• In this Dec. 6, 1973 file photo, political activist Tom Hayden, husband of Jane Fonda, tells newsmen in Los Angeles that he believes public support was partially responsible for the decision not to send him and others of the Chicago 7 to jail for contempt. Hayden, the famed 1960s anti-war activist who moved beyond his notoriety as a Chicago 8 defendant to become a California legislator, author and lecturer, has died at age 76. His wife, Barbara Williams, says Hayden died on Sunday, Oct. 23, 2016, in Santa Monica of a long illness. (AP Photo/George Brich, File)

    Tom Hayden, famed 1960s anti-war activist, dies at 76

    SANTA MONICA, Calif. (AP) — Tom Hayden, a ’60s anti-war activist whose name became forever linked with the celebrated Chicago 7 trial, Vietnam War protests and his ex-wife Jane Fonda, has died. He was 76.

  • In this Thursday, Oct. 13, 2016 photo, vehicles pass by as Jonathan Annicks poses for a portrait in front of his home, just a few feet from where a gunman shot him while he was inside his brother's parked car in Chicago on April 10. He has little interest in the shooter. "If I lived with spite every day, then I don't think I would be able to function properly," he says. "I'd be very miserable if I were worrying about what he's doing or where he is. I don't think it's worth it." (AP Photo/Charles Rex Arbogast)

    In year of 3,000 shootings, a teen faces life beyond bullet

    CHICAGO (AP) — He suddenly felt as if a hot wire had torn through his chest. It hurt to breathe.

  • Judge to mull disbanding polygamous towns’ police agency

    PHOENIX (AP) — A court hearing begins Monday to explore the federal government’s bid to disband the shared police department for two polygamous towns in Arizona and Utah that were found by a jury to have discriminated against nonbelievers on the basis of religion.

  • In this Tuesday, Sept. 20, 2016, image made from video, Clarence Henderson, a participant in the Feb. 1, 1960, sit-in at a Greensboro, N.C., Woolworth lunch counter, speaks at a campaign event in High Point, N.C., in support of Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump. Henderson has been criticized for his stance, with many taking to Twitter to accuse him of abandoning the principles he fought so hard for more than half a century ago. (AP Photo/Alex Sanz)

    Civil rights hero from 60s takes criticism as Trump backer

    HIGH POINT, N.C. (AP) — Clarence Henderson was hailed as a hero nearly 60 years ago when as a young black man he participated in a sit-in at a segregated North Carolina lunch counter.

  • Al Zamalek's Ahmed Tawfik, left, fights for the ball during the CAF Champions League Final second leg soccer match between Al Zamalek and Mamelodi Sundowns, at the Borg El Arab Stadium in Alexandria, Egypt, Sunday, Oct. 23, 2016. (AP Photo/Ahmed Gamil)

    South Africa’s Sundowns win African Champions League

    ALEXANDRIA, Egypt (AP) — South Africa’s Mamelodi Sundowns won the African Champions League on Sunday by surviving waves of second-half attacks from Egypt’s Zamalek to hold on for a 3-1 aggregate victory in the two-leg final.

  • A demonstrator throws stones toward French riot police officers during clashes in a makeshift migrant camp near Calais, northern France, on Saturday, Oct. 22, 2016. French authorities say the closure of the slum-like camp in Calais will start on Monday and will last approximately a week in what they describe as a "humanitarian" operation. (AP Photo/Emilio Morenatti)

    Fear and questions hang over doomed French migrant camp

    CALAIS, France (AP) — Migrants prayed, plotted and played soccer together Sunday, a day before France starts clearing them by the thousands from a makeshift refugee camp that is doomed for destruction.

  • FILE – In this Oct. 31, 2005, file photo, U.S. Circuit Judge Damon Keith, right, and television host and producer Oprah Winfrey, left, listen to speeches during a memorial service for civil rights activist Rosa Parks at the Metropolitan African Methodist Episcopal Church in Washington. U.S. Circuit Judge Damon Keith and other black judges have emotionally recalled the civil rights era in opinions they've filed in Ohio's longest-running voting rights lawsuit. (AP Photo/Ron Thomas, File)

    Black judges in voting dispute recall civil rights fight

    COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — In Ohio’s decade-old voting lawsuit, federal appeals Judge Damon Keith said he was “deeply saddened and distraught” with a majority opinion last month and filled 11 pages with photographs of those slain in the fight for civil rights.

  • Immigration status serves as barrier for some students

    SANTA FE, N.M. (AP) — Some students say they’re losing out despite a New Mexico law that allows them in-state tuition at public colleges or universities and state-funded financial aid regardless of their immigration status.

  • In this Nov. 3, 2015 file photo, the Keystone Steele City pumping station, into which the planned Keystone XL pipeline is to connect to, is seen in Steele City, Neb. Hacked emails show Hillary Clinton’s campaign wrestled with how to announce her opposition to construction of the controversial Keystone XL pipeline without losing the support of labor unions that supported to project. Emails published this week by WikiLeaks show debate and confusion within the Clinton camp as it faced down the unexpectedly strong primary challenge by liberal Sen. Bernie Sanders, who opposed the pipeline. (AP Photo/Nati Harnik, File)

    Emails show Clinton campaign attention to black voters.

    WASHINGTON (AP) — Hacked emails from the personal account of Hillary Clinton’s top campaign official show some of the attention her team paid to courting black voters.

  • CORRECTS POOL SOURCE TO THE CINCINNATI ENQUIRER - Ray Tensing enters Judge Megan Shanahan's courtroom for his pre-trial hearing on Friday, Oct. 14, 2016, in Cincinnati. The former University of Cincinnati police officer is charged with killing Sam DuBose, an unarmed black man during a traffic stop over a missing front license plate.   (Amanda Rossmann /The Cincinnati Enquirer via AP, Pool)

    Cincinnati braces for racially charged police shooting trial

    CINCINNATI (AP) — Under tight courthouse security and close monitoring by local officials concerned about keeping the peace, jury selection begins Tuesday for the murder trial of a white university police officer charged with killing an unarmed black man during a traffic stop.