People shopping for insurance through the Affordable Care Act in yet more regions will be facing higher prices and fewer choices next year as insurance companies lay out their early plans for 2018.
AP Poll: Growing number of Americans 40 and older think Medicare should cover the costs of long-term care for older adults.
British police investigating the Manchester Arena bombing have arrested a ninth man while continuing to search addresses associated with the bomber who killed 22 concert-goers.
Here they go again: Cleveland and Golden State will meet in the NBA Finals for the third consecutive season.
Amid reports that the FBI is investigating meetings Trump son-in-law had with Russians, Jared Kushner's lawyer says he is willing to cooperate with investigators.
After a roadside bomb killed her brother in Iraq, a Wisconsin violin maker finds solace, and healing, in the creative process.
Egyptian state TV: 23 people, 25 wounded in militant attack on a bus with Coptic Christians south of Cairo.
Republican Greg Gianforte's win in Montana's special election hinged on flaws in both the two major party candidates.
Among 10 Things to Know: Republicans wins House seat, G-7 summit in Sicily, NBA and NHL finals set.
President Donald Trump has faced a much cooler reception in Europe than the welcome he received in the Middle East.
The chairman of the European Union's council says he agrees with President Donald Trump that the international community should be "tough, even brutal" on terrorism and Islamic State.
US economy grew at modest 1.2 percent rate in Q1, better than first believed but well below Trump goal.
The differences are well-known: climate change, trade and migration threaten to throw a summit of the Group of Seven leading industrialized nations off its consensus game with U.S. President Donald Trump cast as the spoiler-in-chief.
The typical raise for CEOs at big U.S. companies was 8.5 percent last year, the biggest in three years, as the corner-office class continues to pull away from average workers.
Alabama has put to death Tommy Arthur, the man who escaped seven prior execution dates for his conviction in a 1982 murder-for-hire.
Mark Zuckerberg is giving a commencement speech at Harvard, the university he dropped out of to create Facebook.
A federal appeals court has dealt another blow to President Donald Trump's revised travel ban targeting six Muslim-majority countries.
President Donald Trump's push to get in front of the pack at a NATO summit generated indignation in the Balkans and garnered attention on social media _ but the man he shoved aside took it in stride.
U.S. President Donald Trump met his match in a handshake showdown with France's new president, Emmanuel Macron.
Donald Trump's administration is pledging a Supreme Court showdown over his travel ban.
Relief funds for global emergency food aid are targeted for 40 percent cut in Trump's budget even as the president announces a new aid contribution.
President Donald Trump will be in the heart of Europe to address a continent still reeling from his election and anxious about his support.
Philippines military chief says top terror suspect Isnilon Hapilon is still hiding in the besieged city of Marawi in the country's south.
LeBron James scored 35 points and passed Michael Jordan to become the NBA's all-time playoff scoring leader as the Cleveland Cavaliers beat the Boston Celtics 135-102 to claim their third straight Eastern Conference title.
The Pittsburgh Penguins are back in the Stanley Cup final for a sixth time while the Nashville Predators will make their Cup debut when the series starts on Monday.
Chris Cornell's widow has written a letter addressed to the late Soundgarden frontman days after he took his own life.
He was quiet and withdrawn, a college dropout who liked soccer _ and, some say, showed alarming signs of being radicalized years before he walked into a pop concert at Britain's Manchester Arena and detonated a powerful bomb, killing himself and 22 others.
The Pittsburgh Penguins are heading back to the Stanley Cup final.
Alabama is set to execute a man who has had his lethal injection delayed by the courts seven times.
The case of a Montana congressional candidate accused of body-slamming a reporter is being blamed by some media watchers on a wave of hostility toward journalists that President Donald Trump helped generate.
Witnesses said the Republican candidate for Montana's sole congressional seat body-slammed a reporter Wednesday, the day before the polls close in the special election.
The FBI says it needs more time to consider a request by Congress to turn over memos and other documents related to meetings between former FBI Director James Comey and President Donald Trump.
Filipino Catholics have attended a Mass for people in the southern region now under martial law and in the besieged city of Marawi.
Police have arrested two more people and are searching a new site in Manchester suspected of links to the bombing that killed 22 people a pop concert.
AP Analysis: Iran president's biggest challenge likely meeting his supporters' expectations.
Army tanks packed with soldiers have rolled into a southern Philippine city to try to restore control after militants linked to Islamic State group launched a violent siege.
NATO's chief has affirmed that the alliance will join the international coalition fighting Islamic State but will not wage war against the extremists, as President Donald Trump prepares to meet allied leaders.
