Different speeds: A glance at the EU's various clubs

BERLIN (AP) — The European Union is already operating at several different speeds, even before Britain's vote to leave raised new questions about whether the bloc should be more integrated or give more power back to its member countries.

  • Written by GEIR MOULSON, Associated Press

Stopped 52 times by police: Was it racial profiling?

MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — When Philando Castile saw the flashing lights in his rearview mirror, it wasn't unusual. He had been pulled over at least 52 times in recent years in and around the Twin Cities and given citations for minor offenses including speeding, driving without a muffler and not wearing a seat belt.

  • Written by CARLA K. JOHNSON and STEVE KARNOWSKI, Associated Press

Killer robot used by Dallas police opens ethical debate

When Dallas police used a bomb-carrying robot to kill a sniper, they also kicked off an ethical debate about technology's use as a crime-fighting weapon.

  • Written by MICHAEL LIEDTKE and BREE FOWLER, AP Technology Writers

'Gentle' Georgia man accused of using 911 to ambush officer

VALDOSTA, Ga. (AP) — Police say a Georgia police officer and his assailant should survive a shootout that began with an ambush only hours after a sniper in Dallas killed five officers and wounded seven more.

  • Written by GARY FINEOUT and RUSS BYNUM, Associated Press

Dallas suspect amassed personal arsenal at suburban home

DALLAS (AP) — An Army veteran killed by Dallas police after he fatally shot five officers amassed a personal arsenal at his suburban home, including bomb-making materials, bulletproof vests, rifles, ammunition and a journal of combat tactics, authorities said Friday.

  • Written by WILL WEISSERT, Associated Press