• Musk faces deposition with Twitter ahead of October trial

    WILMINGTON, Del. (AP) — Tesla CEO Elon Musk won a reprieve from questioning by Twitter lawyers Monday, according to several press reports. The billionaire had been scheduled to give a deposition in his high-stakes court fight with Twitter over whether he has to follow through with his agreement to buy the social platform for $44 billion.

    Updated: 8:12 pm

  • Harrowing film tells of Las Vegas shooting and its aftermath

    NEW YORK (AP) — A pair of cowboy boots that Ashley Hoff never thought she would see again helped unlock a powerful story about the worst mass shooting in modern U.S. history.

  • Arizona abortion clinics send women to other states

    PHOENIX (AP) — When an Arizona judge ruled last week that prosecutors can resume enforcing a near-total ban on abortion that dates to the Civil War, it fell to the staff at Camelback Family Planning to break the news to the women scheduled for appointments in the coming weeks.

  • New Mexico legislators weigh changes to harassment policies

    SANTA FE, N.M. (AP) — State legislators in New Mexico are reconsidering how they evaluate complaints of sexual misconduct against colleagues, amid outrage about the handling of a complaint against an influential senator.

  • Russia gives citizenship to ex-NSA contractor Edward Snowden

    MOSCOW (AP) — Russia on Monday granted citizenship to former American intelligence contractor Edward Snowden, who fled prosecution after he revealed highly classified U.S. surveillance programs to capture communications and data from around the world.

    Updated: 5:48 pm

  • Chief: Man shot by Chicago police infiltrated SWAT training

    CHICAGO (AP) — A man climbed five stories of a fire escape to infiltrate a Chicago police facility Monday while officers were undergoing a SWAT training exercise and grabbed at least two guns before he was shot and wounded by police, the chief said.

    Updated: 5:44 pm

  • Drone attack hits Ukraine; US vows ‘consequences’ over nukes

    KYIV, Ukraine (AP) — A young man shot a Russian military officer at close range at an enlistment office Monday, an unusually bold attack reflecting resistance to Russian President Vladimir Putin’s efforts to mobilize hundreds of thousands of more men to wage war on Ukraine.

    Updated: 5:03 pm

  • Saudi Arabia’s triumphant week reclaims the West’s embrace

    NEW YORK (AP) — Saudi Arabia appears to be leaving behind the stream of negative coverage that the killing of Jamal Khashoggi elicited since 2018. The kingdom is once again being enthusiastically welcomed back into polite and powerful society, and it is no longer as frowned upon to seek Saudi investments or accept their favor.

    Updated: 4:22 pm

  • Navy bribery fugitive ‘Fat Leonard’ seeks Venezuelan asylum

    SAN DIEGO (AP) — The fugitive defense contractor nicknamed “Fat Leonard” who orchestrated a huge bribery scheme involving dozens of U.S. Navy officials, has requested asylum in Venezuela, a law enforcement official said Monday, nearly a week after he was captured in the South American country.

    Updated: 3:58 pm

  • Sheriff Villanueva’s Reelection Campaign Releases New Campaign Video and Fundraising Numbers

    First Debate Raises Critical Questions about Opponent Robert Luna’s History of Violence and Lack of Leadership Abilities