Victims of immigrant crime have advocate in White House

PHOENIX (AP) — Two years ago, Steve Ronnebeck's son was gunned down at work in a Phoenix-area convenience store over a pack of cigarettes. The man accused of pulling the trigger was an immigrant who was in the country illegally and had been released by federal authorities.

  • Written by ASTRID GALVAN , Associated Press

One N.Korean deported, another sought in nerve-agent killing

KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia (AP) — Malaysian authorities on Friday deported the only North Korean detained in the killing of the half brother of North Korea's leader, and issued an arrest warrant for another whose whereabouts are unknown.

  • Written by EILEEN NG , Associated Press

Experts find mass grave at ex-Catholic orphanage in Ireland

DUBLIN (AP) — A mass grave containing the remains of babies and young children has been discovered at a former Catholic orphanage in Ireland, government-appointed investigators announced Friday in a finding that confirmed a local historian's efforts to trace the fates of 800 children who perished at the facility.

  • Written by SHAWN POGATCHNIK , Associated Press

High school makes $24 million from Snap IPO

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — A California high school has made millions of dollars from the initial public offering of shares in Snap Inc., the company behind the Snapchat photo messaging application.


House panel introduces $578 billion Pentagon spending bill

WASHINGTON (AP) — A House panel unveiled a $578 billion spending bill to keep the U.S. armed forces operating through September as President Donald Trump has vowed to add billions more for what he's described as a depleted American military.

  • Written by RICHARD LARDNER , Associated Press