Judge asked to lift hold on Yellowstone irrigation dam

BILLINGS, Mont. (AP) — U.S. government attorneys are asking a federal judge to lift an injunction blocking a proposed Yellowstone River irrigation dam that wildlife advocates say could doom an endangered fish.

  • Written by MATTHEW BROWN , Associated Press

Israeli leader vows new settlement as outpost is dismantled

AMONA, West Bank (AP) — Israel's prime minister on Thursday vowed to establish a new West Bank settlement "as soon as possible," promising to make up for the court-ordered demolition of an illegal settler outpost.

  • Written by ALON BERNSTEIN , Associated Press

6 counts of murder for Quebec mosque attack suspect

QUEBEC CITY (AP) — A French Canadian known for far-right, nationalist views was charged Monday with six counts of first-degree murder and five counts of attempted murder over the shooting rampage at a Quebec City mosque that Canada's prime minister called an act of terrorism against Muslims.

 

  • Written by TRACEY LINDEMAN and ROB GILLIES , Associated Press

Breitbart editor's Berkeley talk nixed amid violent protest

BERKELEY, Calif. (AP) — A crowd protesting a far-right commentator's appearance at the University of California at Berkeley hurled smoke bombs, broke windows and sparked a massive bonfire, prompting officials to call off the event.

  • Written by JOCELYN GECKER , Associated Press