Monday February 18th, 2019 6:17PM

The Associated Press

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The Associated Press
Ramin Karimloo to star in musical 'Anastasia' on Broadway
Ramin Karimloo, who played the title role in "The Phantom of the Opera" in London and Jean Valjean in the latest Broadway reboot of "Les Miserables," is going into another epic tale _ "Anastasia" on Broadway
3:15PM ( 2 years ago )
NASCAR Hall of Fame damaged in Charlotte protests
The NASCAR Hall of Fame in downtown Charlotte is among the places damaged during violent protests over the police shooting of a black man this week
3:14PM ( 2 years ago )
Trump: Drugs played 'very big' factor in NC protests
Stepping deeper into the nation's race debate, Donald Trump on Thursday insisted that drugs played "a very, very big factor" in violent protests that erupted in North Carolina overnight
3:10PM ( 2 years ago )
Charlotte chief: Family will watch police video of shooting
Charlotte's police chief says he plans to show video of an officer shooting a black man to the slain man's family, but the video won't be immediately released to the public
3:10PM ( 2 years ago )
Police video shows officer pepper spraying Maryland girl, 15
Police in Maryland have released body-camera video of an officer pepper-spraying a 15-year-old girl in a police cruiser when she refused to put her feet inside
3:02PM ( 2 years ago )
At UN Netanyahu invites Abbas to address Knesset
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu invited Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas to address Israel's parliament, the Knesset, during a speech before the U.N. General Assembly
3:01PM ( 2 years ago )
Yahoo says hackers stole info in 500 million user accounts
Yahoo says the personal information in 500 million accounts was stolen in a massive security breakdown
2:56PM ( 2 years ago )
Lombardi, Tortorella defend US World Cup roster decisions
US general manager Dean Lombardi and coach John Tortorella are defending their roster decisions that contributed to failure at the World Cup of Hockey
2:55PM ( 2 years ago )
NY art-dealing heir on trial over massive French tax fraud
The heir of a New York art-dealing empire went on trial in Paris on Thursday for allegedly hiding his huge family fortune in offshore tax havens, prompting French authorities to demand hundreds of millions in back taxes
2:51PM ( 2 years ago )
Chicago's mayor to deliver major speech on city crime
Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel is expected Thursday to present a comprehensive plan to address crime and policing in the nation's third-largest city
2:41PM ( 2 years ago )