Tuesday April 23rd, 2019 10:59AM

The Associated Press

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The Associated Press
The Latest: Is Trump serious about jailing Clinton?
Donald Trump's campaign manager says it's not certain he'll follow through on his vow to appoint a special prosecutor to go after Hillary Clinton if he becomes president
7:55AM ( 2 years ago )
North Carolina urges more to flee from floods after Matthew
Authorities are making fresh appeals for people in eastern North Carolina to leave low-lying areas as rivers swollen with rainwater caused flooding days after Hurricane Matthew passed
7:50AM ( 2 years ago )
FBI asked to assist Connecticut plane crash investigation
The police chief in East Hartford, Connecticut, has asked the FBI to assist the investigation into a fatal plane crash because it happened so close to Pratt & Whitney corporate headquarters
7:40AM ( 2 years ago )
Miley Cyrus slams "Supergirl," says title character is woman
Miley Cyrus is taking issue with the CW series, "Supergirl," because she says having a show with a gender attached to it is "weird."
7:36AM ( 2 years ago )
UK lawmakers press govt for say over Brexit talks with EU
British lawmakers are pressuring the government to give them a say on negotiating terms for the U.K.'s exit from the European Union
7:23AM ( 2 years ago )
Iraqi PM rejects Turkish claim on Mosul campaign
Iraq's prime minister is rejecting Turkish claims that their forces must be included in an operation to retake the militant-held city of Mosul
7:13AM ( 2 years ago )
Ivory Coast parliament approves constitution change
Ivory Coast's parliament approves changes to the constitution that ease a presidential eligibility requirement at the center of a political crisis that turned deadly
7:03AM ( 2 years ago )
Erdogan calls Clinton 'novice,' hints at extradition delays
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has hinted that Turkey would delay extraditing criminals to the United States as long as U.S.-based cleric Fethullah Gulen, blamed for Turkey's failed coup in July, is not returned to Turkey
7:01AM ( 2 years ago )
North Carolina keeps watch on bloated rivers after Matthew
Homeowners, students and businesses in one of eastern North Carolina's population centers are keeping a nervous watch on the river that flows along downtown, as Hurricane Matthew's deadly after-effects lingered days after the storm passed
7:00AM ( 2 years ago )
The Latest: Pope appeals for urgent truce in Syria's Aleppo
The Latest: Pope Francis calls for urgent cease-fire in Syria to evacuate civilians from 'inhuman' assault in Aleppo
6:55AM ( 2 years ago )