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A police car sits in front of Covington Catholic High School in Park Hills, Ky., Saturday, Jan 19, 2019. A diocese in Kentucky apologized Saturday after videos emerged showing students from the Catholic boys' high school mocking Native Americans outside the Lincoln Memorial on Friday after a rally in Washington. (AP Photo/Bryan Woolston)
Students in 'MAGA' hats mock Native American after rallyA diocese in Kentucky has apologized after videos emerged showing students from an all-male Catholic high school mocking Native Americans after a rally in Washington
The Associated Press22 minutes ago
Motor graders plow Rosser Avenue as snow falls, Friday, Jan. 18, 2019, in Bismarck, N.D. (Tom Stromme/The Bismarck Tribune via AP)
Storm that carpeted Midwest with snow barrels to New EnglandA major winter storm that blanketed most of the Midwest with snow earlier in the weekend is barreling toward New England
The Associated Press54 minutes ago
Sociologist and intellectual, Nathan Glazer, dead at 95Sociologist Nathan Glazer, who assisted on a classic study of conformity, 'The Lonely Crowd,' and co-authored a groundbreaking document of non-conformity, 'Beyond the Melting Pot,' has died
The Associated Press1 hour ago
A group hold up signs at freedom plaza during the women's march in Washington on Saturday, Jan. 19, 2019. (AP Photo/Jose Luis Magana)
A scaled-down, but still angry, Women's March returnsAmid internal controversies and a capital city distracted by the government shutdown, the third annual Women's March returned to Washington
The Associated Press1 hour ago
President Donald Trump speaks accompanied by Vice President Mike Pence, during a naturalization ceremony in the Oval Office of the White House, in Washington, Saturday, Jan. 19, 2019. (AP Photo/Alex Brandon)
Trump celebrates new citizens in Oval Office ceremonyTrump has used music and pageantry to welcome "the five newest members of our great American family" during a naturalization ceremony in the Oval Office
The Associated Press5 hours ago
FILE - In this Nov. 30, 2018, file photo, workers inspect an off-ramp that collapsed during a morning earthquake in Anchorage, Alaska. Seven weeks after the massive earthquake struck Alaska, the seemingly endless aftershocks are keeping many residents filled with anxiety.  (AP Photo/Mike Dinneen, File)
Anxiety in Alaska as endless aftershocks rattle residentsSeven weeks after a massive earthquake struck Alaska, the seemingly endless aftershocks are keeping many residents filled with anxiety
The Associated Press7 hours ago
New York City gives letter grades for food cart cleanlinessNew York City's iconic food carts are starting to get health department letter grades, giving on-the-go workers and tourists alike a quick reference for cleanliness and safety
The Associated Press11 hours ago
Cans of spring seasonal Alpha Hive Double IPA are ready to be filled with beer at COOP Ale Works in Oklahoma City, Friday, Jan. 18, 2019. COOP Ale Works, which distributes in six states including Oklahoma and Kansas, has discontinued two of its three 3.2 percent brews. (AP Photo/Sue Ogrocki)
More lenient state laws could chill low-alcohol beer marketBeer snobs in states where grocers could offer only low-alcohol brands are raising their mugs to stronger brews thanks to updated laws that could indirectly chill the industry in two others where such regulations remain
The Associated Press13 hours ago
FILE - In this June 25, 2014 file photo, a group of immigrants from Honduras and El Salvador, who crossed the U.S.-Mexico border illegally, are stopped in Granjeno, Texas. During the longest-ever government shutdown, the federal judiciary has remained open, allowing the wheels of justice to keep turning in most criminal cases. In November, after a federal judge in California blocked the Trump administration from enforcing a ban on asylum for immigrants who illegally cross the southern border, government attorneys hurriedly asked a federal appeals court, then the U.S. Supreme Court, to suspend the order, terming illegal border crossings an "ongoing and increasing crisis." Both courts denied the government's request. (AP Photo/Eric Gay)
Shutdown leads to delays in lawsuits against governmentDespite the government shutdown, federal courts around the country have remained open and allowed the wheels of justice to keep turning in criminal cases
The Associated Press13 hours ago
Women's March returns to DC amid shutdown and controversyDespite multiple hurdles, the third annual Women's March is returning to Washington
The Associated Press22 hours ago
Women's March returns to DC amid shutdown and controversyDespite government shutdowns, inclement weather and ideological schisms, the third annual Women's March is returning to Washington
The Associated Press22 hours ago
Hossein Hashemi, son of Marizeh Hashemi, an American-born anchor for Iran's state television, leaves federal court in Washington, Friday, Jan. 18, 2019. According to partially unsealed federal court documents, Hashemi, who has been jailed in the U.S., has not been accused of any crime. She has been detained as a material witness, though it's unclear for which case. (AP Photo/Manuel Balce Ceneta)
Feds confirm jailed Iranian TV anchor not charged with crimeFederal officials are confirming that a prominent American-born anchorwoman on Iranian state television was jailed in the U.S. as a material witness and has not been charged with any crime
The Associated Press23 hours ago
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