Nations battle cyberattack damages; UK focuses on hospitals

LONDON (AP) — Teams of technicians worked "round the clock" Saturday to restore hospital computer systems in Britain and check transport services in other nations after a global cyberattack that hit dozens of countries crippled the U.K.'s health system. In Russia, where a wide array of systems came under attack, officials said services had been restored or the virus contained.

  • Written by SYLVIA HUI and JIM HEINTZ, Associated Press

Arizona police: Woman switched flour for formula

TUCSON, Ariz. (AP) — A Tucson woman is accused of substituting flour for infant formula in containers returned to several local stores for refunds, and police have warned the public to check formula containers' seals for tampering.


Trump suggests he might drop daily press briefings

NEW YORK (AP) — President Donald Trump threatened to shut down daily press briefings Friday as he sought to defend his White House from criticism of its shifting explanations and misstatements about the firing of FBI Director James Comey.

  • Written by DAVID BAUDER , AP Television Writer

Speeding Amtrak engineer charged in 2015 crash that killed 8

PHILADELPHIA (AP) — The state's top prosecutor on Friday charged a speeding Amtrak engineer with causing a catastrophe, involuntary manslaughter and other crimes in a deadly 2015 derailment that came after he accelerated to 106 mph on a 50 mph curve.

  • Written by MARYCLAIRE DALE, Associated Press