A shooting at a strip club early Saturday morning in Tampa, Florida, left one person dead, seven injured and police searching for answers. (Feb. 6)
Members of winning snow sculpting championship team compete against each other in Wisconsin and explain some of their art. (Feb. 5.)
Here's the latest on Friday, February 5th: Clinton, Sanders clash in NH; Olympic organizers say Zika won't threaten games; Two NYPD officers shot; Flint residents told to filter water.
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange said on Friday that Sweden and Britain cannot appeal a UN panel finding that his detention is arbitrary. (Feb. 5)
One person died and two others were seriously injured when a crane collapsed in Lower Manhattan, smashing the roofs of parked cars as it crashed onto the street, authorities said. (Feb. 5)
Mayor Bill de Blasio says there have been gas leaks as the result of the deadly crane collapse in Lower Manhattan. The collapse left one person dead and three injured. (Feb. 5)
A witness to a massive crane collapse in New York City says he was terrified when he heard the massive structure crash onto a Lower Manhattan street Friday morning. (Feb. 5)
CDC Director Dr. Tom Frieden answers questions about the Zika virus and new guidelines issued by the health agency on Friday. (Feb. 5)
Here is the latest news for Friday, Feb. 5th: A UN panel recommends Julian Assange be released; The CDC announces guidelines for the Zika virus; A crane collapse kills one in New York; A Sea Lion wanders into a San Diego restaurant.
Preparing for a fight against the mosquito-born virus Zika, concerned residents in Florida hire exterminators and get educated. (Feb. 5)
Here's the latest for Thursday February 4th: Health officials recommend more mosquito control to fight Zika in Latin America; Sanders, Clinton to debate Thursday; Syria donors conference underway; Cosby case to go forward.
Former Turing pharmaceutical chief Martin Shkreli refused to testify Thursday in an appearance before U.S. lawmakers who excoriated him over severe hikes for a drug sold by a company that he acquired. (Feb. 4)
After refusing to testify on Thursday in an appearance before US lawmakers, former pharmaceutical CEO Martin Shkreli was dismissed less than an hour into his hearing. (Feb. 4)
With Brazilian officials confirming two people contracted Zika virus through blood transfusions, there is concern more cases could appear. Experts say there are ways to pre-screen blood donors to "cut down significantly on the risk." (Feb. 4)
Here are AP's top stories for Thursday, Feb. 4th; Drug industry CEO Shkreli pleads the Fifth on Capitol Hill; Fla. governor declares health emergency; Greek protests turn violent; NBA champs honored at White House.
Two New York police officers were shot and wounded while patrolling a housing project in the city's Bronx borough on Thursday night. Officials say the injuries are not life-threatening. The gunman apparently killed himself. (Feb. 5)
A caller who phoned in a bomb threat to a Wisconsin county sheriff's office apparently referred to the "Making a Murderer" documentary, authorities said Wednesday. Police say no explosives were found. (Feb. 4)
Tornadoes and violent storms damaged homes and buildings and knocked out power in areas of Alabama and Mississippi. To the north, several Plains states are dealing with a foot or more of snow. (Feb. 3)
Here's the latest for Wednesday, February 3rd: Violent tornadoes in Alabama, Mississippi; Huge snowstorm hits Plains states; Bill Cosby going back to court; Case of Zika virus transmitted by unprotected sex.
The chairman of a House panel pummeled two key figures in the Flint water crisis, including Flint's former emergency manager, saying subpoenas are being issued requiring both officials to appear before committee to give sworn testimony. (Feb. 3)
Michigan should have required Flint to treat its water for corrosion-causing elements after high lead levels were first detected, the state's top environmental regulator told lawmakers at DC's first congressional hearing on the crisis. (Feb. 3)
Here are the top stories for Wednesday, February 3rd: Rand Paul drops out; NY inmate sentenced to more prison time; Martin Shkreli to plead fifth; Hamlet staged for migrants.
Health ministers representing 15 countries from Latin America and the Caribbean gathered in the Uruguayan capital, Montevideo on Wednesday to discuss a common policy to combat the regional expansion of the Zika virus. (Feb. 3)
Speaking after a congressional hearing into the Flint water crisis, members of Congress held a news conference pointing blame at the Michigan government and urging immediate action to fix the disaster - and fast. (Feb. 3)
A defense lawyer's failure to call an alibi witness was a key point of contention as a convicted murderer returned to court Wednesday to argue he deserves a new trial in a case that gained fresh notoriety through the podcast "Serial." (Feb. 3)
Republican presidential candidate Chris Christie told voters in New Hampshire on Wednesday that Hillary Clinton will beat Bernie Sanders for the Democratic nomination, despite strong New Hampshire poll numbers in the Vermont Senator's favor. (Feb. 3)
The Associated Press gets a look inside the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, which is monitoring the spread of the Zika virus from their Emergency Operations Center. (Feb. 3)
Less than a week before New Hampshire voters get to cast their ballots in the nation's first presidential primary, Republican and Democratic hopefuls alike converged on the Granite State trying to keep their campaigns afloat. (Feb. 3)
Here are the top stories for Tuesday, Feb. 2nd: Republican candidates turn from Iowa to New Hampshire; Hillary Clinton officially wins Iowa; Authorities say abducted Virginia teen was stabbed to death; Severe storm hitting U.S. heartland.
Scientists have mapped the genome of the bedbug and discovered a big genetic diversity among the bloodsucking creatures depending on where they live in the city. (Feb. 2)