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Duck boat in deadly sinking raised in Mo.
July 23, 2018

Duck boat in deadly sinking raised in Mo.

The U.S. Coast Guard says the National Transportation Safety Board will take custody of a duck boat that capsized in severe weather in Missouri last week, killing 17 people. The boat was raised from Table Rock Lake Monday morning. (July 23)
WH: No tolerance for critical rhetoric from Iran
July 23, 2018

WH: No tolerance for critical rhetoric from Iran

The White House says President Donald Trump's threatening tweet shows he's not going to tolerate critical rhetoric from Iran, but claims the U.S. leader isn't escalating tensions between the two countries. (July 23)
Toronto ER handled multiple shooting victims
July 23, 2018

Toronto ER handled multiple shooting victims

A trauma specialist at St. Michael's hospital in Toronto said her hospital has five patients who are in serious or critical condition and said three of the five underwent immediate lifesaving operations. (July 23)
One dead after Nevada Mormon church shooting
July 23, 2018

One dead after Nevada Mormon church shooting

Authorities say one person is dead and another injured following a shooting at a Mormon church on Sunday in Nevada. Police say the suspect surrendered to officers. (July 23)
Apollo astronauts on moon-landing anniversary
July 23, 2018

Apollo astronauts on moon-landing anniversary

The Apollo Celebration Gala at the Kennedy Space Center kicked off a yearlong celebration of the upcoming 50-year anniversary of the first moon landing. Apollo astronauts reflect on their missions in interviews with The Associated Press. (July 23)
Toronto police: Gunman, woman dead, 13 wounded
July 23, 2018

Toronto police: Gunman, woman dead, 13 wounded

Police say a gunman and one victim are dead after a man shot 14 people in Toronto's Greektown neighborhood. Toronto police chief Mark Saunders says a young woman was killed in the shooting Sunday night. A young girl is in critical condition. (July 23)
Officer killed during police chase in Washington
July 22, 2018

Officer killed during police chase in Washington

Police in a Seattle suburb say an officer was fatally struck by another officer who was trying to stop a fleeing driver. (July 22)
Gala counts down to moon-landing anniversary
July 22, 2018

Gala counts down to moon-landing anniversary

The black-tie Apollo Celebration Gala at the Kennedy Space Center on Saturday kicked off a yearlong celebration of the 50-year anniversary of the first moon-landing with awards, an auction and a panel discussion with Apollo astronauts. (July 22)
Top stories for July 22nd
July 22, 2018

Top stories for July 22nd

Here's the latest for Sunday, July 22nd: 14 were killed in an Afghanistan explosion; A Washington state police officer was struck and killed by another officer; A gunman who got into a shootout in Los Angeles has been arrested; SpaceX launched a rocket.
Soviet-era classic cars drive through Moscow
July 21, 2018

Soviet-era classic cars drive through Moscow

A colourful parade of classic cars took place in Moscow on Saturday morning. The parade, which was followed by a rally through central Moscow, was in its fifth edition and as many as 133 crews driving classic Soviet-era cars participated. (July 21)
Today in history for July 21st
July 21, 2018

Today in history for July 21st

Highlights of this day in history: First major battle in America's Civil War fought at Bull Run in Virginia; Scopes 'Monkey Trial' concludes; Peace deal ends Indochina War; Author Ernest Hemingway and actor-comedian Robin Williams born. (July 21)
AP top stories for July 21
July 21, 2018

AP top stories for July 21

Here's the latest for Friday July 20th: President Trump responds to reported Cohen recording; Judge Kavanaugh responds to senate judiciary committee questionnaire; Hamas says it accepts ceasefire with Israel; A classic car parade in Moscow. (July 21)
Survivor of Iowa tornadoes talks about her ordeal
July 20, 2018

Survivor of Iowa tornadoes talks about her ordeal

Thousands of people were without power Friday after a flurry of unexpected tornadoes swept through central Iowa, injuring at least 17 people and flattening buildings in three cities. Resident Crystal Jensen talks about her experience. (July 20)
US tells Judge More immigrant families reunited
July 20, 2018

US tells Judge More immigrant families reunited

A federal judge in San Diego says Trump administration efforts to reunite immigrant children with their families is showing progress. The judge has set a July 26 deadline for the government to reunite more than two-thousand children. (July 20)
17 dead from Missouri duck boat accident
July 20, 2018

17 dead from Missouri duck boat accident

Divers found four more bodies Friday in a Missouri lake where a duck boat packed with tourists capsized and sank in high winds, bringing the death toll to 17 in the country-and-western town of Branson, authorities said. (July 20)