Wounded May vows to stay as UK PM; says Brexit will go on


LONDON (AP) — Spectacularly punished by voters who took away her majority in Parliament, a politically wounded but defiant Theresa May soldiered on Friday as Britain's prime minister, resisting pressure to resign after the failure of a high-stakes election gamble that made the massive challenge of untangling Britain from the European Union only more complex and uncertain.

  • Written by JILL LAWLESS and DANICA KIRKA , Associated Press

Jury to hear Bill Cosby's testimony about quaaludes and sex

NORRISTOWN, Pa. (AP) — Jurors at Bill Cosby's sexual assault trial have heard excerpts from the comedian's lurid, decade-old deposition, but explosive sections about him obtaining quaaludes and giving them to women before sex are yet to come.

  • Written by MARYCLAIRE DALE and MICHAEL R. SISAK , Associated Press

Journal criticized for not consulting black scholars on race

A leading journal of political philosophy took up the Black Lives Matter movement in its June issue without a single contribution from a black academic, triggering an outcry from African-American scholars.

  • Written by ERRIN HAINES WHACK , Associated Press

Democrats: Will new GOP oversight chairman pursue Trump?

WASHINGTON (AP) — Rep. Trey Gowdy is known as a dogged investigator of Hillary Clinton. Now Democrats wonder whether the South Carolina Republican will pursue President Donald Trump with the same vigor he used in going after the Democratic presidential candidate.

  • Written by MATTHEW DALY , Associated Press

TV coverage of Comey testimony comes with plenty of spin

NEW YORK (AP) — The extensive coverage of former FBI Director James Comey's Senate testimony gave Americans time to pause and focus on the slowly unfolding story about President Donald Trump and Russian involvement in the presidential campaign. But there was no rest for partisan spinners.

  • Written by DAVID BAUDER , AP Television Writer