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President Donald Trump says that "nobody" disobeys his orders, a reference to the Mueller report, which paints a deeply unflattering picture of his presidency. Trump made the comments Monday during the annual Easter Egg roll.
Officials say a Kansas zookeeper who was attacked by a Sumatran tiger is out of intensive care. Zoo director Brendan Wiley has said the zoo is investigating the incident.
Sri Lankan officials failed to heed warnings from intelligence agencies about the threat of an attack by a domestic radical Muslim group that officials blame for Easter Sunday bombings, the country's health minister said Monday.
Confirming American deaths in the Easter Sunday blasts in Sri Lanka, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said the campaign against the attackers was "America's fight too." Nine bombings Sunday killed at least 290 people and wounded at least 500.
The Trump administration on Monday told five nations _ Japan, South Korea, Turkey, China and India _ that they will no longer be exempt from U.S. sanctions if they continue to import oil from Iran.
On this day in history: Richard Nixon dies, Elian Gonzalez seized by federal agents, Oklahoma land rush begins.
A Sri Lankan government official says a local militant group is responsible for the Easter Sunday suicide bombings.
Man arrested after being shot alongside Nipsey Hussle released; Director John Singleton remains hospitalized after suffering a stroke; “The Curse of La Llorona” tops U.S. box office.
Country music star Tim McGraw and Tennessee Titans Head Coach Mike Vrabel are gearing up for a busy sports week in Nashville, Tennessee, as the Music City prepares to host the NFL Draft.
Before his death, Johnny Cash recorded a cover of a Sheryl Crow song, “Redemption Day,” and now Crow has released a new version of the song featuring his vocals.
Here are the top stories for Sunday, April 21st: 200+ killed in Sri Lanka bombings on Easter; Giuliani says nothing wrong with Russia contacts; Deadly flooding in Canada; Prayers for Notre Dame firefighters.
At least 207 people were killed and hundreds more wounded in eight bomb blasts that rocked churches and luxury hotels in or near Sri Lanka's capital on Easter Sunday.
Here's the latest for Thursday, April 20th: President Trump's legal team takes victory lap; Protesters and riot police clash in Paris; Egyptians begin voting on constitutional amendments; A miniature guide horse trained on Tyne and Wear Metro system.
French yellow vest protesters marched anew Saturday to remind the government that rebuilding the fire-ravaged Notre Dame Cathedral isn't the only problem the nation needs to solve.
French yellow vest protesters marched anew Saturday to remind the government that rebuilding the fire-ravaged Notre Dame Cathedral is not the only problem the nation needs to solve.
A suicide blast rocked Afghanistan's capital city on Saturday during a gun battle with security forces, officials said, killing at least two people a day after hopes for all-encompassing peace talks collapsed. At least six people were wounded.
Highlights of this day in history: Nazi Germany's dictator Adolf Hitler born; Gunfire erupts at Columbine High; Cubans in the Mariel boatlift arrive in the U.S.; Ted Williams makes his baseball debut; Singer Luther Vandross born.
Now that Fox is part of Disney, the stars of the X-Men movies could be joining the Avengers -- or they could be out of jobs. The actors appearing in this summer's "Dark Phoenix" say they're happy to play in the Marvel cinematic universe if Disney ...
Science and technology are helping Oklahoma City to sustain the DNA and spirit of a tree symbolizing hope 24 years after the deadliest act of domestic terrorism on U.S. soil.
Sophie Turner says her role as a conflicted Jean Grey in this summer's new X-Men movie "Dark Phoenix" is "on a different level" from any character she's played before -- including the much-tormented Sansa Stark on "Game of Thrones."
A bus carrying passengers from northwestern Peru to the capital crashed before dawn, killing at least eight people and injuring 45 others.
Pope Francis held the traditional liturgy of the Passion inside St Peter's Basilica on the afternoon of Good Friday.
