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- Global Fund: $3.8 million fraud, stops aid to Nigeria agency
LAGOS, Nigeria (AP) — The Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria has suspended payments to Nigeria's AIDS agency over evidence that $3.8 million was stolen by its workers and consultants, the Geneva-based agency said Friday.
- The Latest: Doctor says he believes media mogul has dementia
LOS ANGELES (AP) — The Latest on a trial that will determine whether media mogul Sumner Redstone is mentally competent (all times local):
- Indians' Perez has thumb surgery, out 3 months
CLEVELAND (AP) — Indians catcher Roberto Perez is expected to miss up to three months after undergoing surgery on his right thumb Friday.
- The Latest: Arizona Senate OKs KidsCare, sends to governor
PHOENIX (AP) — The Latest on the legislative effort to restore KidsCare (all times local):
- The policy divide of the moment is Trump vs. Ryan
WASHINGTON (AP) — A presidential campaign throws policy differences into stark relief and so it is this time, on immigration, spending, trade, foreign affairs — you name it.
- Yankees put Sabathia on 15-day DL with groin injury
NEW YORK (AP) — Just after his best outing this season, CC Sabathia was put on the 15-day disabled list by the New York Yankees on Friday because of a strained left groin.
- Governor releases private emails dealing with state business
HELENA, Mont. (AP) — Gov. Steve Bullock has used his private email account to communicate about a wide variety of official business, from proposed legislation to his increasingly strained relationship with the former lieutenant governor, according to hundreds of pages of emails released Friday.
- Lawyers tell court inmate is incompetent, can't be executed
MONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP) — Lawyers for an Alabama death row inmate have asked a federal court to stop his execution next week, saying that strokes and dementia have left him incompetent and unable to remember the murder he was convicted of committing or understand why he's about to be executed.
- Arizona ruling: Docs' medical marijuana immunity is limited
PHOENIX (AP) — The Arizona Supreme Court says immunity provided doctors under the state's medical marijuana law for certifying patients to use pot only applies to the medical certifications, not other conduct such as making false statements in documents.
- Parents of Newtown victim honored for brain-health advocacy
HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) — Since their daughter was killed at Sandy Hook Elementary School, Jeremy Richman and Jennifer Hensel have created a foundation in her honor, funded research to help understand the underpinnings of violence and spoken on brain health around the country.
- Mexican commission calls for reparations in vaccine case
MEXICO CITY (AP) — Mexico's National Human Rights Commission blames the country's public health system for sickening 31 babies in a remote village last year. Two of the infants died.
- White Sox call up RHP Carroll; C Avila heads on rehab stint
CHICAGO (AP) — The Chicago White Sox have recalled right-handed reliever Scott Carroll from Triple-A Charlotte.
- Appeals court throws out 7-day competency evaluation order
SEATTLE (AP) — A federal appeals court has overturned an order requiring Washington state health officials to provide competency evaluations to mentally ill defendants within seven days of a judge's order.
- Jury: Anti-abortion activist's letter to doctor not a threat
WICHITA, Kan. (AP) — Jurors have sided with a Kanas anti-abortion activist by ruling that she didn't intentionally seek to intimidate a doctor by sending a letter that suggested someone might place an explosive under the physician's car.