- Law provides health benefits to volunteer NY firefighters
ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) — New York volunteer firefighters who have been diagnosed with certain cancers will be eligible for health care benefits under a new state law.
- Fallen soldier's widow: 'Nothing to say' to Trump
MIAMI (AP) — The pregnant widow of a fallen U.S. soldier whose combat death led to a political fight between President Donald Trump and a Florida congresswoman says the phone call from the president left her angry and crying.
- 4 Wheaton College players to be arraigned in battery case
WHEATON, Ill. (AP) — Four of the five Wheaton College football players charged with battery against one of their teammates are scheduled to be arraigned.
- Police cases over 137-shot barrage unsettled 5 years later
CLEVELAND (AP) — Nearly five years after two unarmed black suspects died in a 137-shot barrage of Cleveland police gunfire, five officers fired for their roles are set to return to duty this week after an arbitrator reinstated their jobs.
- Police officer on the run after breaking ankle monitor
CLEVELAND (AP) — A Cleveland police officer facing charges for the alleged physical and sexual assault of his girlfriend is on the run after police say he broke his GPS ankle monitor.
- Corey Feldman charged with pot possession in Louisiana
MANGHAM, La. (AP) — Police in Louisiana say actor and musician Corey Feldman has been charged with misdemeanor marijuana possession and driving with a suspended license after his tour bus was pulled over for speeding over the weekend.
- 10 Things to Know for Today
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:
- States to ask judge to keep health subsidies cut by Trump
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) â The top lawyers for 19 states will urge a federal judge Monday to force President Donald Trump's administration to pay health care subsidies he abruptly cut off earlier this month.
- Bergdahl could get life in prison for endangering comrades
FORT BRAGG, N.C. (AP) — Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl will appear Monday before a military judge who will determine his punishment for endangering comrades by walking off his post in Afghanistan. Before delivering his sentence, the judge will have to resolve a last-minute defense argument that new comments by President Donald Trump have tainted the case.
- Wildfires in Utah force evacuations, threaten structures
SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — Wind-driven wildfires in Utah forced evacuations and threatened structures on a big weekend for deer hunters in the fire zone.
- Kosovo: runoffs for most mayors, governing parties lead
PRISTINA, Kosovo (AP) — Early results show Kosovo's governing coalition parties leading in municipal elections but runoffs will still be needed to decide most of the winners.
- Al Hurricane, 'Godfather of New Mexico music,' dies
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — Al Hurricane, known as the "Godfather of New Mexico music" for developing a distinct sound bridging the state's unique Hispanic traditions with country and rock, died Sunday.
- New flight paths lead to airplane noise complaints across US
PHOENIX (AP) — Airliners began flying over Twila Lake's bungalow-style house in a historic district three years ago, taking off every one to two minutes from the Phoenix airport and roaring over her neighborhood. It was a sudden change after rarely hearing jets in her previous 13 years in the downtown neighborhood.
- In Virginia's Trump country, low enthusiasm for Republican
POUND, Va. (AP) — People in Virginia's coal country still love President Donald Trump, but not his pick to be their next governor.
- Super Bowl malaise not plaguing Falcons? Want to bet?
FOXBOROUGH, Mass. (AP) — On a foggy night in Foxborough, one thing became crystal clear: The Atlanta Falcons have fallen victim to the dreaded Super Bowl losers' malaise .