- Documents show aggressive sales tactics at Trump University
SAN DIEGO (AP) — Trump University gave employees detailed instructions on how to entice people to enroll in its real estate seminars, from targeting people making at least $90,000 a year and choosing words of flattery that are most persuasive to picking music for the gatherings — The O'Jays' "For the Love of Money."
- Clinton scores prized endorsement from Gov. Jerry Brown
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Hillary Clinton landed a coveted endorsement from California Gov. Jerry Brown Tuesday, patching up a strained relationship between the two Democrats as she seeks to deliver a final blow to Bernie Sanders' campaign.
- In Chile, Wal-Mart adapts to local tastes to reach the top
SANTIAGO, Chile (AP) — As Wal-Mart tries to build an international juggernaut, it has had no greater success than in Chile, where even its failures show a commitment to adapting quickly to local shopping habits.
- Key facts about Wal-Mart
NEW YORK (AP) — Some facts about Wal-Mart:
- Amid heavy clashes in Fallujah, fears rise for civilians
CAMP TARIQ, Iraq (AP) — As Iraqi forces pressed an offensive Tuesday to dislodge Islamic State militants from Fallujah, conditions are worsening for tens of thousands of civilians trapped in the city, and a leading aid group raised alarm over an unfolding "human catastrophe."
- Healthy again at last, MVP Stephen Curry chases second title
OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) — Fresh charcoal gray NBA Finals cap on backward and wearing a wide grin, Stephen Curry summed up his wild, up-and-down postseason so far and reminded everybody he's not close to done.
- AFL-CIO, Kenneth Feinberg join Brady's 'Deflategate' appeal
FOXBOROUGH, Mass. (AP) — Tom Brady has added more high-profile legal power to fight his "Deflategate" suspension.
- Maturing Crosby back on top of his game for Penguins
PITTSBURGH (AP) — Sidney Crosby does not have an off switch. If there was one, Patric Hornqvist believes he would have found it by now.
- Will OKC's playoff run keep Kevin Durant in Thunder uniform?
Kevin Durant sat at the press conference table with Russell Westbrook by his side, the two friends and teammates trying to get their minds around letting a 3-1 lead in the Western Conference finals slip away.
- 2 judo athletes from Congo hope to make refugee Olympic team
RIO DE JANEIRO (AP) — For the first time, one of the teams competing in the Olympic Games will be made up of refugees who hail from different countries they no longer call home.