Associated Press

Appeals court gives Trump a win in sanctuary city case

The 2-1 opinion overturned a nationwide injunction issued by a federal judge in Los Angeles

Purl jam: Finland hosts heavy metal knitting championship

The competition took place in a packed square in the small town of Joensuu close to the Russian border

Barbie goes glam rock to honour David Bowie’s Ziggy Stardust

The $50, limited edition doll was created in collaboration with The David Bowie Archive

Earthquake rattles Washington state, felt on B.C.’s south coast

4.6 magnitude quake rattles Seattle shortly before 3 a.m. Friday

U.S. poised to begin raids for undocumented immigrants

It’ll target people with final orders of removal

New York judge OKs Weinstein defence team recasting 60 days before trial

Weinstein is charged with raping a woman in 2013 and performing a forcible sex act on a different woman in 2006

Emmy-winning actor Rip Torn has died at the age of 88

He starred in ‘Men in Black,’ ‘30 Rock,’ and ‘The Larry Sanders Show’

‘The Lion King’ cast talks reimagining the Disney classic

Composer Lebo M. said the remake will feature tunes from the original

Toddler fell to death from open window on cruise ship in Puerto Rico: Attorney

Chloe Wiegand apparently slipped from her grandfather’s hands Sunday

Jeffrey Epstein faces sex trafficking and conspiracy charges

Epstein’s arrest came amid increased #MeToo-era scrutiny of his 2008 non-prosecution deal

Quakes alert Californians to be ready for dreaded ‘Big One’

California is spending more than $16 million to install thousands of quake-detecting sensors statewide

Prominent U.S. priest removed from pulpit after ‘credible allegation’ of sex abuse

Some parishioners expressed shock when they heard, and one woman walked out of the service to gather herself outside

‘Spider-Man’ soars with $185.1M over six-day holiday weekend

The opening gave Sony Pictures one of its best weeks ever

Iran to raise uranium enrichment beyond nuclear deal limits

Tensions began rising in May when the U.S. rushed thousands of additional troops to the Mideast.

California governor says earthquakes are a ‘wakeup call’

Gov. Gavin Newsom said Saturday that governments must strengthen alert systems and building codes

Protesters in Myanmar demand justice after 2-year-old raped

Aung Kyaw Myo was initially arrested in May but was released by a court due to a lack of evidence

Explosion at Florida shopping plaza injures 20, two seriously

The explosion demolished the building, leaving behind only part of its metal frame

U.S. schools still struggling with how to teach about slavery

There are no national standards on how to teach about slavery in the U.S.

VIDEO: We have a wiener! Defending champion eats 71 hot dogs for U.S. title

Joey Chestnut ate his way to 12th title at Nathan’s Famous annual July Fourth hot dog eating contest

6.4 magnitude earthquake rattles Southern California

People from Las Vegas to the Pacific Coast reported feeling a rolling motion