WASHINGTON (AP) — The White House may be doubling down today on its allegations of government surveillance. Senior White House adviser Kellyanne Conway suggests in comments to New Jersey's Bergen County Record that snooping may have gone beyond the president's accusation that former President Barack Obama had his phones tapped in Trump Tower. Like her boss, Conway offered no evidence. Some Republican lawmakers have asked for evidence by today.
NEW YORK (AP) — The Northeast is expected to turn white under a thick coating of snow in the next 24 hours or so. A powerful nor'easter could bring blizzard conditions and more than a foot of snow to some parts of the region. Farther south, even Washington D.C. is expecting six to 10 inches. It would be the capital region's first serious snow of the winter.
WASHINGTON (AP) — The maneuvering is well under way as an April 28 deadline looms for Congress to pass a huge package of leftover spending bills and avoid a partial government shutdown. Top Senate Democrats are warning Republicans against adding billions of dollars for President Donald Trump's U.S.-Mexico border wall to the upcoming $1 trillion-plus catchall spending package. The letter also warns against adding other "poison pills."
YOLA, Nigeria (AP) — Police say the crash of a truck hauling cattle and merchants in Nigeria has killed 35 people. A state police spokesman says 28 people were injured. A witness says 15 cattle died. Officials say the truck went out of control on a highway.
LOS ANGELES (AP) — A Pulitzer Prize-winning Associated Press photographer best known for the stunning image of a terrified child running naked down a country road following a napalm attack on her Vietnamese village is calling it a career. Nick Ut sums up his 51 years with the Associated Press as a journey that took him "From hell to Hollywood." He was just 21 when he took the photo that shocked a planet back in 1972. Ut is 65.