Here are the top stories from the Associated Press for Tuesday, July 17.
Trump’s extraordinary performance alongside his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin fuels criticism of his presidency from both right and left.
While the U.S. leader went home to widespread criticism after their Finnish summit, the Russian president came home to universal praise.
Washington is open to holding direct talks with the Taliban to encourage negotiations between the militant group and the Afghan government to end 17 years of war.
Mexicans crowd outside the offices of President-elect Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador daily in hopes he can help with pensions, clemency for a jailed loved one or even offer a job.
The monsoon season is bringing fresh dangers to the brutalized Muslim minority who live in ramshackle huts in refugee camps in Bangladesh.
The Cape Cod town of Orleans plans a commemoration 100 years after being shelled by a German submarine during World War I.
Sightseeing outfits will follow the Coast Guard’s revised policy and stay farther away after an explosion caused molten rock to penetrate the roof of a vessel, injuring dozens.
A state corrections counselor taken hostage during a deadly riot last year at Delaware’s maximum-security prison tells AP inmates need better conditions, counseling and programs.
Fashion companies upend their design process with sharper technology like 3-D rendering to get trendy items to shoppers much faster.
Nationals slugger Bryce Harper thrills Washington fans, dramatically edging the Cubs’ Kyle Schwarber to win the All-Star Home Run Derby.
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