Ten of the 15 fastest-growing cities with populations of 50,000 or more were spread across the South in 2016, with four of the top five found in Texas.
Monstrous cyclones are churning over Jupiter's poles, until now largely unexplored.
The Montana congressional candidate accused of assaulting a reporter hasn't been seen or heard from Thursday as voters go to the polls.
After two years of silence amid an onslaught of sexual assault allegations, comedian Bill Cosby is sending targeted messages about racial bias across the media landscape ahead of his June 5 trial in suburban Philadelphia.
Among 10 Things to Know: Britain angered by US leaks of Manchester bombing probe; Trump meeting with EU, NATO leaders; Montana congressional candidate charged with misdemeanor assault of reporter.
Greek police say former Prime Minister Lucas Papademos has been wounded in an explosion in a car in central Athens.
President Donald Trump is at the Vatican to meet with Pope Francis, the famously humble pontiff with whom he has publicly clashed.
Google is keeping an eye on what you're buying offline in addition to monitoring your online shopping in its latest attempt to sell more digital advertising.
A Pentagon investigation has found that more than 100 civilians were killed after the U.S. dropped a bomb on a building in Mosul, Iraq, in March.
A survey of US beekeepers finds some hope for the nation's troubled honeybees.
The federal agency that supports basic science research is taking a close look at what's under the ground in Alaska.
British police say officers and the army are responding to an incident at a college in Trafford, a district near Manchester.
Troops are guarding federal buildings in Brazil's capital as the president struggles to hang onto power amid an outcry over corruption allegations and after clashes between police and protesters forced the evacuations of several ministries.
President Donald Trump is pledging to "get to the bottom" of leaks of sensitive information.
Leaks of sensitive information that have been a hallmark of the Trump administration are antagonizing one of America's closest allies.
Congress' nonpartisan budget analysts have released a largely damaging report on the House-passed health care bill, saying the Republican measure would leave 23 million more Americans uninsured.
Fox News' Sean Hannity says a media watchdog is guilty of 'liberal fascism' for targeting his advertisers.
Queen Elizabeth II has met with children injured in the Manchester concert bombing, consoling them and pronouncing the attack "wicked.".
President John F. Kennedy's daughter has reminisced about her father in a new video released ahead of what would have been his 100th birthday.
"Modern Family" star Sarah Hyland says she has medical condition, isn't promoting anorexia as critics say.
Manchester's race relations have been in the spotlight since bombing suspect Salman Abedi, a British citizen of Libyan descent, killed 22 people and injured dozens more.
Florida's Siesta Beach has been named America's best beach on an annual top 10 list compiled by coastal science professor Stephen Leatherman, also known as Dr. Beach.
The ranking Democrat on the House intelligence committee says the panel will be issuing subpoenas to get former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn to cooperate with its investigation into Russian activities during the 2016 election.
Famous figures from entertainment, politics and business are giving commencement speeches at colleges across the country.
A federal report says a St. Louis company's steam condensation tank exploded, shooting into the air and through the roof of a neighboring business, after the tank was restarted despite needing emergency repairs.
Top officials in President Donald Trump's Cabinet are heading to Capitol Hill to defend his plans to cut domestic programs and parry Democratic criticism of his tax plans.
Health care is a prominent issue in rural Montana as the state prepares to vote in a special election to fill its only seat in the US House.
The Guardian reporter who authorities say was assaulted by a Montana Republican candidate for a U.S. House seat says he never touched the politician before he was thrown to the ground.
The bombing at a Manchester concert on Monday night claimed the lives of 22 people, many of them teenagers and their parents.
A medicine made from marijuana, without the stuff that gives a high, cut seizures in kids with a severe form of epilepsy in a study that strengthens the case for more research into pot's possible health benefits.
Spacewalking astronauts are tackling urgent repairs at the International Space Station.
A Playboy centerfold who snapped a photo of a naked 71-year-old woman in a gym locker room and posted it on social media with insults about the woman's body is expected to appear in court to resolve a criminal charge in Los Angeles.
Women CEOs earned big bucks last year, but there's still very few of them running America's largest companies.
Concluding his tour of the ancestral homes of the world's three largest monotheistic religions, President Donald Trump is poised to call on Pope Francis, the famously humble pontiff with whom he has publicly clashed.
British investigators are exploring whether the bomber that killed 22 people at a Manchester concert hall was part of a larger terror cell responsible for the deadly attacks in Brussels and Paris last year.
