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Garcia bounces back to reach Strasbourg semifinals

Associated Press

Defending champion Caroline Garcia of France survived an early scare to beat Kristyna Pliskova in straight sets on Thursday and reach the semifinals of the Strasbourg International.

Raonic and Tsonga reach Lyon semifinals

Associated Press

Top-seeded Milos Raonic of Canada eased into the semifinals of the Lyon Open with a straight sets victory over Portuguese qualifier Gastao Elias on Thursday.

Judge orders ex-Barcelona president to be held without bail

Associated Press

A judge has ordered former Barcelona president Sandro Rosell to be held without bail as Spanish authorities continue to investigate his alleged involvement in a money-laundering scheme related to the television rights of Brazil's national team.

2 smugglers who escaped US prison captured in Mexico

- Associated Press

Federal police in Mexico City have captured two convicted cigarette smugglers who escaped a U.S. penitentiary in Virginia earlier this month, U.S. and Mexican authorities said Thursday.

This photo taken taken Feb. 16, 2017, shows Deen Brown, 94, of Oakdale, Conn. A leaked transcript of a telephone conversation between President Donald Trump and the president of the Philippines last month shows the leaders discussing the North Korean threat. Trump revealed the U.S. had two nuclear submarines in the region.  Brown, who conducted submarine war patrols for the Navy during World War II, said submarine locations shouldn't be advertised, but said he wasn't concerned with what Trump said because the submarines may not even be where he said they were. (AP Photo/Jennifer McDermott)

Some 'Silent Service' vets cringe at Trump's sub disclosure

- Associated Press

Some veterans of the Navy's "Silent Service" are cringing at news that President Donald Trump disclosed the whereabouts of two submarines that are part of an undersea force that prides itself on stealth.

21 indicted in Thailand-to-US sex-trafficking ring

- Associated Press

Hundreds of women were brought from Thailand to the U.S. and forced to be "modern day sex slaves," according to an indictment that charges 21 people in what authorities called a sophisticated sex-trafficking ring that used an elaborate money laundering scheme to conceal millions of dollars in earnings.

Police: Truck crashed on purpose into famed Nevada brothel

- Associated Press

A man was arrested before dawn Thursday after he backed a tractor-trailer through the front gate of the Moonlite Bunny Ranch brothel and crashed it into the building's front door, according to authorities and the owner of the famed Nevada establishment featured in the CatHouse reality television show.

Nebraska prison revolt began with spat over alcohol

Associated Press

Officials say a deadly uprising at a Nebraska prison began because inmates were angry that prison staffers had confiscated 150 pounds (68 kilograms) of homemade alcohol from them.

Cristiano Ronaldo could face tax-fraud charges in Spain

Associated Press

Spanish prosecutors are considering whether Cristiano Ronaldo should face charges over allegations by the country's tax agency that he defrauded the authorities of 15 million euros ($16.7 million) between 2011 and 2014.

Anaheim Ducks goalie Jonathan Bernier kneels on the ice as Nashville Predators' Filip Forsberg (9), of Sweden, and Pontus Aberg (46), of Sweden, celebrate a goal by teammate Colton Sissons, not shown, during the third period in Game 6 of the Western Conference final in the NHL hockey Stanley Cup playoffs Monday, May 22, 2017, in Nashville, Tenn. Sissons had a hat trick as the Predators won 6-3 to win the series 4-2 and advance to the Stanley Cup Finals. (AP Photo/Mark Humphrey)

Predators just 1 NHL team winning thanks to their Swedes

- Associated Press

Filip Forsberg is having quite the spring for the Nashville Predators, setting franchise records with his eight goals and 15 points. He's tied the team mark with at least a point in seven straight games.