• Pleas filed for 2 Oklahoma brothers in family stabbings

    Updated: 42 min ago

    TULSA, Okla. (AP) — A judge entered not guilty pleas Monday for two brothers charged with stabbing their parents and three siblings to death last month at their suburban Tulsa home. Robert Bever, 18, and Michael Bever, 16, were each charged last week with five counts of first-degree...

  • Police: Tourist from Texas took loaded guns to 9/11 memorial

    Updated: 42 min ago

    NEW YORK (AP) — A tourist from Texas was arrested over the weekend on charges she was packing two loaded handguns at the Sept. 11 memorial in New York City, authorities said Monday. According to a criminal complaint, Elizabeth Enderli was visiting the site Saturday when she informed a...

  • Whaley: Bills have exchanged contract proposals with Dareus

    Updated: 43 min ago

    PITTSFORD, N.Y. (AP) — Buffalo Bills general manager Doug Whaley says the team has exchanged contract proposals with defensive tackle Marcell Dareus, and hopes a deal can be reached before the start of the season. Whaley is confident a front-runner will emerge in the team's three-way...

  • US manufacturing growth slows in July

    Updated: 44 min ago

    WASHINGTON (AP) — U.S. factories were a little less busy last month. The Institute for Supply Management's manufacturing index slipped to 52.7 last month from 53.5 in June. Economists had expected the index to remain unchanged. Any reading above 50 indicates growth. The index was...

  • New Mexico governor: Keep worshipping after church blasts

    Updated: 46 min ago

    LAS CRUCES, N.M. (AP) — The governor told New Mexico residents to keep attending houses of worship after small explosions outside two churches put parishioners on edge. There were no injuries or deaths from the small blasts that occurred Sunday just 20 minutes and a few miles apart,...

  • Zimbabwean operator says American hunter didn't break law

    Updated: 50 min ago

    HARARE, Zimbabwe (AP) — An American accused of killing a lion in an allegedly illegal hunt in Zimbabwe in April did not break any laws and acted in good faith, a safari operator who worked for the American said Monday. Landowner Headman Sibanda said in a telephone interview with The...

  • New York attorney general to investigate woman's jail death

    Updated: 51 min ago

    WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. (AP) — The state's top prosecutor said Monday that he will investigate the jail cell death of a mother of eight who waited two days for arraignment on a shoplifting arrest. Attorney General Eric Schneiderman said his office will take over the investigation into what...

  • Hunters in Africa say they have a role in conservation

    Updated: 53 min ago

    JOHANNESBURG (AP) — In 1909-10, Theodore Roosevelt headed a Smithsonian hunting and trapping expedition in Africa that included colleagues who prepared the wildlife he killed for shipment back to America. The former U.S. president and his son, Kermit, shot hundreds of animals....

  • Whistle-blower lawsuit settled in Navy kickbacks case

    Updated: 55 min ago

    PROVIDENCE, R.I. (AP) — A couple from Georgia who filed a lawsuit that blew the whistle on wrongdoing by a longtime U.S. Navy employee and Navy contractors has agreed to settle for $90,000. A federal judge in Rhode Island on Monday agreed to dismiss the lawsuit after the sides agreed...

  • W.Va. Democrat says he'll vote to end Planned Parenthood aid

    Updated: 1 hr ago

    WASHINGTON (AP) — West Virginia Democratic Sen. Joe Manchin says he will back a Republican bill cutting off federal aid for Planned Parenthood. Manchin is a moderate and his decision Monday was not a complete surprise. Even so, Republicans were still expected to lose a Senate vote...

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