• Cowboys’ Elliott clear for Sunday at Redskins; hearing set

    NEW YORK (AP) — Dallas Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott will play at least one more game before another ruling from a federal judge on his six-game suspension over domestic violence allegations.

  • South Korean Olympic organizers downplay concern over NKorea

    ANCIENT OLYMPIA, Greece (AP) — South Korea’s Olympic organizers played down concern over ongoing tensions with North Korea on Monday and also said that work has been completed on all venues for the 2018 Pyeongchang Games.

    Updated: 8:09 am

  • States to ask judge to keep health subsidies cut by Trump

    SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — The top lawyers for 19 states will urge a federal judge Monday to force President Donald Trump’s administration to pay health care subsidies he abruptly cut off earlier this month.

    Updated: 7:37 am

  • Bergdahl could get life in prison for endangering comrades

    FORT BRAGG, N.C. (AP) — Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl will appear Monday before a military judge who will determine his punishment for endangering comrades by walking off his post in Afghanistan. Before delivering his sentence, the judge will have to resolve a last-minute defense argument that new comments by President Donald Trump have tainted the case.

    Updated: 7:43 am

  • 65 bodies of civilians found in Syrian town taken from IS

    BEIRUT (AP) — The bodies of at least 67 Syrian civilians, many summarily killed by the Islamic State group, have been discovered in a central town in Syria retaken from IS by government troops over the weekend, the Syrian government and activists said Monday.

    Updated: 5:24 am

  • Politics on display as Letterman receives Mark Twain Prize

    WASHINGTON (AP) — David Letterman was never known as a particularly political comedian, preferring a detached irony-drenched tone that favored the surreal and silly over topical humor. But there was an unmistakable political tint to much of Sunday night’s ceremony to present Letterman with the Mark Twain award for American humor.

  • In Virginia’s Trump country, low enthusiasm for Republican

    POUND, Va. (AP) — People in Virginia’s coal country still love President Donald Trump, but not his pick to be their next governor.

  • After election win, Abe prioritizes North Korea, aging Japan

    TOKYO (AP) — Fresh off a decisive election victory, Japan’s leader pledged Monday to tackle what he called Japan’s two national crises: the military threat from North Korea and an aging and shrinking population.

  • The Latest: IS oil production is greatly reduced since 2014

    BEIRUT (AP) — The Latest on the war in Syria (all times local):

  • As far right rises, LGBTQ gun group hits firing line in NY

    ROCHESTER, N.Y. (AP) — The former pacifist pumped a shotgun at the firing line.

    Updated: 6:57 am