What The Associated Press Tweeted On Twitter?

The Associated Press Latest Tweets On Twitter

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The issue of race in Hollywood is far from black and white. https://t.co/gEEJzdj1lt

Iran's English-language arm of state TV says its American-born anchorwoman was arrested after flying into the U.S. https://t.co/XkY5LxPgtz

Satisfaction: Rolling Stones will be among headliners for 50th anniversary of the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival. https://t.co/fl9zHbC9ON

Kenyan police say there is still "an active security operation" at the hotel complex attacked by Islamic extremist gunmen amid sporadic gunfire from the scene. https://t.co/Z9syPtKFTF

Brazil's new president, arguing firearms will make people more safe, issued a decree loosening gun laws. Brazil has long been the world leader in total annual homicides. By @peterprengaman + @msavarese https://t.co/4xTAxI0QYI

APNewsBreak: IRS is recalling 46,000 furloughed workers without pay to handle tax refunds. https://t.co/7U9ehOcAoF

Forty years ago this week, Iran convulsed with protests as the shah fled the country and a revolution took hold. In episode 1 of a mini-documentary series, @AP reporters recall that turbulent time. https://t.co/m0972dXogU

BREAKING: Democratic Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand takes major step toward announcing a presidential bid, saying she's launching an exploratory committee. https://t.co/fw4qAF7Whs

BREAKING: Federal judge in New York bars U.S. Commerce Department from adding citizenship question to the 2020 census. https://t.co/L2woqxPv9j

BREAKING: AG nominee Barr says he doesn't believe Mueller would be involved in 'witch hunt,' as Trump has labeled Russia probe. https://t.co/d4OVOGJArF

Former DEA agent Jose Irizarry was known for his expensive tastes and high-profile drug seizures. He's now accused of conspiring to launder more than $7 million in illicit drug proceeds, five current and former law enforcement officials tell the @AP. https://t.co/TCzbYfXsCu

New Jersey's attorney general says armed man who burst into UPS facility and took two female workers hostage was shot, killed by police after he exited building with both women. https://t.co/kKqqYogMQa

BREAKING: Japanese court says it's rejected latest bail request for detained Nissan ex-chairman Carlos Ghosn.

Moving house to house, men in police uniforms kill civilians in Haiti _ the massacre shows worsening security in wake of UN peacekeepers' departure. By @mweissenstein, with photos by @CheryHaiti. https://t.co/FbWFwbsFrf

BREAKING: A criminal complaint says a Wisconsin man accused of kidnapping 13-year-old Jayme Closs spotted her getting on a school bus one day and made up his mind to take her. https://t.co/4exm4c81Kz

India's government splashes out on massive Hindu festival, eyeing election. https://t.co/oMwCcBi8PA

Plane believed to be carrying Italian fugitive Cesare Battisti lands in Rome. https://t.co/EaSyl6QV2w

BREAKING: Cockpit voice recorder of Lion Air jet that crashed into Indonesia's Java Sea in October has been found, along with human remains, an official says. https://t.co/DNgfJC41mD

BREAKING: Iranian state TV: Boeing 707 Kyrgyz cargo plane crashes west of Tehran amid severe weather, 10 crew feared killed

BREAKING: California federal judge blocks Trump administration rules that would let employers opt out of no-cost birth control. Ruling affects 13 states and Washington, D.C. https://t.co/4rRtTtXg62

Saudi energy minister urges oil producers to do better to narrow price swings from $60 to above $86 a barrel, ayaelb reports. https://t.co/zHF25t1nDx

Trump frequently boasts that the taxes he’s imposed on imports have showered the U.S. Treasury with newfound revenue. But for many businesses, the tariffs are escalating costs, creating hardships and magnifying uncertainty. @PaulWisemanAP explains. https://t.co/0xmUTYv65j

Coal mine collapses in northern China, killing at least 21, Chinese state TV says. https://t.co/cGHv9D4YjQ

Pakistan's top court suspends execution of mentally ill ex-policeman for killing fellow officer in 2003. https://t.co/RuPMBN6iq7

BREAKING: Israel's military says its operation at Lebanese border is over after finding another, final Hezbollah attack tunnel.

Israel's military says troops found the last tunnel dug by Hezbollah militants for cross-border attacks. https://t.co/pdyF03g4P4

At 44, Julian Castro stands to be among the youngest of the many Democratic contenders for the White House. https://t.co/M3XFJs0r7Z

An elderly Manhattan couple died in a blaze that engulfed their luxury high-rise apartment and sent flames roaring out the windows. https://t.co/mnz0TUAKZU

Workers in southern Germany are using a break in the weather to try and clear heavy loads of snow from roofs and roads. https://t.co/rZPZ6WfRrA

BREAKING: France's interior minister says four people have been killed, including two firefighters, and 47 have been injured in the blast at a bakery that was apparently caused by a gas leak in Paris. https://t.co/8k1DTGQFmP

Key diplomatic post in the United Arab Emirates remains empty as Trump's nominee for the position is in limbo. https://t.co/1G1BMTHa6r

CORRECTS death toll. BREAKING: The Paris prosecutor's office says two firefighters have been killed in the bakery blast. (The interior minister had incorrectly announced four deaths) https://t.co/KLbE45Hj5p

Federal government enters Day 22 of a partial government shutdown, becoming the longest closure in U.S. history. https://t.co/uraXGvq61R

Half-brother of Meghan Markle, the Duchess of Sussex, is facing a drunken-driving charge after an arrest in Oregon. https://t.co/38ZPcpqx0p

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They are scaling back spending, canceling trips, applying for unemployment and taking out loans: Families are making tough decisions as 800,000 federal employees miss their first paycheck because of the government shutdown. https://t.co/1YC4kyDbQx

The Latest: Wisconsin couple describes the dramatic moments when a neighbor pounded on their door to say she had stumbled across Jayme Closs, a 13-year-old girl who had been missing nearly three months. https://t.co/PqAA42pj93

Former Nissan chair Ghosn indicted for breach of trust, Kyodo News service reports. https://t.co/TJettDQJnL

Taiwanese President Tsai Ing-wen appoints a close political ally as premier during a Cabinet reshuffle following election loss. https://t.co/wYwUai0Z29

BREAKING: Myanmar court rejects appeal from Reuters journalists, maintains 7-year prison terms in case tied to press freedom.

Peace efforts in Yemen are under siege after a deadly rebel attack on a military parade. @APExplains the yearslong war tearing at the Arab world's poorest nation. https://t.co/vq29YBJ3cx

BREAKING: President Trump says he's canceling his trip to Davos, Switzerland because of the partial government shutdown, now in its 20th day. https://t.co/NN0XfzVdUD

Flexin' in her Complexion: A 12-year-old girl bullied for her dark skin tone uses her grandmother's words as her fashion brand, becomes a messenger of hope. https://t.co/Gj2W1pIw1X

Turkey says its military offensive against US-allied Kurdish fighters in northeastern Syria not dependent on U.S. pullout. https://t.co/9QWmAulvYO

BREAKING: Congo's Catholic church says official election result does not match its tally from 40,000 poll observers.

Vatican launches an official athletics team of Swiss Guards, priests, pharmacists and even a 62-year-old professor who works in the Vatican's Apostolic Library. https://t.co/ffi61pagCj

Lady Gaga apologizes for her 2013 duet with singer R. Kelly in the wake of sexual misconduct allegations against the rapper, says she intends to remove the song from streaming services. https://t.co/cll3iXtND4

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