World Video Game Hall of Fame prepares to induct 2016 classROCHESTER, N.Y. (AP) ? Last year, "Super Mario Bros." and "Pong" were among the first inductees to the World Video Game Hall of Fame.
Court to hear forced medication appeal in doctor murder caseHARTFORD, Conn. (AP) ? The Connecticut Supreme Court will hear arguments on whether a doctor charged with killing a Yale University physician can be forcibly medicated to render him competent to stand trial.
US, Russia win truce promise in Syria's Aleppo
Under pressure from Russia and the United States, the Syrian army agreed to respect a two-day truce in the war-ravaged city of Aleppo. The Syrian climb-down came after Washington said the US and Russia had agreed to push the warring parties to extend their shaky ceasefire. "A truce will be in place in Aleppo for 48 hours from 1:00 am on Thursday (2200 GMT Wednesday)," Syrian army command said, according to state media.
Doctor called to help Prince is a longtime pain specialist
MILL VALLEY, Calif. (AP) ? The Northern California doctor who was asked to help Prince before his death is an addiction and pain specialist who has championed the use of a semi-synthetic opiate to treat pain.
Flood of refugees leads to cricket boom in Germany
The influx of asylum seekers into Germany, especially from cricket-mad Pakistan and Afghanistan, has created an unexpected boom for the sport in a country where football has long been king. The DCB's chief executive officer, Brian Mantle, says they have been swamped by enquiries through their website (www.cricket.de) to set up new clubs across the country, supply equipment and point new arrivals to their local team.
Hornqvist scores in OT, Penguins beat Capitals 3-2
PITTSBURGH (AP) ? Patric Hornqvist beat Braden Holtby between the legs 2:31 into overtime to give the Pittsburgh Penguins a 3-2 victory over the Washington Capitals on Wednesday night in Game 4 of the second-round series.
Judge says Clinton may have to testify in email lawsuit
By Julia Edwards WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A federal judge in Washington on Wednesday ordered that Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton may have to testify in a lawsuit related to the private email server she used while secretary of state. U.S. District Judge Emmet Sullivan said the parties in the case, the State Department and conservative watchdog group Judicial Watch, also struck an agreement about the scope of the testimonies that some of Clinton's former top aides will give in the case. Clinton has come under fire for using a private email account and server at her home in New York state for official emails when she was America's top diplomat between 2009 and 2013.
3 for all: Cavaliers make record 25 3-pointers, rout Hawks
Detroit teachers ending 2-day sick-out, fighting legislation
Trump urges Republican unity as he eyes clash with Clinton
Billionaire Donald Trump pledged to unify the fractured Republican Party following a bruising primary season, as he declared the battle for the White House starts now against likely Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton. Trump's path to the GOP presidential nomination is clear after his commanding victory in Indiana's primary Tuesday pushed remaining challengers Ted Cruz and then Ohio Governor John Kasich out of the race. "Now we'll unify the party," Trump, 69, told Fox News.