DUBAI, United Arab Emirates — An Iranian drone that flew over a U.S. aircraft carrier last month was the first to conduct an overflight of an American carrier since 2014, according to a U.S. Navy report obtained by The Associated Press on Wednesday.
LISBON, Portugal — Left-of-center parties in Portugal's Parliament have used their majority to overturn presidential vetoes on bills that granted adoption rights to same-sex couples and removed some abortion restrictions.
LANSING, Mich. — Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder on Wednesday proposed spending hundreds of millions more dollars to address Flint's water crisis and to update infrastructure, including lead water pipes, in the city and across the state.
MUSKEGON HEIGHTS, Mich. — Authorities say four people were shot and wounded outside of a western Michigan high school, including a man suspected of carrying out the attack who was shot by a sheriff's deputy.
MANCHESTER, N.H. — Now officially a winner after clinching New Hampshire, Donald Trump faced a fresh test for his once-improbable campaign as the Republican presidential race careened into more conservative territory in South Carolina.
NEW YORK -- The average American resident will die as much as two years younger than if they lived in Western Europe or Japan. This can be attributed, in part, to three of the darker elements of life in the U.S.: gun violence, drug overdoses and death on the road.
SAN FRANCISCO -- San Francisco nuns who serve the homeless are in danger of getting kicked out of their home after a 58.7 percent rent hike, another example of the struggle to meet soaring living costs in a booming economy.
WASHINGTON -- The final proposed budget of the Obama presidency seeks more taxes on the wealthy, a push to solve the riddle of cancer, a modest slowing of debt and deficits, more spending to defeat Islamic extremists and a renewed focus on cybersecurity.
SPRINGFIELD, Ill. -- The video posted on Facebook showed a 12-year-old on the ground while another boy tried to stomp him, with classmates standing by, circling the two and recording the fight on their phones.
BEIRUT — As government troops close in on Aleppo, some residents are preparing to flee Syria’s largest city while others are hoarding food in case of a long siege, even laying out bread on rooftops to dry it out for storage.