sputtering economy and the nuclear deal with world powers.
Performers for Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus allow AP extensive access to one traveling unit, witnessing the last circus baptism and their final times goofing around on “Clown Alley.”
Two people are dead and dozens injured when tornadoes flatten a mobile home park in Wisconsin and a housing subdivision in Oklahoma.
J.W. Ledford was convicted of stabbing to death Dr. Harry Johnston, a 73-year-old neighbor in 1992.
Health experts say the shift is due to more women waiting longer to have children and the ongoing drop in the teen birth rate.
Kimberly Guilfoyle says becoming White House press secretary has been “raised by a number of people” in the Trump administration.
Boston earns the right to choose first in next month's NBA draft with the pick they received in the 2013 trade that sent Paul Pierce and Kevin Garnett to the Nets.