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SHASTA-TRINITY NATIONAL FOREST, Calif. (AP) - The Latest on wildfires in California (all times local):
A white Texas police officer who entered an apartment mistaking it for her own and shot dead the black man who lived there has been arrested on manslaughter charges. Officer Amber Guyger with the Dallas Police Department was booked into jail Sunday and later released on $300,000 bail, according law enforcement. In what city officials have called a "very unique" and "tragic" case, Guyger entered the apartment in a complex near downtown Dallas late Thursday and shot a man she thought was an intruder.
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A boy walks toward his school bus as a car speeds down the street, nearly hitting him.
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ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) - The Latest on the deadly crash of commercial bus and semi-truck crash in New Mexico (all times local):
The US is reportedly preparing to slash all funding to the UN agency for Palestinian refugees, prompting outrage from Palestinians and warnings that the move could spark unrest in region. The Trump administration is expected to announce in coming weeks that it is ending all aid for the UN Relief and Works Agency (UNRWA), which supports Palestinian refugees in the occupied West Bank and Gaza as well as neighbouring countries. The US is the single largest donor to UNRWA, giving around $350 million (£254 million) per year, and the cuts may force the agency to pare back education and medical services for 5 million Palestinians. The White House is also expected to announce that it is...
The service, a celebration of the life and legacy of one of the US music icon, is expected to last six hours at the Greater Grace Temple in her Michigan hometown. The 76-year-old singer, beloved by millions around the world, died of cancer on August 16, closing the curtain on a glittering six-decade career that spanned Gospel, R&B, Jazz, Blues and even classical music. Former president Bill Clinton and Smokey Robinson are among those due to give eulogies, with music from Stevie Wonder, Ariana Grande and Jennifer Hudson, who is to portray Franklin in an upcoming biopic.
Coca-Cola on Friday said it had agreed to buy international coffee chain Costa from its UK owner Whitbread, in a deal that gives the beverages behemoth its first global coffee brand. "Hot beverages is one of the few remaining segments of the total beverage landscape where Coca-Cola does not have a global brand. Costa gives us access to this market through a strong coffee platform," Coca-Cola chief executive James Quincey said in a joint statement.
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) - An Ohio State University trustee who thought football coach Urban Meyer deserved more than a three-game suspension and resigned from the board over it said Thursday that he was alone in advocating a stiffer penalty when trustees discussed the matter.
Multiple people were killed and others were seriously injured Thursday in a crash involving a commercial passenger bus and a semi-truck along Interstate 40 in New Mexico, near the Arizona border, authorities said. (Aug. 30)
Sen. John McCain will be honored with a memorial in Arizona on Thursday. Former Vice President Joe Biden will pay tribute.
South Korean President Moon Jae-in on Thursday replaced his defence chief and four other ministers in a cabinet reshuffle after falling approval ratings in recent weeks. Moon has driven a rapid diplomatic rapprochement with nuclear-armed North Korea, but defence minister Song Young-moo came under fire for mishandling a controversy over a defence intelligence unit. In March, documents emerged detailing military plans to impose martial law against protesters demanding the ouster of Moon's predecessor Park Geun-hye last year, but Song failed to report them to the presidential Blue House.
DALLAS (AP) - The Latest on a white former police officer in Texas convicted of murder for the on-duty death of an unarmed black teenager (all times local):
Pope Francis makes first Vatican appearance since Archbishop Carlo Maria Vigano, a former Vatican official, accused him of covering up ex-Cardinal Theodore McCarrick's misconduct; chief religion correspondent Lauren Green reports.
It took some convincing.
Hawaiians brace themselves for more possible flooding and mudslides.
The president fired off a list of people and organizations he believes Attorney General Jeff Sessions should be investigating.