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Longtime AP Alaska bureau chief Dean Fosdick dies at age 80

ANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP) — Dean Fosdick, the journalist with The Associated Press who filed the news alert informing the world of the Exxon Valdez grounding and who directed AP’s coverage of what was th...

UN raises $33M, far short of target to salvage Yemen tanker

CAIRO (AP) — A United Nations' pledging conference raised $33 million on Wednesday, far short of funds needed for a salvage operation of a decaying tanker full of oil moored off the coast of Yemen, a ...

Iran detains 2 Europeans; EU envoy in Tehran about nuke deal

TEHRAN, Iran (AP) — Shortly before the European Union envoy met Iran's nuclear negotiator in Tehran on Wednesday in a last-ditch attempt to salvage Iran's atomic deal with world powers, the country's ...

Marine Fin Stabilizer Market [RESEARCH STUDY] Size, Share, Report Examines Latest Trends and Key Drivers Supporting Growth 2021-2030

Global Marine Fin Stabilizer Market Size study, by Product Type (Retractable fin stabilizers, non-retractable fin stabilizers, Anchor or rest stabilizers) by Vessel Type (Passenger Vessels, Naval and ...

Havana hotel death toll at 30 as dogs search for survivors

HAVANA (AP) — Search crews with dogs on Sunday hunted through the ruins of a luxury hotel in Cuba’s capital for survivors of a devastating explosion while officials raised the number of known dead to ...

Desperate search for survivors in Cuba hotel blast; 26 dead

HAVANA (AP) — Relatives of the missing in Cuba’s capital desperately searched Saturday for victims of an explosion at one of Havana's most luxurious hotels that killed at least 26 people. They checked...

Explosion at luxury Havana hotel kills 22, injures dozens

HAVANA (AP) — A powerful explosion apparently caused by a natural gas leak killed at least 22 people, including a child, and injured dozens Friday when it blew away outer walls from a luxury hotel in ...

Boeing will move its headquarters to DC area from Chicago

Boeing Co. said Thursday it will move its headquarters from Chicago to the Washington, D.C., area, where company executives would be closer to key federal government officials. The c...

OPEC+ opens oil taps gradually as Russian war roils markets

LONDON (AP) — OPEC and allied oil-producing countries decided Thursday to gradually increase the flows they send to the world, even as Europe’s plan to sanction Russian oil threatens to yank millions ...

EXPLAINER: What's the impact if Europe cuts off Russian oil?

The European Union's executive commission has proposed phasing out imports of Russian oil within six months. It is part of Europe's struggle to stop paying Russia $850 million a day for energy and hi...

Pentagon says US lacks logistical support for Asia military conflicts

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — The U.S. Department of Defense believes the military lacks adequate logistics capacity in Asia if a military conflict were to break out in the region. The assessment ap...

Residents wary as fire burns near northeast New Mexico town

LAS VEGAS, N.M. (AP) — Martina Gonzales and her grandson watched from their front yard as aircraft disappeared into a giant plume of smoke to fight a growing wildfire that has burned hundreds of squar...

EXPLAINER: What's behind Russia's natural gas cutoff?

Russia's Gazprom says it is halting natural gas supplies to Poland and Bulgaria, escalating tensions between the Kremlin and Europe over energy and Russia's invasion of Ukraine — and adding new urgenc...

Wildfires tear across several states, driven by high winds

OMAHA, Neb. (AP) — Firefighters across the country are battling multiple wildfires as tinder-dry conditions and high winds whip up flames from Arizona to Florida — including a prairie fire in rural so...

Live updates | Zelenskyy: Kyiv meeting set with US officials

KYIV, Ukraine — Ukraine's president says he will meet Sunday in Kyiv with the U.S. secretary of state and secretary of defense. President Volodymyr Zelenskyy spoke of the plans Satu...