- Investigators suspect FedEx bomb is tied to Austin bombings
AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — A package bomb that authorities believe is linked to the recent string of Austin bombings exploded early Tuesday inside of a FedEx distribution center near San Antonio, leaving one worker with minor injuries.
- Texas bomber's change in tactics could hint at future plans
NEW YORK (AP) — The bombs were left on porches, then by the side of the road, then at a FedEx facility. The victims were black, then Hispanic, then white. The targets were in different parts of Austin, Texas, and then in San Antonio.
- Sheriff official: 3 injured in Maryland high school shooting
GREAT MILLS, Md. (AP) — A shooting at a Maryland high school Tuesday wounded three people, including the shooter, a sheriff's spokeswoman said.
- UK parliament asks Zuckerberg to testify in data misuse case
LONDON (AP) — A British parliamentary committee on Tuesday summoned Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg to answer questions on fake news as authorities step up efforts to determine whether data has been improperly used to influence elections.
- UK is infused with Russian money, making a crackdown hard
LONDON (AP) — As Prime Minister Theresa May solemnly told a packed House of Commons last week that she would expel 23 Russian diplomats over the nerve-agent attack on a former spy, British investors across town were lending millions of dollars to Moscow's state-controlled natural gas giant, Gazprom.
- Putin orders Russian diplomats to seek doping rule changes
MOSCOW (AP) — Russian President Vladimir Putin ordered his country's diplomats on Tuesday to seek changes to international doping rules in the wake of the nation's drug scandals.
- Oklahoma's Trae Young leaving for NBA after freshman season
NORMAN, Okla. (AP) — Oklahoma star Trae Young is leaving for the NBA after a standout freshman season that ended with him leading the nation in scoring and assists.
- Winter storm forces altered travel plans for NCAA Tournament
MORGANTOWN, W.Va. (AP) — A winter storm expected to hit the Northeast is forcing at least one college basketball team to alter its travel plans for the third round of the NCAA Tournament.
- Leagues, casinos lobby states for cut of legal sports bets
WASHINGTON (AP) — With the Supreme Court poised to rule on a case that could end the federal ban on sports gambling, more than a third of U.S. states are considering legislation to get in on the action, and professional leagues and casino interests are lobbying against each other for the biggest cut of the winnings.
- Loyola returns home for Sweet 16 prep as talk of Chicago
CHICAGO (AP) — These sure are sweet times for Loyola-Chicago.