Donald Trump indicted; expected to surrender next week
NEW YORK (AP) — Donald Trump has been indicted by a Manhattan grand jury, a historic reckoning after years of investigations into his personal, political and business dealings and an abrupt jolt to his bid to retake the White House next year. The exact nature of the charges was unclear Friday because the indictment remained under seal, but they stem from payments made during the 2016 presidential campaign to silence claims of an extramarital sexual encounter. Prosecutors say they are working to coordinate Trump’s surrender, which could happen early next week. They are not saying whether they intend to seek prison time in the event of a conviction, a development that wouldn’t prevent Trump from assuming the presidency.
35 bodies found inside well after collapse at Indian temple
NEW DELHI (AP) — Thirty-five bodies have been found inside a well at a Hindu temple in central India after dozens of people fell into the muddy water when the well’s cover collapsed. Video of Thursday’s collapse showed chaos afterward, with people rushing toward the exits. An excavator pulled down a wall of the decades-old temple to help people flee. The collapse occurred while Hindus were gathering for a festival for the deity Rama. Officials said the iron grill and tile cover apparently wasn’t able to handle the weight of the people on it. Eighteen people were injured and one person was still unaccounted for Friday. Rescuers used ropes and ladd