- Ariya Jutanugarn wins 3rd straight LPGA Tour title
ANN ARBOR, Mich. (AP) — Ariya Jutanugarn became the first player to win three straight LPGA Tour events in three years, closing with a 5-under 67 for a five-stroke victory Sunday in the Volvik Championship.
- Long road to Cup Final ends for rebuilt Sharks and Penguins
PITTSBURGH (AP) — It wasn't supposed to take the San Jose Sharks this long to reach their first Stanley Cup Final. It wasn't supposed to take this long for Sidney Crosby to guide the Pittsburgh Penguins back to a destination many figured they'd become a fixture at after winning it all in 2009.
- Lone Star: Spieth's 8th PGA win is 1st in Texas, at Colonial
- Trump rallies veterans at annual Rolling Thunder gathering
WASHINGTON (AP) — Republican Donald Trump told a motorcycle rally on Sunday that people in the U.S. illegally often are cared for better than the nation's military veterans, without backing up his allegation.
- Warriors know Game 7 back home for Finals trip won't be easy
OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) — After a record 73 wins and a memorable Game 6 comeback on the road, the Golden State Warriors' goal of getting back to the NBA Finals and defending their title comes down to Game 7 at home against the powerful Oklahoma City Thunder.
- The Latest: NASCAR takes stage on motorsports' biggest day
- Treasure hunters to gather for celebration in New Mexico
SANTA FE, N.M. (AP) — Searchers fixated with finding a treasure hidden in the mountains north of Santa Fe will converge in the city.
- Rio de Janeiro police search slums for suspects in gang-rape case
By Brad Brooks RIO DE JANEIRO (Reuters) - Rio de Janeiro police swarmed two slums on Sunday searching for suspects in the alleged gang rape of a 16-year-old Brazilian girl who said more than 30 men assaulted her, a case that shocked the nation set to host the Olympics in August. More than 70 officers used helicopters, armored vehicles and dogs to enter the slums, but there was no word if any suspects had been captured in the operation. In the five days since a video of the rape was posted by an alleged perpetrator on Twitter and set off a wave of outrage, police have brought in five people for questioning and made no arrests. Police said there are indications the gang rape occurred on May 21, but they could not confirm how many took part.
- Trump gets warm welcome at veterans biker rally
White House hopeful Donald Trump received a warm welcome Sunday as he addressed a motorcycle rally that attracted many military veterans to the US capital Sunday. "I will protect every bit of the Second Amendment" right to bear arms, the presumptive Republican presidential nominee told several thousand people gathered in front of the Lincoln Memorial, traditionally a favored spot for major political demonstrations in Washington. Trump asked during his address why other countries, nodding at Japan, aren't asked to pay "100 percent" of the cost of deploying US troops to overseas bases.
- Package explodes at New York prison guard's home, burns him
FLOYD, N.Y. (AP) — A suspicious package left by a prison guard's mailbox exploded and seriously burned him when he opened it, authorities said Sunday as they worked to determine who sent it and why.
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- Rocco Mediate wins Senior PGA Championship
- Garland gives commencement address at old high school
CHICAGO (AP) — Supreme Court nominee Merrick Garland delivered the commencement speech Sunday at the Chicago-area high school where he graduated as valedictorian 46 years ago, though he didn't address the partisan divide over his nomination.
- Campers in national forests worried about target shooting
GREAT FALLS, Mont. (AP) — Campers in Montana's national forests are getting skittish as more sportsmen take advantage of rules that allow target shooting, even though they comply with the rules.
- Alexander Rossi pulls off stunning upset in 100th Indy 500
- Cancer survivor stunned by attention over graduation denial
PHOENIX (AP) — Overwhelming public support is outweighing any lingering bitterness for a suburban Phoenix high school student who kept up with classes through cancer treatments but wasn't allowed to walk at graduation.
- American charged in Paris police car attack amid protests
PARIS (AP) — A 27-year-old American man has been given preliminary charges of attempted murder in an exceptionally violent attack on police in their patrol car that drew national attention, the Paris prosecutor's office said Sunday.
