- Attorney general regrets meeting with Bill Clinton
WASHINGTON (AP) — Attorney General Loretta Lynch acknowledged Friday that her meeting with Bill Clinton while his wife is under federal investigation "cast a shadow" on the public's perception of a case playing heavily into the presidential campaign.
- AP sources: Gingrich, Christie being vetted for Trump VP
WASHINGTON (AP) — Presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump has begun formally vetting prospective vice presidential picks.
- US: Up to 116 civilians killed in drone, other air attacks
WASHINGTON (AP) — The Obama administration said Friday that between 64 and 116 civilians have been killed by drone and other U.S. strikes in Pakistan, Yemen and Africa since President Barack Obama took office in 2009.
- Attention in Istanbul bombing focused on Chechen extremist
ISTANBUL (AP) — Attention focused Friday on whether a Chechen extremist known to be a top lieutenant in the Islamic State group was involved in the suicide attacks that killed 44 people at Istanbul's Ataturk Airport.
- Attackers take hostages at Bangladesh restaurant
DHAKA, Bangladesh (AP) — A group of as many as nine gunmen attacked a restaurant popular with foreigners in a diplomatic zone of the Bangladeshi capital on Friday night, taking hostages and exchanging gunfire with security forces, authorities said.
- Shrimp slaves wait for justice 8 months after Thai raid
PATHUM THANI, Thailand (AP) — Nearly eight months ago, migrant worker Tin Nyo Win thought he was doing the right thing — the only thing — to help free his pregnant wife from slavery inside a Thai shrimp peeling shed. He ran for help and prompted police to raid the business, freeing nearly 100 Burmese laborers, including children.
- Court OKs trial for girl who texted boyfriend urging suicide
BOSTON (AP) — A teenager who sent her boyfriend dozens of text messages encouraging him to take his own life and telling him to "get back in" a truck filled with carbon monoxide fumes must stand trial for involuntary manslaughter, the state's highest court ruled Friday.
- Death sparks 'Autopilot' car probe; man had speeding tickets
WASHINGTON (AP) — A driver with a history of speeding who was so enamored of his Tesla Model S sedan that he nicknamed the car "Tessy" and praised the safety benefits of its sophisticated "Autopilot" system has become the first U.S. fatality in a wreck involving a car in self-driving mode.
- Behind famed hot dog contest, a whopper of a legend
NEW YORK (AP) — Nathan's Famous may be in the hot dog business, but for decades they've been peddling a whopper.
- AP Interview: De Havilland breaks silence on sibling feud
PARIS (AP) — Celebrating her 100th birthday Friday, indomitable actress Olivia de Havilland is finally breaking her silence on Hollywood's most famous sibling rivalry.