“Why would we change if we won the debate?” — Former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani, quoted by the Associated Press, on whether Donald Trump would change his tactics for the next debate. The post Bonus Quote of the Day appeared first on Political Wire.
This weekend features a slew of intriguing college football games, including three contests featuring teams ranked in the Associated Press top 10 – the most head-to-head matchups in a weekend since 2002. No. 7 Stanford (3-0) at No. 10 Washington (4-0) Friday, 9 p.m. – ESPN The Buzz: This Pac-12...
Infamous celebrity accoster Vitalii Sediuk tried to kiss Kim Kardashian‘s butt on Wednesday (September 28) in Paris, France, and now he’s explaining why he did what he did. In a statement to the Associated Press, Vitalii said he tried to kiss her bottom “to popularize natural beauty among teenage girls.” He also added that his [...]
Click here for reuse options! A new investigation finds privacy is a real issue. A new Associated Press investigation finds that a troubling number of U.S. police officers have used confidential federal and state databases—which contain...Show More Summary
The Associated Press reports: Alabama Chief Justice Roy Moore should be removed from office for defying the U.S. Supreme Court on gay marriage, a lawyer for a disciplinary commission argued on Wednesday. R. Ashby Pate, a lawyer for the...Show More Summary
US Secretary of State John Kerry threatened to suspend negotiations with Russia over Syria unless the Russian and Syrian aerial bombardment of the city of Aleppo ends, The Associated Press reported Wednesday. Kerry told his Russian counterpart...Show More Summary
Big Media’s new anti-Trump hotness seems to have something of a checkered past. A past which includes accusations of threatening to kill a judge. Associated Press, February 5, 1998: A Venezuela judge said Thursday a former Miss Universe threatened to kill him after he indicted her boyfriend for attempted murder. Venezuelan beauty queen Alicia Machado […]
This morning, the Associated Press published results of their investigation into the unauthorized access of law enforcement databases by police officers. They found egregious abuses including stalking, harassment, and selling of personal information. Unspecified discipline was imposed in more than 90 instances reviewed by AP. Show More Summary
WASHINGTON (AP) — The Latest on the U.S. presidential election (all times EDT): In all the cases reviewed by The Associated Press, each person, organization, company or government office that has seen copies of Trump's tax returns is...Show More Summary
Marcell Ozuna was among the Miami Marlins players who declined an invitation to join pitcher Jose Fernandez on a boat the night he was killed in a fatal crash. According to the Associated Press' Curt Anderson, Ozuna was one of at least...Show More Summary
Four weeks in, the 2016 college football season has already been tumultuous. Five teams that began the season in the Associated Press Top 10 have slipped from that lofty perch, while three squads (LSU, Notre Dame and Oklahoma) have fallen out of the poll entirely. Show More Summary
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger declined to comment on the Football Association's investigation of Sam Allardyce but hopes the England boss is able to clear his name, and he also revealed he is firmly against third-party ownership of players...Show More Summary
The Associated Press is examining issues at stake in the presidential election and how they affect people. This one looks at Social Security. Continue reading ? The post Where do the presidential candidates stand on Social Security? appeared first on PBS NewsHour.
According to the Associated Press, Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump immediately told reporters following Monday's presidential debate that there was something wrong with his microphone during his one-on-one with Hillary Clinton.
The Bone Thugs-n-Harmony set at High Life Music Festival in Victorville, CA was met with a drone that hit rapper Flesh-n-Bone right in the face, reports the Associated Press. No one knows who was flying the 2-foot drone or why, but it didn’t phase BT&H at all. The show went on. There were so many […]
A letter released by his tax attorneys never used the word, merely describing his tax returns under continuous review. Trump has declined to provide the IRS' formal notice of audit to The Associated Press and other news outlets.
Last night during their performance at the High Life Music Festival in San Bernardino, California, a drone crashed into a member of Bone Thugs-n-Harmony, TMZ reports. There’s grainy video below, and an Associated Press photo confirms that Stanley Howse, aka Flesh-n-Bone, was struck in the head. Show More Summary
Associated Press photographer Evan Vucci
Only one in every 10 U.S. citizens have a favourable view of Russian President Vladimir Putin, according to a new poll by the Associated Press, ABC reports. Putin has been hailed by controversial U.S. presidential candidate Donald Trump...Show More Summary
In a "Fact Check" published Wednesday afternoon, the Associated Press's Thomas Beaumont insisted that Donald Trump's September 16 statement that "Hillary Clinton and her campaign of 2008 started the birther controversy," namely thatShow More Summary