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Suspect in California bank robberies, 'AK-47 Bandit,' believed under arrest in Nebraska


From jail in Nebraska, Richard Gathercole asked his mom: "Did you get all the guns out, too?" The request tipped off federal agents to the trail of one of the country's most sought-after bank robbers, the "AK-47 Bandit," who is suspected of ...

UN: Colombia's FARC rebels have handed over all weapons


BOGOTA, Colombia -- Colombia's FARC rebels have handed over all their weapons in line with last year's peace deal, the United Nations confirmed Monday. The 6,800 fighters have turned in all 7,132 previously registered weapons, the U.N. said in a ...

Trump administration warns Syria over plans for chemical attack


WASHINGTON -- The Trump administration said late Monday the U.S. suspects that Syrian forces are planning another chemical-weapons attack on rebel forces and issued a warning that President Bashar Assad risks paying "a heavy price" if it proceeded...

Will travel ban be Republicans' first big break with Trump?


WASHINGTON -- Republicans confront their first big test about whether to break with their party's new president following the Supreme Court's decision to allow Donald Trump's contentious travel ban against citizens from six Muslim-majority nations...

Trump order that could shrink marine sanctuaries moves forward


SAN JOSE, Calif. -- Eleven national marine sanctuaries and monuments -- from Monterey Bay to New England to the South Pacific -- could lose protections under new details of a Trump administration plan released Monday that seeks to expand offshore ...

Refugee advocates say even partial reinstatement of travel ban will cause hardship


WASHINGTON -- Immigration and refugee advocates expressed disappointment Monday with the Supreme Court's partial reinstatement of President Donald Trump's travel ban, saying even limited implementation could cause hardship to refugees and others ...

Q&A: Trump's travel ban notches a win, but fight isn't over


WASHINGTON -- What's next after the Supreme Court cleared the way for parts of President Donald Trump's travel ban executive order to begin taking effect? Here are some answers. Question: Does this put Trump's travel ban into effect? Answer: Not...

Detroit judge halts deportations of Iraqi immigrants nationwide


A federal judge in Detroit on Monday put a temporary hold on the deportation of scores of Iraqi nationals swept up in immigration enforcement raids around the country in recent months. U.S. District Judge Mark Goldsmith had already issued a 14-...

Sources: Dozens of illegal weapons found in home of LAPD cop accused of sex with underage cadet


LOS ANGELES -- Dozens of firearms found in the home of a Los Angeles police officer accused of having sex with a teenage cadet are illegal to own in California, three law enforcement sources said Monday. Investigators seized more than 100 ...

Supreme Court decision raises new questions: Who is exempt from travel ban?


WASHINGTON -- The U.S. Supreme Court's decision to only partially lift an injunction against President Donald Trump's travel ban is likely to create a nightmare scenario for border officials and the lower courts, as federal officials struggle to ...