Gorsuch: A high court pick whose writing is down to earth

WASHINGTON (AP) — When Justice Antonin Scalia backed out of a book project with writing partner Bryan Garner, the justice recommended who might take his place. Neil Gorsuch was first on this list.

 

  • Written by MARK SHERMAN , Associated Press

WikiLeaks CIA files: Are they real and are they a risk?

WASHINGTON (AP) — WikiLeaks has published thousands of documents that the anti-secrecy organization said were classified files revealing scores of secrets about CIA hacking tools used to break into targeted computers, cellphones and even smart TVs.

  • Written by STEPHEN BRAUN , Associated Press

China grants preliminary approval to 38 new Trump trademarks

SHANGHAI (AP) — China has granted preliminary approval for 38 new Trump trademarks, paving the way for President Donald Trump and his family to potentially develop a host of branded businesses from hotels to insurance to bodyguard and escort services, public documents show.

  • Written by ERIKA KINETZ , Associated Press

VA secretary wants Congress to extend Choice program

WASHINGTON (AP) — Veterans Affairs Secretary David Shulkin says Congress needs to act quickly to extend a program aimed at widening veterans' access to private-sector health care, pointing to a growing demand for medical treatment outside the Department of Veterans Affairs.

  • Written by HOPE YEN , Associated Press