UK PM Theresa May to visit Germany

May said that she wanted to work with her German counterpart and European colleagues in "a constructive spirit to make this a sensible and orderly departure". Ms. May, who will travel to Paris today one week after replacing David Cameron, had her first chance in Berlin to size up the woman who will be one of her main interlocutors as she navigates Britain's exit from the world's largest trading bloc.

U.S. stock indexes inch higher in another listless day

The Nasdaq composite fell 26, or 0.5 percent, to 5,029. "I think it's interesting; a half-a-percent move down feels like a 5 percent move". The S&P 500 and Dow are hovering at record highs on upbeat sentiment over second-quarter corporate earnings, with analysts now expecting smaller profit declines and more companies topping those estimates.

Funeral set for slain Baton Rouge deputy

Tensions continued to simmer, but the protests largely dissipated as Sterling's family laid him to rest Friday at a memorial service that drew thousands. The 41-year-old former soldier and Marine looked like an excited kid. CNN reports that Gavin Long, a Marine veteran, filled a prescription for an anti-anxiety drug as recently as last month, according to a source who asked not to be named.

One person killed, at least 10 injured

The explosion in the southern German state came just two days after a man went on a deadly rampage at a Munich mall, killing nine people, and after an ax attack on a train near Wuerzburg last Monday wounded five. The concert, with 2,500 people in attendance, was shut down after the explosion. Officials said the attacker and the victim were co-workers and called the incident a "crime of passion".

North Miami officer who shot unarmed caregiver ID'd

When officers arrived they found the 23-year-old man, who has autism, and his therapist, Charles Kinsey. Video of the shooting itself hasn't surfaced. "Wow, was I wrong". Arnaldo Eliud Rios Soto, 26, wandered away from his group home in North Miami last week and became the latest image of the national debate about police shooting of unarmed men.

Dennis Green dies; former 49ers, Stanford coach

For a guy whose father and mother died when he was 11 and 13 respectively, just being able to survive was an accomplishment. The Cardinal went 3-0 against Cal, including a 38-21 victory over a sixth-ranked Bears team. Former Minnesota Vikings and Arizona Cardinals coach Dennis "Denny" Green passed away Friday morning at the age of 67. A native of Harrisburg, Pa., Green spent 17 years as an National Football League coach, with a 113-94 record in the regular season and 4-8 record in the ...