The regional bureau of The Associated Press, shares 10 things you need to know Monday, June 3, 2019. Look for full stories on these late-breaking news items and much more in West Virginia newspapers.
The U.S. president has arrived in Britain for a largely ceremonial visit meant to strengthen ties between the two nations, but the trip was immediately at risk of being overshadowed by the Brexit crisis and a political feud with London’s mayor.
Gov. Ralph Northam, embattled after a black face scandal, has leadership tested after a gunman killed a dozen people in a Virginia Beach city office building.
Witnesses say an unspecified but high number of people also were wounded as Sudanese security forces moved against the site in Khartoum.
The top nuclear negotiator was blamed for the failed nuclear summit with Washington and was reportedly purged, but it appears all is well according to state media as he was shown enjoying a concert alongside Kim Jong Un.
In the 30 years since Tiananmen, China’s political clampdown is harsher than ever and the level of control exceeds what many thought possible, even after the army’s bloody crackdown on the protesters.
Campaigns in the state are won and lost through hugely expensive advertising and free media that reach the state’s diverse, far-flung population.
The AP is republishing Don Whitehead’s original report to mark the 75th anniversary of the assault that began the liberation of France and Europe from German occupation, leading to the end World War II.
With money dried up and widespread austerity measures in place, the U.N. agency for Palestinian refugees says it can no longer accommodate a natural influx of students, recruit new teachers or expand to larger facilities.
A pretrial hearing is scheduled in the case accusing the former star of the indecent assault and battery of a then 18-year-old at a Nantucket bar.
Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson scored 48 points combined to put the series at one game apiece.