MEMPHIS, Tenn. — Hundreds of protesters angry over police killings of black people occupied a key bridge over the Mississippi River Sunday night, blocking an interstate highway for hours before officers moved them off.
WASHINGTON — For President Barack Obama, the decision to return early from an overseas trip after a series of shocking shootings will prove to be easy compared to his next challenge: Comforting an America rattled by the violence.
VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. — Republican Donald Trump pledged Monday to expand programs that allow veterans to choose their doctor and clinics — regardless of whether they're affiliated with Department of Veterans Affairs — and still receive government-paid medical care.
ATLANTA — Long-tenured members of Martin Luther King Jr.'s church have some advice for today's social justice activists: You're on the right side, but get organized, never use or condone violence, and always use the power to vote that earlier generations secured.
LONDON — A political era ended Monday — unexpectedly and without an election — as Prime Minister David Cameron said he will step down in two days in favour of Theresa May, a senior member of his Cabinet who will become Britain's second female leader.
BANGKOK — A Thai country singer and political activist was sentenced Monday by a military court to more than three years in jail for insulting the monarchy, adding to a 7 1/2-year sentence a criminal court imposed on him earlier for the same