• Police: 2 men fatally stabbed in Salvation Army apartment

    ROCHESTER, Minn. (AP) - Police have arrested a man in the fatal stabbings of two men at a Salvation Army apartment building in Minnesota.

    The stabbings were reported around 7:15 p.m. Saturday at a building in Rochester. Officers found two men on the fourth floor of the building "suffering from critical stab wounds." They were pronounced dead at a hospital.

  • 'Black Panther' tops box office for 5th straight weekend

    NEW YORK (AP) - "Black Panther" has become the first film since 2000's "Avatar" to top the weekend box office five straight weekends.

    According to studio estimates Sunday, "Black Panther" grossed $27 million in ticket sales over the weekend, pushing its domestic haul to $605.4 million. Worldwide, "Black Panther" has grossed more than $1.1 billion.

  • Winning $457 million Powerball ticket sold in Pennsylvania

    DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) - If you bought a Powerball ticket in Pennsylvania for Saturday's drawing, you may be holding a piece of paper worth $457 million.

    Powerball officials say a single winning ticket was sold in Pennsylvania that matches all of the winning numbers: 22-57-59-60-66 and Powerball 7. The jackpot from Saturday's drawing is the eighth-largest ever for the Powerball game.

    The specific location where the winning ticket was sold has not been announced.

  • Teen, man who often got her out of school located in Mexico

    ALLENTOWN, Pa. (AP) - The mother of a Pennsylvania teenager says she went from not eating or sleeping to crying tears of relief when her missing daughter was located in a popular Mexican resort city.

    Miu Luu tells The (Allentown) Morning Call she's happy 16-year-old Amy Yu has been found.

    Federal agents and Mexican authorities found Amy and 45-year-old Kevin Esterly Saturday in Playa del Carmen.

  • Teen, man who often got her out of school located in Mexico

    ALLENTOWN, Pa. (AP) - Authorities say a missing Pennsylvania teenager and a 45-year-old man who frequently signed her out of school without her parents' permission have been located in Mexico, and the man has been arrested.

    The Allentown Morning Call reports U.S. and Mexican authorities found Kevin Esterly and 16-year-old Amy Yu in Playa del Carmen on Saturday. They are being returned to the U.S.

  • Man found dead in parked California van had criminal history

    GARDEN GROVE, Calif. (AP) - A homeless man found dead with three others in a parked van outside a Southern California strip mall had a lengthy criminal history, including convictions for conspiracy to murder and child abuse, authorities said Saturday.

    Phunyouphone Kanyavong, a woman believed to be his girlfriend and their two young children were found dead in their pajamas Thursday night inside a van with blankets covering the windows in the city of Garden Grove, police said.

  • Texas A&M stuns reigning champ UNC 86-65 in NCAA 2nd round

    CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) - T.J. Starks scored 21 points and Texas A&M overpowered North Carolina inside, upsetting the reigning national champions 86-65 Sunday in the NCAA Tournament to mark the second straight year a title holder missed the Sweet 16.

  • DeVoe, Clemson rout cold-shooting Auburn to reach Sweet 16

    SAN DIEGO (AP) - Gabe DeVoe scored 22 points and Elijah Thomas had 18 points and 11 rebounds for Clemson, which closed the first half with a 25-4 run that helped it beat cold-shooting Auburn 84-53 on Sunday and advance to the Midwest Region semifinal.

    In a matchup between Southern schools better known for football, the No. 5 seed Clemson Tigers proved far more adept on the hardwood than the No. 4 seed Auburn Tigers.

  • Twins SS Polanco banned 80 games after positive drug test

    A big second half by shortstop Jorge Polanco helped push the Minnesota Twins into the playoffs last season. This year, they'll try to start fast without him.

    Polanco was suspended 80 games on Sunday after testing positive for the performance-enhancing substance Stanozolol. He became the sixth player to be banned this year under the major league drug program - one more than last year.

  • Tennessee loses in NCAAs for first time at home

    KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (AP) - Oregon State coach Scott Rueck had insulated himself from much of the media coverage leading into the women's NCAA Tournament.

    But struggling to sleep at 2 a.m. Sunday morning before Oregon State faced Tennessee in the second round, Rueck stumbled upon an ESPN preview article.

    He noticed a nugget about the Lady Vols having never lost at home in the NCAA Tournament and thought, "How often in life do you have a chance to do something for the first time?"

  • Westbrook, Thunder end Raptors' 11-game win streak

    TORONTO (AP) - Russell Westbrook had 37 points, 14 assists and 13 rebounds for his fifth straight triple-double, Steven Adams scored 25 points and the Oklahoma City Thunder beat the Raptors 132-125 on Sunday, snapping Toronto's winning streak at 11.

    Paul George scored 22 points and Carmelo Anthony had 15 as the Thunder extended their winning streak to six. Corey Brewer scored 10 points for Oklahoma City.

