Governor: Black driver wouldn't be dead if he were white

FALCON HEIGHTS, Minn. (AP) — A suburban police officer who killed a black motorist likely wouldn't have fired if the driver had been white, Minnesota's governor declared, jumping into a suddenly reignited national debate over how law enforcement treats people of color.

  • Written by STEVE KARNOWSKI and KYLE POTTER, Associated Press

Louisiana officers cleared in prior use of force complaints

BATON ROUGE, La. (AP) — Four previous "use of force" complaints were lodged against the two white police officers in the video-recorded shooting death of a black man and they were cleared in all of them, according to internal affairs documents released Thursday.


Arizona is site of largest current US measles outbreak

TUCSON, Ariz. (AP) — Health officials in Arizona say the largest current measles outbreak in the United States is in part because some workers at a federal immigration detention center refuse to get vaccinated.

  • Written by By ASTRID GALVAN, Associated Press

As Baghdad protests mount, attack on Shiite shrine kills 26

BAGHDAD (AP) — Protests and anger over the security situation in Iraq mounted Thursday at the site of a massive truck bombing by the Islamic State group earlier this week in Baghdad that killed scores as the death toll continued to rise and a separate attack north of Baghdad killed dozens more.

  • Written by By SUSANNAH GEORGE, Associated Press

APNewsBreak: State Department reopens Clinton emails probe

WASHINGTON (AP) — The State Department is reopening an internal investigation of possible mishandling of classified information by Hillary Clinton and top aides, officials told The Associated Press on Thursday.

  • Written by By BRADLEY KLAPPER, Associated Press