- Motivational speaker Robbins' coal walk burns more than 30
DALLAS (AP) — More than 30 people who attended an event with motivational speaker Tony Robbins have been treated for burns after Robbins encouraged them to walk on hot coals as a way of conquering their fears, Dallas fire officials said.
- Markets reel as world absorbs shock of UK vote for Brexit
LONDON (AP) — Britain has jumped. Now it is wildly searching for the parachute.
- Cheers, jeers and fears as Britain votes to exit EU
LONDON (AP) — On its face Britain looked the same on Friday: The White Cliffs of Dover gleamed, the clamor of construction rumbled across London and bathers in the Hampstead Heath park took a dip in a murky pond while the rare sun lasted.
- Pro-EU Scots, Northern Irish eye UK escape after Brexit vote
EDINBURGH, Scotland (AP) — The United Kingdom's stunning vote to depart the European Union could end in the breakup of the U.K. itself.
- North Korea: We won't abandon nukes with US gun to our head
PYONGYANG, North Korea (AP) — The top North Korean official for U.S. relations told The Associated Press on Friday that his country is now a nuclear threat to be reckoned with, and Washington can expect more nuclear tests and missile launches like the ones earlier this week as long as it attempts to force his government's collapse through a policy of pressure and punishment.
- The Latest: Flood's death toll rises to 18 in West Virginia
CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) — The Latest on flooding that has devastated parts of West Virginia (all times local):
- 2 die in California wildfire that left little time to flee
LAKE ISABELLA, Calif. (AP) — A wildfire roared through the bone-dry mountains of central California and gave residents little time to flee the flames that burned homes to the ground and killed two people, authorities said Friday.
- Officials: No evidence Orlando gunman was gay
WASHINGTON (AP) — FBI investigators so far have not turned up persuasive evidence that Orlando gunman Omar Mateen was gay or pursuing gay relationships, according to two government officials familiar with the investigation.
- APNewsBreak: Few vets expelled under 'don't ask' seek remedy
Less than 8 percent of veterans expelled from the military under the "don't ask, don't tell" policy have applied to upgrade their discharges to honorable or strip references to their sexual orientation from their record.
- Young Colombians look ahead to a peace they've never known
BOGOTA, Colombia (AP) — Carlos Ordonez says he has no idea what peace looks like. The 25 year-old's town has been under constant threat from rebels for as long as he remembers.
- NFL to interview Matthew, Peppers, Harrison in PEDs probe
NEW YORK (AP) — Clay Matthews, Julius Peppers and James Harrison will be interviewed next month by NFL officials in connection to a media report that linked them to the use of performance-enhancing drugs.
- From indifference to uncertainty, Brexit talk hits Euro 2016
PARIS (AP) — Britain's momentous decision to leave the European Union was the talk of soccer's European Championship on Friday.
- World doping watchdog shuts down Rio Olympic laboratory
RIO DE JANEIRO (AP) — Just weeks before the Olympic Games open in Rio de Janeiro, the city's accredited anti-doping laboratory has been stopped from conducting tests.
- Nike drops lawsuit against Olympic hopeful Boris Berian
PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) — Nike dropped its lawsuit against Boris Berian over what brand of gear he wears, freeing the middle-distance runner to concentrate on the Olympic Trials next week.
- Column: If Ben Simmons is the question, Who's 'The Answer'?
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