Theresa May is Britain's new leader as Cameron steps aside

LONDON (AP) — Theresa May became Britain's new prime minister on Wednesday, accepting an invitation to govern from Queen Elizabeth II after the resignation of David Cameron. She promised to lead a "one-nation" government dedicated to social justice and making "Britain a country that works for everyone."

  • Written by JILL LAWLESS, Associated Press, DANICA KIRKA, Associated Press

Obama pays tribute to Dallas officers shot in racial attack

DALLAS (AP) — President Barack Obama urged Americans rattled by a week of violence and protests to find "open hearts" and new empathy Tuesday in a speech that seesawed between honoring police officers for their bravery and decrying racial prejudice that can affect their work.

  • Written by DARLENE SUPERVILLE, Associated Press, KATHLEEN HENNESSEY, Associated Press

Inaction on Zika funding likely to delay vaccine testing

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Obama administration on Tuesday cautioned top lawmakers that continued gridlock over legislation to combat the Zika virus could delay research and development of a vaccine to protect against Zika and tests to detect it.

  • Written by ANDREW TAYLOR, Associated Press, MARY CLARE JALONICK, Associated Press

'Pokemon Go' digital popularity is also warping real life

LOS ANGELES (AP) — The "Pokemon Go" craze has sent legions of players hiking around cities and battling with "pocket monsters" on their smartphones. It marks a turning point for augmented reality, or technology that superimposes a digital facade on the real world.

  • Written by RYAN NAKASHIMA, AP Business Writer

Cameron heads out, May comes in: Drama in British politics

LONDON (AP) — David Cameron made his final appearance in Parliament as Britain's leader on Wednesday, turning the normally raucous prime minister's questions session into a time for praise, thanks, gentle ribbing, cheers — all spiced with a sprinkle of criticism.

  • Written by JILL LAWLESS, Associated Press, DANICA KIRKA, Associated Press