This is AP News Minute.
Jared Kushner says President Donald Trump has not decided whether to recognize Jerusalem as Israel's capital and move the US embassy there. Trump's son-in-law spoke in Washington Sunday amid an effort to restart peace talks between Israel and the Palestinians. Palestinian president Mahmoud Abbas earlier warned that the recognition of Jerusalem as the capital could jeopardize peace efforts.
The body of a missing North Carolina girl has been found in a creek less than a day after her mother's boy friend was arrested. Earl Kimrey is charged with concealing the death of 3-year-old Mariah Woods after she didn't die of natural causes. Her disappearance sparked a frantic search. It's still unclear how she died.
A dispute over parking turned deadly in New York overnight. Police say one person was killed and several others were injured after a man stabbed two people and then rammed a car into a crowd on the sidewalk. Authorities say the driver of that car is in custody.
And a demolition fail near Detroit on Sunday. Crew were attempting to implode part of the Detroit Lion's old silverdome stadium. Some of the explosive didn't detonate and the building stayed standing. Unless gravity finishes the job, wokers will start pulling the building down next week.
Robert Bumsted, Associated Press, with AP News Minute.