- Stanford golfers take step toward another NCAA finals
SUGAR GROVE, Ill. (AP) — Swiss freshman Albane Valenzuela had Stanford on the cusp of a third straight NCAA Women's Golf Championship title match.
- Faster, higher, rustier: Medals from Rio Olympics damaged
More than 80 American athletes have sent medals they won at the Rio Olympics to U.S. Olympic Committee headquarters to be shipped to games organizers, who will replace them due to flaking, black spots and other damage, the USOC said Tuesday.
- 10 Things to Know for Wednesday
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about Wednesday:
- NFL Hall of Famer Cortez Kennedy found dead at age 48
Cortez Kennedy was a hulking force at defensive tackle, the cornerstone of a franchise that had little to cheer about for most of his playing career.
- Review: Even The Rock's biceps can't lift up 'Baywatch'
Of this, dear moviegoer, rest assured: Dwayne Johnson's biceps still ripple and glisten in the sunlight. So do his triceps, pecs, abs, delts, quads, lats and the other 600 or so muscles of the human body.
- Madison Keys aiming to kick start her season at French Open
PARIS (AP) — After a disappointing start to 2017, Madison Keys is ready to kick start her season when the French Open begins on Sunday.
- Putin says whistleblowing on doping echoes Stalin's purges
MOSCOW (AP) — Russian President Vladimir Putin said Tuesday that plans to encourage athletes to give evidence about doping remind him of denunciations during Josef Stalin's purges.
- Rio Olympic planning assailed for 'white elephant' venues
RIO DE JANEIRO (AP) — A federal prosecutor looking into last year's Rio de Janeiro Olympics says that many of the venues "are white elephants" that were built with "no planning."
- 'Conspiracy bill' draws backlash in Japan over state powers
TOKYO (AP) — Japan's lower house approved a bill Tuesday allowing authorities to punish those found guilty of planning serious crimes, legislation that opponents say could be used to undermine basic civil liberties.
- 'He's human': Cavs coach defends LeBron after 'weird' loss
INDEPENDENCE, Ohio (AP) — LeBron James was nowhere to be seen, staying behind the scenes, keeping a low profile.
- Forecast: Germany to top medal table at Pyeongchang Olympics
If the Pyeongchang Olympics were held today, Germany would win the most gold medals — and the most medals overall.
- Brazil packed with travel riches, so why so few tourists?
SAO PAULO (AP) — Brazil is home to the largest rainforest on Earth. It has miles of sandy, deserted beaches, and stunning flat-topped mountains. It invented samba and a devilish little drink called the caipirinha. It has massive reserves for native peoples and charming colonial towns built by the Portuguese.
- Today in History
Today in History
- Sweden beats Canada on penalties to win ice hockey worlds
COLOGNE, Germany (AP) — Sweden won the ice hockey world championship with a 2-1 victory on penalties over two-time defending champion Canada on Sunday.
- Djokovic announces Agassi will coach him at French Open
ROME (AP) — Novak Djokovic is joining forces with Andre Agassi in an effort to return to No. 1.