UK Treasury chief appeals for calm as companies eye move

LONDON (AP) — Britain's Treasury chief sought Monday to ease concerns about the vote to leave the European Union, saying the economy is as strong as it could be to face the uncertainty — even as a survey showed many companies are looking to move business out of the country.

  • Written by DANICA KIRKA, Associated Press

British political turmoil deepens after EU referendum

LONDON (AP) — Britain's shocking decision to remove itself from the European Union brought more political turmoil Sunday as Scotland's leader threatened to block the move and the opposition Labour Party's leader faced a coup attempt from his own legislators.

  • Written by GREGORY KATZ, Associated Press

23 dead in West Virginia floods; search and rescue continues

CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) — Heavy rains that pummeled West Virginia left at least 23 people dead, and authorities said Saturday that an unknown number of people in the hardest-hit county remained unaccounted for.

  • Written by JONATHAN MATTISE, Associated Press BRUCE SCHREINER, Associated Press

Young Colombians look ahead to a peace they've never known

BOGOTA, Colombia (AP) — Carlos Ordonez says he has no idea what peace looks like. The 25 year-old's town has been under constant threat from rebels for as long as he remembers.

  • Written by CESAR GARCIA, Associated Press LIBARDO CARDONA, Associated Press

Experts explore ethics of more trials in Freddie Gray case

BALTIMORE (AP) — Is it ethical for Baltimore's top prosecutor, who staked her reputation on charging six police officers in the death of Freddie Gray, to keep trying for a conviction? Legal experts said Friday that State's Attorney Marilyn Mosby is obligated to consider this question.

  • Written by JULIET LINDERMAN, Associated Press