PARADISE ISLAND, Bahamas (AP) — Lindsey Wright didn’t realize she finished with six straight 3s on her scorecard. She couldn’t name the holes where she made her seven birdies on Saturday. She only knew she played some pretty good golf in the rainy Bahamas LPGA Classic.
Read more here: Wright sets the LPGA pace in rainy Bahamas
LONDON (AP) — Bayern Munich and Borussia Dortmund played a scoreless first half of their all-German Champions League final, with both teams missing several chances to score.
Read more here: Champions League final: 0-0 at halftime
The decision by the Boy Scouts of America to stop seeing homosexuality as a moral failing and accept gay boys raises an important question for troops from Sheboygan to Atlanta: Will Cub scouts and Eagle scouts exodus en masse, and, if so, to where?
Read more here: Boy Scouts: Will anti-gay troops emerge?
SANAA, Yemen (AP) — Security officials say two Yemeni soldiers have been killed by a roadside bomb in a restive province where high-level intelligence officers have been assassinated in the past.
Read more here: Roadside bomb kills 2 Yemeni soldiers
Hillary Clinton for president in 2016?
Read more here: Clinton leads 2016 poll in Iowa, but Rand Paul is close
NEW DELHI (AP) — Police say suspected Maoist rebels attacked a convoy of cars carrying local leaders and supporters of India’s ruling Congress party in eastern India, killing at least 16 people and wounding 25 others.
Read more here: Suspected rebels kill 16, wound 25 in east India
CAIRO (AP) — Egypt's Supreme Constitutional Court ruled on Saturday against parts of an election law approved by the Islamist-led legislature that had lifted a long-standing ban on the use of religious slogans during campaigning.
Read more here: Egypt top court rules against religious slogans
ANKARA, Turkey (AP) — Dozens of couples have locked lips at a subway stop in Turkey's capital, Ankara, to protest subway authorities' admonishment of a couple that kissed in public.
Read more here: Turkish couples kiss in subway in protest
Speaking to the nation’s future military leaders this Memorial Day weekend, their Commander in Chief and Secretary of Defense made a point of addressing an important issue in today’s armed services: sexual assault.
Read more here: Obama, Hagel tell young officers: You must lead in ridding US military of sexual assault
MILWAUKEE (AP) — Brewers manager Ron Roenicke says closer Jim Henderson is expected to be out “a while” with a pulled hamstring.
Read more here: Brewers closer Henderson out with hamstring injury