In his first appearance on the world stage, President Donald Trump is aiming for caution over his usual brand of chaos.
Teenager Olivia Campbell-Hardy, who went to school near Manchester, was at the Ariana Grande concert with a friend on Monday night.
The president of this year's World Health Assembly opened this afternoon's proceedings by calling for a minute of silence to remember the victims of the Manchester bombing attack.
Britons will find armed troops at vital locations after the official threat level was raised to its highest point following a suicide bombing that killed 22.
Ariana Grande's management team says tour suspended due to Manchester tragedy.
Voters are heading to the polls Thursday to decide who will fill Montana's only U.S. House seat amid uncertainty in Washington over President Donald Trump's agenda and his handling of the country's affairs.
A Philippine Roman Catholic church leader says a priest and several churchgoers have been taken hostage from a cathedral by gunmen in a southern city.
This year's Cannes Film Festival has been a sprawling, international referendum on Netflix, with votes registered in boos and applause.
France's interior minister says that the suicide bomber who targeted Manchester is believed to have traveled to Syria and had "proven" links with the Islamic State group.
A reporter for the Guardian newspaper is alleging that the Republican candidate for Montana's sole congressional seat "body slammed" him on the day before the special election.
Police say a suspected suicide bomb blast near a bus terminal in Indonesia's capital has killed a policeman and injured four other officers.
Indonesia's president has ordered a thorough investigation of the network behind two suicide bombings that targeted police in the capital and killed three police officers.
With just one black person seated among the first 11 jurors chosen for Bill Cosby's sexual assault trial, the defense is crying foul.
With just one black person seated among the first 11 jurors chosen for Bill Cosby's sexual assault trial, the defense is crying foul.
Among 10 Things to Know: Britain steps up military patrols, probes Manchester attacker's Libya ties; 'We can use peace': Trump and Pope Francis meet; Trump's health care budget means deep cuts for safety net.
Melania Trump is drawing attention for covering her head for some meetings but not others on President Donald Trump's first international trip.
The father of the British-Libyan bomber behind Manchester bombing that killed 22 people during Ariana Grande concert denied his son's links to the bombing and said that he was preparing for a visit to Saudi to perform pilgrimage.
Senate leaders are positioning themselves for a Congressional Budget Office report that will assess the impact the House-approved health care bill would have on insurance coverage and consumers' costs.
The San Antonio Police Department is reviewing body camera footage after a bystander posted video online that appears to show an officer punching an eighth-grade girl three or four times.
A western South Dakota high school won't let a student who has brain cancer to walk at graduation because she's six credits short of being able to graduate.
A poll says older Latinos are more likely than older whites or older blacks to say they've had to withdraw or borrow money from a retirement account.
Americans may not trust the media in general, but have more faith in their favorites, a new survey finds.
President Donald Trump's U.N. envoy sets foot in the no-man's-land between Syria and Turkey, witnessing the daily transfer of aid supplies into a seemingly interminable conflict.
Mike Hoffman scored the tiebreaking goal early in the third period to give the Ottawa Senators a 2-1 victory over the Pittsburgh Penguins and force a decisive Game 7 in the Eastern Conference Finals.
Dynamic Duo: Irving scores 42, LeBron 34 as Cavaliers down Celtics 112-99 in Game 4.
President Donald Trump's budget proposal to provide federal tax money for private-school scholarships is getting pushback from an unconventional source: groups known for promoting school-choice initiatives.
Vermont Gov. Phil Scott says he won't sign a bill that would legalize recreational marijuana in the state and is instead sending it back to the legislature with suggestions for another path forward.
Alabama inmate Tommy Arthur is scheduled to be executed by lethal injection Thursday.
President Donald Trump's advisers are drafting plans to sell some public assets, such as airports, to help pay for a $1 trillion overhaul of the nation's aging infrastructure.
HBO says it's scrapping a web-delivered venture that was in the works with Jon Stewart. In a statement Wednesday, the network said the short-form digital animated project had proved too technically difficult for a quick turnaround.
NATO is rolling out the red carpet, opening a massive new HQ and repackaging its image for President Donald Trump.
With a proposal to cut the nation's largest domestic food aid program by almost a third, President Donald Trump's budget builds on more than two decades of Republican efforts to cut food stamps.
The typical CEO at the biggest U.S. companies made $11.5 million last year, according to a study by executive data firm Equilar for The Associated Press.
Survivors of the suicide bombing that killed 22 people at a Manchester concert hall say security screening ahead of the Ariana Grande show was haphazard, but it is not clear if rigorous bag screening would have helped prevent the deaths.
