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The three-week Tour de France goes by in the blink of an eye. The grueling race that ended Sunday covered around 3,500 kilometers and photojournalists had to capture hundreds of fleeting moments. … more
Airlines, including Delta Air Lines, continued to struggle to restore operations two days after a faulty software update caused technological havoc worldwide and resulted in several carriers … more
With President Joe Biden ending his reelection bid and endorsing Vice President Kamala Harris, Democrats now must navigate a shift that is unprecedented this late in an election year. Democrats are … more
Israeli airstrikes have killed at least 15 people including women and children overnight in Gaza. That's according to hospital officials and a body count by an Associated Press journalist on Sunday. … more
Francisco Seco, based in Istanbul, enjoys making photos of daily life in cities around the world. This assignment, though, took The Associated Press photographer to Ukraine to document the toll … more
In Georgia, campaign groups and independent media say a new law purportedly to curb “foreign influence” represents an existential threat to them. The foreign influence law was passed by the … more
A 12-year-old girl has been charged with murder, accused of smothering her 8-year-old cousin as the younger girl slept. A relative said they had been arguing over an iPhone while visiting their … more
Secretary of State Antony Blinken says Ukraine is on its way to being able to “stand on its own feet” militarily and more than 20 other countries have pledged to maintain their own military and … more
Firefighters in Texas have contained a fire that all but destroyed the historic church sanctuary at First Baptist Dallas. The blaze sent smoke billowing over the city but caused no deaths or … more
First Baptist Church of Mt. Vernon, Illinois, plans to hold the last service of its 156-year history on Sunday. It's among many U.S. churches that close their doors each year. But there’s a … more
No, you don't really have to wait 30 minutes after eating to go swimming. Doctors say there’s no need in most cases to wait. That old warning stems from worry that people might drown or struggle … more
Two top Biden administration officials say Iran is talking more about getting a nuclear bomb, and has made strides in developing one key aspect of a weapon in recent months. Secretary of State Antony … more
HIV-positive people who were convicted in Tennessee of sex work under a decades-old aggravated prostitution law will no longer be required to face a lifetime registration as a “violent sex … more
Ready, set, go! A six-lane giant slide has reopened in Detroit at Belle Isle state park. In 2022, the slide made headlines, got a mention on Jimmy Kimmel's TV show and even inspired a song. Viral … more
Secretary of State Antony Blinken says Ukraine is on its way to being able to “stand on its own feet” militarily and more than 20 other countries have pledged to maintain their own military and … more
The trial of Wall Street Journal reporter Evan Gershkovich ended Friday with his conviction on espionage charges that he, his employer and the U.S. government have dismissed as fabricated. He was … more
NEW YORK (AP) — For decades, scientists warned that continued burning of oil, gas, and coal would have devastating climate impacts. Those impacts are being felt around the world. Climate change … more
July 12-18, 2024 Just five days after an assassination attempt, a bandaged Donald Trump accepted the Republican party’s presidential nomination in Milwaukee. Kate, the Princess of Wales, … more
Hard-line President Alexander Lukashenko has led Belarus for 30 years and intends to seek yet another term in office. The former collective farm manager has harshly stifled the opposition with … more
Democrats in the state legislative majority have rebuffed calls by New Mexico’s governor to address the “dangerous intersection” of crime and homelessness. At a special legislative session … more
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