• Correction: Whitney Biennial-Emmett Till Protest story

    NEW YORK (AP) — In a story March 23 about a protest at the Whitney Museum of American Art, The Associated Press erroneously reported the length of the demonstration. Artist Parker Bright spent two days standing in front of a painting of lynching victim Emmett Till, not several days over a week.

  • LAPD: Latinos report fewer sex crimes amid immigration fears

    LOS ANGELES (AP) — The police chief of Los Angeles, a city that is half Latino, found himself in the middle of the national immigration debate on Wednesday after saying there’s a correlation between the Trump administration’s call for stiffer immigration policies and a drop in the number of Hispanics reporting sexual abuse and domestic violence.

  • Sweet 16 teams experiencing all-time high academic success

    ORLANOD, Fla. (AP) — Men’s and women’s basketball teams in this year’s Sweet 16 are graduating more players and experiencing all-time high academic success.

  • UN agency head resigns, stands by Israel ‘apartheid’ report

    BEIRUT (AP) — The head of a Lebanon-based United Nations agency that promotes development in Arab countries resigned Friday, after refusing to withdraw a controversial report concluding that Israel has established an “apartheid regime” that discriminates against Palestinians.