- More tornadoes ahead as death toll reach 15 in southeast US
ADEL, Georgia (AP) — Deadly weather in the Southeast killed 15 people and injured dozens more, authorities said Sunday, as residents along the Georgia-Florida line braced for more intense, fast-moving storms — including unusually strong "long track" twisters.
- Trump's victory creates uncertainty for wind and solar power
HONOLULU (AP) — President Donald Trump has disputed climate change, pledged a revival of coal and disparaged wind power, and his nominee to head the Energy Department was once highly skeptical of the agency's value. What this means for states' efforts to promote renewable energy is an open question.
- Community once home to Norman Rockwell scared after homicide
EAST ARLINGTON, Vt. (AP) — People in a normally bucolic Vermont town, which regularly celebrates its history as the mid-20th Century home of Norman Rockwell, are being told to lock their doors and leave their lights on after an elderly woman was stabbed to death in her home.
- In debt and afraid: dealing with debt collectors
It's a scary place to be — in debt and afraid.
- No more nerds, sex bombs: Female animators draw away clichés
SANTA CLARITA, Calif. (AP) — The California Institute of the Arts was created partly by Walt Disney's desire to bring more top-flight animators into the profession. And it has during its 47 years, though for a long time almost all were men.
- Ex-hostage's daughter finds dad's love by meeting his captor
NEW YORK (AP) — She tried drugs. She tried arguing. She tried writing a book. After a quarter century, the daughter of the longest-held American hostage during Lebanon's civil war says she's found her father's love. And it took coming face-to-face with one of his captors to do it.
- Some question push for tougher penalties for attacking cops
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — Gov. Eric Greitens is pushing to toughen Missouri's already stiff penalties for attacking a police officer, reflecting similar efforts underway in other states and pleasing many in Missouri's law enforcement community, which has been on the defensive since the police killing of an unarmed black 18-year-old in Ferguson more than two years ago.
- Rhode Island governor looks to pioneer free tuition for all
PROVIDENCE, R.I. (AP) — A college-for-all idea that sparked Democratic voter enthusiasm during the presidential race could now be tested in the smallest state.
- The Latest: Georgia governor declares state of emergency
ATLANTA (AP) — The Latest on severe weather gusting through the southeastern U.S. (all times local):
- AP PHOTOS: Women's marches flood parks, streets worldwide
Masses of people flooded parks, streets and city squares around the world Saturday marching in solidarity in a show of empowerment and a stand against President Donald Trump.