An armed man who called himself a "sovereign citizen" was fatally shot Friday by Michigan State Police after racing away from a traffic stop and leading troopers on a chase in suburban Detroit, authorities said.
The White House rushed Friday to correct a diplomatic blooper after an official transcript listed Jerusalem as part of Israel, contradicting a delicate U.S. policy that takes no position on the city's status.
One man and two teenagers were found dead Friday and a woman was critically injured after a shooting in a south Minneapolis apartment that appears to have been an incident of domestic violence, police said.
In a story Sept. 29 about a former Florida sheriff's deputy accused of using a stun gun on a woman, The Associated Press reported erroneously details about a cake reading "Sorry I Tased You." The woman's attorney says the deputy sent a photo of the cake, made by someone else, to the woman; the deputy did not bake the cake himself, as stated in the lawsuit.
David Warren, Associated Press | Posted Sep 30th - 4:13pm
A man in the country illegally who authorities say was responsible for a string of crimes that left two dead in the Dallas area obtained a U.S. passport under a stolen identity, which allowed him to freely travel across the Texas-Mexico border, according to federal court records.