Father says 5 of the Nigerian schoolgirls still missing are dead and buried, citing survivors

A former Virginia police officer has been arrested in Idaho after federal authorities say he conspired to deal heroin and cocaine and told his co-conspirators the identity of a confidential FBI informant

Austria's foreign minister has ordered an attache at the country's embassy in Israel to return home after a newspaper reported that he posted a picture of himself in a T-shirt sold by a far-right group

Published reports say the FBI investigated Attorney General Jeff Sessions for possible false statements to Congress

Ford and Mahindra Group are teaming up on the development of a small electric vehicle and some new SUVs

Congressional leaders have finalized a sweeping $1.3 trillion budget bill, and voting on it could begin as soon as Thursday

Congressional leaders hope to start voting as soon as Thursday on a sweeping $1.3 trillion budget bill that substantially boosts military and domestic spending

British Prime Minister Theresa May is urging European Union leaders to unite and condemn Russia, as Moscow slams the U.K. as untrustworthy in its investigation of the poisoning of a former spy

The budget bill before Congress includes an update to federal law that makes clear that authorities with a warrant can obtain emails and other data held by U.S. technology companies but stored on servers overseas

Lawmakers are calling on the Trump administration to provide more clarity on which countries will be exempted from looming tariffs on steel and aluminum

Moammar Gadhafi's cousin says the corruption allegations against former French President Nicolas Sarkozy are "God's punishment" for his role in the NATO-backed uprising that toppled and killed the longtime Libyan leader

Slovakia's president has appointed a new three-party government to replace the one that resigned amid a political crisis triggered by the killings of an investigative journalist and his fiancee

Beaten out by Mississippi, Vermont is now the only state in the nation to have never sent a woman to Congress

At least 14 dead, several hurt in car bombing near hotel in Somalia's capital

South Korean court issues arrest warrant for ex-President Lee over corruption allegations

Defense Secretary Jim Mattis is applauding Saudi Arabia for its humanitarian aid to war-torn Yemen

AP Interview: Tottenham captain Hugo Lloris says Tottenham's style deserves a trophy

Video footage released by Sacramento police shows two officers yelling that a man had a gun before they fatally shot him

With less than three months to go until the World Cup in Russia, the host nation's players are dropping like flies

Venezuelans who have come to the US in recent years are starting to acknowledge a bitter reality: Conditions in their homeland only appear to be getting worse and it's unlikely they'll ever call it home again


Endangered primate known as a golden lion tamarin has been born in captivity in Jerusalem zoo

Long-term US mortgage rates rose slightly to average of 4.45 percent

Hosts Jim Litke and Tim Dahlberg discuss the outsized influence Kentucky coach John Calipari and his "one-and-done" recruiting philosophy has had on college basketball in the latest episode of the AP Special Events daily March Madness podcast

Long-term U.S. mortgage rates ticked up slightly this week to 4.45 percent; 10th increase in the past 11 weeks

Authorities say a man being beaten by several people outside of a Houston club fled to his car and then drove into the crowd in an apparent act of retaliation, striking at least four people and killing one of them

South Korean court approves arrest warrant for ex-President Lee Myung-bak in corruption scandal

The right-wing populist party of anti-Islam firebrand Geert Wilders has gained footholds for the first time in dozens of municipalities across the Netherlands in local elections, but has struggled in some key cities

The Trump administration is imposing sanctions on a French chemical weapons expert accused of making and using such munitions for the Islamic State group in Syria

The European Court of Human Rights has upheld Germany's decision to take away the children of families in a Christian sect to protect them from being disciplined by caning

The Ukrainian parliament has stripped a former military pilot who became a national icon in Ukraine after spending two years in a Russian prison of her immunity as a lawmaker on charges of plotting a military coup

If you love homes with expansive views, here's how to assess their value and shop smart

Man wanted for a bombing that targeted Palestinian premier's convoy as he visited Gaza last week killed in firefight with Hamas forces

A non-British company has apparently been chosen to make Britain's post-Brexit passports

The anti-graft tribunal trying Pakistan's former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif on corruption charges has rejected his request to travel to London to see his ailing wife, who has been in treatment there since last year

Somali police say at least 5 killed, several wounded in car bomb blast near Mogadishu hotel

Syrian state media says rebel shelling on Damascus has killed six people and wounded 13 others

British Prime Minister Theresa May says European Union leaders must unite to counter a threat from Russia that "doesn't respect borders."

