Poll: Americans happy at home, upset with federal government

CHICAGO (AP) — All that talk of an angry America?

An Associated Press-GfK poll finds that most Americans are happy with their friends and family, feel good about their finances and are more or less content at work. It's government, particularly the federal government, that's making them see red.

  • Written by TAMMY WEBBER, Associated Press, EMILY SWANSON, Associated Press

At the Vatican, Sanders blasts 'immoral' wealth inequality

Sanders meets with Pope Francis, calls it a 'real honor'

VATICAN CITY (AP) — Bernie Sanders issued a global call to action at the Vatican on Friday to address "immoral and unsustainable" wealth inequality and poverty, using the high-profile gathering to echo one of the central platforms of his presidential campaign.

  • Written by KEN THOMAS, Associated Press, NICOLE WINFIELD, Associated Press

Financial markets are calmer, but world economy faces risks

WASHINGTON (AP) — The world economy is still sluggish. But at least markets are calmer and China's economic problems look more manageable than they did when the world's top finance officials met in February.

  • Written by PAUL WISEMAN, AP Economics Writers MARTIN CRUTSINGER, AP Economics Writers

Rival camps reflect Brazil's divide amid impeachment

BRASILIA, Brazil (AP) — Separated by only a boulevard, two rival camps of demonstrators in Brazil's capital underscore the sharp ideological divide that is playing out in Congress as lawmakers debate whether to oust the president.

  • Written by JENNY BARCHFIELD, Associated Press