• Deliberations by Texas jury prompts missing person report

    WACO, Texas (AP) — One juror in a Central Texas robbery trial apparently forgot to tell her family she’d be working late deliberating in the case, prompting relatives to file a missing person report.

  • Israeli TV journalist becomes a thorn in Netanyahu’s side

    This Oct. 29, 2014 photo made at Channel 10 studios in Givatayim near Tel Aviv, Israel, shows Raviv Drucker, Channel 10 TV's investigative reporter who has exposed scandal after scandal about the Israeli leader Benjamin Netanyahu. Netanyahu has berated him, sued him and even reportedly tried to get him fired in a visceral campaign to counter his critics. (AP Photo/Tomer Appelbaum)

    JERUSALEM (AP) — After a series of embarrassing reports about Israel’s first family, an investigative journalist has become a particular target of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.

  • Campus attack could be latest terror case in heartland state

    FILE – This Jan. 14, 2015, file photo made available by the Butler County Jail in Hamilton, Ohio, shows Christopher Lee Cornell of Green Township in suburban Cincinnati. The sentencing of Christopher Lee Cornell, accused of plotting to attack the U.S. Capitol in support of the Islamic State group, has been rescheduled to Monday, Dec. 5, 2016, after he pleaded guilty Aug. 1, 2016, to three federal charges stemming from his Jan. 14, 2015, arrest. A car-and-knife attack at Ohio State University on Monday, Nov. 28, 2016, is the latest in a series of cases involving young men who apparently became radicalized in the heartland state. (Butler County Jail via AP, File)

    CINCINNATI (AP) — Authorities are investigating terrorism as a possible motive in the car-and-knife attack on the Ohio State University campus, the latest in a series of cases involving young men who apparently became radicalized in the heartland state.

  • Guns at zoos? Texas says no while struggling to tame rules

    In this Jan. 26, 2015 file photo, a supporter of open carry gun laws, wears a pistol as he prepares for a rally in support of open carry gun laws at the Capitol, in Austin, Texas. Texas is still sorting out where firearms are allowed, and where they're not, more than a year after Republican Gov. Greg Abbott signed a suite of laws that vastly expanded gun rights. (AP Photo/Eric Gay, File)

    AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — More than a year after Texas Gov. Greg Abbott made firearms, including openly holstered weapons, legal in more places in the state, disputes remain over where guns are allowed — much to the frustration of advocates on both sides of the debate.

  • Lawyers awarded $438,694 in football players’ beating case

    MEMPHIS, Tenn. (AP) — Lawyers for two former University of Memphis football players beaten by police have been awarded nearly $440,000 in attorney fees and costs.

  • Indonesia police release treason suspects, continue probe

    JAKARTA, Indonesia (AP) — Indonesian police said they released eight people Saturday who were arrested a day earlier for suspected treason and other crimes. They said they were continuing to investigate the eight, who include prominent citizens, and that three others who were arrested were still being held for questioning.

  • Death threats and abuse for woman leading Brexit court fight

    In this Thursday, Dec. 1, 2016 photo, Gina Miller, a founder of investment management group SCM Private, pauses, during an interview with The Associated Press in London. The financial entrepreneur says she has received death threats and racial and sexual abuse since she won a High Court ruling forcing the British government to seek Parliamentary approval before leaving the European Union. She’s hired bodyguards and made “different arrangements’’ for her children at school. (AP Photo/Matt Dunham)

    LONDON (AP) — Gina Miller is paying the price for going to court.

  • Officer: Woman with Cleaves didn’t mention an assault

    FLINT, Mich. (AP) — A police officer says a woman who’s accusing former Michigan State basketball star Mateen Cleaves of sexual assault didn’t indicate a crime had occurred when he talked to her at a Flint-area motel.

  • Alabama inmate seeks execution stay from US Supreme Court

    This undated photo provided by the Alabama Department of Corrections shows Ronald Bert Smith. Smith, who is scheduled to be executed next week, is asking the governor to stop his execution because a judge imposed a death sentence over the jury's 7-5 recommendation of life imprisonment. Smith will be executed Dec. 8 for the 1994 slaying of Huntsville convenience store clerk Casey Wilson. (Alabama Department of Corrections via AP)

    MONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP) — An Alabama inmate on Friday asked the U.S. Supreme Court to stay his upcoming execution to consider whether a judge should have been able to give him a death sentence when the jury recommended life imprisonment.

  • Katt Williams pleads no contest to assault, battery charges

    In this, Oct. 27, 2015, file photo, comedian Katt Williams appears in court for his arraignment on robbery charges in Los Angeles. Williams has pleaded no contest to assault and battery charges stemming from an incident with a bodyguard in north Georgia. The comedian, whose real name is Micah Sierra Williams, was charged in March after authorities said he threatened the man while an acquaintance beat him with a baseball bat. Defense attorney Drew Findling said Williams agreed to a plea deal on Thursday, Dec. 1, 2016. (Frederick M. Brown/Pool via AP, File)

    GAINESVILLE, Ga. (AP) — Katt Williams has pleaded no contest to assault and battery charges stemming from an incident with a bodyguard in north Georgia.