• In this photo taken Dec. 19, 2015, Huma Abedin, center, aide to Hillary Clinton, stands on stage after a Democratic presidential primary debate in Manchester, N.H. FBI agents probing whether Hillary Clinton’s use of a private email server imperiled government secrets appear close to completing their work, a process experts say will likely culminate in a sit-down with the former secretary of state.  (AP Photo/Jim Cole)

    Clinton email probe in late stage, FBI may question her

    WASHINGTON (AP) — FBI agents probing whether Hillary Clinton’s use of a private email server imperiled government secrets appear close to completing their work, a process experts say will probably culminate in a sit-down with the former secretary of state.

  • Ex-aide to Gov. Martinez added back to lawsuit over emails

    ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — A former campaign aide to Gov. Susana Martinez has been reinstated as a defendant in a civil lawsuit over email released from the governor’s hijacked email account.

  • Immigration cases deluge New Mexico federal courts

    LAS CRUCES, N.M. (AP) — Criminal felony immigration cases in New Mexico’s federal courts have ballooned in the last five years, according to a recent research study on U.S. courts.

  • In this May 18, 2016, file  photo, Oklahoma Gov. Mary Fallin walks on the floor of the Oklahoma House in Oklahoma City. Gov. Fallin has vetoed legislation that would make it a felony for doctors to perform an abortion, a measure that would have effectively outlawed the procedure in the state. The Republican governor issued her veto Friday, May 20, 2016, saying the bill was vague and would not withstand a legal challenge. (AP Photo/Sue Ogrocki, File)

    Oklahoma governor vetoes bill criminalizing abortion

    OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — The Oklahoma Republican state senator who authored the bill that would effectively outlaw abortion in the state said Saturday that he hasn’t decided whether he’ll try to override the governor’s veto.

  • In this May 18, 2016, file  photo, Oklahoma Gov. Mary Fallin walks on the floor of the Oklahoma House in Oklahoma City. Gov. Fallin has vetoed legislation that would make it a felony for doctors to perform an abortion, a measure that would have effectively outlawed the procedure in the state. The Republican governor issued her veto Friday, May 20, 2016, saying the bill was vague and would not withstand a legal challenge. (AP Photo/Sue Ogrocki, File)

    Fallin vetoes bill criminalizing performing abortions

    OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — Oklahoma Gov. Mary Fallin on Friday vetoed legislation to make it a felony for doctors to perform an abortion, a measure that would have effectively outlawed the procedure in the state.

  • In this May 6, 2015, file photo, NCAA chief legal officer Donald Remy speaks during an interview in Indianapolis. Between 40 and 50 class-action lawsuits about the handling of concussions by the NCAA, major college football conferences and, in some cases, individual schools will be filed in the coming months by former players seeking damages for lingering brain injuries and ailments. (AP Photo/Michael Conroy, File)

    Tide of college football concussion lawsuits begins

    NEW YORK (AP) — As many as 50 class-action lawsuits contesting how the NCAA, major college football conferences or individual schools handled concussions will be filed in the coming months by former players seeking damages for lingering brain injuries and ailments.

  • Court denies NHL motion to dismiss concussion suit over CBA

    MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — A federal judge in Minnesota has denied the NHL’s latest attempt to throw out a class-action lawsuit by former players filed over head injuries.

  • In this March 11, 2010 file photo, same sex couples celebrate after getting married at City Hall in Mexico City. The couples wed under Latin America's first law that explicitly approves gay marriage. Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto on Tuesday, May 17, 2016, proposed legalizing gay marriage, a move that would enshrine on a national level a Supreme Court ruling last year that it was unconstitutional for states to bar same-sex couples from wedding.(AP Photo/Eduardo Verdugo, File)

    Mexican president proposes legalizing gay marriage

    MEXICO CITY (AP) — President Enrique Pena Nieto proposed to legalize same-sex marriage in Mexico on Tuesday, a move that would enshrine on a national level a Supreme Court ruling last year that it was unconstitutional for states to bar such couples from wedding.

  • In this Wednesday, May 15, 2013 file photo, J.J. Wilson 9, rides a school bus to catch a ferry to the his school on the mainland from his home in the Hog Hammock community of Sapelo Island, Ga. Eight children catch a ferry in the morning to attend school on the mainland since the last school operating on the island closed in 1978. Slave descendants known as Gullah, or as Geechee in Georgia, live in small island communities scattered over 425 miles of the Southern Atlantic coast, where their ancestors worked on plantations before they were freed by the Civil War. (AP Photo/David Goldman)

    Judge to decide if Georgia immune from slave descendant suit

    BRUNSWICK, Ga. (AP) — A federal judge said Tuesday she will decide soon whether Georgia agencies are immune from a lawsuit claiming discrimination and neglect have eroded one of the last Gullah-Geechee communities of slave descendants on the Southeast coast.

  • Judge rejects sheriff’s suit against commissioners

    LAS CRUCES, N.M. (AP) — A federal judge has dismissed a lawsuit brought by Dona Ana County Sheriff Enrique “Kiki” Vigil against two county commissioners over claims that they tried to curtail his right to free speech.