  • Southamption beats Wigan 2-0 in FA Cup in Hughes' 1st game

    LONDON (AP) - Southampton rallied after the break to defeat third-tier Wigan Athletic 2-0 and reach the FA Cup semifinals in Mark Hughes' first match in charge on Sunday.

    Hughes, who took over as coach from the fired Mauricio Pellegrino on Wednesday, watched as his side was largely outplayed by the home team in the first half. Wigan knocked Manchester City out in the previous round and was looking to beat its fourth Premier League side.

  • After broken hand, Flight of the Conchords tour postponed

    NEW YORK (AP) - The music comedy group Flight of the Conchords has postponed a series of tour dates after Bret McKenzie injured his hand in what he called a "very rock 'n' roll injury - falling down some stairs."

    In a statement posted on the band's website on Sunday, McKenzie said the upcoming United Kingdom tour of the Flight of the Conchords would be rescheduled after he broke two bones in his hand. McKenzie says he will be prevented from performing for several weeks.

  • Egypt censors play 'Before the Revolution,' author appeals

    CAIRO (AP) - Egypt's state censors have prohibited the performance of a play on the day of its Cairo premiere, saying it cannot be shown without the removal of five scenes.

    As a result, director Ahmed El Attar cancelled the Sunday and Monday showings of Before the Revolution, a two-actor piece that depicts oppression and stagnation in Egypt before its 2011 popular uprising,

  • Cellist Yo-Yo Ma to speak at MIT about the role of culture

    CAMBRIDGE, Mass. (AP) - World-famous cellist Yo-Yo Ma is set to give a lecture at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

    The school says Ma will visit the campus Monday to deliver a talk titled "Yo-Yo Ma: Culture, Understanding and Survival " as part of a lecture series featuring figures in modern thought.

    Ma is a prolific performer who has recorded more than 100 albums and has worked to promote collaboration among artists from different cultures.

  • Vandal tags mural created by British graffiti artist Banksy

    NEW YORK (AP) - British graffiti artist Banksy is drawing crowds to his New York City mural but for an unfortunate reason.

    It seems somebody added a signature tag to his artful protest of the imprisonment of a Turkish artist and journalist.

  • Barbra Streisand says no #MeToo moment marred her life

    LOS ANGELES (AP) - Barbra Streisand said she's never suffered sexual harassment but has felt abused by the media.

    During a tribute to Streisand's decades of TV music specials and other programs, producer and long-time admirer Ryan Murphy queried her about her career, the #MeToo movement and her aversion to interviews.

    "Never," she replied when asked if she had been sexually mistreated. "I wasn't like those pretty girls with those nice little noses. Maybe that's why."

  • Demi Lovato celebrates 6 years sober at show with DJ Khaled

    NEW YORK (AP) - Demi Lovato celebrated six years of sobriety at a concert in New York with tour mate DJ Khaled, whose powerful words brought the pop star to tears.

    Lovato performed Friday night at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, telling the audience that March 15 was a proud day for her.

  • Mueller now has memos McCabe kept on Trump dealings

    WASHINGTON (AP) - Andrew McCabe, the onetime FBI deputy director long scorned by President Donald Trump and just fired by the attorney general, kept personal memos detailing interactions with the president that have been provided to the special counsel's office and are similar to the notes compiled by dismissed FBI chief James Comey, The Associated Press has learned.

  • Death penalty for drug traffickers part of Trump opioid plan

    WASHINGTON (AP) - President Donald Trump's plan to combat opioid drug addiction calls for stiffer penalties for drug traffickers, including the death penalty where it's appropriate under current law.

    Administration officials say Trump also wants Congress to pass legislation reducing the amount of drugs necessary to trigger mandatory minimum sentences on traffickers who knowingly distribute certain illicit opioids.

  • At State Department, Heather Nauert's star is ascendant

    WASHINGTON (AP) - When the ax fell on Secretary of State Rex Tillerson, his spokeswoman was half a world away, a distance he and his inner circle preferred and enforced.

    Now, it's Tillerson who's on his way out after his unceremonious firing by President Donald Trump, and Heather Nauert whose star is ascendant.

  • California to get first female and first LGBT Senate leader

    SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) - San Diego Sen. Toni Atkins will make history Wednesday when she becomes the first woman and first lesbian to hold the California Senate's top job.

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  • The Latest: Firm employed by Trump campaign tapped Facebook

    WASHINGTON (AP) - The Latest on a data firm that worked with the Trump campaign, tapping Facebook profiles, (all times local):

    5:45 p.m.

    A data analysis firm employed by President Donald Trump's 2016 campaign tapped the Facebook profiles of more than 50 million users without their permission, allowing it to capitalize on the private social media activity of a large portion of the U.S. electorate, newspapers reported Saturday.


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