US stocks tick higher as health care companies rise

NEW YORK (AP) — U.S. stocks are edging higher Tuesday with health care and household goods companies leading the way. Central banks in the U.S. and Japan meet to discuss potential changes in interest rates and stimulus measures. Energy companies are slipping with the price of oil.


APNewsBreak: Nigeria sues over $12B in 'illegal' oil exports

LAGOS, Nigeria (AP) — Nigeria is suing several leading oil companies for $12.7 billion of crude oil that allegedly was exported illegally to the United States between 2011 and 2014, officials said Tuesday.

  • Written by MICHELLE FAUL, Associated Press

FBI says it looked into New York bombing suspect 2 years ago

NEW YORK (AP) — The FBI looked into New York bombing suspect Ahmad Khan Rahami two years ago after his father called with concerns his son was a terrorist, a law enforcement official said Tuesday. But the father later retracted the claim and told investigators he just meant his son was hanging out with the wrong crowd.

  • Written by ERIC TUCKER, Associated Press JAKE PEARSON, Associated Press JENNIFER PELTZ, Associated Press

DC gun law gets hearing before Washington appeals court

WASHINGTON (AP) — Appeals court judges had tough questions Tuesday for attorneys defending a District of Columbia law that makes it difficult for gun owners to get concealed carry permits.

  • Written by JESSICA GRESKO, Associated Press