- Facebook's Zuckerberg apologizes for 'major breach of trust'
NEW YORK (AP) — Breaking five days of silence, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg apologized for a "major breach of trust," admitted mistakes and outlined steps to protect user data in light of a privacy scandal involving a Trump-connected data-mining firm.
- Lawmakers release huge budget; big military, domestic boosts
WASHINGTON (AP) — Congressional leaders finalized a sweeping $1.3 trillion budget bill Wednesday that substantially boosts military and domestic spending but leaves behind young immigrant "Dreamers," deprives President Donald Trump some of his border wall money and takes only incremental steps to address gun violence.
- With police near, suspected Austin bomber blows himself up
PFLUGERVILLE, Texas (AP) — As a SWAT team closed in, the suspected bomber whose deadly explosives terrorized Austin for three weeks used one of his own devices to blow himself up. But police warned that he could have planted more bombs before his death, and they cautioned the city to stay on guard.
- Austin bombing suspect's uncle says he was smart, kind
A 23-year-old suspected of planting deadly bombs that struck fear across Austin was described Wednesday by his uncle as a smart and kind "computer geek" and a friend said he was an assertive person who would end up being "kind of dominant and intimidating in conversation."
- AP Exclusive: Toy co. CEO leads effort to salvage Toys R Us
NEW YORK (AP) — Toy company executive Isaac Larian says he and other investors have pledged a total of $200 million in financing and hope to raise four times that amount in crowdfunding in order to bid for up to 400 of the Toys R Us stores being liquidated in bankruptcy.
- Royal decree: LeBron scores 35, carries Cavs past Raptors
CLEVELAND (AP) — The standings show the Eastern Conference's top team plays in Canada.
- NFL competition committee to recommend catch rule changes
WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. (AP) — The NFL's catch rule would get less complicated if team owners approve recommendations from the powerful competition committee.
- Loyola's run shines light on barrier-breaking '63 title team
CHICAGO (AP) — Under the bright lights of the popping flashbulbs, Jerry Harkness grasped the magnitude of the moment.
- AP Was There: Loyola-Chicago's 'Game of Change' in '63 NCAAs
EAST LANSING, Mich. (AP) — Loyola-Chicago's run to the Sweet 16 is resurfacing memories of 1963, when it won the NCAA Tournament on an overtime tip-in.
- McIlroy, Dustin Johnson, Mickelson lose early in Match Play
AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — Rory McIlroy put together another flawless back nine, running off five straight birdies.