Here are the top 10 stories from the Associated Press for Friday, March 23.
National Security Adviser H.R. McMaster departure spotlights mercurial decision-making when it comes to staffing the top ranks of government.
Congress gave final approval Friday to a giant $1.3 trillion spending bill that ends the budget battles for now.
China announces a $3 billion list of U.S. goods like pork and apples for possible retaliation in dispute over Trump’s duties hike on steel and aluminum imports.
The students from Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School have spearheaded what could become one of the largest marches in history with nearly 1 million people expected Saturday in Washington and more than 800 sister marches from California to Japan.
There were many wrong leads in the three-week search that eventually led to Mark Anthony Conditt, an unemployed community college dropout who blew himself up as officers closed in.
Facebook is facing the most serious crisis in its 14-year history due to a major leak of user data to political consultants associated with the 2016 Trump campaign.
Protesters are decrying this week’s fatal shooting of an unarmed black man – they marched from Sacramento City Hall and onto a nearby freeway, disrupting rush hour traffic.
More than 150 whales have become stranded in Hamelin Bay in western Australia, and only 15 of them were still alive on Friday.
It feels like a golden age for documentaries, which are increasingly available across the TV and film spectrum.
The marquee matchup comes in the East Region Friday in Boston, where Villanova, one of two No. 1 seeds remaining, faces West Virginia.
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