After years of falling short of index funds, stock-picking managers of mutual funds had a big pickup in performance last year, and most acquitted themselves well during the market's sell-off last month

Fred Savage says allegations in a lawsuit that he was abusive to a woman on the set of the Fox series "The Grinder" are "absolutely untrue."

A Kentucky man has been formally charged for his role in the fatal shooting of a police officer last week

Stocks are falling as investors expect President Donald Trump to impose tariffs on Chinese products, with some of the worst losses going to technology and industrial companies.

The Jacksonville State University president says the school will be closed until April 2 as officials assess the damage of Monday's tornado

President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden are in a rhetorical smackdown over who could clean the other's clock in a brawl

Greece's foreign minister is going to Macedonia for talks on how to resolve a decades-long dispute over the former Yugoslav republic's name

Cambodia's ambassador to the United Nations office in Geneva has rejected a statement to the U.N. Human Rights Council endorsed by 45 nations that urges improvements in the Southeast Asia nation's rights situation ahead of a general election this July

The publisher of an investigative book on Theranos has moved up the release date from October to this spring

Poland's government is distancing itself from comments made by the prime minister's father, who claimed Jews willingly entered ghettos during the German occupation of Poland to escape their non-Jewish neighbors

A major clash between the authority of a sovereign Indian nation and non-native officials is shaping up in Florida, where a baby just born in a Miami hospital was taken from her parents, a Miccosukee mother and a white father.

The Bank of England have kept interest rates unchanged but appeared to issue another broad hint that they may rise again in May in order to get inflation back to target

Pedro Pablo Kuczynski took office in 2016 as a political outsider, but he now joins a long list of recent Peruvian presidents undone by scandals that have destroyed voters' trust in their elected officials

Rhode Island's Dan Hurley agrees to become UConn coach, succeeding fired Kevin Ollie

Authorities in Georgia say a bedridden woman had been found covered with cockroaches and maggots on a sheet smeared in feces

Former Wynn Resorts CEO Steve Wynn is selling about 4 million shares that he owns in the casino-operating company

A Romanian court has ruled that a man who died last year should get his driver's license back after it overturned a ban

Nationwide strikes are causing major disruptions to trains, planes, schools and other public services in France Thursday as unions set up dozens of street protests across the country

An explosion has rocked a chemical factory in the Czech Republic, killing six people and injuring two others

Portugal has few unanswered questions going into the World Cup with coach Fernando Santos sticking to most of the squad that won the European Championship two years ago

Nearly 500,000 smoke detectors from a North Carolina-based company are being recalled as a manufacturer defect may prevent them from detecting smoke

Syrian rebels, their families to leave besieged town in Damascus' eastern Ghouta enclave in evacuation deal

Israeli start-up UBQ says its innovative method of converting garbage into plastics, five years in the making, will revolutionize waste management worldwide and make landfills obsolete

Egypt votes next week in basically a one-candidate election _ but almost nowhere in Arab world has democracy taken hold

The British pound has remained firm after minutes to the Bank of England's rate-setting meeting kept the prospect of another rate hike in May on the table.

