Here is the latest news from the Associated Press for Friday, December 13.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s Conservative Party wins a decisive majority of seats in Britain’s Parliament — an outcome that should pave the way for Brexit to become a reality.
House Judiciary Chairman Jerrold Nadler abruptly postpones a historic vote on articles of impeachment against President Trump, drawing gasps and incredulity from Republicans.
Mass abuse of the drug tramadol spans continents, from India to Africa to the Middle East, prompting some countries to ask international authorities to intervene.
Grieving families sing traditional Maori songs as New Zealand military specialists go to White Island to recover six bodies of the 16 people who died in an eruption.
Elizabeth Warren and Pete Buttigieg are locked in an increasingly acrimonious feud that threatens to change the tone of the Democratic primary.
Veterans will mix with royalty and dignitaries in Belgium and Luxembourg to commemorate the 75th anniversary of perhaps the greatest battle in U.S. military history.
Lawmakers in both parties say they want changes in the government’s surveillance powers after abuses were disclosed in a watchdog’s report on the FBI’s Russia investigation.
With Christmas less than two weeks away, inventory is tight for real Christmas trees across the U.S., especially for procrastinators looking for a certain type of tree.
The actress says she does not believe the real-life journalist she plays in the new film “Richard Jewel” “traded sex for tips” despite that insinuation in the movie.
Lamar Jackson further makes his case for NFL MVP after throwing five touchdown passes and Baltimore clinches the AFC North by beating the New York Jets 42-21.
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