In Woody Allen, media & moviegoers again confront ambiguity

CANNES, France (AP) — The latest explosion of allegations against Woody Allen has returned moviegoers to a familiar place: debating the ethics of watching — and possibly loving — Allen's films. This time, much of the soul searching is being done by film critics and reporters.

  • Written by JAKE COYLE, AP Film Writer

Gov't asks for patience as airport security lines grow

WASHINGTON (AP) — Facing a growing backlash over extremely long airport security lines, Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson on Friday asked fliers "to be patient" as the government takes steps to get them onto planes more quickly.

  • Written by SCOTT MAYEROWITZ, AP Business Writers MARCY GORDON, AP Business Writers

Register for draft: It's what a man's got to do, and women?

WASHINGTON (AP) — Congress is on the verge of ordering young women to register for a military draft for the first time in history, touching off outrage among social conservatives who fear the move is another step toward blurring gender lines.

  • Written by RICHARD LARDNER, Associated Press

Crowds to line streets to honor US Navy SEAL killed in Iraq

SAN DIEGO (AP) — Schoolchildren, retired Navy officers and throngs of others were expected to line the streets of the Southern California military town of Coronado on Friday to honor a special warfare operator killed in Iraq.

  • Written by JULIE WATSON, Associated Press