10 arrested in probe of Paris attacks

PARIS (AP) -- The Paris prosecutors' office has announced 10 arrests in an investigation of suspected suppliers of weapons to one of three attackers who killed 17 people at Charlie Hebdo magazine and a kosher store in January 2015. The prosecutors' office says arrests started Monday, with more on Tuesday and Wednesday morning, with 10 people in custody so far. The arrests are targeting people suspected of involvement in supplying to weapons to Amedy Coulibaly.

Court documents: Mother had abused teen in kidnapping case

COLUMBIA, Tenn. (AP) -- A 15-year-old Tennessee girl who authorities say was kidnapped by her teacher had endured months of abuse at the hands of her mother, according to court documents, making her particularly vulnerable to an adult predator. The mother is scheduled to appear in court next month and has pleaded not guilty to five counts of abuse and neglect involving several of her children.

In Kashmir, brutality of videos deepen anger against India

SRINAGAR, India (AP) -- One video showed a young Kashmiri man strapped to a patrolling Indian army jeep as a human shield against stone-throwing protesters. Others showed soldiers beating local men with sticks as other troops stood by with guns drawn. As Shabir Ahmed watched the crude clips, captured on cellphone cameras and uploaded to Facebook, he felt terrified.

Thai woman has no anger toward Facebook after girl's killing

PHUKET, Thailand (AP) -- The wife of a Thai man who hanged their 11-month-old daughter on Facebook Live said Wednesday her husband is the only person to blame, and she bears no anger toward the social media site or the users who shared the horrific video. The video showed 20-year-old Wuttisan Wongtalay killing his child. He then kills himself. It was broadcast Monday evening and made inaccessible by Facebook late Tuesday afternoon.

Thai husband kills baby, self on Facebook Live

BANGKOK (AP) -- A man in Thailand upset with his wife hanged their 11-month-old daughter on Facebook Live and then killed himself, police said. Police Col. Jirasak Siemsak said officers found the bodies of 20-year-old Wuttisan Wongtalay and the baby in an abandoned hotel in Phuket province after receiving reports of the video.

Man charged in death of Florida State football star's father

WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. (AP) -- Authorities say the man who fatally shot the father of former Florida State football star Travis Rudolph while working in a strip club storage room has been charged with manslaughter. A Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office news release says 36-year-old Paul Senat was arrested Tuesday in the death of 55-year-old Darryl Rudolph.

NFL prospect denies rape report made to police; no charges

CLEVELAND (AP) -- An attorney for former Ohio State football star Gareon Conley says the player denies an accusation made in a police report that he sexually assaulted a woman. No charges have been filed. Spokeswoman Kathleen Caffrey of the Cuyahoga County Prosecutor's Office says the April 9 encounter is still being investigated by police.

Senate confirms No. 2 at Justice; will lead Russia probe

WASHINGTON (AP) -- The Senate has confirmed Rod Rosenstein as deputy attorney general, putting the longtime federal prosecutor in place to oversee a federal investigation into Russian influence in the U.S. elections. The vote was 94-6 on Tuesday. As the Justice Department's No.

Documents: Teen abused by mom before kidnapping by teacher

COLUMBIA, Tenn. (AP) -- A 15-year-old Tennessee girl who authorities say was kidnapped by her teacher had endured months of abuse at the hands of her mother, according to court documents, making her particularly vulnerable to an adult predator. The mother is scheduled to appear in court next month and has pleaded not guilty to five counts of abuse and neglect involving several of her children.

Chinese court sentences US businesswoman accused of spying

HOUSTON (AP) -- An American woman detained during a business trip to China was convicted of spying and sentenced Tuesday to 3 1/2 years in prison, raising the possibility that she may be allowed to return home soon. Phan Phan-Gillis has faced an uncertain fate since March 2015, when she disappeared from her group traveling in southern China. She was later accused of espionage, which carries a possible death sentence.

Wisconsin AG: Undercover campaign videos reveal no crime

MADISON, Wis. (AP) -- The Wisconsin Department of Justice has concluded that secretly recorded videos of a Democratic activist bragging about deploying troublemakers at Donald Trump presidential campaign rallies show no evidence that laws were broken. Conservative activist James O'Keefe and his investigative film group, Project Veritas, released secretly recorded and selectively edited video footage in October of Wisconsin-based liberal operative Scott Foval boasting about connections to the Democratic Party and Hillary Clinton's campaign.

Authorities: Veteran tied dog to tree, shot it 5 times

FAYETTEVILLE, N.C. (AP) -- A veteran in North Carolina has been charged with tying her service dog to a tree and shooting it five times while a soldier filmed it. Jail records show 23-year-old Marinna Rollins was arrested Tuesday and charged with cruelty to animals. The Fayetteville Observer reports (http://bit.ly/2p1KuaC) that warrants say she and the soldier took the dog to a wooded area where Rollins shot the dog at close range.

Georgia pastor gets 35 years in prison for child molestation

BRUNSWICK, Ga. (AP) -- A Georgia pastor has been sentenced to 35 years in prison for molesting two teenagers who attended his church in coastal Brunswick. Media outlets report a judge sentenced 57-year-old Kenneth Adkins on Tuesday. A jury convicted him earlier this month on eight criminal counts, including aggravated child molestation.

States alarmed by laser strikes on aircraft are passing laws

LANSING, Mich. (AP) -- Michigan State Police pilot Jerry King was flying his state plane back to the Lansing airport after a mission when he saw a green pulsing light in the night sky. Suddenly, he was blinded by a bright flash, much like staring into a camera flashbulb as it goes off, and he was unable to see for several seconds. "It'll seem like 10," King said.

Lawyers want Aaron Hernandez's murder conviction dismissed

BOSTON (AP) -- Lawyers for former NFL star Aaron Hernandez formally asked a court on Tuesday to dismiss his first-degree murder conviction now that he has died. Under a long-standing Massachusetts legal principle, courts customarily vacate the convictions of defendants who die before their appeals are heard.

IOC creates advisory panel for cyber security after hack

LAUSANNE, Switzerland (AP) -- Several months after a confidential document in its investigation of Russian doping was hacked and leaked, the IOC has announced the creation of a new panel on cyber security. The International Olympic Committee gave details of its Digital and Technology Commission on Tuesday. Concerns about security this year prompted World Anti-Doping Agency investigator Richard McLaren to seek assurances before continuing to help an IOC-appointed group verifying his Russian evidence.

Police investigate paratrooper's death in North Carolina

FAYETTEVILLE, N.C. (AP) -- Police are investigating the death of a California paratrooper near an Army base in North Carolina. Officials at Fort Bragg said Fayetteville police are investigating the death of a 24-year-old member of the 82nd Airborne Division. Officials say Sgt. Jason C. Wiens of Clovis, California, was found dead in his home in Fayetteville on Sunday. Details about his death were not available Tuesday.

The Latest: 2 gang members sentenced for couple's slaying

CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) -- The Latest on the sentencing of two gang members for the deaths of a South Carolina couple three years ago (all times local): 11:55a.m. Two North Carolina gang members have been sentenced to life in prison for the shooting deaths of a South Carolina couple who were to testify against other gang members in an attempted robbery case. Jamell Cureton and Malcolm Hartley were sentenced during separate hearings before U.S.