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AP Top Stories
November 16, 2019

AP Top Stories

Here's the latest for Saturday, Nov. 16: White House budget officer meets with impeachment investigators; Protesters shot in Bolivia by security forces; Five men charged in football game shooting; Dog study could help humans live longer lives.
Pompeo talks China, Mexico during Texas Q&A
November 15, 2019

Pompeo talks China, Mexico during Texas Q&A

U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo addressed China and Mexican realtions during a Q
Rising tidal waters continue to threaten Venice
November 15, 2019

Rising tidal waters continue to threaten Venice

Exceptionally high tidal waters have surged again through Venice. That prompted the mayor to close St. Mark's Square and call for more donations for repairs. (Nov. 15)
Man accused in acid attack to get competency exam
November 15, 2019

Man accused in acid attack to get competency exam

A 61-year-old man accused of throwing acid on a Latino man’s face will undergo a psychiatric evaluation to determine whether he can assitn in his criminal defense (Nov. 15)
Today in History for November 15th
November 14, 2019

Today in History for November 15th

Highlights of this day in history: Sherman begins 'March to the Sea' in American Civil War; Zebulon Pike spots namesake mountaintop; Anti-Vietnam War protesters gather in DC; Joey Buttafuoco gets jail time; Actor Sam Waterston born. (Nov. 15)
Chairman of Federal Reserve urges Congress to tackle budget deficits
November 14, 2019

Chairman of Federal Reserve urges Congress to tackle budget deficits

Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell is asking Congress to tackle the growing budget deficit. (Nov. 14)
Scientists seek pet dogs for research on aging
November 14, 2019

Scientists seek pet dogs for research on aging

Scientists are looking for 10,000 pets for the largest-ever study of aging in canines. They hope to shed light on human longevity too. (Nov. 14)
1 dead, 6 hospitalized in Florida multicar crash
November 14, 2019

1 dead, 6 hospitalized in Florida multicar crash

Authorities in Florida say one person has died and six more were hospitalized after a fiery 8-car crash shut down part of Interstate 75 near Tampa on Wednesday night. (Nov. 14)
AP Top Stories November 14
November 14, 2019

AP Top Stories November 14

Here's the latest for Thursday November 14th: Democrats, Republicans disagree about impeachment hearings; Israel and Islamic Jihad announce cease-fire; Protests in Hong Kong; Kentucky to double-check Governor's election result.
KY's Governor Bevin won't say if he'll concede
November 14, 2019

KY's Governor Bevin won't say if he'll concede

Kentucky Governor Matt Bevin says a statewide vote double-checking is unlikely to change election day results, which show him trailing Democrat Andy Beshear by more than 5,000 votes. However, he wouldn't say if he would concede. (Nov. 14)
Schiff, GOP tangle over witnesses, whistleblower
November 13, 2019

Schiff, GOP tangle over witnesses, whistleblower

At the start of Wednesday's historic House Intelligence Committee impeachment hearings, Republicans tangled with the committee's chairman, Rep. Adam Schiff, over witnesses the Republicans wanted testimony from, including the whistleblower. (Nov. 13)
Massachusetts firefighter dies battling house fire
November 13, 2019

Massachusetts firefighter dies battling house fire

A Massachusetts fire lieutenant died early Wednesday while investigating a report of a trapped baby inside a burning home. Lt. Jason Menard helped two members of his crew escape but he himself was unable to get out. (Nov. 13)
Fed Chair sees growth, signals pause in rate cuts
November 13, 2019

Fed Chair sees growth, signals pause in rate cuts

Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell expects the U.S. economy to continue growing at a solid pace. Powell also said the Fed is likely to keep its benchmark short-term interest rate unchanged in the coming months. (Nov. 13)
Fires lit up the night as Hong Kong clashes continue
November 13, 2019

Fires lit up the night as Hong Kong clashes continue

Police and anti-government protesters battled on multiple fronts overnight at the Chinese University of Hong Kong. Gasoline bombs and fires lit the night sky and the situation remained tense Wednesday morning. (Nov. 13)
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