By KEVIN FREKING Associated Press WASHINGTON (AP) — Rep. George Santos of New York will confront a third effort to expel him from the House on Friday, sensing the vote is likely to be his last and intent on not going away quietly. The first-term Republican could well become just the sixth member of the
By Eric Bradner, CNN (CNN) — As California Gov. Gavin Newsom and Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis opened a debate Thursday night on Fox News, Newsom told DeSantis the two had one thing in common. “Neither of us will be the nominee for our party in 2024,” he said. The highly unusual debate — one moderated
By JEFF McMILLAN Associated Press Male survivors of sexual abuse and assault have long felt muzzled, but that might be starting to change as more victims emboldened by the MeToo movement come forward. Renowned opera singer David Daniels and his husband recently pleaded guilty to sexually assaulting a singer who pressed the case for years.
For the first time Friday night, Boise State fans in East Idaho won't have to travel to the other side of the state to see their Broncos, as Boise State faces Saint Mary's at the Mountain America Center in Idaho Falls.
By JEFF McMILLAN Associated Press When Sam Schultz was sexually assaulted, it felt like a part of them died. It took eight years and the burgeoning #MeToo movement to spur them to go public and make a police report, and an additional five years for their attackers to plead guilty. Now, as much as Schultz
The Associated Press DOHA, Qatar (AP) — A temporary truce in the Israel-Hamas war expired Friday morning, without immediate word from mediator Qatar on an extension, raising the possibility of renewed fighting. The truce expired at 7 a.m (0500 GMT) Friday. The halt in fighting began a week ago, on Nov. 24. It initially lasted
By JUAN A. LOZANO Associated Press HOUSTON (AP) — More Americans now believe the death penalty, which is undergoing a yearslong decline of use and support, is being administered unfairly, a finding that is adding to its growing isolation in the U.S., according to an annual report on capital punishment. But whether the public’s waning
By Lianne Kolirin, CNN (CNN) — As a medical social worker at Israel’s Kaplan Hospital, Prof. Shir Daphna-Tekoah is no stranger to trauma. But when she was drafted in to work on October 7, the day Hamas attacked Israeli farms, villages and a music festival, the scale of the disaster quickly became apparent. “I’ve seen dozens
By JAMES JORDAN, SAMYA KULLAB and ILLIA NOVIKOV Associated Press KHARKIV, Ukraine (AP) — Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy said in an interview with The Associated Press that winter will complicate fighting. Despite a summer counteroffensive that did not produce the results many had hoped for, he said that “we are not backing down.” Zelenskyy also
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By JAMES JORDAN, SAMYA KULLAB and ILLIA NOVIKOV Associated Press KHARKIV, Ukraine (AP) — Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy says the war with Russia is in a new stage, with winter expected to complicate fighting after a summer counteroffensive that failed to produce desired results due to enduring shortages of weapons and ground forces. Despite the
By CATERINA MORBIATO Associated Press MEXICO CITY (AP) — Thousands of detainees swept up in El Salvador’s gang crackdown over the past 1 1/2 years have been released from pre-trial detention. Two of them who spoke to The Associated Press on condition that they not be identified with their family names say they suffered and