What Trump might really do with health care

WASHINGTON (AP) — President-elect Donald Trump has said he may keep some parts of his predecessor's signature health care overhaul. No final decisions have been made. Based on interviews with congressional Republicans, here's a general idea of what goes, what may stay, and what's in doubt:

  • Written by Ricardo Alonso-Zaldivar, Associated Press

2016 results put new focus on Electoral College

WASHINGTON (AP) — The fact that Hillary Clinton most likely won the U.S. popular vote but won't be president has some people wondering, "Wait, why do we do it this way?"

  • Written by NANCY BENAC, Associated Press

Still fighting: Vietnam vets seek help for rare cancer

DANVILLE, Calif. (AP) — Mike Baughman considered himself one of the lucky ones, returning from Vietnam without any major injuries or psychological scars. But after falling ill nearly a half-century later, he found out he did not escape the war after all.

  • Written by ROBIN McDOWELL, Associated Press MARGIE MASON, Associated Press

Singer-Songwriter and poet Leonard Cohen dead at age 82

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Leonard Cohen, the baritone-voiced Canadian singer-songwriter who seamlessly blended spirituality and sexuality in songs like "Hallelujah," ''Suzanne" and "Bird on a Wire," has died at age 82.

  • Written by ANDREW DALTON, Associated Press Writer ROBERT JABLON, Associated Press Writer

Trump lawyers to begin settlement talks on Trump University

SAN DIEGO (AP) — Donald Trump's attorneys on Thursday agreed to enter settlement talks in a class-action fraud lawsuit involving the president-elect and his now-defunct Trump University, raising the possibility of a quick end to the 6 ½-year-old case just before it goes to trial.

  • Written by ELLIOT SPAGAT, Associated Press