Trump's new normal: campaign rallies where chaos is expected

CLEVELAND (AP) — Hundreds of police officers, Secret Service agents and private security guards in cars, on foot and on horseback blanketed the area around Donald Trump's campaign rally Saturday afternoon. Dozens of protesters would soon be ejected from the event.

  • Written by THOMAS BEAUMONT, Associated Press JILL COLVIN, Associated Press

Germanwings crash: New rules needed for pilot health issues

LE BOURGET, France (AP) — Aviation agencies around the world should draw up new rules requiring medical workers to warn authorities when a pilot's mental health could threaten public safety, French investigators recommended Sunday after a yearlong probe into the Germanwings plane crash.

  • Written by ANGELA CHARLTON, Associated Press GEIR MOULSON, Associated Press

China pledges new push against 'hostile forces,' separatists

BEIJING (AP) — China's chief prosecutor said Sunday that battling "infiltration, subversion and sabotage by hostile forces" is a key priority this year, with terrorists, ethnic separatists and religious extremists all in his crosshairs.

  • Written by CHRISTOPHER BODEEN, Associated Press

Divers stop search for 3rd Hudson River tugboat crash victim

 

NEW YORK (AP) — Police divers late Sunday stopped searching inside a sunken tugboat for the body of a third crew member who went missing after the boat crashed into a barge on the Hudson River north of New York City.

  • Written by THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

Girls keep out: Female video gamers face vile abuse, threats

NEW YORK (AP) — Nico Deyo, a 33-year-old e-commerce specialist from Milwaukee, used to enjoy mixing it up with players from around the world in the popular online fantasy game "World of Warcraft." Then a stalker began harassing her on the game's forums, impersonating her in the game and, later, sending her barrages of Twitter messages, some threatening her with graphic rape and murder.

  • Written by TALI ARBEL, AP Business Writer