Attorney says adoptee from South Korea deported from US

SALEM, Ore. (AP) — A man who was adopted from South Korea almost four decades ago by Americans has been deported to his native country, his attorney and a government official said Thursday.

  • Written by ANDREW SELSKY, Associated Press

Trump's election triggers flood of immigration questions

CHICAGO (AP) — Immigration hotlines are buzzing. Legal clinics are seeing an influx of clients. Public schools are fielding frantic questions from parents and students.

  • Written by SOPHIA TAREEN, Associated Press

'I want to live': UK girl gets wish to be frozen after death

LONDON (AP) — The teenage girl's instructions were direct: She didn't want to be buried, but to be frozen — with the hope she can continue her life in the future when cancer is cured.

  • Written by GREGORY KATZ, Associated Press

Beyond rooms and homes: Airbnb adding tours and activities

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Not content with just renting out spare rooms and vacant homes, Airbnb is adding local tours and activities like surfing lessons and pub crawls to its travel services in major cities around the world.

  • Written by BRANDON BAILEY, AP Technology Writer

APNewsBreak: Report: Mall attack suspect had violent history

SEATTLE (AP) — New documents released in a deadly shooting at a Washington state mall reveal the man accused of killing five people had a history of violence against his family and girlfriend.

  • Written by MARTHA BELLISLE, Associated Press