As US housing recovers, low incomes keep Detroit far behind

DETROIT (AP) — Ann and Oscar Mack had fallen behind on property taxes and knew they faced foreclosure on their home of 20 years. But they didn't know their house on Maiden Street, in a blighted east side Detroit neighborhood, was already listed for auction.

  • Written by COREY WILLIAMS, Associated Press

DIVIDED AMERICA: Will Trump energize the Latino vote?

LAS VEGAS (AP) — It's a persistent paradox in American politics: Many Hispanic families have an immense personal stake in what happens on Election Day, but despite population numbers that should mean political power, Hispanics often can't vote, aren't registered to vote, or simply choose to sit out.

  • Written by SERGIO BUSTOS, Associated Press NICHOLAS RICCARDI, Associated Press

Philippine leader links 150 judges, politicians to drugs

MANILA, Philippines (AP) — Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte publicly linked more than 150 judges, mayors, lawmakers, police and military personnel to illegal drugs Sunday, ordering them to surrender for investigation as he ratcheted up his bloody war against what he calls a "pandemic."

  • Written by JIM GOMEZ, Associated Press

A star rises from poverty, is killed defying Pakistan norms

SHAH SADDERUDD, Pakistan (AP) — Like most of the men in this village of mud homes and wooden carts pulled by water buffalo, Muhammed Azeem cannot read or write. Like the other fathers, he raised a family of six boys and three girls on whatever he could coax out of a soil baked by the searing Punjab sun.

  • Written by KATHY GANNON, Associated Press