Foundation to convene 3rd annual summit on anti-Asian hate, building AAPI coalitions
Foundation to convene 3rd annual summit on anti-Asian hate, building AAPI coalitions

The Asian American Foundation will hold a Heritage Month Summit next month in New York City for AAPI Heritage Month.

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Trump's $175 million bond in New York civil fraud judgment case is settled with cash promise
Trump's $175 million bond in New York civil fraud judgment case is settled with cash promise

New York state lawyers and an attorney for former President Donald Trump have settled their differences over a $175 million bond that Trump posted to block the collection of a large civil fraud judgment while he pursues appeals.

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PEN America calls off awards ceremony amid criticism over its response to Israel-Hamas war
PEN America calls off awards ceremony amid criticism over its response to Israel-Hamas war

Facing widespread unhappiness over its response to the Israel-Hamas war, the writers’ group PEN America has called off its annual awards ceremony.

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Trump's lawyer tells jurors that the former president is innocent of the charges brought against him in hush money case
Trump's lawyer tells jurors that the former president is innocent of the charges brought against him in hush money case

Trump's lawyer tells jurors that the former president is innocent of the charges brought against him in hush money case.

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Prosecutors say in opening statement that Trump 'orchestrated a criminal scheme to corrupt' 2016 presidential election
Prosecutors say in opening statement that Trump 'orchestrated a criminal scheme to corrupt' 2016 presidential election

Prosecutors say in opening statement that Trump 'orchestrated a criminal scheme to corrupt' 2016 presidential election.

5 hrs 39 mins ago
Columbia cancels classes and police arrest Yale protesters as tensions over Middle East war grow
Columbia cancels classes and police arrest Yale protesters as tensions over Middle East war grow

Columbia University has canceled in-person classes and police have arrested dozens of students at Yale University as tensions on college campuses across the country continues to grow over the war in the Middle East.

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The Latest | Trump set to return to court for opening statements in his historic hush money trial
The Latest | Trump set to return to court for opening statements in his historic hush money trial

Opening statements in Donald Trump’s historic hush money trial are set to begin.

9 hrs 49 mins ago
Prosecutors to make history with opening statements in hush money case against Trump
Prosecutors to make history with opening statements in hush money case against Trump

For the first time in history, prosecutors are presenting a criminal case against a former American president to a jury as they accuse Donald Trump of a hush money scheme aimed at preventing damaging stories about his personal life from being public.

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Yoko Ono to receive Edward MacDowell Medal for lifetime achievement
Yoko Ono to receive Edward MacDowell Medal for lifetime achievement

One of the country’s leading artist residency programs, MacDowell, has awarded a lifetime achievement prize to Yoko Ono.

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'Great bravery and resolve.' Reaction to the death of Terry Anderson, AP reporter held hostage
'Great bravery and resolve.' Reaction to the death of Terry Anderson, AP reporter held hostage

A courageous correspondent who reported from the world’s trouble spots.

20 hrs 19 mins ago
Terry Anderson, AP reporter held captive for years, has died
Terry Anderson, AP reporter held captive for years, has died

Terry Anderson, the globe-trotting Associated Press correspondent who became one of America’s longest-held hostages, has died.

22 hrs 59 mins ago
Key players: Who's who at Donald Trump’s hush money criminal trial
Key players: Who's who at Donald Trump’s hush money criminal trial

Donald Trump’s hush money criminal trial shifts to opening statements Monday, followed by the start of witness testimony.

April 20th, 11:36 PM EDT
3 hospitalized after knife attack on boat in New York City, along East River in Brooklyn
3 hospitalized after knife attack on boat in New York City, along East River in Brooklyn

Police in New York City say a knife attack on a boat at a pier in Brooklyn has resulted in the hospitalization of three people.

April 20th, 8:06 PM EDT
New York lawmakers pass $237 billion budget addressing housing construction and migrants
New York lawmakers pass $237 billion budget addressing housing construction and migrants

New York lawmakers have approved a $237 billion state budget that includes plans to spur housing construction, combat unlicensed marijuana stores and address the migrant crisis.

April 20th, 4:46 PM EDT
Longtime AP journalist, newspaper publisher John Brewer dies at age 76
Longtime AP journalist, newspaper publisher John Brewer dies at age 76

Longtime publisher and Associated Press journalist John Brewer has died.

April 20th, 12:46 PM EDT
Lawsuits under New York's new voting rights law reveal racial disenfranchisement even in blue states
Lawsuits under New York's new voting rights law reveal racial disenfranchisement even in blue states

A new voting rights law in New York is already having a dramatic effect, with lawsuits in several local communities seeking to reverse decades of minority voter disenfranchisement.

