Another man accuses late U. of Michigan doctor of sex abuse
A sixth person is publicly accusing a late University of Michigan physician of sexual abuse.
Infighting and online hoaxes mar Democrats' campaign
The Democratic race for the White House has been marked by online infighting and unsubstantiated allegations of election rigging.
TV analyst? Spokesman? Freed ex-governor goes job hunting
An ex-governor and ex-con, with strong speaking skills and good hair is seeking employment.
Weinstein jurors focus on Sciorra as deliberations drag on
Jury deliberations in Harvey Weinstein’s rape trial are set to continue for a third day on Thursday.
NFL Saints backed by church in effort to keep emails secret
The New Orleans Saints are heading to court to block the release of hundreds of emails detailing the behind-the-scenes public relations work the team did for the area's Roman Catholic archdiocese amid its clergy sexual abuse crisis.
NFL owners approve negotiated terms for new labor agreement
The NFL's labor committee has met before presenting to the owners the current state of ongoing negotiations with the players' union on a new labor agreement.
Wounded but defiant, Bloomberg promises to keep fighting
Mike Bloomberg is not going away.
Trump ally Roger Stone sentenced to over 3 years in prison
Roger Stone, a staunch ally of President Donald Trump, faces sentencing Thursday on his convictions for witness tampering and lying to Congress.
Ukrainians hurl stones at evacuees from China
Two more Russians aboard the Diamond Princess cruise ship quarantined in Japan have been diagnosed with a new virus.
German gunman calling for genocide kills 9 people
Federal prosecutors say they are taking charge of the investigating into a mass shooting in the German city of Hanau that left 11 people dead, including the suspect.
New visa rules set off 'panic wave' in immigrant communities
Confusion, sorrow and outrage are rippling across some immigrant communities after the announcement of a Trump administration policy that is expected to all but shut down family-based immigration from four countries.
Bolton: Testimony wouldn't have changed impeachment outcome
Former national security adviser John Bolton says the House's impeachment proceedings against President Donald Trump were “grossly partisan” and said his testimony would not have changed Trump's acquittal in the Senate.
Turkish soldiers killed in Syria amid threats of escalation
Turkish state-run media says Turkey-backed opposition forces have launched an attack against government forces in a village in northwest Syria.
New threats emerge in outbreak while China voices optimism
China says the number the of new virus cases rose by just 394 from the previous day, with a rise in the death of 114.
Paranoia, racism: German killer drew on conspiracy tropes
The gunman who killed nine people in Germany mixed extreme paranoia about secret state surveillance with far-right conspiracy tropes, misogyny and racist vitriol.
AP-NORC poll: More Americans worry about flu than new virus
A wide share of Americans are at least moderately confident in United States health officials’ ability to handle emerging viruses.
U.S. medical schools boost LGBTQ students, doctor training
U.S. medical schools are beefing up LGBTQ health education to address shortcomings in care.
In rough US flu season for kids, vaccine working OK so far
It may be a bad flu season for kids, but early signs suggest the flu vaccine is working OK.
Label: Rapper Pop Smoke slain in Hollywood Hills shooting
A man fatally shot in a Hollywood Hills home has reportedly been identified as young rapper Pop Smoke.
Debate night brawl: Bloomberg, Sanders attacked by rivals
From the opening bell, Democrats savaged New York billionaire Mike Bloomberg and raised pointed questions about Bernie Sanders' take-no-prisoners politics during a contentious debate Wednesday night.