Los Angeles authorities looking into Asia Argento allegation
The New York Times reports that Italian actress Asia Argento _ one of the most prominent activists of the #MeToo movement _ recently settled a lawsuit filed against her by a young actor and musician who said she sexually assaulted him.
States aim to stop internet release of 3D-printed gun plans
A federal judge in Seattle is scheduled to hear arguments Tuesday on whether to issue an injunction to block a settlement the U.S. State Department reached with a company that wants to post blueprints for printing 3D weapons on the internet.
Army reinstates at least 36 discharged immigrants
The US Army has reinstated or revoked discharge orders for more than 35 immigrant soldiers who had enlisted as a pathway to citizenship, a court filing Monday shows. Another 149 enlistees have had their discharges suspended.
Catholics consider withholding donations amid abuse scandals
Many Catholics who help churches and related nonprofits raise money are considering withholding or reducing their donations as a way to express their anger over the latest revelations that priests sexually abused children.
Correction: Drought-Colorado River story
U.S. government water managers say a vital reservoir on the Colorado River will be able to meet the demands of Mexico and Southwestern U.S. states for the next 13 months, but a looming shortage could trigger cutbacks in late 2019.
Correction: Trump Portrait-Colorado Capitol story
An aide to a Colorado legislative leader was punished for helping a progressive group put a portrait of Vladimir Putin on display at the state capitol building after reports that no money had been donated to install a portrait of President Donald Trump.
Bishop: Church today 'not the church' of grand jury report
The bishop of Pittsburgh's Roman Catholic diocese is pushing back against a call for his resignation and says the diocese has "followed every single step" needed for responsible action after allegations of child sexual abuse.
Avenatti visits New Hampshire as he considers 2020 bid
Michael Avenatti, the attorney taking on President Donald Trump on behalf of adult film star Stormy Daniels, is attending a New Hampshire picnic held by local Democrats as he weighs a bid for the White House.
Catholics consider withholding donations amid scandals
Catholics across the U.S. shaken by the latest revelations of priests sexually abusing children are considering withholding or reducing their donations to their local churches as they look for ways to express their anger.
Defense DNA request denied in deaths of Colorado mom, kids
A Colorado judge has denied a defense attorney's request to require a coroner to collect DNA from the necks of two young sisters killed and submerged in crude oil in the case of the girl's father, who is accused of killing them and his wife.
Cowboy turned lawmaker hopes to be South Dakota governor
Billie Sutton planned to be a world champion saddle bronc rider, but a rodeo accident that claimed his career and ability to walk led to politics _ and he's giving Democrats hopes of capturing South Dakota governor for the first time in over four decades.
Bishop: I have 'profound remorse' after sex abuse report
As the Vatican expresses "shame and sorrow" over a searing Pennsylvania grand jury report about clergy who raped and molested children, a bishop who is named in the report is holding a Mass for the Forgiveness.
Will other states follow Pennsylvania on church abuse?
State prosecutors are mostly silent about any plan to conduct an investigation like Pennsylvania's that uncovered child sexual abuse in six Roman Catholic dioceses, although New York's attorney general is exploring teaming up with local district attorneys.