AG Lynch defends decision on Clinton email inquiry

WASHINGTON (AP) — Attorney General Loretta Lynch steadfastly defended her decision to close the Hillary Clinton email investigation without criminal charges, insisting Tuesday that she simply accepted the unanimous recommendation of career FBI investigators and attorneys.

  • Written by ERIC TUCKER, Associated Press, ERICA WERNER, Associated Press

Nobel winner Malala promotes education at Kenya refugee camp

DADAAB, Kenya (AP) — Nobel laureate Malala Yousafzai visited the world's largest refugee camp on her 19th birthday Tuesday and voiced concern that Kenya's plans to close it could create "a generation lost."

  • Written by TOM ODULA, Associated Press

Clinton receives long-awaited endorsement from Sanders

PORTSMOUTH, N.H. (AP) — A contentious Democratic primary fight ended Tuesday with hugs, handshakes and thank yous, as Bernie Sanders told supporters that their "political revolution" was dependent upon getting Hillary Clinton elected as the country's next president.

  • Written by KEN THOMAS, Associated Press, KATHLEEN RONAYNE, Associated Press

Police shooting strikes fear in city marked by its diversity

DALLAS (AP) — When the first shots rang out, Marcus Carter was standing on a downtown Dallas street corner. Beau Nazary was tending to customers in his family's Mediterranean restaurant. And Gillian Breidenbach was in her high-rise condo, her teenage son with friends somewhere below the gleaming city landscape shining through her windows.

  • Written by CHRISTINE ARMARIO, Associated Press

Dallas police had taken steps to mend rift with minorities

DALLAS (AP) — When Micah Johnson opened fire on Dallas police in an act of vengeance against white officers, he was attacking a department whose chief has been lauded across the country for taking bold steps to root out bad cops and repair relations with minorities.

  • Written by EMILY SCHMALL, Associated Press