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The Associated Press

The Associated Press is an American multinational nonprofit news agency headquartered in New York City. The AP is owned by its contributing newspapers, radio, and television stations in the United States, all of which contribute stories to the AP and use material written by its staff journalists.
The Associated Press
Judge gives green light to contentious museum art sale
A judge has approved a plan for a cash-strapped Massachusetts museum to sell dozens of pieces of art, including works by Norman Rockwell
3:49PM ( 1 month ago )
The Latest: Garcia makes history at Masters by carding 13
Defending champion Sergio Garcia made history in the opening round of the Masters
3:49PM ( 1 month ago )
Georgia police investigating Alabama officer in sex crimes
Police in Georgia say a former Alabama prison officer accused of sexually assaulting a woman near Atlanta is also being investigated in connection with a series of assaults
3:38PM ( 1 month ago )
Woman sues Idaho fertility doctor for using his own sperm
A Washington state woman is suing an Idaho fertility doctor after discovering through an online ancestry website that the man had secretly fathered her
3:35PM ( 1 month ago )
Workers run for their lives as crane topples over in Florida
The collapse of a crane has sent construction workers running for their lives in a Florida city, nearly striking a man as it toppled over
3:32PM ( 1 month ago )
Isner kicks off Davis Cup match against Belgium's De Loore
John Isner, fresh off winning the Miami Open, will play Joris De Loore in the opening match of the United States' Davis Cup quarterfinal against Belgium
3:32PM ( 1 month ago )
The Latest: Leishman gives up Masters lead with double at 15
Marc Leishman's third shot at No. 15 in the opening round at the Masters will stand out for all the wrong reasons
3:29PM ( 1 month ago )
SUPREME COURT NOTEBOOK: Diabetes, decisions and justice math
Visitors attending Supreme Court arguments surrender their electronics on entering the courtroom, so if something rings, chimes or buzzes, it's likely the device's owner is dressed in a black robe.
3:27PM ( 1 month ago )
The Latest: Hospital: 1 patient critical after Masters crash
Hospital treating 9 passengers, including 1 in critical condition, from Masters bus crash
3:24PM ( 1 month ago )
Bill Cosby's retrial jury mirrors first on gender, race
The jury picked to decide Bill Cosby's fate in the first big trial of the #MeToo era mirrors the gender and racial makeup of the group that deadlocked in last year's trial
3:24PM ( 1 month ago )