Lawmakers have passed a bill that would require Tennessee schools to prominently display the national "In God We Trust" motto

The progress on a Brexit transition deal appears to have made it more likely that the Bank of England will raise its interest rates again in May, despite a recent fall in the rate of inflation

Russia's ambassador to UK says Britain can't be trusted, has history of violating international law

Former French President Nicolas Sarkozy has reportedly denied all allegations that he accepted millions of euros in illegal campaign funding from the late Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi

The Bank of England have kept interest rates unchanged but appeared to issue another broad hint that they may rise again in May in order to get inflation back to target

A debate in the Dutch parliament has been halted after a man jumped from the public gallery into the debating chamber below

Indian officials say government forces have ended a two-day operation against rebels fighting against Indian rule in disputed Kashmir in which 10 combatants died

EU leaders are set to condemn Turkey's efforts to stop natural gas exploration off Cyprus ahead of a meeting next week between top EU officials and President Recep Tayyip Erdogan

Philippine police say they killed 13 drug suspects and arrested more than 100 suspected dealers and criminals in one day of raids in a province with a record of bloody crackdowns

When Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School students return from spring break, they'll be required by the local school district to use clear backpacks and wear identification badges at all times

Joseph Parker's team says the WBO heavyweight champion is at "maximum speed and power" ahead of his unification fight against Anthony Joshua

Global stock markets drop as investors brace for trade conflict between economic heavyweights U.S. and China.

Students at a California high school are organizing a pro-abortion rights protest that was inspired by the recent nationwide student walkout for gun control

Chinese state media will be getting more propaganda now that the Communist Party has announced it will be in direct control of broadcasters and the regulators of everything from movies and TV to books and radio programs

British Prime Minister Theresa May will urge European Union leaders to unite and condemnation Russia as leaders of the bloc's 28 nations meet in Brussels

Turkey's state-run news agency says Turkish jets have attacked suspected Kurdish rebel camps across the border in northern Iraq, in an operation that reportedly "neutralized" nine militants

A joint media investigation reveals that the extent of Hurricane Harvey's toxic assault on the environment was more widespread than authorities publicly acknowledged, and questions about the long-term consequences for human health remain unanswered.

Thirteen holiday hikers, including Chinese citizens, have been rescued aftter getting trapped overnight by a late-season snowfall on a Tokyo mountain trail

AP Exclusive: CEO behind Bratz doll leads group that's pledged $200 million, hoping to crowdfund millions more to save part of Toys R Us

Germany's economy minister says he found officials in Washington "open to our arguments" when he visited to try and avert steel and aluminum tariffs against the European Union

The European Union's law enforcement agency says police have smashed a Nigerian organized crime ring in one of Europe's largest operations against human trafficking

Spain's government is repudiating a plan by separatists in Catalonia's regional parliament to elect prominent secessionist politician Jordi Turull as Catalan president

YouTube has tightened its restrictions on firearms videos

Germany's justice minister says she is calling in Facebook's European leadership to explain the scandal involving data mining firm Cambridge Analytica and detail whether German users' data were affected

For residents near the Arkema plant northeast of Houston there's a 'bitter taste' about Harvey-related fires and lack of information

Among 10 Things to Know: Police: Austin bomber's video amounts to 'confession,' but no motive; Trump to punish China on trade as US companies fear backlash; Facebook's Zuckerberg apologizes for 'major breach of trust'

Shares tumble in Europe after mixed performance in Asia following the Federal Reserve's interest rate hike

Turkey's largest media group says it is in talks with a pro-government business group for the sale of its outlets, a development that further curtails independent journalism in the country

An Afghan migrant to Germany has been found guilty of raping and murdering a 19-year-old medical student and sentenced to life in prison in a case that fueled a debate about the country's immigration policies

A Malaysian police investigator says the absence of four North Korean suspects believed to have orchestrated the killing of their leader's half brother didn't cause prejudice against the two women on trial

The Chinese government has vowed to take "all necessary measures" to defend China's interests if President Donald Trump targets China for allegedly stealing American technology or pressuring U.S. companies to hand it over

The president of the Maldives has lifted a 45-day state of emergency he declared during an unprecedented court-triggered challenge to his political control in the archipelago nation

German prosecutors say they've charged a German-Algerian dual national with supporting a terrorist organization over allegations that he aided Islamic State militants in Syria and Iraq

Two Americans were killed and two injured when a helicopter crashed on Australia's Great Barrier Reef

President Donald Trump is targeting China for stealing American technology or pressuring U.S. companies to hand it over as farmers, electronics retailers and other U.S. businesses brace for a backlash

