Among 10 Things to Know: Trump revisits Charlottesville comments in angry speech in Phoenix; US Navy dismisses 7th Fleet commander after warship accidents; ESPN broadcaster Robert Lee taken off University of Virginia football game because of his name
The high-profile case of a former Oklahoma police officer convicted of raping women while on duty focused the public's attention on the problem of sexual misconduct on the force, but his appeal concerning DNA evidence is playing out in secret.
Conservation groups are airing TV ads and creating parody websites in a last-minute blitz to stop Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke from downsizing or eliminating national monument areas that cover large swaths of land and water in the nation
Portugal's president and prime minister have attended the funerals of a Portuguese granddaughter and grandmother killed in last week's Barcelona attack
Authorities say a handgun used by a 9-year-old New York boy to unintentionally kill his younger brother was stolen from a firefighter who was later fired for his link to a fatal hit-and-run accident
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French President Emmanuel Macron is meeting with the leaders of Austria, the Czech Republic and Slovakia as part of a tour of central and eastern Europe aimed at reinvigorating European Union unity after Britain's decision to leave
A Pennsylvania couple accused of tying and weighting down a mattress on top of their toddler son's crib so he couldn't climb out have been charged in his suffocation death
The European Commission has started an in-depth investigation of Bayer's planned $66 billion takeover of U.S. seeds group Monsanto, saying it was worried about competition in various pesticide and seeds markets. Laura Frykberg reports.
A closely watched survey is showing that the eurozone economy is on course for another solid quarter of economic growth during the third quarter with exports holding up despite the rise in the value of the euro
A new report finds that half of all workers in Massachusetts held a bachelor's degree or higher in 2016, marking the first time any U.S. state has reached that threshold