- Expired radio beacon sends distress call after being dropped
BOSTON (AP) — The Coast Guard says rescuers needlessly searched a Rhode Island bay after receiving a distress call from an expired radio beacon that had been improperly discarded.
- Gibraltar fears border with Spain could close if UK quits EU
MADRID (AP) — Gibraltar could find its access to the single European market blocked by a hostile Spanish government if the United Kingdom were to vote to leave the European Union in a referendum next month, the chief minister of the tiny British territory on Spain's southwestern tip said Sunday.
- American charged over police car attack in Paris protests
A 27-year-old American man has been charged in connection with the torching of a police car while two officers were inside during a protest in Paris last week, prosecutors said Sunday. Four other men, who were members of an anti-fascist group, have been charged with attempted murder over the incident on May 18, which was caught on camera and widely shared on social media.
- Agent: Pelicans' Dejean-Jones in 'wrong place' when shot
DALLAS (AP) — Bryce Dejean-Jones had a bright future in the NBA, the league commissioner said following the death of the New Orleans Pelicans guard who was shot after kicking down the door of what he mistakenly thought was his girlfriend's apartment in Dallas.
- Judge criticized by Trump unseals documents in Trump University case
By Jeff Mason WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A judge, called a "hater" by Donald Trump for his handling of a lawsuit related to the businessman's Trump University real estate school, has unsealed documents related to the case. Trump, the presumptive Republican presidential nominee, is fighting a lawsuit that accuses his school venture of misleading thousands of people who paid up to $35,000 for seminars to learn about the billionaire's real estate investment strategies. In an order signed on Friday, U.S. District Judge Gonzalo Curiel said that materials, including Trump University procedures on dealing with students and the media, should be unsealed.
- Sanctions gone, Iran kicks off EU trade drive in Poland
Iran's foreign minister kicked off an EU trade drive in Poland on Sunday, in one of Tehran's first moves to drum up business with the West after the lifting of sanctions earlier this year. Javad Zarif is also expected to travel to EU members Finland, Sweden before winding up his trip in Latvia on June 2. "I'm convinced that our (Warsaw) ambassador's wish for our annual bilateral turnover to reach one billion dollars will come true," Zarif told a joint press conference with his Polish counterpart Witold Waszczykowski.
- Gunman among at least 2 dead in Houston shooting
- Colorado conductor dies after getting run over by train
CANON CITY, Colo. (AP) — A conductor on a scenic Colorado train filled with passengers died when she was run over by the train as it was backing up, the Fremont County Sheriff's Office said Sunday.
- The Latest: Conductor dies after getting run over by train
CANON CITY, Colo. (AP) — The latest on a conductor who died after falling off a scenic train in Colorado (all times local):
- Libertarians pick ex-New Mexico Gov. Johnson for president
FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. (AP) — The Libertarian Party again nominated former New Mexico Gov. Gary Johnson as its presidential candidate Sunday, believing he can challenge presumptive Republican nominee Donald Trump and Democratic front-runner Hillary Clinton because of their poor showing in popularity polls.
- Tropical Depression Bonnie means another bad beach day
CHARLESTON, S.C. (AP) — Tropical Depression Bonnie reached the South Carolina coast early Sunday before stalling just inland, bringing heavy rain and rough tides to an area packed with tourists for the Memorial Day weekend.
- Czech Republic man dies while skiing on Alaska mountain
TALKEETNA, Alaska (AP) — A mountaineer from the Czech Republic is dead after an estimated 1,500-foot fall on Denali Mountain.
- 'Mommy loves you!': Boy rescued after gorilla is shot at zoo
CINCINNATI (AP) — Panicked zoo visitors watched helplessly and shouted, "Stay calm!" while one woman yelled, "Mommy loves you!" as a 400-pound-plus gorilla loomed over a 4-year-old boy who had fallen into a shallow moat at the Cincinnati Zoo.