April 20th, 1:36 AM EDT
The drug war devastated Black and other minority communities. Is marijuana legalization helping?
The drug war devastated Black and other minority communities. Is marijuana legalization helping?

A major argument for legalizing the adult use of cannabis after 75 years of prohibition was to stop the harm caused by disproportionate enforcement of drug laws in Black, Latino and other minority communities.

April 20th, 12:36 AM EDT
Trump forced to listen silently to people insulting him as he trades a cocoon of adulation for court
Trump forced to listen silently to people insulting him as he trades a cocoon of adulation for court

Over the past week, Donald Trump has been forced to sit inside a frigid New York courtroom and listen to a parade of potential jurors in his criminal hush money trial share their unvarnished assessments of him.

April 20th, 12:16 AM EDT
A Nigerian chess champion plays the royal game for 58 hours — a new global chess record
A Nigerian chess champion plays the royal game for 58 hours — a new global chess record

A Nigerian chess champion and child education advocate has played chess nonstop for 58 hours.

April 19th, 10:55 PM EDT
USC cancels graduation keynote by filmmaker amid controversy over decision to drop student's speech
USC cancels graduation keynote by filmmaker amid controversy over decision to drop student's speech

The University of Southern California is further shaking up its commencement plans.

April 19th, 10:45 PM EDT
Live video of man who set himself on fire outside court proves challenging for news organizations
Live video of man who set himself on fire outside court proves challenging for news organizations

A man who set himself on fire outside the Manhattan courtroom where Donald Trump was on trial tested news organizations on how quickly they could respond to an incident and what to show viewers.

April 19th, 7:25 PM EDT
Jonathan Tetelman recalls his journey from a nightclub DJ to an international opera star
Jonathan Tetelman recalls his journey from a nightclub DJ to an international opera star

Jonathan Tetelman transformed from nightclub DJ to international opera star.

April 19th, 5:45 PM EDT
Worker electrocuted while doing maintenance on utility pole in upstate New York
Worker electrocuted while doing maintenance on utility pole in upstate New York

Police say a man working on a utility pole was electrocuted when low-hanging wires made contact with the basket of his truck.

April 19th, 5:15 PM EDT
Police to review security outside courthouse hosting Trump's trial after man sets himself on fire
Police to review security outside courthouse hosting Trump's trial after man sets himself on fire

Police officials say they are reviewing whether to restrict access to a public park outside the courthouse where former President Donald Trump is on trial after a man set himself on fire there.

April 19th, 4:35 PM EDT
Appeals court refuses to halt Trump's hush money trial over defense complaints about jury selection
Appeals court refuses to halt Trump's hush money trial over defense complaints about jury selection

Appeals court refuses to halt Trump's hush money trial over defense complaints about jury selection.

April 19th, 4:35 PM EDT
Buffalo Bills owner Terry Pegula explores selling non-controlling, minority stake in franchise
Buffalo Bills owner Terry Pegula explores selling non-controlling, minority stake in franchise

Buffalo Bills owners Terry and Kim Pegula are exploring the possibility of selling a non-controlling, minority interest in the franchise, the team announced.

April 19th, 4:25 PM EDT
Owner of Bob Baffert-trained Arkansas Derby winner Muth appeals denial to run in the Kentucky Derby
Owner of Bob Baffert-trained Arkansas Derby winner Muth appeals denial to run in the Kentucky Derby

Zedan Racing Stables has appealed a Kentucky Circuit Court ruling that denied its request for a temporary injunction seeking to allow Bob Baffert-trained Arkansas Derby winner Muth to race in next month’s 150th Kentucky Derby at Churchill Downs.

April 19th, 4:05 PM EDT
New York closing in on $237B state budget with plans on housing, migrants, bootleg pot shops
New York closing in on $237B state budget with plans on housing, migrants, bootleg pot shops

New York state lawmakers are on the verge of passing a $237 billion budget that includes sweeping plans to build housing, shutter unlicensed cannabis storefronts and help manage the city’s migrant crisis.

April 19th, 1:35 PM EDT
Full jury of 12 people and 6 alternates is seated in former President Donald Trump's hush money trial in New York
Full jury of 12 people and 6 alternates is seated in former President Donald Trump's hush money trial in New York

Full jury of 12 people and 6 alternates is seated in former President Donald Trump's hush money trial in New York.

April 19th, 1:35 PM EDT
Has Salman Rushdie changed after his stabbing? Well, he feels about 25, the author tells AP
Has Salman Rushdie changed after his stabbing? Well, he feels about 25, the author tells AP

Nearly two years after the shocking knife attack that nearly killed him, Salman Rushdie appears both changed and very much the same.

April 19th, 12:25 PM EDT