UN: Conflict and drought bring 124 million to 'acute' hunger in 2017

Report: Famed Iranian philosopher Dariush Shayegan, advocate of confronting domination of Western philosophy, dies at 83

Russian media outlets say they will stop sending reporters to cover the lower chamber of the Russian parliament after it exonerated an influential lawmaker who has faced multiple allegations of sexual harassment

The Trump administration is facing off against AT&T to block the telephone giant from absorbing Time Warner, in a case that could shape how consumers get _ and how much they pay for _ streaming TV and movies. Opening arguments come Thursday in US court.

A chartered tour bus has reportedly lost control on downhill curve in Thailand's northeast and slid off the side of the road, killing at least 18 people and injuring dozens more

John Gibson stopped 29 shots to lead the Anaheim Ducks over the Calgary Flames 4-0

Indonesia's disaster agency says 30 people have been treated for gas exposure after Mount Ijen in eastern Java belched toxic fumes from its crater

Today's major league manager is a salesman as much as a strategist

The NCAA Tournament resumes Thursday night with a slate of four games; Kansas State coach Bruce Weber says every team has a chance after the slew of upsets in the opening two rounds

A 23-year-old suspected of planting the deadly bombs that terrorized Austin for three weeks was described by his uncle as a smart and kind 'computer geek'

Can Zuckerberg's media mini-blitz take the pressure off Facebook?

US-funded counterterrorism center opens in Jordan where police commandos from partner countries can train

Recent health scares raise concerns about Palestinian President Abbas, revive anxiety about potential succession battle

Anthony Davis capped a 28-point, 13-rebound, five-block performance with a 15-foot baseline fade, a gritty put-back and two free throws in the final minute, and the New Orleans Pelicans outlasted the Indiana Pacers 96-92

Reports on North Korean sanctions evasion reveal Hong Kong's middleman role

An effort to protect young Dreamer immigrants from deportation never really had much chance of squeezing into the huge spending bill leaders hope Congress will approve this week

Starbucks, thirsty for some Instagram magic, releases latest sugary concoction

LaMarcus Aldridge had 27 points and nine rebounds, and the San Antonio Spurs won their fifth straight, 98-90 over the Washington Wizards

The suspected Austin bomber is dead after terrorizing Texas' capital city for three weeks

The travel and tourism sector is set to experience a slowdown in 2018 as a result of higher oil prices, a year after it experienced its best year on record, according to a leading global industry forum

Pakistani forces have shot and killed a would-be- uicide bomber after he opened fire on a security convoy on the outskirts of the southwestern city of Quetta

A spending bill slated for a vote in Congress includes a bipartisan plan to create a wildfire disaster fund to help combat increasingly severe wildfires that have devastated the West in recent years

Police say a 25-minute cellphone video left behind by the bomber whose deadly explosives terrorized Austin for weeks details the differences among the weapons he built and amounts to a confession

The National Rugby League has ordered Brisbane Broncos player Matt Lodge to begin paying back the victims of his New York City assault or risk having his contract terminated

Ducks-Flames Sums

DeAndre Jordan had 25 points and 22 rebounds to lead the Los Angeles Clippers past the Milwaukee Bucks 127-120

In wake of criticism of Trump's congratulatory call to Putin, White House issues threat over leaking of briefing papers to press

As Trump administration works with European allies on a revised nuclear deal with Iran, concerns remain over whether Trump will simply blow up the accord altogether

AP FACT CHECK: Trump gets his facts wrong when it comes to recounting the battle against Islamic State militants, mangles Hillary Clinton's remarks about women

A man convicted of killing a judge with a mail bomb in Alabama in 1989 is set for execution as Texas deals with the aftermath of a recent bombing spree

Jaden Schwartz scored his second goal of the game 30 seconds into overtime to give the St. Louis Blues a 2-1 victory over the Boston Bruins

Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell shows a different style from his recent predecessors

CEO behind Bratz doll leads group that's pledged $200 million, hoping to crowdfund millions more to save part of Toys R Us

