BANGKOK - Aye Aye Win, The Associated Press chief of bureau in Myanmar who told her country's story to the world despite threats, surveillance and official warnings, retired Saturday after 25 years with the news agency.
The accused gunman, Jesus Deniz, 18, was scheduled to make his initial court appearance on Friday before a federal magistrate in Billings, north of the Crow Indian Reservation where the slain couple resided as members of the tribe.
Jonathan Goldstein and John Francis Daley - who are set to write the rebooted solo Spider-Man movie - have revealed that new Peter Parker Tom Holland has already filmed his debut scene in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
NEW YORK - Two chimpanzees will not be freed from a New York state university where they're used in locomotion studies after a court decision Thursday dismissed a lawsuit that had sought to afford them legal personhood rights.
Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton is healthy and fit to serve with no lingering effects from a 2012 concussion that caused a health scare when she was secretary of state, her personal physician said on Friday.
SAN FRANCISCO - Abortion rights advocates locked in a public relations battle with abortion opponents over videos of Planned Parenthood leaders discussing the use of aborted fetuses got some good news from two courts in California.
INDIANOLIS - The Indiana House approved by a wide margin Monday a proposal strengthening protections for religious objections in state law that opponents say could provide legal cover for discrimination against gay people.