The regional bureau of The Associated Press, shares 10 things you need to know Thursday, May 30, 2019. Look for full stories on these late-breaking news items and much more in West Virginia newspapers.
Israel faces a snap election for an unprecedented second time in a year after Netanyahu fails to form a governing coalition and dissolves parliament instead.
Rescue workers are scouring the Danube River in Budapest for those missing after a sightseeing boat carrying South Korean tourists sank after colliding with a larger cruise ship.
Special counsel Robert Mueller says federal rules prevented him from charging Trump with a crime in his Russia investigation and he emphasized that he did not exonerate the president.
Democratic presidential contenders instead are more focused on climate change, gun control, health care, student debt and abortion rights.
The White House wanted the Navy to keep its warship the USS John S. McCain out of the president’s sight during his recent trip to Japan, sources tell AP.
A computer algorithm has helped reopen dozens of hard-to-solve violent crimes in Chicago by finding similarities in the slayings of more than 50 women.
The social network has long resisted making judgments about the truthfulness of posts, as doing so could open it up to charges of censorship or political bias.
Despite expected legal challenges, they face another potential obstacle: prosecutors who refuse to enforce them, AP finds.
An exclusive tour for the media included a Star Wars-themed food tasting, a stroll through the Black Spire Outpost marketplace and four-minute ride on the Millennium Falcon.
Carl Gunnarsson scores on a delayed penalty 3:51 into overtime and St. Louis beats the Boston Bruins 3-2, evening the final at a game apiece.