Ravaged by conflict, Yemen's coast faces rising malnutrition

SANAA, Yemen (AP) — Sitting by her son's hospital bed, Houdaid Masbah looks at her 5-year-old boy's skeletal body and sunken cheeks, helplessness engulfing her like a thick cloud — a desperation she shares with many other mothers in Hodeidah.

  • Written by AHMED AL-HAJ, Associated Press

Diverse America divided on flag, anthem, other symbols

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — The oldest Latino civil rights group in the United States opens every meeting with the Pledge of Allegiance, a tradition resulting from a long fight to prove Hispanics belong in this country.

  • Written by JANIE HAR, Associated Press, RUSSELL CONTRERAS, Associated Press

American men who died fighting Islamic State come home

DENVER (AP) — Three young Americans who never joined the U.S. military but died fighting the Islamic State group in Syria will return home to military-type honors.

  • Written by SADIE GURMAN, Associated Press

Reflective Clinton returns to campaign trail after pneumonia

GREENSBORO, N.C. (AP) — Back on the campaign trail, a reflective Hillary Clinton said Thursday her three-day, doctor-mandated break gave her new perspective on why she's running to be president. She vowed to close her campaign against Donald Trump by giving Americans "something to vote for, not just against."

  • Written by JULIE PACE, Associated Press, LISA LERER, Associated Press