- Charles Manson, whose cult slayings horrified world, dies
LOS ANGELES (AP) — In the summer of 1969, a scruffy ex-convict with a magnetic hold on young women sent some of his disciples into the night to carry out a series of gruesome killings in Los Angeles. In so doing, Charles Manson became the leering face of evil on front pages across America and rewrote the history of an era.
- Former AP reporter recalls surreal spectacle of Manson trial
LOS ANGELES (AP) — The first time I saw Charles Manson being led into a courtroom in 1969 at the old Los Angeles Hall of Justice, I was shocked — not because of the mythology that preceded him, but because of just how small he was.
- Zimbabwe's Mugabe passes deadline to resign; now impeachment
HARARE, Zimbabwe (AP) — Longtime President Robert Mugabe ignored a midday deadline set by the ruling party to step down or face impeachment proceedings, while Zimbabweans stunned by his lack of resignation during a national address vowed more protests to make him leave.
- 10 Things to Know for Today
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:
- White House open to striking health provision from tax bill
WASHINGTON (AP) — The White House says it's willing to strike a health-care provision from Senate legislation to cut taxes and overhaul the tax code if the provision becomes an impediment to passing one of President Donald Trump's top legislative priorities.
- AP source: Florida meets with Chip Kelly about coaching job
Florida has seemingly zeroed in on Chip Kelly to be the program's next football coach.
- Jerry Jones dishes on Goodell as Cowboys lose sans Elliott
ARLINGTON, Texas (AP) — The Dallas Cowboys have lost both games without Ezekiel Elliott, and owner Jerry Jones is still trying to explain what the six-game suspension for his star running back has to do with his objections over a contract extension for Commissioner Roger Goodell.
- ICYMI in NFL Week 11: Comeback makes Saints 1st 8-2 from 0-2
After all of those lopsided victories built on defense and a running game, Drew Brees and the New Orleans Saints pulled off the sort of by-the-skin-of-their-teeth comeback that has them thinking big things.
- Early clinching strong possibility in several divisions
No NFL coach would ever talk about clinching a division before the task was at hand.
- World Cup bribes, death threats: Corrupt world of FIFA
Hour after hour in a New York City courtroom, the schemes to corrupt world soccer are spilling out.