The Times' story revealing Trump's huge losses two decades ago relies on documents sent anonymously to the newspaper. No criminality by Trump was alleged, but critics of the Times say it broke laws.
More than 90 percent of voters rejected any future plans for permanent resettlement of noncitizens. But not enough people voted — and some of those who did cast intentionally botched ballots.
Gunmen disguised as police robbed West inside a private residence in Paris, The Associated Press reports, citing police. The thieves left her tied up but unharmed before reportedly escaping on bikes.