Dr. Margaret Chan has given her last address as director-general of the World Health Organization at its annual gathering of member states in Geneva.
Despite raising red flags at Los Angeles International Airport, a man cited by airport police and traveling to Hawaii with no luggage was allowed to board an American Airlines flight.
Fox says it has removed a story from its website where an investigator speculated about a murdered Democratic National Committee member's ties to leaks.
An explosion struck an Ariana Grande concert attended by thousands of young music fans in northern England, killing at least 19 people and injuring dozens in what police said Tuesday was being treated as a terrorist attack.
Survivors recount horror of suicide bombing at Ariana Grande concert.
The man who police say blew himself up in a packed concert arena in Manchester, killing 22, did not make a strong impression on his neighbors.
Authorities say 8-year-old Saffie Roussos was the youngest of the 22 victims identified so far in the bombing in Manchester at an Ariana Grande concert.
They are stylistic and strategic opposites, one a bombastic and ostentatious president, the other a modest and wily pontiff.
Health ministers, diplomats and other high-level envoys are set to choose the next director-general of the World Health Organization among three finalists.
The nation's intelligence director says he won't comment on a news report that President Donald Trump asked him to publicly deny any collusion between his campaign and Russia.
Top GOP leaders in Congress are praising President Donald Trump's budget plan for promising a balanced federal ledger over time.
President Donald Trump's 31 percent budget cut to the U.S. State Department and international assistance dramatically ramps down American support for programs that for decades have promoted U.S. values and the welfare of the neediest around the world.
A Southern California university has granted a surprise honorary degree to the mother of a quadriplegic student after she attended every class and took notes for him while he earned his MBA.
Former CIA Director John Brennan to testify publicly before Congress, could shed light on concerns about the security risk posed by Trump's first national security adviser.
Route 66, the historic American roadway that linked Chicago to the West Coast, may lose its place in a National Park Service preservation program.
President Trump showered his Middle Eastern hosts with praise and expressed great faith on a peace breakthrough _ leaving details for later.
Trump administration sending Congress $4.1 trillion spending plan featuring deep cuts in safety net programs.
Pop group Take That says it is canceling its show in Liverpool, saying it is "out of respect to all of the people and their families that were affected by the horrific incident last night" in Manchester..
Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte's spokesman says he has declared martial rule in the country's south for 60 days and will cut short a trip to Moscow and return home to deal with an attack by Muslim extremists allied with the Islamic State group.
Two of the five jurors picked so far for Bill Cosby's criminal trial say they know a victim of sexual assault.
AP FACT CHECK: Budget chief glosses over differences in Obama and Trump economies as he slams previous administration on growth forecasts.
Among 10 Things to Know: Apparent suicide bomber at Ariana Grande concert kills 22; Trump condemns 'evil losers' who carried out concert attack in England; Trump administration sending Congress $4.1 trillion budget.
The new UN disarmament chief says a team from the international chemical weapons watchdog found exposure "to sarin or a sarin-like substance" in samples from an April 4 attack in northern Syria that killed over 90 people.
A co-founder of Twitter says he's sorry if the popular social media platform helped put Donald Trump in the White House, as the president has suggested.
The Orlando Police Department has confirmed that Hall of Fame defensive tackle Cortez Kennedy has died.
Kevin Durant does not need to be told that Golden State should have a muted celebration after winning the Western Conference Finals.
President Donald Trump's first visit to Jerusalem as president is being overshadowed by reminders of tumult back home.
The 1876 constitution that founded the National League and the modern business of big league sports is going up for sale.
Roger Moore, the longest-serving movie star to play iconic British spy James Bond in the famed film series, has died in Switzerland after a brief bout with cancer.
The Trump Administration wants to slash funding for the Environmental Protection Agency by nearly one-third, laying off thousands of employees while imposing drastic cuts to clean air and water programs.
Two men in Indonesia's Aceh province have been publicly caned dozens of times for consensual gay sex, a punishment rights advocates denounced as "medieval torture" and escalates an anti-gay backlash.
Manchester police say an apparent suicide bomber set off an improvised explosive device at the end of an Ariana Grande concert.
The Trump administration and House Republicans are asking a federal appeals court for a 90-day extension in a case that's casting a shadow of uncertainty over health insurance for millions of consumers.
A night for which Ariana Grande fans had waited weeks ended in blood, terror and death Monday night as an explosion tore through the foyer of the Manchester Arena moments after Grande left the stage.
Ford replaces CEO, shakes up executives in new push to transform business.
