• Tokyo court rejects Ex-Nissan chair Ghosn’s bail request

    TOKYO (AP) — A Tokyo court rejected former Nissan chairman Carlos Ghosn’s latest request for bail on Tuesday, more than two months after his arrest.

  • Stocks subdued as Chinese growth falls to weakest since ’90

    BANGKOK (AP) — World stocks were subdued Monday after China reported its slowest economic expansion in 30 years and the International Monetary Fund cut its forecasts for global growth this year.

  • AP FACT CHECK: Shared French-German UN seat? Not in treaty

    PARIS (AP) — The leaders of France and Germany are preparing to sign a treaty Tuesday that will deepen the alliance between their countries in Europe and internationally. One provision says the governments in both nations will work to get Germany accepted as a permanent member of the U.N. Security Council, where it now is one of 10 non-permanent members.

  • The Latest: Poland suggests time limit on Irish backstop

    LONDON (AP) — The Latest on Britain’s exit from the European Union (all times local):

  • AP FACT CHECK: Trump’s murky claims on weather, shutdown

    WASHINGTON (AP) — There’s nothing like a cold snap to bring out the global-warming skepticism of President Donald Trump.

  • Democrats aren’t buying Trump’s shutdown-ending ‘compromise’

    WASHINGTON (AP) — Thirty days into the partial government shutdown, Democrats and Republicans appeared no closer to ending the impasse Sunday than when it began, with President Donald Trump lashing out at his opponents after they dismissed a plan he’d billed as a compromise.

  • AP FACT CHECK: Trump’s twists on Russia, shutdown, vets

    WASHINGTON (AP) — It was a week of half-truths, changed stories and outright fabrications in President Donald Trump’s Washington.

  • More lenient state laws could chill low-alcohol beer market

    OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — Beer snobs are raising their mugs to a stronger brew in three states that once forbade grocers from selling anything but low-alcohol brands, and the changes could indirectly chill the industry in two others where such regulations remain.

  • Arizona is only state where tribes avoid Medicaid work rules

    FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. (AP) — Arizona has become the only state in the country where members of federally recognized tribes are exempt from work or volunteer requirements for Medicaid benefits, while 120,000 state residents risk losing health coverage if they don’t comply.

  • Travel industry fears damage from a long government shutdown

    America’s busiest airport, Atlanta’s Hartsfield-Jackson International, is a blur of activity on the best of days. But an extra layer of anxiety gripped the airport Friday, the eve of a three-day holiday weekend. The partial government shutdown — the longest ever — has thinned the ranks of federal workers who staff airport security lines. And some travelers had braced for the worst.