Alex Arger

Recent Work
James Corden appears on the set of "The Late Late Show."
CBS / APEntertainment

James Corden bids farewell to 'The Late Late Show'

Two versions of Flounder in 'The Little Mermaid'

Live-action 'Little Mermaid' character updates have fans floundering

Lori Vallow Daybell appears in court in 2020.
The Garden Island / APU.S.

Lori Vallow Daybell trial: Experts depict how her two kids were killed

A wreath decorated with a portrait of entertainer Harry Belafonte is shown.

Exclusive: Author remembers artist, activist, friend Harry Belafonte

People attend a protest near Capitol Hill.
APScience and Health

Gun violence is affecting 88% of Americans' mental health, study finds

The Hong Kong town of Tai O has most of its houses on stilts above the rising sea level.
NewsyScience and Health

Hong Kong Village Tries to Stay Afloat Amid Rising Sea Levels

A firefighter lights a line of flames in the forest.
NewsyScience and Health

Experts Are Preparing Forests For Wildfires With Purposeful Blazes

An artist sketch depicts Solicitor General Elizabeth Prelogar presenting an argument before the Supreme Court.
Dana Verkouteren / APPolitics

Supreme Court Questions Controversial Texas Abortion Law

A vigil honored cinematographer Halyna Hutchins, who was fatally shot on set of "Rust."
Andres Leighton / APEntertainment

Alec Baldwin Speaks Out For First Time After Fatal Shooting On Set

People burn tires during a protest a day after the military seized power Khartoum, Sudan.
Marwan Ali / APWorld

Sudan Arrests 3 Coup Critics As Pressure Mounts On Military

Delta Airlines is working with the TSA to put facial recognition software into its terminals.
Delta AirlinesU.S.

Delta Airlines Rolling Out Facial Recognition In Atlanta Airport

Senator Richard Blumenthal speaks during hearing on children's online safety and mental health.
Tom Brenner / APPolitics

Senate Subcommittee Focuses On Impact Of Social Media On Children

A helicopter drops water on the Windy Fire burning in the Trail of 100 Giants grove of Sequoia National Forest.
Noah Berger / APScience and Health

Experts Are Studying Past Wildfires To Aid Future Forest Survival

A Norwegian cruise ship
Wilfredo Lee / APScience and Health

CDC Extends Cruise Line Health Rules Until Mid-January

A gas station worker leans against a pump that has been turned off in Tehran, Iran.
Vahid Salemi / APWorld

Cyberattack Closes Gas Stations Across Iran

Former President Donald Trump waves to supporters after speaking at a rally in Wellington, Ohio.

In Return To Rally Stage, Trump Claims 'Fight Has Just Begun'


Chauvin Sentencing: Appropriate or Too Light?

People use the "Excelsior Pass" app, which shows digital proof of vaccination or a negative COVID-19 test.
APScience and Health

States, Businesses Grapple Over Requiring Proof Of Vaccination

Workers stand next to a crushed car and yellow tarp under a section of a collapsed pedestrian bridge.

'Major Structural Damage' Reported At Florida Building Before Collapse

Then Vice President shakes hands with Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin in 2011.

President Biden And Putin Agree: Relations At 'Low Point'

Israel's designated new prime minister Naftali Bennett sends greetings during a Knesset session in Jerusalem June 13, 2021.

Israel Rings in New Government, Ending 12-Year Netanyahu Rule

A disabled woman gets a dose of India's version of the AstraZeneca vaccine.
APScience and Health

U.S. Vaccination Rate Slows As Officials Warn Of New Virus Variant

Austin Police Chief Chacon provides an update on overnight shootings in Austin, Texas, early Saturday, June 12, 2021.

Shooting in Austin Leaves 13 Injured, No Suspect Identified

Administration members in Oval Office

Clock Is Ticking On President Biden's Infrastructure Bill

British Normandy Memorial inauguration in France

France Commemorates 77th Anniversary Of D-Day

Dr. Fauci is the subject of new attacks from the political right because of newly released emails that discuss the virus.

Republicans Attack Dr. Fauci On Emails, Claim He Misled Americans

A medical worker collects a nasal swab sample from a woman in Indonesia.
APScience and Health

Newly Rising COVID-19 Cases Cause Concerns In Parts of the World

Trump supporters participate in a rally in Washington on January 6.

Insurrection: What Comes Next After Senate Blocked Commission?

Students work on assignments during an open house in Indiana.

Three States Ban Critical Race Theory Education In GOP Push

Travelers walk to the baggage claim at Miami International Airport on Memorial Day weekend.
APScience and Health

U.S. Sees Holiday Weekend Travel Rebound, Fewer Mask Mandates