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Stories with person: Elvis Presley
  • Mississippi musicians to be honored with marker in Nashville 
    Updated: May-21-15 4:07 am

    JACKSON, Mississippi - A Mississippi Country Music Trail marker will be placed June 4 in Nashville to honor Magnolia State musicians who performed on Music Row and at the Grand Ole Opry over the decades.

  • New nominees gird for Pennsylvania high-court campaign story has photos
    Updated: May-20-15 2:56 pm

    HARRISBURG, Pennsylvania - Party endorsements and money made the difference in who was nominated for state Supreme Court in Pennsylvania's primary election.

  • Parties pick 5 endorsed candidates for state's highest court story has photos
    Updated: May-19-15 11:25 pm

    HARRISBURG, Pennsylvania - Pennsylvania Democrats and Republicans demonstrated Tuesday that party endorsements count as they nominated five party-backed candidates for the state Supreme Court.

  • George Harrison guitar from 1963 brings $490,000 at auction story has photos
    Updated: May-17-15 5:47 am

    NEW YORK - A guitar George Harrison played at a time when Beatlemania was taking flight has sold for nearly half a million dollars at a New York auction.

  • Nun who kissed Elvis helps answer abbey's prayers story has photos
    Updated: May-16-15 11:46 am

    BETHLEHEM, Connecticut - Mother Dolores Hart finds it miraculous that she was able to turn one kiss with Elvis Presley into the spark that helped save an abbey.

  • Ohio governor's letter to Nixon made public 
    Updated: May-09-15 2:58 pm

    DAYTON, Ohio - Potential president candidate Ohio Gov. John Kasich first got to the Oval Office as a teen after writing a persuasive letter.

  • AP EXPLAINS: Japan's long wait to address US Congress 
    Updated: Apr-29-15 12:56 am

    WASHINGTON - Washington honors America's closest friends by inviting their leaders to address a joint meeting of Congress, but Wednesday's speech by Prime Minister Shinzo Abe will be the first by a Japanese leader. That's striking considering the tight U.S.-Japan alliance in the 70 years since World War II ended. British, South Korean and German leaders have been invited multiple times. So have two Liberian presidents and a Latvian one - more than 100 invitations overall since the war. So why not Japan? The answers have to do with underlying friction that has been a part of U.S.-Japanese relations and, more recently, frequent changes of Japanese leaders.