The state auditor says data about the homeless population is riddled with inconsistencies and doesn't help evaluate the effectiveness of different programs because of a lack of clear, measurable goals.
Key supporters of Prime Minister Theresa May dampened suggestions the government is planning for a second referendum on whether to leave the European Union, arguing that another poll would exacerbate rather than heal divisions in Britain.
Legislation quickly passed by North Carolina's lawmakers would require new primaries in a still-undecided U.S. House race marred with ballot fraud allegations, potentially replacing the Republican nominee at the center of the disputed race.
Kosovo's president says the decision to transform the country's security force into an army is "irreversible" but assures neighboring Serbia it doesn't have to worry about ethnic Serbs living in Kosovo.
Kentucky Attorney General (and Democratic gubernatorial candidate) Andy Beshear celebrates the Supreme Court overturning a law on pension changes. He and two other groups filed suit after the law was passed.