- Obama to wrap Africa trip with speech to African Union
ADDIS ABABA, Ethiopia (AP) — President Barack Obama is closing out a historic return to the land of his father's birth with a speech to the African Union.
- The Latest: NATO chief extends sympathy to Turkey
BRUSSELS (AP) — The Latest from NATO meeting on Islamic State group and related developments (all times local):
- Summer camp for Iraqi Shiite boys: training to fight IS
BAGHDAD (AP) — A quiet middle-class Shiite neighborhood in western Baghdad was transformed recently into a mini-boot camp, training teenagers for battle against the Islamic State group.
- 5 things to consider as Trump dangles 3rd party prospect
WASHINGTON (AP) — A lot of Republicans would like Donald Trump to go away. But not too far.
- Boy Scouts of America to allow gay adult leaders
NEW YORK (AP) — The Boy Scouts of America has ended its blanket ban on gay adult leaders but will allow church-sponsored Scout units to maintain the exclusion for religious reasons.
- AP source: Rockies trade SS Troy Tulowitzki to Blue Jays
DENVER (AP) — After all that speculation the past couple of years, the Colorado Rockies finally traded Troy Tulowitzki.
- For No Boston Olympics, time to celebrate, then 'go away'
BOSTON (AP) — On Boston's last day as a potential Olympic host, Chris Dempsey ate lunch at an Irish pub across from City Hall and waited for the bid for the 2024 Summer Games to crumble.
- Beijing bid faces same old questions ahead of 2022 IOC vote
KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia (AP) — Two of China's most storied winter Olympic athletes faced some tough questions Tuesday about Beijing bid's for the 2022 Winter Games — namely about air pollution and a lack of snow.
- Seau lawyer: family won't disrupt Hall of Fame ceremonies
CANTON, Ohio (AP) — The family of the late Junior Seau will not disrupt the Hall of Fame ceremonies on Aug. 8 despite its disagreement with a policy preventing live remarks during a posthumous induction.
- CA independent teams to have computer call balls and strikes
SAN RAFAEL, Calif. (AP) — No blaming or booing the umpire for a questionable called third strike this week in a Northern California independent league.