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Friday April 16th, 2021 3:36AM

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
The Latest: Austria starts tough lockdown to slow virus
Austria has started a new tough lockdown meant to slow the surging spread of the coronavirus in the Alpine nation
5:24AM ( 4 months ago )
NFL develops 7-point mobility plan for diversity hiring
When the Rooney Rule was adopted by the NFL in 2003, Troy Vincent was in his 12th of 15 seasons as an outstanding defensive back
4:39AM ( 4 months ago )
NFL using 7-point mobility plan for diversity hirings
When the Rooney Rule was adopted by the NFL in 2003, Troy Vincent was in his 12th of 15 seasons as an outstanding defensive back
4:31AM ( 4 months ago )
Global shares mixed as vaccine news lifts only some regions
Global shares are mixed as optimism that a vaccine may soon control the coronavirus buoyed only some regional indexes
4:28AM ( 4 months ago )
German court: McCann suspect injured while in custody
A suspect in the disappearance of Madeleine McCann, the British toddler who vanished from a Portuguese resort 13 years ago, suffered two broken ribs in an incident at a German court
4:26AM ( 4 months ago )
Thai lawmakers debate demands for constitutional changes
Thailand’s political battleground has shifted from the streets to the country’s Parliament, where lawmakers are considering proposals to amend the constitution, one of the core demands of the nation’s student-led pro-democracy movement
4:16AM ( 4 months ago )
Bach: Athletes taking vaccine not just 'individual' decision
IOC President Thomas Bach has said that he is “encouraging” all Olympic “participants” and fans to be vaccinated if they are going to attend next year’s Tokyo Olympics
3:50AM ( 4 months ago )
France mulls ban on police images, alarming rights defenders
The French parliament's lower house is opening debate on a security bill that would ban the online publication of images of police officers with intent to cause them harm
3:39AM ( 4 months ago )
Takeaways from Vatican's McCarrick report as US bishops meet
U.S. Catholic bishops are meeting this week for their annual fall assembly, with the Vatican report into the rise and fall of ex-Cardinal Theodore McCarrick one of their main topics for discussion
3:10AM ( 4 months ago )
Who will be the first to get COVID-19 vaccines?
Health care workers are likely to receive the first coronavirus vaccines when supplies are limited, but a decision on who gets the first shots has not been made
3:05AM ( 4 months ago )