Ken Ritter, Associated Press | Posted Aug 30th - 3:32pm
A 24-year-old Las Vegas man who police say posed in battlefield gear and assault weapons for an internet video saying he intended to shoot "Satanists" and "homosexuals" is due to face a judge this week on terror threat and conspiracy charges.
Bob Salsberg, Associated Press | Posted Aug 30th - 3:31pm
The son of famed evangelist Billy Graham urged a gathering on the historic Boston Common on Tuesday to vote in the November election, but stressed that he was taking no sides publicly in the U.S. presidential race.
U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon told Myanmar on Tuesday that the world is very concerned about the tens of thousands of Rohingya Muslim refugees who have been living for more than four years in camps in northern Rakhine state after fleeing violence from the Buddhist majority.
Ken Thomas and Catherine Lucey, Associated Press | Posted Aug 29th - 6:30pm
Often called Hillary Clinton's second daughter, Huma Abedin is a deeply trusted aide who is rarely far apart from the Democratic presidential nominee. She's also a confidante subjected to a similar level of attention and scrutiny as her longtime boss.
In a story Aug. 28 about Minnesota's 2nd District race for Congress, The Associated Press misspelled the first name of the spokeswoman for the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee. She is Sacha Haworth, not Sasha Haworth.
Elaine Ganley, Associated Press | Posted Aug 29th - 12:10pm
France's interior minister said Monday that the country is at war with an enemy trying to pit Muslims against non-Muslims, making it urgent to create a strong bond between the nation and citizens of the Islamic faith.
Bruce Smith, Associated Press | Posted Aug 29th - 9:12am
Andy Savage keeps in his law office a sealed plastic bag with the blood-splattered clothes that Felicia Sanders wore sheltering her granddaughter from a fusillade of bullets that killed nine black parishioners at Charleston's Emanuel AME Church.
Jon Gambrell, Associated Press | Posted Aug 29th - 1:11am
The scratchy, echo-filled tape recording carries the voice of a man who once was in line to become Iran's supreme leader, talking about one of the darkest moments of the country's post-revolution history still not recognized by its government.
Kim Chandler, Associated Press | Posted Aug 30th - 3:01pm
A Christian woman in Alabama was forced to remove her headscarf for a driver's license photo after being told only Muslim women could wear them in photos, according to a lawsuit filed Tuesday by the American Civil Liberties Union of Alabama on her behalf.