Ex-President Park Geun-hye has arrived at a Seoul court for the beginning of her corruption trial.
Thai authorities say a bomb at a hospital in Bangkok has wounded more than 20 people.
Colton Sissons scored his third goal with 6:00 left, ensuring the Nashville Predators' magical postseason now includes the franchise's first trip to the Stanley Cup Final after eliminating the Anaheim Ducks with a 6-3 win.
Huge cuts to food stamps part of Trump budget proposal targeting benefit programs.
In what Pyongyang says is its answer to President Donald Trump's policies, North Korea claims it's ready to deploy and start mass producing a new midrange missile.
Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro is accusing protesters of setting fire to a government supporter, saying what he calls "Nazi-fascist" elements are taking root inside the opposition's ranks and contributing to a dangerous spiral of violence.
Stephen Curry scored 36 points and the Golden State Warriors closed out the Western Conference Final against the injury-ravaged San Antonio Spurs with a 129-115 victory, becoming the first team in league history to start the playoffs 12-0.
APNewsBreak: Former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn will invoke his Fifth Amendment protection against self-incrimination on Monday as he notifies the Senate Intelligence committee that he will not comply with a subpoena seeking documents.
Members of key congressional committees are pledging a full public airing as to why former FBI director James Comey was ousted amid an intensifying investigation into Russia's interference with the U.S. election.
Manchester police say the man who set off an improvised explosive device at an Ariana Grande concert in northern England died in the attack.
The Latest: British Prime Minister Theresa May says government working to learn full details of the blast that killed 19 people at Ariana Grande concert in Manchester.
Iran's re-elected President Rouhani describes relations with US as 'a curvy road'.
Police says there are "a number of fatalities" after reports of an explosion at an Ariana Grande concert in northern England.
The French AIDS drama "120 Beats Per Minute" has debuted at the Cannes Film Festival and has quickly joined the shortlist of favorites for the festival's coveted Palme d'Or prize.
Lawyers in Bill Cosby's sex assault case this week hope to find a dozen jurors and six alternates willing to be sequestered nearly 300 miles from home.
Bill Cosby has arrived at the Pittsburgh courthouse where jury selection in his sex assault case is getting underway.
President Donald Trump is set to visit Israel on a two-day trip, his agenda marked by elusive pursuit of peace between Israelis and Palestinians.
Among 10 Things to Know: Trump opens first visit to Israel as president; Key lawmakers vow full airing of reasons behind Comey firing; North Korea says ready to deploy, mass-produce new missile.
A Mississippi lawmaker has apologized for saying Louisiana leaders should be lynched for removing Confederate monuments.
The Latest: Police say 19 dead and roughly 50 people injured after blast at Ariana Grande concert in England.
The 27 European Union nations negotiating Britain's exit from the bloc have set a tough mandate for their chief negotiator during the opening part of the two-year proceedings.
A man told police he killed his two roommates because they were neo-Nazis who disrespected his recent conversion to Islam, and investigators found enough materials to make a bomb and Nazi propaganda after he led them to the bodies.
President Donald Trump's flight from Riyadh to Tel Aviv on Monday may make history as the first direct flight between Saudi Arabia and Israel.
The Supreme Court has struck down two congressional districts in North Carolina because race played too large a role in their creation.
Trump is welcomed on the tarmac in Tel Aviv by Israeli ministers, who introduce politics and characteristic bluntness shortly after he arrives.
'Sgt. Pepper' was only the beginning: 50 years after the Beatles' psychedelic landmark and other astonishments of 1967, much of the music we listen to remains shaped by that year.
LeBron James had one of the worst games of his playoff career on Sunday night and got into an exchange with a fan afterward.
Turkey has summoned the U.S. ambassador in Ankara to protest what it called the "aggressive and unprofessional actions" by U.S. security personnel against Turkish bodyguards in Washington during President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's visit last week.
Nicole Kidman on Monday said having four films at the Cannes Film Festival was an unexpected confluence, but that it was the result of her intention to "stay bold and open" to challenging material.
Despite backlash, organizers of New York City's Puerto Rican parade are sticking with their decision to honor a freed militant who once embraced armed resistant to U.S. ruled of Puerto Rico.
Texas lawmakers have revived a version of a transgender "bathroom bill" like one in North Carolina that sparked a national backlash, but the Texas law would apply only to public schools and not all bathrooms.
Trump praises Saudi kingdom while making little if any mention of human rights failings.
Drake will walk into the 2017 Billboard Music Awards already a winner: He earned 10 early awards Sunday morning, while he has 12 more nominations.