- UK investigates 'network' of alleged Manchester attackers
MANCHESTER, England (AP) — British security forces raided a building Wednesday in central Manchester as they investigated "a network" of people allegedly behind the city's concert bombing. Hundreds of soldiers were sent to secure key sites across the country, including Buckingham Palace and the British Parliament at Westminster.
- School receptionist Jane Tweddle among the bombing victims
LONDON (AP) — The names of the 22 victims killed by a suicide bomber at a Manchester concert on Monday night have not been officially released, but here what's known about them so far:
- 'We can use peace': Trump and Pope Francis meet
VATICAN CITY (AP) — President Donald Trump and Pope Francis, two leaders with contrasting styles and differing worldviews, met at the Vatican on Wednesday, setting aside their previous clashes to broadcast a tone of peace for an audience around the globe.
- Mulvaney defends Trump budget's social safety net cuts
WASHINGTON (AP) — White House budget chief Mick Mulvaney told lawmakers on Wednesday that President Donald Trump's plans to slash social programs are designed to increase economic growth to 3 percent and put "taxpayers first."
- A gunshot and a child dies: Should anyone be punished?
DURHAM, N.C. (AP) — Amy Pittman learned on her first day in jail to bottle up her grief.
- NBA All-Star game coming to Charlotte in 2019
CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) — The NBA All-Star game will be coming to Charlotte in 2019, two years after the city was to host the event.
- Kyrie-markable: Irving's 42 carries Cavaliers past Celtics
CLEVELAND (AP) — Kyrie Irving gritted his teeth, tightened up his left sneaker and hopped to his feet.
- Hoffman's goal helps Senators beat Penguins to force Game 7
OTTAWA, Ontario (AP) — Craig Anderson and the Ottawa Senators bounced back nicely two days after a blowout loss put them on the brink of elimination.
- NFL Hall of Famer Cortez Kennedy found dead at age 48
Cortez Kennedy was a hulking force at defensive tackle, the cornerstone of a franchise that had little to cheer about for most of his playing career.
- False alarm: Braves say no emergency, just malfunction
ATLANTA (AP) — An alarm and an emergency evacuation message on a sign board during the Atlanta Braves game turned out to be a false alarm.