Three weeks after Britney Spears' comments in court condemning the conservatorship that has controlled her life for 13 years, a Los Angeles judge will convene for a hearing Wednesday to deal with the aftermath.
By Alan Fram, Lisa Mascaro, Associated Press
Senate Democrats announced late Tuesday that they'd reached a $3.5 trillion budget agreement, paving the way for their drive to pour federal resources into climate change, health care and family-service programs sought by President Joe Biden.
By Associated Press
The teenager who recorded the last moments of George Floyd's life in a video that helped launch a global protest movement against racial injustice said her uncle has died in a crash involving a Minneapolis police car.
By Andrew Dalton, Associated Press
Britney Spears' court-appointed attorney on Tuesday filed documents to resign from her conservatorship, the latest of several such moves that have come in the fallout from the pop singer's comments in court decrying the legal arrangement that controls her money…
By Karen Matthews, Associated Press
Eric Adams, the winner of the Democratic primary for mayor of New York City, vowed Wednesday to guide the city to a new era of safety and prosperity.
By Jill Colvin, Associated Press
Former President Donald Trump announced Wednesday he is filing suits against three of the country's biggest tech companies: Facebook, Twitter and Google, as well as their CEOs.
By Samy Magdy, Mohamed Salah, Associated Press
Egyptian authorities announced the release Wednesday of a hulking shipping vessel that had blocked the Suez Canal for nearly a week earlier this year.
By Nicole Winfield, Associated Press
Pope Francis' recovery from intestinal surgery continues to be "regular and satisfactory," the Vatican said Wednesday, as it revealed that final examinations showed he had suffered a "severe" narrowing of his colon.
By Terry Spencer, Adriana Gomez Licon, Associated Press
The search for victims of the collapse of a Miami-area high-rise condominium reached its 14th day on Wednesday, as workers uncovered 10 more bodies from the rubble and officials sounded more and more grim about the prospects of finding anyone…
By Curt Anderson, Associated Press
A weakened Tropical Storm Elsa dumped rain across Florida's Gulf Coast early Wednesday but appears to have spared the state significant damage and widespread power outages.
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