Wednesday September 19th, 2018 2:56PM

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
Trial focused on shooting despite spotlight on immigration
Though the 2015 shooting death of Kate Steinle became a flashpoint in an intense national debate over immigration, the issue was never addressed inside the courtroom where a jury acquitted a Mexican national in the killing
10:27AM ( 9 months ago )
US factory growth slowed in November but still looks strong
American manufacturing expanded at a slower pace in November but still looks strong
10:27AM ( 9 months ago )
US construction spending up a strong 1.4 percent in October
US construction spending surged 1.4 percent in October, strongest increase in 5 months
10:18AM ( 9 months ago )
Jimmy Kimmel, Senate candidate Roy Moore feud on Twitter
Late night host Jimmy Kimmel says he's open to fighting Republican U.S. Senate candidate Roy Moore in his home state of Alabama
10:16AM ( 9 months ago )
The Latest: Putin opens World Cup draw ceremony
Vladimir Putin has formally opened the World Cup draw ceremony at the State Kremlin Palace
10:11AM ( 9 months ago )
Wisconsin senator to back tax bill, boosting GOP hopes
Republican leaders have gained support from one more senator for the GOP tax bill
10:06AM ( 9 months ago )
Nebraska sued over refusal to name execution drugs suppliers
The American Civil Liberties Union of Nebraska is suing Nebraska's prison system, saying it is violating public records laws by refusing to identify the suppliers of its lethal injection drugs
10:04AM ( 9 months ago )
The Latest: Maradona arrives at Kremlin for World Cup draw
Diego Maradona has arrived at the World Cup draw wearing a black tuxedo and a gold bow tie
10:03AM ( 9 months ago )
US auto sales likely to fall as post-hurricane demand slows
US auto sales likely to fall in November as post-hurricane demand slows down
10:01AM ( 9 months ago )
The Latest: Dutch begin autopsy on Croat ex-general
Dutch prosecutors say that an autopsy has started on the body of a Croat ex-general who died shortly after swallowing a liquid he called poison during an appeals hearing at a United Nations war crimes tribunal
9:58AM ( 9 months ago )