By MARY ESCH, Associated Press ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) 01/16 — More than three months after 20 people died in a stretch limousine crash in rural upstate New York,
By ALANNA DURKIN RICHER and DENISE LAVOIE, Associated Press BOSTON (AP) 10/31 — A Mafia hit man who is said to hate “rats”
By JOHN ROGERS, LOS ANGELES (AP) 09/28 — Here’s another thing travelers can consider bringing when a trip takes them through Los Angeles International Airport — marijuana.
BOZEMAN, Mont. (AP) 08/23 — An Oregon man who said he and his buddy were on a “last hurrah” tour through national parks before he entered alcohol treatment was sentenced Thursday to 130 days in jail for his drunken behavior,
By JILL COLVIN and ANNE FLAHERTY, Associated Press WASHINGTON (AP) 08/16 — Former CIA Director John Brennan said Thursday that President Donald Trump yanked his security clearance because his campaign colluded with the Russians to sway the 2016 election and is now desperate to end the special counsel’s investigation.
By ANDREW SELSKY, Associated Press SALEM, Ore. (AP) 07/31 — A Mexican man was sentenced to eight years in federal prison Monday for illegally re-entering the United States after being deported at least 11 times,
By LISA MARIE PANE, Associated Press 07/27 They look futuristic, the type of firearms that would-be assassins use in movies: 3D-printed guns made of a hard plastic that are simple to assemble,
By SHEILA BURKE, Associated Press NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) 04/24 — Without knowing who he was or what he might do, police briefly had Travis Reinking in their sights days before the deadly assault on a Waffle House restaurant.
By MICHAEL CASEY, Associated Press CONCORD, N.H. (AP) 04/12 — An international crackdown on illegal logging in tropical forests has ensnared the makers of some guitars and other musical instruments,
By JULIE WATSON, Associated Press SAN DIEGO (AP) 03/29 — The U.S. and Mexican governments are sparring over immigration and trade, but the two countries are joining forces on the high seas like never before to go after drug smugglers.
By ERIC TUCKER, Associated Press WASHINGTON (AP) 03/24 — The Trump administration announced criminal charges and sanctions Friday against Iranians accused in a hacking scheme to pilfer sensitive information from hundreds of universities,
By MATTHEW PERRONE, AP Health Writer NEW YORK (AP) 03/06 — The head of the Food and Drug Administration wants to more than double the number of packages his agency inspects for illicit drugs,Read more »
By MEG KINNARD, Associated Press COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) 01/29 — As prison officials combat contraband cellphones in the hands of the nation’s inmates, a wireless trade group says court orders should be required to shut down the devices.
By STEVEN DUBOIS, Associated Press PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) 01/26 — The family of an Arizona rancher who was killed by police during the armed occupation of a national wildlife refuge in Oregon alleged in a U.S.
By JENNIFER SINCO KELLEHER and BRIAN MELLEY, Associated Press HONOLULU (AP) 01/15 — When Jonathan Scheuer got an alert on his phone of a ballistic missile headed for Hawaii,
By KEN RITTER, Associated Press LAS VEGAS (AP) 01/09 — The Nevada rancher accused of leading an armed standoff that stopped federal agents from rounding up his cattle in 2014 walked out of a courthouse in Las Vegas a free and defiant man Monday,
By KEN RITTER, Associated Press LAS VEGAS (AP) 12/23 — A mistrial in the federal prosecution of a family of ranchers who led an armed standoff against government agents prompted Attorney General Jeff Sessions to launch an investigation into the case and renewed calls for a broad review of U.S.
By PHUONG LE, Associated Press SEATTLE (AP) 12/22 — Video from the cab of the Amtrak train that hurtled off the tracks in Washington state,
By PHUONG LE, Associated Press SEATTLE (AP) 12/21 — Experts say it’s possible the engineer on an Amtrak train that derailed as it hurtled into a curve at more than twice the speed limit was distracted for an extended period of time before the train plunged off an overpass and onto a busy interstate,
By KEN RITTER, Associated Press LAS VEGAS (AP) 12/20 — A U.S. judge in Nevada dealt another defeat Wednesday to federal prosecutors trying to punish leaders of armed standoffs meant to oppose federal authority over vast swaths of land in the American West.