Benjamin Netanyahu Fights For Job Amid Likely Ouster
Israel's longest-serving prime minister may soon lose his position amid corruption charges and a fractured conservative base.
A partnership of political rivals in Israel is about to oust prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu, a move that could further destabilize domestic politics, but will solidify his legacy on the international stage.
Israeli extremist group takes root in US with fundraising bid
An investigation by AP and the watchdog group Shomrim found that money raised through a U.S. nonprofit has gone to convicted Israeli extremists.By Avshalom Sassoni / Pool Photo via AP
Afghan women athletes barred from play, fear Taliban threats
Afghan female athletes say Taliban rulers have not just banned all sports for women and girls, they have actively harassed those who once played.By Ebrahim Noroozi / AP
Alabama Woman Who Joined IS Hopes To Return From Syria Camp
Hoda Muthana said she was brainwashed by online traffickers into joining the Islamic State in 2014 and regrets everything except her young son.By AP Photo / The News Movement
Where Gen Z gets its news: Social media
A 2022 poll shows network and cable TV news came in fifth and sixth place, with newspapers dead last.By Martin Meissner / AP
Federal funding helps Jackson, Mississippi address water crisis
A Jackson restaurant owner shares what the millions headed to the city could do to help businesses like his deal with aging infrastructure.By AP
Inside the chaotic system of New York's immigration services
Lack of information, guidance and a language barrier are just a few issues migrants face while waiting sometimes overnight in lines.By Scripps News