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Republicans disrupted a closed-door deposition Wednesday with a Defense Department official who was scheduled to answer questions as part of the House impeachment inquiry into President Donald Trump.
Declassified U.S. government documents and artifacts are part of a new exhibit detailing the mission that ended with Osama bin Laden's death in Pakistan in 2011. The exhibit opens Nov. 15 at the National September 11 Memorial & Museum.
Two associates of Rudy Giuliani were arraigned Wednesday on charges they used straw donors to make illegal campaign contributions to politicians and committees to advance their business interests.
President Donald Trump says he’s lifting sanctions on Turkey after Ankara agreed to permanently stop fighting Kurdish forces in Syria. Trump said Wednesday that others should “fight over this long, blood-stained sand.”
Lev Parnas, an associate of Rudy Giuliani charged with making illegal campaign contributions arrived at court for a pretrial hearing at federal court in Manhattan on Wednesday.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg appeared before Congress Wednesday, seeking to assure wary lawmakers about "Libra," a digital currency in development that critics warn could be used for illicit activity, or pose threats to the financial system.
Kathryn Johnson, a trailblazing reporter for The Associated Press, has died. Her intrepid coverage of the civil rights movement and other major stories led to a string of legendary scoops. She was 93.
TV and theater actor Wendell Pierce wants his former “Suits” co-star Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, to return to acting, suggesting she could put on a play with Prince Harry for charity.
Lori Loughlin, other parents charged again in college scheme; The Duchess of Sussex attends opening ceremony for One Young World Summit at Royal Albert Hall; Singer Maren Morris announces pregnancy.
At a Washington D.C. screening for historical drama "Harriet," stars Cynthia Erivo, Leslie Odom Jr. and Jennifer Nettles talk about taking the story of political activist Harriet Tubman to the big screen.
A top U.S. diplomat testified that President Donald Trump held back military aid for Ukraine unless the country agreed to investigate Democrats and a company linked to Joe Biden's family. AP obtained diplomat William Taylor's opening statement.
The National Weather Service's Seattle office said heavy rains this week had tapered off and most of Western Washington's rivers crested Tuesday and receded below flood stage. Flooding is expected to persist in some areas on Wednesday.
Birmingham, Alabama investigators searching through garbage found the body of a 3-year-old girl who was missing more than a week, and authorities are charging two people with murder, police said Tuesday.
In, Houston, a gang war authorities say has claimed more than 60 lives in the last six years didn’t come into focus until a federal ballistics database helped link what had appeared to be unconnected murders.
Two centuries after its invention, the very symbol of the medical profession is facing an uncertain prognosis. The stethoscope is threatened by hand-held devices that rely on ultrasound technology, artificial intelligence and smartphone apps.
Highlights of this day in history: Suicide blast kills U.S. Marines and sailors in Lebanon; Students in Hungary spark Cold War revolt; President Richard Nixon agrees to turn over White House tapes; 'Tonight Show' host Johnny Carson born.
Washington Nationals star Anthony Rendon vividly remembers his one visit to the Astrodome as a child to see the Houston Astros and his beloved Killer B's. Now he’s playing in his hometown for the World Series title.
Liam Gallagher says he's ready to reconcile with his brother and former Oasis bandmate Noel, under the right conditions. The singer-songwriter tells the story of his comeback in the documentary: "Liam Gallagher: As It Was."
One of the country's leading civil rights organizations condemned President Donald Trump's tweet Tuesday about the U.S. House impeachment inquiry, with Trump comparing it to a "lynching."