Brazil's Lula will turn himself in to police

SAO BERNARDO DO CAMPO, Brazil (AP) — Former Brazilian President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva told thousands of supporters Saturday that he would turn himself in to police, but also maintained his innocence and argued his corruption conviction was simply a way for enemies to make sure he doesn't run — and possibly win — re-election in October.

  • Written by By MAURICIO SAVARESE and PETER PRENGAMAN , Associated Press

FEMA: Puerto Rico running out of time as storm season nears


SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico (AP) — The administrator of the U.S. Federal Emergency Management Agency said Friday it will take up to an estimated $50 billion to help rebuild Puerto Rico from Hurricane Maria and warned that the U.S. territory is not ready for another disaster.


  • Written by By DANICA COTO , Associated Press

Russian embassy seeks Boris Johnson meeting over spy case


LONDON (AP) — Russia's embassy in London on Saturday sought a meeting with British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson over the poisoning of a former Russian spy, saying its dealings with Britain over the issue had been "utterly unsatisfactory."

  • Written by By JILL LAWLESS , Associated Press

Did Cambridge Analytica get your data? You'll know soon

NEW YORK (AP) — Anyone who's been wondering if their private Facebook data might have been swept up in the Cambridge Analytica scandal will soon get their first clues.


  • Written by By BARBARA ORTUTAY , AP Technology Writer

Stocks dive as US proposes more China tariffs; Dow falls 620


NEW YORK (AP) — Another increase in trade tensions has stocks falling sharply Friday as the U.S. considers an even larger set of tariffs on imports from China and the two countries exchange pointed statements. Technology companies and banks are taking some of the worst losses.

  • Written by By MARLEY JAY , AP Markets Writer