Clinton camp preparing for possibility Trump won't concede
WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. (AP) ? Hillary Clinton's campaign is increasingly preparing for the possibility that Donald Trump may never concede the presidential election should she win, a development that could enormously complicate the crucial early weeks of her preparations to take office.
Obama nixes twerking at final White House musical event
No regrets, Trump vows; Clinton pursues his supporters
CLEVELAND (AP) ? Hillary Clinton ramped up her pressure on Donald Trump in the election's most competitive states Friday with an emotional TV ad targeting his criticism of a Muslim-American family. Trump vowed to go all-out in the final three weeks so he'll have no regrets ? even if he loses.
UN expert urges next UN chief to focus on ending tax havens
Montana judge sparks outrage with no prison time for incestHELENA, Mont. (AP) ? A judge's decision not to order prison time for a Montana man who raped his 12-year-old daughter has sparked outrage from afar and calls closer to home to toughen the state's law, which allows such lenience in certain circumstances.
The Latest: Trump to lay out closing arguments in Gettysburg
UC Berkeley Greek parties banned amid sexual assault reportsBERKELEY, Calif. (AP) ? Fraternities and sororities at the University of California, Berkeley have taken a bold stance against sexual violence, voluntarily banning all parties following reports of two sexual assaults last week at off-campus frat functions.
AT&T agrees in principle to buy Time Warner for $85 billion: sources
AT&T Inc has reached an agreement in principle to buy Time Warner Inc for about $85 billion, sources said on Friday, paving the way for what would be the biggest deal in the world this year, giving the telecom company control of cable TV channels HBO and CNN, film studio Warner Bros and other coveted media assets. The deal, which has been agreed on most terms and could be announced as early as Sunday, would be one of the largest in recent years in the sector as telecommunications companies look to combine content and distribution to capture customers replacing traditional pay-TV packages with more streamlined offerings and online delivery. AT&T, which sells wireless phone and broadband services, has already made moves to turn itself into a media powerhouse, buying satellite TV provider DirecTV last year for $48.5 billion.
US Navy destroyer conducts operation in South China Sea
Lions' den or nest of doves? May's first EU encounter was businesslikeFor Theresa May, her first meeting with all the other European Union leaders since she became British prime minister ended up being described by most merely as businesslike. Each side had at times characterised the other in less than diplomatic terms since Britain's vote to leave the bloc in June - the Britons portrayed as intransigent, the EU as overly angry over Brexit.