• Today in History

    Today in History

  • AP News in Brief at 12:04 a.m. EST

    Dems gain in quest for House control but GOP retains Senate

  • US stocks rise as tech and internet companies bounce back

    TOKYO (AP) — Asian shares were mostly higher Wednesday as investors awaited results from the U.S. midterm elections, which could have an impact on the global economy and trade.

  • Broken machines to threats of violence among voting problems

    Voting machine glitches, long lines and misinformation were among the problems that voters faced at the polls on Tuesday.

  • Voters talk immigration, an ‘out-of-control’ Congress, Trump

    It’s Election Day in America, and voters will deliver their first verdict of President Donald Trump’s tumultuous tenure in a midterm that’s expected to draw historic numbers to the polls.

  • Bangladeshi immigrant convicted in NYC subway bombing

    NEW YORK (AP) — A Bangladeshi immigrant was convicted Tuesday of setting off a pipe bomb in New York City’s busiest subway station, disputing in court that he was supporting the Islamic State group and saying he was instead motivated by anger at President Donald Trump.

  • Pipe bomb suspect scheduled for Election Day court hearing

    NEW YORK (AP) — The man accused of sending pipe bombs to prominent critics of President Donald Trump was ordered held without bail after his first court appearance in New York on Tuesday.

  • Bangladeshi immigrant speaks out after bombing conviction

    NEW YORK (AP) — The Latest on the conviction of a Bangladeshi immigrant in last December’s New York City subway pipe bomb attack:

  • Voters head to the polls in a crucial midterm test for Trump

    There were first-time voters and straight-ticket voters and some who, this go-around, switched sides. They went to the polls considering the caravan of migrants trudging across Mexico, their health insurance and their paychecks, an impotent Congress and the nation’s poisonous political culture that has divided even families and friends along party lines.

  • 1 dead, 2 injured as storms, possible tornados hit South

    CHRISTIANA, Tenn. (AP) — Severe storms sweeping across the South on Tuesday killed a person and injured at least two others, knocking down trees and leaving thousands without power, officials said. The weather disrupted Election Day voting in some places, forcing citizens to use paper ballots instead of electronic voting machines.