Sunday February 18th, 2018 12:23AM

The Associated Press

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The Associated Press
Afghanistan says massive US bomb killed 36 militants
The biggest non-nuclear bomb ever dropped in combat by the U.S. military killed 36 militants in eastern Afghanistan, officials say, with villagers in the remote, mountainous area describing being terrified by the "earsplitting blast."
1:05PM ( 10 months ago )
Can't pay your taxes? Here are 6 ways to cope
If you're having trouble finding the money to cover your income taxes, there are steps you can take - and some you'll want to avoid - to survive a lean tax season
12:55PM ( 10 months ago )
Lilly's rheumatoid arthritis pill rejected by regulators
Eli Lilly says U.S. regulators rejected its much-anticipated pill for the immune disorder rheumatoid arthritis, the drugmaker's second drug development setback since November
12:34PM ( 10 months ago )
Glen Campbell's last studio album to be released in June
Grammy-winning guitarist and singer Glen Campbell is releasing his final studio album, which was recorded shortly after his Alzheimer's disease diagnosis in 2011
12:30PM ( 10 months ago )
Lady Gaga will make history as female headliner at Coachella
Lady Gaga will make history when she performs at the Coachella Valley Music and Arts festival this weekend, marking a decade since a solo woman has been billed as a headliner on the prestigious musical stage
12:19PM ( 10 months ago )
NCAA adopts early signing period, 10th coach for football
The NCAA has voted to allow high school football players to sign with colleges as early as December, make early official visits and put a two-year waiting period on Bowl Subdivision teams from hiring people close to a recruit
12:11PM ( 10 months ago )
US sends dozens of troops to Somalia, 1st time in decades
US military sending dozens of troops to Somalia, 1st time in decades
12:04PM ( 10 months ago )
Dems ask FBI to suspend Kushner's security clearance
A group of House Democrats is asking the FBI to suspend President Donald Trump's son-in-law's top secret security clearance
11:58AM ( 10 months ago )
No meat, but sweets: CEO says vegetarians dig their desserts
Avoiding meat, but weak for sweets? Pret a Manger CEO says vegetarian-only shops sell far more desserts
11:54AM ( 10 months ago )
Paul Simon's oceanfront home in danger of slip sliding away
Paul Simon's cottage on eastern Long Island is in danger of slip sliding away: It's being moved back from the edge of an oceanfront bluff
11:51AM ( 10 months ago )