Friday March 1st, 2024 9:52AM

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
Georgia will spend $392 million to overhaul its gold-domed capitol and build new legislative offices
Georgia’s lawmakers are moving not only to regild the iconic dome on state Capitol, but the entire complex
5:17PM ( 2 days ago )
Falcons release tight end Jonnu Smith, gain $6.5 million in salary cap space
The Atlanta Falcons have released tight end Jonnu Smith in a cost-cutting move
5:13PM ( 2 days ago )
Kentucky lawmakers advance bill allowing child support to begin with pregnancy
Lawmakers in Kentucky have advanced a bill to grant the right to collect child support for unborn children
5:09PM ( 2 days ago )
Starbucks and Workers United, long at odds, say they'll restart labor talks
Starbucks and the union organizing its U.S. workers say they have agreed to begin talks with the aim of reaching labor agreements
5:04PM ( 2 days ago )
Army personnel file shows Maine reservist who killed 18 people received glowing reviews
An Army reservist responsible for the deadliest shooting in Maine history received a glowing review from his superiors even as some of his family members were growing increasingly worried about his mental health
5:01PM ( 2 days ago )
UConn's Aaliyah Edwards signs NIL deal in Canada, but can't talk about it in the US
UConn forward Aaliyah Edwards signed a big name, image and likeness contract this week with Adidas Canada, but wasn’t allowed to speak with reporters about it for fear that promoting the deal might jeopardize her student visa
4:44PM ( 2 days ago )
Services prepare to brief Secretary Austin on a plan to get Ospreys flying again
The military services will take a key step toward getting the V-22 Osprey fleet back in the air as they lay out their plans Friday to Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin regarding safety concerns stemming from a fatal crash in Japan
4:39PM ( 2 days ago )
Suspect in New York hotel killing remains in custody without bond in Arizona stabbings
A suspect in the killing of a woman at a New York City hotel has been indicted by a grand jury in Arizona's most populous country in the subsequent stabbing attacks of two women in the Phoenix area
4:23PM ( 2 days ago )
New York Philharmonic's outgoing director Jaap van Zweden will lead a French radio orchestra
Outgoing New York Philharmonic music director Jaap van Zweden will assume the same role with Orchestre Philharmonique de Radio France starting with the 2026-27 season
4:12PM ( 2 days ago )
Warlord involved in hundreds of murders repatriated to Colombia after serving US drug sentence
Colombian warlord Salvatore Mancuso has been returned to his native country after serving a drug trafficking sentence in the United States
4:09PM ( 2 days ago )