- Hillary Clinton email trove reviewed for release, security
WASHINGTON (AP) — The government will examine thousands of Hillary Rodham Clinton's emails for public release — and for possible security lapses — after revelations she used a private account to conduct official business as secretary of state, a senior State Department official said Thursday.
- Harrison Ford crash lands vintage plane on golf course
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Harrison Ford crash-landed his World War II-era airplane on Thursday after losing engine power, suffering serious but not life-threatening injuries as he used his years of piloting prowess to bring down the plane on a golf course and avoid nearby homes in what one expert called a beautifully executed maneuver.
- Ford's real-life bravado equals Han Solo, Indiana Jones
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Harrison Ford is as much the daredevil in real life as Han Solo, Indiana Jones or the other larger-than-life characters that he has played on the screen.
- NYC landing mishap raises questions on runway snow closures
NEW YORK (AP) — The rough landing of a Delta jetliner at LaGuardia Airport in a driving snowstorm just minutes after the runway had been plowed has raised questions about when airports should close runways due to snow or ice.
- Russian priest feels closer to God in serenity of Antarctica
KING GEORGE ISLAND, Antarctica (AP) — Sophrony Kirilov pulls hard on the strings of the heavy Russian bells from inside the world's southernmost Eastern Orthodox church, calling to Mass anybody wanting to pray on this remote Antarctic island.
- NASA's Dawn spacecraft moves in on dwarf planet Ceres
LOS ANGELES (AP) — The largest celestial body in the asteroid belt between Mars and Jupiter welcomes its first visitor Friday.
- Emirates forges special relationship with el-Sissi's Egypt
DUBAI, United Arab Emirates (AP) — This small Gulf nation, known for its soaring skyscrapers and mercantile bent, is making itself into the most stalwart ally of the Arab world's biggest country.
- As world moves on, MH370 families find solace in each other
NANJING, China (AP) — For the past year, Wang Zheng has been avoiding one place: the modest apartment where his parents had been living for more 20 years in downtown Nanjing until they vanished along with the ill-fated Malaysia Airlines Flight 370.
- Security questioned in probe of attack on US envoy to Seoul
SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — Police on Friday investigated the motives of the anti-U.S. activist they say slashed the U.S. ambassador to South Korea as questions turned to whether security was neglected.
- Iraq says Islamic State militants 'bulldozed' ancient site
BAGHDAD (AP) — Islamic State militants "bulldozed" the renowned archaeological site of the ancient city of Nimrud in northern Iraq on Thursday using heavy military vehicles, the government said.
- Bigger, faster, stronger? Not everybody at spring training
PEORIA, Ariz. (AP) — Big and bloated or slim and sleek, plenty of big league players showed up to spring training this year looking nothing like they did last season.
- Holmes ties a record and builds a 4-shot lead at Doral
DORAL, Fla. (AP) — J.B. Holmes said one thing. His score said another.
- Hunter Pence breaks arm in Giants' win over Cubs
SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. (AP) — San Francisco outfielder Hunter Pence broke his left forearm and will be sidelined six to eight weeks after being hit by a pitch in the sixth inning of the Giants' 8-6 victory over a Chicago Cubs split-squad Thursday.
- Warm weather forced Iditarod farther north
ANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP) — Much of the start of the world's most famous sled dog race is covered in barren gravel, forcing Iditarod organizers to move the start further north where there is snow and ice.
- E'Twaun Moore lifts Bulls past Westbrook, Thunder
CHICAGO (AP) — E'Twaun Moore finished off Russell Westbrook and the Oklahoma City Thunder.