Thursday July 7th, 2022 3:49AM

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
Russian forces shell Ukraine's No. 2 city and menace Kyiv
Russian forces are shelling Ukraine’s second-largest city, rocking a residential neighborhood, and closing in on the capital, Kyiv, in a 40-mile convoy of hundreds of tanks and other vehicles
9:46PM ( 4 months ago )
Biden denies Navarro, Flynn privilege claims in 1/6 probe
President Joe Biden has denied executive privilege claims made by former Trump administration officials Peter Navarro and Michael Flynn in response to congressional subpoenas from the House committee investigating the attack on the U.S. Capitol
9:24PM ( 4 months ago )
State of the Union: Amid disputes, common cause for Ukraine
As lawmakers gather for President Joe Biden’s first State of the Union address, they are finding common ground in support of Ukraine
9:02PM ( 4 months ago )
US states adding to financial pressure on Russia over war
Governors and lawmakers in numerous U.S. states are seeking to add to the financial squeeze on Russia over its war against Ukraine
8:55PM ( 4 months ago )
Social video shows 'racist' taunts of Nevada governor, wife
Nevada’s governor and his wife were accosted during the weekend by two men at a Las Vegas restaurant who shouted profanities, taunts and anti-government statements in an incident posted on the internet
8:53PM ( 4 months ago )
Man saved after clinging to ice chunk in Alaska's Cook Inlet
An Alaska man clung to a chunk of ice in Alaska's Cook Inlet for over 30 minutes Saturday before he was rescued
8:41PM ( 4 months ago )
Russia-Ukraine War: What to know as Russians advance on Kyiv
The Russian military assault on Ukraine went into its fifth day
8:37PM ( 4 months ago )
Houston oil company sues over California pipeline leak
A Houston-based oil company has sued two container ship operators and an organization that oversees marine traffic, saying they failed to prevent last fall's underwater pipeline leak off the Southern California coast
8:31PM ( 4 months ago )
Scott Peterson lawyer can't shake juror testimony over trial
Lawyers trying to overturn Scott Peterson’s conviction in the sordid slaying of his pregnant wife 20 years ago have completed their questioning without shaking a former juror
8:17PM ( 4 months ago )
Black female WWII unit recognized with congressional honor
The House has voted to award the only all-female, Black unit to serve in Europe during World War II with the Congressional Gold Medal
8:08PM ( 4 months ago )