Tuesday June 25th, 2024 6:17PM

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
Falcons-Saints rivalry renewed with a playoff berth still possible for either team
The Atlanta Falcons will try to sweep a season series against the New Orleans Saints for the first time since the 2016 season when they meet in what also will be their regular-season finale
6:50PM ( 5 months ago )
Court records bring new, unwanted attention to rich and famous in Jeffrey Epstein's social circle
Before and after he was exposed as a pedophile, Jeffrey Epstein loved to mingle with the world’s elite
6:13PM ( 5 months ago )
Jobs report for December will likely conclude another solid year of hiring in 2023
Bringing resurgent inflation down was never expected to be so relatively pain-free
6:13PM ( 5 months ago )
Jobs report for December will likely conclude another solid year of US hiring in 2023
The Labor Department is expected to report that employers added a solid 160,000 jobs last month, according to the data firm FactSet
6:13PM ( 5 months ago )
US employers add a surprisingly strong 216,000 jobs in a sign of continued economic strength
The nation’s employers added a robust 216,000 jobs last month, the latest sign that the American labor market remains resilient even in the face of sharply higher interest rates
6:13PM ( 5 months ago )
Kentucky governor backs longer list of conditions eligible for treatment under medical marijuana law
Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear says access to medical marijuana in the state should expand to include more health conditions
5:57PM ( 5 months ago )
US, Sweden will play for world junior gold after US beats Finland and Sweden tops Czech Republic
The United States will face host Sweden for gold at the IIHF world junior championship
5:48PM ( 5 months ago )
New York City subway train derails in collision with another train, injuring more than 20 people
A New York City subway train derailed Thursday after colliding with another train at low speed, leaving more than 20 people with minor injuries and causing major service disruptions across Manhattan during the afternoon rush hour
5:37PM ( 5 months ago )
A transgender candidate in Ohio was disqualified from the state ballot for omitting her former name
A transgender woman has been disqualified from running for the Ohio House after omitting her former name from circulating petitions to get on the ballot
5:13PM ( 5 months ago )
UN somber economic forecast cites conflicts, sluggish trade, high interest and climate disasters
The United Nations has issued a somber global economic forecast for 2024, pointing to challenges from escalating conflicts, sluggish global trade, persistently high interest rates and increasing climate disasters
5:13PM ( 5 months ago )