• Tribes hope Trump’s ‘America first’ helps first Americans

    BOSTON (AP) — Native Americans hope President Donald Trump doesn’t forget America’s first inhabitants as he promises to put “America first.”

    Updated: 1:46 pm

  • Trump raps ‘criminal’ leaks, ‘dishonest’ media, ‘bad’ judges

    WASHINGTON (AP) — Aggrieved and spoiling for a fight, Donald Trump used a marathon encounter with reporters Thursday to denounce the “criminal” leaks that took down his top national security adviser and revived questions about his own ties to Russia. But he offered only a lawyerly denial that his campaign aides had been in touch with Russian officials before last fall’s election.

  • French prosecutors maintain probe into candidate Fillon

    PARIS (AP) — French financial prosecutors have decided to continue their investigation into embezzlement allegations against conservative presidential candidate Francois Fillon.

  • Indonesian capital votes in test for moderate values

    JAKARTA, Indonesia (AP) — Voting was underway in the election for governor of the Indonesian capital after a divisive campaign in which the monumental problems facing Jakarta took a backseat to religious intolerance and racial bigotry.

  • Recent Trump win on China trademark raises ethics questions

    SHANGHAI (AP) — President Donald Trump’s triumph in the fight to wrest back his brand for construction services in China could spell the end of more than 225 Trump-related marks here that don’t belong to him, including Trump toilets, Trump condoms, Trump pacemakers and even a “Trump International Hotel.”

  • Recent Trump win on China trademark raises ethics questions

    SHANGHAI (AP) — There’s a Trump toilet, a Trump condom, a Trump pacemaker and even a Trump International Hotel among hundreds of trademarks in China that don’t belong to Donald Trump. But after a decade of grinding battle in China’s courts, the president was expected to get an unlikely win this week: the rights to his own name.

  • Supreme Court nominee has defended free speech, religion

    Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch has been a defender of free speech and a skeptic of libel claims, an Associated Press review of his rulings shows. His record puts him at odds with President Donald Trump’s disdain for journalists and tendency to lash out at critics.