- President says Gambia to shift from English Updated: Mar-09-14 9:11 am
- Selma honors anniversary of 'Bloody Sunday' Updated: Mar-09-14 6:35 am
- Jimmy Carter plans Ohio book-signing event Updated: Mar-09-14 5:02 am
- Urawa removes discriminatory banner from stadium Updated: Mar-09-14 1:11 am
- GOP gay marriage division on display at conference Updated: Mar-08-14 8:08 pm
- Republicans decline to endorse Rep. Loon Updated: Mar-08-14 6:52 pm
- City's employee concealed-gun law stirs concerns Updated: Mar-08-14 4:05 pm
- Judge reinstates mayor removed by city council Updated: Mar-08-14 4:04 pm
- Man held in anti-Semitic notes targeting deli Updated: Mar-08-14 4:01 pm
- 2 cities struggle to enforce ban on gun magazines Updated: Mar-08-14 4:01 pm
- W.Va. Senate OKs public breastfeeding Updated: Mar-08-14 3:54 pm
- Pa. universities might scrap uniform gun policy Updated: Mar-08-14 3:20 pm
- At 50, landmark libel case relevant in digital age Updated: Mar-08-14 1:46 pm
- Domestic violence cases spark protests in Lebanon Updated: Mar-08-14 1:29 pm
- Worker under fire for Facebook comment about dog Updated: Mar-08-14 12:40 pm
- South Africa: Mandela comrade stays in the game Updated: Mar-08-14 11:48 am
- Va. council member sued for social media post Updated: Mar-08-14 11:28 am
- Former DeSoto County inmate files federal lawsuit Updated: Mar-08-14 11:17 am
- Stern Israeli airport security measures questioned Updated: Mar-08-14 10:59 am
- Connecticut could be 1st state to curb loud movies Updated: Mar-08-14 9:37 am
- Frustration in Afghan women's rights struggle Updated: Mar-08-14 5:48 am
- Birmingham opens new part of civil rights trail Updated: Mar-08-14 5:34 am
- Head of white supremacist gang admits guilt Updated: Mar-07-14 9:28 pm
- 4 couples sue Indiana over same-sex marriage ban Updated: Mar-07-14 8:22 pm
- Miss. lawmakers feel pressure over religion bill Updated: Mar-07-14 7:37 pm
DAKAR, Senegal - Gambia's president said that he wants to implement a policy change that would shift the country's language from English to a local language.
MONTGOMERY, Alabama - Thousands of people will gather in downtown Selma Sunday to honor the 49th anniversary of a culminating moment in the quest for voting rights.
NORWOOD, Ohio - Former President Jimmy Carter is scheduled to be in southwest Ohio on April 1 for a book-signing event.
TOKYO - Japanese club Urawa Reds have removed a banner from their home stadium over fears the sign could be considered racist.
SEASIDE, Oregon - Young Republican activists implored their party to support gay marriage Saturday, saying the GOP is destined to continue losing elections in Oregon if it doesn't get behind an issue that's gaining traction around the country.
ST. PAUL, Minnesota - Republican delegates in Eden Prairie have declined to endorse state Rep. Jenifer Loon, one of four House Republicans who voted in favor of same-sex marriage.
PENDLETON, Oregon - The City Council of Milton-Freewater voted to allow city workers who don't have police powers to carry guns to work. But a small group of citizens have told city manager Linda Hall that they oppose the measure.
LANCASTER, Kentucky - The mayor of a central Kentucky city has been reinstated to office by a judge who found the city council lacked evidence of misconduct to justify her removal.
ALBUQUERQUE, New Mexico - The FBI is holding a man they believe to be responsible for anti-Semitic notes left at an Albuquerque deli.
SUNNYVALE, California - Enforcement issues surround two Northern California cities' bans on high-capacity magazines.
CHARLESTON, West Virginia - The West Virginia Senate has approved legislation to protect breastfeeding in public places.
PITTSBURGH - The agency that oversees Pennsylvania's state-owned universities might scrap a plan to institute a uniform weapons policy at all 14 campuses, its leader said.
WASHINGTON - Singer Courtney Love hadn't been born and tweeting was reserved for birds when The New York Times won a landmark libel case at the Supreme Court in 1964.
BEIRUT - Nada Sabbagh received a brief, chilling telephone call from her son-in-law last month telling her: "Come to your daughter. I am going to kill her."
PHOENIX - Supporters hoping to save a dog who bit a boy from being euthanized are calling for the firing of a Maricopa County animal control employee who made fun of their efforts on Facebook.
JOHANNESBURG - One of Nelson Mandela's closest confidants is still challenging the powers that be, with plenty of guidance from his ancestors, the ancient Greeks.
COLONIAL HEIGHTS, Virginia - A former candidate for Hopewell sheriff has filed a lawsuit against a member of the City Council, claiming she defamed her when she linked her to a hate group.
FORT MYERS, Florida - A Former DeSoto County inmate has filed a $3.5 million federal lawsuit against his former jailers, alleging his civil rights were violated by a series of beatings he endured while in their custody last year.
JERUSALEM - Jack Angelides was about to board a flight out of Israel's international airport when he was given a curious choice that baffles him to this day. Traveling with a laptop and a stack of printed reading material, he was told to part with one or the other, due to unspecified security concerns.
NEW HAVEN, Connecticut - Connecticut could become the first state to curb loud movies under proposed legislation that's drawing opposition from the Motion Picture Association of America.
KABUL, Afghanistan - In 2009, the United States gave Wazhma Frogh the International Woman of Courage award for her women's rights activism in Afghanistan. Prominently displayed in Frogh's office is a picture of then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton granting her the award as First Lady Michelle Obama smiles, clapping by her side.
BIRMINGHAM, Alabama - The city of Birmingham is expanding its civil rights trail.
HOUSTON - The head of the white supremacist Aryan Brotherhood of Texas has pleaded guilty to a racketeering conspiracy that included murder, kidnapping and drug trafficking.
LOUISVILLE, Kentucky - Four gay couples from southern Indiana sued the state Friday, seeking to force Indiana to recognize same-sex marriages from out of state and issue licenses to same-sex couples.
JACKSON, Mississippi - Lawmakers in conservative Mississippi find themselves in a tug-of-war over a religious-practices bill that some say is uncomfortably similar to one recently vetoed by Arizona's Republican governor.