Monday July 16th, 2018 9:33PM

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
The Latest: Man sought in Kansas police shooting caught
A man sought for questioning in connection with a shooting that hospitalized a Kansas City, Kansas, police detective was later wounded after being shot by police in neighboring Missouri
5:40PM ( 2 years ago )
Lawyer: Turkish president seeks to gag German media boss
Lawyer for Turkey's president says he is seeking a court injunction against the head of one of Germany's biggest publishing houses in an escalating row over a satirical poem
5:40PM ( 2 years ago )
Judge resigns after accused of sexual abuse over 3 decades
An Arkansas judge has resigned after new allegations surfaced that he used his authority for the last 30 years to sexually prey on young men charged with crimes who needed financial help or who were afraid of losing their children or jobs
5:36PM ( 2 years ago )
The Latest: Rubio says he's not interested in VP run
Marco Rubio is making it abundantly clear that he's not at all interested in being Donald Trump's vice presidential running mate
5:34PM ( 2 years ago )
New hire Tirico to take part in NBC Olympic coverage in Rio
Mike Tirico will take part in NBC's Olympic coverage in Rio this summer after he joins the network July 1
5:32PM ( 2 years ago )
After fall-back season, Hawks look to rise again in East
A disappointing season for the Hawks ends with another sweep in the playoffs by LeBron James and the Cavaliers
5:31PM ( 2 years ago )
California lawmakers set to vote on gender-neutral restrooms
A California lawmaker calls Monday vote on his proposal to require single-person public restrooms to be gender neutral
5:25PM ( 2 years ago )
High court says suit over guns at Atlanta garden can proceed
Georgia's highest court ruled Monday that a lawsuit filed by a gun rights group over access to the Atlanta Botanical Garden should continue after a local judge wrongly dismissed it. The Supreme Court's ruling doesn't affect operations at the garden
5:16PM ( 2 years ago )
The Latest: Aide: Cruz to push conservative ideas at RNC
Sen. Ted Cruz may have shut down his presidential bid, but a top adviser still hopes to push his conservative agenda at the Republican national convention _ perhaps over bathroom use by transgender people
5:15PM ( 2 years ago )
Redskins sign 6 of 7 draft picks, including Josh Doctson
First-round pick Josh Doctson and five other Washington Redskins draft choices have signed with the team
5:14PM ( 2 years ago )