With a key law underpinning US bulk surveillance programs set to expire, the future appears murky for the data sweep led by the National Security Agency. This would shut down most "bulk collection" efforts by US intelligence and law enforcement, programs which have sparked outrage since revelations from former NSA contractor Edward Snowden.
ZURICH (AP) — The latest on FIFA developments:
The United States dropped Cuba from its blacklist of state sponsors of terrorism on Friday, removing yet another hurdle as the two countries seek to restore diplomatic ties frozen for five decades. Cuba has vehemently protested its 1982 inclusion on the blacklist -- which hampered its access to global markets and tarred it as an international pariah -- and had demanded that the decision be rescinded. Secretary of State John Kerry confirmed that effective Friday a "final decision" had been taken to remove Cuba from the list, after President Barack Obama in April gave Congress 45 days to object.
DOVER, Del. (AP) — Denny Hamlin was in the clear, in his head and on the track.