Closing arguments are scheduled to begin in the trial of a Massachusetts man accused of abusing a dog so severely that it had to be euthanized

Today in History

Saudi Arabia's attempts to prepare for the World Cup are not confined to arranging friendlies or hiring world-famous coaches

Facebook's Zuckerberg apologizes for a 'major breach of trust'

Dwight Howard had 32 points and 30 rebounds to become the first player with a 30-30 game against the Nets since Kareem Abdul-Jabbar in 1978 and the Charlotte Hornets stormed back to beat Brooklyn 111-105

Clayton Keller had two assists to set the Arizona Coyotes' franchise record for most points by a rookie in a 4-1 win over the Buffalo Sabres in a matchup the NHL's two worst teams

Nikola Jokic scores 21 points on "Serbian Heritage Night," and the Denver Nuggets routed the Chicago Bulls 135-102

A longtime Boston television personality and entertainer known for playing Bozo the Clown has died at age 89

Tuesday's school shooting in Maryland that left the shooter dead and two students wounded increasingly appears to be the action of a lovesick teenager

Bruins-Blues Sums

The Maldives' former longtime dictator and the Supreme Court chief justice were ordered held until the end of their trials on terrorism charges

New Mexico regulators have approved a plan to build two massive wind farms along the Texas-New Mexico border

The top U.S. military officer says Afghan security forces have identified key areas of the country that must be secure for the elections later this year and have planned a series of military operations to free them from Taliban control

Some South Texas teenagers whose school was heavily damaged by Hurricane Harvey and not able to host prom have a new location with a flair for fancy clothes

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg believes it's time to impose more regulations on technology companies as they play an increasingly important role in the world

Canadiens-Penguins Sums

Highlights of what's in, what's out of vast spending bill

Coyotes-Sabres Sums

Among 10 Things to Know: Zuckerberg breaks his silence; Bombing suspect's relatives say they, too, want answers; how parents are embracing possible gender fluidity

House approves a Republican bill making it easier for terminally ill people to use unproven treatments

A former speaker of the Hawaii House of Representatives will resign by next week to resolve sexual harassment allegations brought by several women, the latest case of an elected official being forced from office over misconduct

One of socialist Venezuela's most powerful politicians has taken to Twitter to revel over the resignation of conservative Peruvian President Pedro Pablo Kuczynski

Investigators still combing bombing suspect Mark Conditt's home in an Austin suburb

Two experts have viewed video of a deadly self-driving vehicle crash in suburban Phoenix and say the Uber SUV's laser and radar sensors should have spotted the victim and her bicycle and braked.

An Islamic State suicide bomber has struck on the road to a Shiite shrine in Afghanistan's capital, killing at least 33 people as Afghans celebrated the Persian new year

Rory McIlroy starts cold, finishes hot and still loses opening match to Peter Uihlein

Chicago's former police chief says he's running for mayor against the man who fired him

Peru's president offered to resign. Congress has yet to accept. What's next for Peru?

The head of the Vatican's communications department has resigned after he revealed and mischaracterized a private letter from the retired pope, then had a photo of the letter digitally manipulated and released

A high school teacher who was seen on video calling members of the U.S. military "the lowest of our low" has been fired

Sheriff's officials say they wrongfully returned a gun a California man used to kill his ex-wife inside a busy shopping mall last weekend

An AP analysis shows more than 19,000 people detained and imprisoned in Iraq due to IS ties and terror-related offenses, with more than 3,000 of them sentenced to death

Authorities investigating a deadly self-driving vehicle crash in suburban Phoenix have released video of the Uber SUV striking a pedestrian as she walked her bicycle across a darkened street

Congressional bargainers have announced a bipartisan $1.3 trillion budget deal financing government agencies for the rest of this federal fiscal year

Budget bargainers clinch $1.3 trillion deal bearing big defense, domestic boosts, no protections for Dreamer immigrants

A new report says the global fleet of coal-fired power plants will begin to shrink by 2022 as plant retirements outpace new construction

NHL general managers recommended shifting the decision on a coach's challenge for goalie interference from on-ice officials to the league's situation room in Toronto.