A California couple who pleaded guilty to years of torture and abuse of 12 of their 13 children have been sentenced to life in prison with possibility of parole after 25 years. An attorney says the children are moving on with their lives.
Faithful join Way of the Cross procession in Paris
Here's the latest for Friday, April 19: California couple sentenced to life in prison for the torture of 12 children; Trump tweets about 'Crazy Mueller Report;' Hurricane Michael upgraded to Category 5; Paris marks Good Friday near Notre Dame.
Rapper Cardi B has rejected a plea deal in a case stemming from a New York strip club melee last fall. She is due back in court next month on misdemeanor reckless endangerment and assault charges.
A California couple who for years starved a dozen of their children and kept some shackled to beds were sentenced Friday to life in prison, ending a shocking case hidden by a veneer of suburban normalcy.
The chairman of the House Judiciary Committee issued a subpoena Friday for special counsel's Robert Mueller's report as Congress escalates its investigation of President Donald Trump.
Hurricane Michael has been upgraded from a Category 4 storm to a category 5 storm; post-storm analysis determined that the intensity at landfall for the October 2018 storm was 160 miles per hour
The U.S. and Japan presented a united front on the complete, verifiable, irreversible, denuclearization
Body camera video captured a sheriff's officer corralling a donkey after it wandered onto a busy highway near Chicago
Here's the latest for Friday April 19th: House chairman to subpoena full Mueller report; Speaker Pelosi marks US commitment to Peace Accords; Calif. couple who shackled children face sentencing and Cross procession marks Good Friday in Jerusalem.
Highlights of Today in History: Oklahoma City bombing; Battle of Lexington and Concord; Pope Benedict XVI elected; Branch Davidian siege near Waco, TX ends.
Ballet dancer, choreographer and girlfriend of Mick Jagger, Melanie Hamrick, brings her Rolling Stones-inspired ballet to New York.
Kodak Black arrested on drug and weapons charges; Joe Giudice loses appeal to avoid deportation; Cypress Hill honored with Hollywood Walk of Fame Star.
Jimmy Page reveals the process behind the creation of the Led Zeppelin albums and striving to always go "beyond, beyond, beyond."
Young people have the power to swing elections in India, where nearly two-thirds of the population is younger than 35 and teens eligible to vote for the first time number 15 million.
Marijuana enthusiasts have for decades celebrated all things marijuana on April 20. No, Hallmark doesn't yet have a card to mark "420." But the once counter-culture celebration is now appealing even to button-down Corporate America.
The Mueller report does not exonerate President Donald Trump, it simply brings us to the starting line and leaves us there, says professor Juliet Sorensen of Northwestern University's Pritzker School of Law.
House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff says Attorney General William Barr did a "grave disservice" to the country by misrepresenting significant parts of special counsel Robert Mueller's report.
The partner of a Minneapolis police officer who fatally shot an unarmed woman who had called 911 to report a possible crime testified Thursday that he feared a possible ambush before the woman was shot. AP Reporter Amy Forliti explains.
Here's the latest for Thursday April 18th: Trump tried to choke Russia probe, oust Mueller, report says; Democrats react swiftly to Mueller report; North Korea says it tested new weapon; Macron awards medals to Notre Dame firefighters.
Acting Defense Secretary Patrick Shanahan is confirming that North Korea conducted a test launch on Wednesday, but he declined to provide any details.
Special Counsel Robert Mueller laid out multiple episodes in which President Donald Trump directed others to influence or curtail the Russia investigation after the special counsel's appointment in May 2017. AP reporter Chad Day explains.
The Mueller report appears to be most heavily redacted in its first section, which covers Russia's meddling in the 2016 election and examines contacts between Russian representatives and the Trump campaign.
Public at last, Special Counsel Robert Mueller's report revealed to a waiting nation Thursday that President Donald Trump tried to seize control of the Russia probe and force Mueller's removal to stop him from investigating potential obstruction o...