- 10 stabbed, beaten at white nationalist rally in California
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Ten people suffered stab wounds and other injuries on Sunday after members of a white nationalist group that planned to rally outside the California state Capitol building in Sacramento clashed with a larger group of counter protesters, authorities said.
- More storms on tap for flood-ravaged West Virginia
ANSTED, W.Va. (AP) — As West Virginians continued surveying damage in a state so devastated by floods that one said her community "smelled like death," residents braced for the prospect of more rain.
- Heading out of town: Independence Day travel to break record
NEW YORK (AP) — It's going to be a busy holiday weekend on the nation's highways.
- Rainbow flags, images of shooting victims at pride parades
NEW YORK (AP) — Rainbow flags were held high along with portraits of the dead as thousands of people marched Sunday in gay pride parades tempered by this month's massacre at a Florida gay nightclub.
- Fake monks? Buddhist leaders warn NYC tourists to be wary
NEW YORK (AP) — New York City Buddhist leaders are sounding the alarm to tourists: Beware the "fake monks."
- Leader to be sentenced in Ohio egg farm forced labor case
TOLEDO, Ohio (AP) — The leader of a scheme to smuggle teens into the U.S. and keep them as virtual slaves at an Ohio egg farm is scheduled to be sentenced Monday.
- Trial resumes for sister charged in fatal church beating
UTICA, N.Y. (AP) — Testimony is scheduled to resume in the murder trial of a New York woman accused of taking part in a group attack during a church counseling session that killed her half brother and injured another.
- Police: Man fatally shoots girlfriend with crossbow
PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Police say they've arrested a man who fatally shot his girlfriend with a crossbow in Philadelphia.
- Firefighters advance on deadly central California wildfire
LAKE ISABELLA, Calif. (AP) — Firefighters advanced Sunday on a wildfire in central California that has claimed two lives and burned 200 homes.
- Owners of AR-style firearms defend their weapon of choice
ATLANTA (AP) — Karen Butler still remembers the first time she picked up an AR-15-style rifle a decade ago.