About two dozen people are injured and some homes destroyed after a severe storm strikes the small Texas town of Van.
Shiite rebels and allies in Yemen's armed forces routinely fire anti-aircraft guns at Saudi-led warplanes; a pause in fighting to allow in humanitarian aid is expected to start Tuesday.
With lowered flags and prayers, Hattiesburg is mourning two officers, and the four people arrested after their shooting deaths are slated to appear in court.
The refugees apparently were left after human traffickers abandoned their virtual prison ships and left them to fend for themselves.
The Caribbean nation's overhaul of the system includes steps to close bad orphanages and protect parents from being manipulated into giving up their children.
A new type of blood test is starting to transform treatment, sparing patients the surgical and needle biopsies.
AP's Jake Pearson reports that the performance of the private health care provider failed to improve last year amid heightened scrutiny over inmate deaths.
Critics call private bus, shuttle services that offer spacious seating, free Wi-Fi and wait service another sign of elitism in San Francisco.
After getting clearance in California to drive on public roads, four of the some 50 self-driving cars have gotten into accidents since September, AP's Justin Pritchard finds.
The pop star takes the stage before thousands dressed in gray in tribute to a man whose death in police custody prompted riots and drew international attention.