FREDERIC J. FROMMER, AP FILE – In this Jan. 2, 1973, file photo President Richard Nixon, holds a souvenir football he received after the previous bowl game, and Washington Redskins coach George Allen appear in the White House Rose Garden to celebrate
Share Email Print. Rushing to end a political uproar, President Barack Obama on Friday will announce that religious employers will not have to cover birth control for their employees after all, The Associated Press has learned.
Senior administration officials tell The Associated Press that President Barack Obama on Friday will announce that religious employers will not have to cover birth control for their employees after all. He will demand instead that insurance companies
Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Corbett's 2012 budget speech. Published: Tuesday, February 07, 2012, 11:58 AM Updated: Tuesday, February 07, 2012, 12:07 PM. The Associated Press By The Associated Press The Associated Press Follow. 5
By Steve Huff 2/11 8:19pm The Associated Press reports via its Twitter account that singer Whitney Houston has died at the age of 48. The Associated Press cites Ms. Houston's publicist Kristen Foster as a source: Whitney Houston's meteoric rise to fame