Cholera quietly still kills dozens a month in Haiti

PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti (AP) — A dozen people reclined on cots inside the clinic in the Haitian capital, a few so sick they were receiving intravenous infusions to rehydrate their bodies and spare them an agonizing death.

  • Written by DAVID McFADDEN, Associated Press

Michigan restricted Flint from switching water in loan deal

LANSING, Mich. (AP) — The state of Michigan restricted Flint from switching water sources last April unless it got approval from Gov. Rick Snyder's administration under the terms of a $7 million loan needed to help the city emerge from state management, according to a document released Wednesday.

  • Written by DAVID EGGERT, Associated Press

First oil flows from Alaska reserve set aside in '23

NUIQSUT, Alaska (AP) — Rising from the edgeless, wind-scoured, snow-covered tundra on Alaska's North Slope lies a million-pound drilling rig pulling the first commercial oil from a reserve set aside nearly a century ago.

  • Written by MARK THIESSEN, Associated Press

AP interview: man finds possible Malaysian plane debris

MAPUTO, Mozambique (AP) — An American who discovered an aircraft part in Mozambique that may be from missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 said Thursday that he initially thought it was from a much smaller plane.

  • Written by TOM BOWKER, Associated Press KRISTEN GELINEAU, Associated Press