- Attorney general wishes she hadn't met with Bill Clinton
WASHINGTON (AP) — Attorney General Loretta Lynch is expressing regret that she sat down with Bill Clinton while his wife is under federal criminal investigation, a chance encounter she acknowledges "cast a shadow" on the public's perception of a case bound to influence the presidential campaign.
- Gunmen take hostages at Bangladesh restaurant; 2 dead
DHAKA, Bangladesh (AP) — As many as nine gunmen attacked a restaurant popular with foreigners in a diplomatic zone of the Bangladeshi capital Dhaka on Friday night, taking hostages, killing two officers and wounding at least 26 people in a gunbattle with security forces, authorities and a witness said.
- Bill Clinton and his loose-cannon episodes
WASHINGTON (AP) — Long regarded as having one of the shrewdest political minds among recent presidents, Bill Clinton has at times angered and alienated Democrats and Republicans alike while campaigning for his wife, Hillary Clinton.
- In VP search, Trump and Clinton eye different priorities
WASHINGTON (AP) — Donald Trump wants a running mate who has what he lacks — political experience. Hillary Clinton is putting a premium on diversity as she searches for a No. 2.
- US says up to 116 civilians killed in counterterror strikes
WASHINGTON (AP) — Peeling back some of the secrecy of America's drone strikes on suspected terrorists, the Obama administration on Friday said it has killed up to 116 civilians in counterterror attacks in Pakistan, Yemen and other places where the U.S. is not engaged in active, on-the-ground warfare.
- Serena survives at Wimbledon, racket doesn't; Djokovic down
LONDON (AP) — Dismayed at dropping the first set after being a single point from taking it, Serena Williams sat in her Centre Court sideline chair and cracked her racket against the turf once, twice, three times, four.
- Royal Troon votes to admit female members
TROON, Scotland (AP) — Royal Troon voted overwhelmingly Friday to admit female members for the first time in the club's 138-year history.
- Judge lets new painkillers lawsuit against NFL teams proceed
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — More than 1,500 former players claiming that NFL teams and their training staffs dispensed powerful drugs while misleading them about the health risks will get their day in court.
- Ledecky poised to win 3rd individual title at US swim trials
OMAHA, Neb. (AP) — Katie Ledecky set herself up to swim a third individual event in Rio, qualifying fastest for the 800-meter freestyle at the U.S. trials Friday.
- Woods to sit out British Open and miss another major
TROON, Scotland (AP) — Tiger Woods is out of the British Open, the first time he has sat out three majors in one year.