- British politics in disarray; Scotland hopes to block Brexit
LONDON (AP) — Britain faced unending political chaos Sunday as Scotland's leader declared the Scottish parliament might try to block Britain's exit from the European Union and lawmakers in the opposition Labour Party revolted against their chief for his lackluster efforts to convince British voters to stay in the bloc.
- Fallujah fully liberated from IS group, Iraqi commander says
BAGHDAD (AP) — Five weeks after a military operation began, a senior Iraqi commander declared Sunday that the city of Fallujah was "fully liberated" from the Islamic State group, giving a major boost to the country's security and political leadership in its fight against the extremists.
- British expatriates fear for their future after UK vote
BENIDORM, Spain (AP) — Tad Dawson's pub in this Spanish vacation town was doing a brisk business in the summer sun. The only dark clouds he saw were coming from the bar's TV, tuned to a British news channel.
- For Trump and Brexit voters, echoes of the same frustrations
MAYBOLE, Scotland (AP) — At the heart of the campaign that led Britain to vote to leave the European Union was a desire to regain independence lost amid a globalized world. It's the same kind of feeling that Donald Trump rode to become the presumptive Republican nominee in the U.S., where he campaigns to put "America first" and "make America great again."
- At gay pride parades, large crowds and increased security
NEW YORK (AP) — With a moment of silence followed by the roar of motorcycles, New York City's gay pride parade kicked off Sunday, a celebration of barriers breached and a remembrance of the lives lost in the massacre at a gay nightclub in Orlando.
- Argentina's 'stolen babies' seek truth, face ghosts
BUENOS AIRES, Argentina (AP) — Pedro Sandoval stopped celebrating Mother's Day, Father's Day and even his own birthday after he found out the truth: The mom and dad he knew growing up had stolen him from his biological parents, who were kidnapped, tortured and never heard from again during Argentina's 1976-1983 military dictatorship.
- Owners of AR-style firearms defend their weapon of choice
ATLANTA (AP) — Karen Butler still remembers the first time she picked up an AR-15-style rifle a decade ago.
- Primary odd couple pushes to unite Democratic party
WASHINGTON (AP) — It seemed like a surprising party of two.
- Obama OKs federal aid for West Virginia; at least 24 dead
CLENDENIN, W.Va. (AP) — With the missing accounted for in all but one county, West Virginia on Sunday turned its attention to recovery after disastrous floods killed at least 24 people and rendered many more homeless. The deluge tore through roads and bridges and knocked out utilities that still haven't been restored in some communities.
- Italian police capture fugitive mob boss sought for 20 years
ROME (AP) — Italy's second most sought-after fugitive, a convicted, ruthless 'ndrangheta crime syndicate boss, was captured Sunday as he slept in his bed in a hideout in the rugged Calabrian mountains, police and prosecutors said.
- Past few days 'difficult' for former Tennessee coach Summitt
KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — Pat Summitt's family said Sunday that the last few days have been difficult for the former Tennessee women's basketball coach as her Alzheimer's disease progresses.
- Defending champ Serena Williams at Wimbledon ready to play
LONDON (AP) — Top-ranked Serena Williams hasn't won a Grand Slam since Wimbledon a year ago, but the 21-time major champion appeared confident about her chances of retaining the title on the eve of the tournament.
- Murray-Lendl partnership among things to know at Wimbledon
LONDON (AP) — Andy Murray was part of the first wave of top tennis players who hired former stars of the game as coaches, striking up a successful partnership with Ivan Lendl that resulted in two Grand Slam titles, including at Wimbledon in 2013.
- Reds retire Rose's No. 14, capping big weekend for hits king
CINCINNATI (AP) — The Reds formally retired Pete Rose's No. 14 on Sunday, capping a big weekend for baseball's hits king that was a success for the franchise in every way except on the field.
- MLB puts finishing touches on Fort Bragg baseball field
FORT BRAGG, N.C. (AP) — A weed-infested golf course at Fort Bragg has bloomed into a major league-quality baseball field on the vast U.S. Army post.