- US stocks move higher in early trading; oil rises
U.S. stock indexes moved higher in early trading Monday, led by gains in banks and other financial companies. Technology stocks were also among the biggest gainers. Energy stocks lagged the broader market.
- Markets Right Now: Tech stocks lead early gains in US
The latest on developments in financial markets (All times local):
- Engineers use replica to pinpoint California dam repairs
LOGAN, Utah (AP) — Inside a cavernous northern Utah warehouse, hydraulic engineers send water rushing down a replica of a dam built out of wood, concrete and steel — trying to pinpoint what repairs will work best at the tallest dam in the U.S for a spillway torn apart in February during heavy rains that triggered the evacuation of 200,000 people living downstream.
- Portugal airline chief fears increasing drone near-misses
LISBON, Portugal (AP) — Portugal's national airline chief said Monday he is considering asking authorities to order that all drones in the country be grounded, following a series of near-misses with commercial aircraft.
- SpaceX launches 10 satellites from California air base
LOS ANGELES (AP) — A SpaceX rocket carried 10 communications satellites into orbit from California on Sunday, two days after the company successfully launched a satellite from Florida.
- Government websites hacked with pro-Islamic State rant
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Government websites, many of them in Ohio, were hacked Sunday with a message that purports to be supportive of the Islamic State terrorist group.
- Burling, Team New Zealand reach match point in America's Cup
HAMILTON, Bermuda (AP) — Emirates Team New Zealand's Peter Burling wheeled his 50-foot catamaran into controlling position in the prestart of Race 8 of the America's Cup and then gave a quick wave with his right hand to Jimmy Spithill and the boys on Oracle Team USA.
- The Latest: SpaceX launches satellites from California base
LOS ANGELES (AP) — The Latest on a satellite launch from California (all times local):
- A risky fix to repair a city's gutted streetlight grid
TULSA, Okla. (AP) — For years, residents in this cash-strapped city watched helplessly as thieves gutted 33 miles (53 kilometers) of streetlight wiring, plunging long stretches of roadway into darkness. The thousands of dollars criminals pocketed at off-the-books salvage yards wreaked millions of dollars in damage.
- CIA chief: Intel leaks on the rise, cites leaker 'worship'
WASHINGTON (AP) — CIA Director Mike Pompeo says he thinks disclosure of America's secret intelligence is on the rise, fueled partly by the "worship" of leakers like Edward Snowden.
- UK Parliament investigates cyberattack on user accounts
LONDON (AP) — British officials were investigating a cyberattack Saturday on the country's Parliament after discovering "unauthorized attempts to access parliamentary user accounts."
- For 'Okja,' growing a GMO pig from page to screen
NEW YORK (AP) — The giant genetically modified pig of Bong Joon Ho's "Okja" is 8-feet tall, 13-feet long and would, if real, weigh six tons. It looks most like a hippo, but it has big floppy dog ears and moves a little like an elephant.
- Grand jury indicts man in killing of runner in Massachusetts
WORCESTER, Mass. (AP) — A man accused of killing a Google employee who went out for a run near her mother's Massachusetts home last summer has been indicted.
- Video of gaming Seattle officer discussing shooting removed
SEATTLE (AP) — After an online outcry, a Seattle Police Department video in which an officer playing a video game discussed the recent fatal police shooting of a pregnant mother has been removed from social media.
- Google to stop reading your Gmail to help sell ads
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Google is going to stop reading your Gmail in search of opportunities to sell ads.