June 2, 20155:26 AM ET
BEIJING (AP) — Divers on Tuesday pulled two people alive from inside a capsized cruise ship and prepared to rescue at least four more, Chinese state broadcaster CCTV said, giving some small hope to an apparently massive tragedy with well over 400 people still missing on the Yangtze River.
June 2, 20155:08 AM ET
BEIJING (AP) — The latest on the capsized cruise ship on China's Yangtze River:
June 2, 20155:45 AM ET
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June 2, 20155:19 AM ET
PARIS (AP) — Iraq's prime minister has called for more intelligence and more action from international allies against Islamic State extremists.
June 2, 20153:27 AM ET
WASHINGTON (AP) — The FBI is operating a small air force with scores of low-flying planes across the country carrying video and, at times, cellphone surveillance technology — all hidden behind fictitious companies that are fronts for the government, The Associated Press has learned.
June 2, 20156:36 AM ET
ZURICH (AP) — Amid a deepening corruption crisis within soccer's governing body, FIFA defended its second-in-command on Tuesday by distancing him from claims he helped authorize $10 million in bribes for World Cup bidding votes.
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CHICAGO (AP) — The Mayor is moving to Chicago.
June 2, 20152:51 AM ET
OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) — When NBA union chief Michele Roberts watched Stephen Curry return to a game after his head slammed against the floor and he walked woozily to the locker room, she immediately took a closer look the league's concussion protocols.
June 2, 20152:22 AM ET
PARIS (AP) — Swiss fans can rub their hands in delight: They're guaranteed to have a man in the semifinals at Roland Garros.
June 2, 20153:06 AM ET
CINCINNATI (AP) — Billy Hamilton doesn't bother to watch video of pitchers' moves to home plate. When he reaches first, one of baseball's top base stealers goes more by observation and instinct.