• Spain: 4 arrested at bull festival for assault on activists

    MADRID (AP) — Police in Spain’s northeastern Catalonia region say four people at a bull run spectacle have been arrested after allegedly attacking two animal rights activists who tried to video the event.

  • Virginia GOP lawmakers to sue over felons’ voting rights

    RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — Republican lawmakers in Virginia will file a lawsuit challenging Democratic Gov. Terry McAuliffe’s decision to allow more than 200,000 convicted felons to vote in November, GOP leaders said Monday.

  • ADVANCE FOR MONDAY, MAY 2, 2016 AND THEREAFTER - In this April 21, 2016 photo, Melisa Jimon Reynoso, right, and her brother, Brian Jimon Reynoso, 3, center, sit with Candelario Jimon Alonzo, 16, left, at their home in Memphis, Tenn. Jimon joined his relatives when he arrived in Memphis after fleeing Guatemala. Local school officials have kept him out of the classroom since he tried to enroll in January. Attorneys say Jimon and at least a dozen other Central American unaccompanied youths have been blocked from going to high school in Memphis because officials said the teens lacked transcripts or were too old to graduate on time. (AP Photo/Karen Pulfer Focht)

    AP Exclusive: Migrant children kept from enrolling in school

    MEMPHIS, Tenn. (AP) — Candelario Jimon Alonzo came to the U.S. dreaming of becoming something more than what seemed possible along the rutted roads of his hometown in Guatemala’s highlands. This was his chance: He could earn a U.S. high school education and eventually become a teacher.

  • Justices to hear copyright fight over cheerleaders’ uniforms

    WASHINGTON (AP) — The Supreme Court is taking on a copyright dispute between two manufacturers of cheerleading uniforms.

  • In this photo taken April 7, 2016, Jonathan Mossberg, whose iGun Technology Corp. is working to develop a "smart gun," poses with the firearm, in Daytona Beach, Fla. Mossberg is among a group of pioneers looking to build a safer gun. But unlike many others, he was in the gun business when he started down that path. Mossberg has been working to develop and someday bring to market a firearm that can't be fired by the wrong person, but works without fail in the hands of its owner in a life-or-death situation.  (AP Photo/Lisa Marie Pane)

    Seeking a high-tech solution to make firearms safer

    DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. (AP) — Jonathan Mossberg is among a small number of pioneers looking to build a safer gun. But unlike many others, he was in the gun business when he started down that path.

  • The word HELP spelled out with fern fronds is seen by Amalgamated Helicopters chief pilot Jason Diedrichs as he hovers over head in Tararua Forest Park near Wellington on New Zealands North Island, Saturday, April 30, 2016. Carolyn Lloyd and her daughter Rachel Lloyd from North Carolina in the U.S. made the help sign after they got lost for five days while on a day hike in the New Zealand wilderness.(Photo/Jason Diedrichs/Amalgamated Helicopters Via AP)

    North Carolina pair survive 5 days in New Zealand wilderness

    WELLINGTON, New Zealand (AP) — An American exchange student and her mother were rescued over the weekend in the New Zealand wilderness, where they were lost for five days after setting off on a day hike. A helicopter pilot spotted the large “help” signs they had made from fern fronds.

  • In this Oct. 1, 2015, file photo, people attend the opening ceremony of the Busan International Film Festival at Busan Cinema Center in Busan, South Korea. The future of Asia’s largest, most-awaited film festival is in question as local filmmakers threaten to boycott the red carpet over what they view as government interference. (AP Photo/Ahn Young-joon, File)

    Feud over artistic independence threatens Asian film fest

    SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — The future of Asia’s largest, most-awaited film festival is in question as South Korean filmmakers threaten to boycott the red carpet over what they view as government interference.

  • Cedar Street in the center of the village of Nickerson, Neb., is seen at night, Tuesday, April 19, 2016. When regional officials announced plans to open a $300 million chicken processing plant employing 1,100 workers, residents packed the firehall and the village board unanimously voted against the plant, and a week later the company gave up, saying they’d take their plant and jobs elsewhere. (AP Photo/Nati Harnik)

    Tiny Nebraska town says no to 1,100 jobs, citing way of life

    NICKERSON, Neb. (AP) — Half-ton pickup trucks crowd the curb outside the One Horse Saloon, a neon Coors Light sign in the window and rib-eye steaks on the menu, but otherwise Nickerson, Nebraska, is nearly silent on a spring evening, with only rumbling freight trains interrupting bird songs.

  • In this April 27, 2016 photo, Austin Harig, 18, speaks to reporters in a hallway outside of a Board of Education meeting in Buffalo, N.Y., on April 27, 2016. The high school senior is challenging millionaire businessman and former candidate for governor Carl Paladino, who is helping to run Donald Trump's New York campaign, for his seat on the school board. (AP Photo/Carolyn Thompson)

    Trump’s NY co-chair has challenge of his own _ from teenager

    BUFFALO, N.Y. (AP) — Two candidates inhabit Buffalo businessman Carl Paladino’s universe these days. The first is Donald Trump, the Republican presidential front-runner whose campaign Paladino is co-chairing at home in New York.

  • Correction: Venezuela-Minimum Wage story

    CARACAS, Venezuela (AP) — In a story April 30 about (topic), The Associated Press reported erroneously that the black market value of the new wage is about $50. The black market value is about $13.50.