National legal network formed to combat sex discrimination

NEW YORK (AP) — A prominent women's rights advocacy group has recruited more than 70 attorneys from 15 states to form a national legal network intended to assist women and girls who are victims of sex discrimination.

  • Written by By DAVID CRARY , AP National Writer

Last Kerner Commission member haunted, hopeful on race in US

CORRALES, N.M. (AP) — Nearly 50 years after the Kerner Commission studied the causes of deadly riots in America's cities, its last surviving member says he remains haunted that its recommendations on U.S. race relations and poverty were never adopted.

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  • Written by By RUSSELL CONTRERAS , Associated Press

AP-NORC Poll: Most don't want young immigrants deported

WASHINGTON (AP) — Just 1 in 5 Americans want to deport young immigrants brought to the United States as children and now here illegally, the focus of a politically fraught debate between the White House and Congress.


  • Written by By ADRIANA GOMEZ LICON and EMILY SWANSON , Associated Press

1,000 leads later, authorities still stumped by Vegas gunman

LAS VEGAS (AP) — More than a week after the deadliest mass shooting in modern U.S. history investigators are stumped about the key question: What led a 64-year-old high-stakes gambler to kill 58 people and wound hundreds of others at a country music concert?

It's an answer they may never find.

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  • Written by By KEN RITTER and MICHAEL BALSAMO , Associated Press

Trump urged by some to go on the attack against Mueller


WASHINGTON (AP) — Even as President Donald Trump's advisers encourage him to accept the realities of special counsel Robert Mueller's probe, longtime friends and allies are pushing Trump to fight back, citing concerns that his lawyers are naive to the existential threat facing the president.

  • Written by By TOM LOBIANCO and ERIC TUCKER , Associated Press