Serena Williams lost in the first round of the Miami Open, still rusty in her comeback from pregnancy and unable to overcome a tough draw against Naomi Osaka, who won 6-3, 6-2

A New Mexico youth soccer league is investigating reported racial slurs and an assault on a girl by an adult in a game that turned violent

Texas A&M big man Robert Williams got to be a part of the Aggies' run to the Sweet Sixteen because he stayed in school

Republican Rick Saccone is conceding a special congressional election in southwestern Pennsylvania to Democrat Conor Lamb after the GOP considered a recount and legal action

An Oregon man has pleaded guilty to a federal charge of misusing a passport

Prosecutors have dropped charges against a New York man who spent 22 years in prison for a double killing before new witnesses came forward and his conviction was overturned

The U.N. Security Council is urging rival leaders in Libya to engage in talks and put an end to the country's political crisis

A federal magistrate judge has concluded that a neo-Nazi website publisher's overseas travels don't warrant dismissal of a lawsuit over an anti-Semitic online trolling campaign he orchestrated against a Montana family

Embattled President Pedro Pablo Kuczynski has offered his resignation to Peru's congress ahead of a scheduled vote on whether to impeach the former Wall Street investor on corruption charges, according to a presidential aide

Manhunt for Texas bombing suspect draws upon location technology built into phones

Prosecutors at the start of a murder trial say a rock-throwing teenager didn't deserve to die when a U.S. Border Patrol Agent hit him with 10 shots as he stood on a street on the Mexican side of the border

Prosecutors in Carver County have agreed to provide Prince's siblings with documents connected to their investigation into his death

President Donald Trump is defending his decision to congratulate Russian President Vladimir Putin on his re-election

Spring has kicked off with a wallop of wintry weather along the East Coast

An Arkansas death row inmate who is out of appeals at the state level wants another chance before the U.S. Supreme Court

Hundreds of Kentucky teachers are flexing their political muscle with a rally outside the state Capitol, pressuring lawmakers to bury a proposed pension overhaul that would cut retirement benefits

Democrats are giddy following Illinois' primary about their chances of reclaiming the governor's office from a GOP incumbent who barely survived his own nomination fight.

Democrats are giddy following Illinois' primary about their chances of reclaiming the governor's office from a GOP incumbent who barely survived his own nomination fight

Police say a 30-year-old Omaha, Nebraska, man accidentally shot his pinky finger after falling asleep holding his new handgun.

John Carlson is having a Norris Trophy-caliber season as one of the NHL's top defenseman and could cash in big-time as a free agent this summer

CORRECTS: Peru's congress accepts president's resignation letter; to debate it Thursday

A court has dismissed a perjury charge against the chief organizer of a deadly white nationalist rally

After a 16-year break, American figure skater Deanna Stellato is eager to make up for lost time

The Mormon church is investigating a former missionary training center president who is accused of sexually assaulting a woman in the 1980s

Authorities: Teenager stabbed teacher, two others at a Texas community center before being fatally shot by police

Hometown hero Kostner leads Olympic champion Zagitova after short program at World Figure Skating Championships

The lawyer of a Hawaii lawmaker who is resigning to resolve sexual harassment allegations says his client is taking responsibility for what he is accused of, but doesn't remember the incidents.

Timeline of Justine Damond shooting in Minneapolis, compiled from police and investigative reports

AP Explains: A look at why Peruvian President Pedro Pablo Kuczynski has offered to resign ahead of an impeachment vote on charges he lied about decade-old payments from a construction firm at the center of Latin America's biggest graft scandal.

The partner of a Minneapolis police officer charged with murder and manslaughter in the death of an unarmed Australian woman said both men "got spooked" and the partner feared for his life

U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin says that the United States will consider rejoining the Trans-Pacific Partnership after it deals with other priorities

Loyola-Chicago's run to the Sweet 16 is resurfacing memories of its culturally significant game in 1963 against Mississippi State




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