Where Trump foreign profits go

The Trump Organization says it has made good on the president’s promise to donate profits from foreign government spending at its hotels to the U.S. Treasury, but neither the company nor the government disclosed the amount or how it was calculated.

Registry of animal abusers sought

Eleven states are considering creating such lists, amid concern that animal abusers can go on to harm humans.

Airline faces GOP backlash

Delta’s decision to cut marketing ties with the National Rifle Association prompts some Georgia Republican lawmakers to question whether the Atlanta-based airline should get a tax cut on jet fuel.

First lady praises U.S. children

Melania Trump says she has been “heartened” to see children nationwide speaking out after the Florida school shooting and trying to effect change. She said children are the future and “they deserve a voice.”

Justices take on union case

The Supreme Court debates whether to allow more than 5 million public employees to stop supporting their unions, casting doubt on the future strength of organized labor.

How Americans rate Congress

In red, blue and purple states, from middle America to the coasts, most Americans loathe Congress. In a new AP poll, more than 8 in 10 say they disapprove of the job Congress is doing.