3rd Chicago cop relieved of powers over man shot in back
CHICAGO (AP) ? Chicago Police Superintendent Eddie Johnson on Saturday relieved a third officer of his police powers in the death of a suspect after autopsy results showed the 18-year-old died of a gunshot wound to the back.
Trump says Clinton trying to rig debates with NFL conflicts
WASHINGTON (AP) ? Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump says opponent Hillary Clinton and other Democrats "are trying to rig" the fall debates by scheduling two of the events opposite NFL games. The football league has complained to him about the debate schedule in a letter, the billionaire says.
Fatal shooting of San Diego cop not immediately linked to ambushes
San Diego Police Chief Shelley Zimmerman also said investigators were looking for no additional suspects in Thursday night's incident, in which two members of her department's anti-gang squad were gunned down. A second man was arrested on an outstanding warrant near a house that a police SWAT team had surrounded in the aftermath of the shootout, but Zimmerman said investigators have yet to determine whether he was involved in the deadly confrontation with police. Zimmerman said she had no further details about the circumstances or motives behind the shooting, which unfolded when the officers attempted to stop an individual in a high-crime neighborhood of southeastern San Diego.
Pocket US Constitution becomes best-seller after speech
Luke Aikins becomes first skydiver to successfully jump without a parachute, landing in a net in California.LOS ANGELES (AP) ? Luke Aikins becomes first skydiver to successfully jump without a parachute, landing in a net in California. .
Billionaire's aide says no plans to help Trump
Norman Lear explores social inequality in Epix docuseriesBEVERLY HILLS, Calif. (AP) ? Norman Lear, age 94 and a native New Yorker, thought he knew a few things about the obstacles of housing in the Big Apple.
Storms, no new pairings set up wild finish at PGA
Thunderstorms that prevented leaders from starting the third round of the PGA Championship set the stage for a bizarre finish at rain-swamped Baltusrol. Top-ranked defending champion Jason Day of Australia, only two shots back of US co-leaders Jimmy Walker and Robert Streb, and British Open champion Henrik Stenson, who sat three adrift, were among those unable to tee off due to dangerous weather. More thunderstorms are forecast Sunday and Monday, so Kerry Haigh, PGA of America's chief championships officer, decided to keep third-round pairings for the fourth round and start it early to try and finish on Sunday.
Hall of Famer Mike Piazza has his No. 31 retired by Mets
Cowboys pay tribute to Dallas police before start of camp
OXNARD, Calif. (AP) ? In one wave after another, Jason Witten, Tony Romo and Dez Bryant walked arm-in-arm onto the field for the start of the Cowboys' training camp with families of the Dallas police officers killed by a gunman this month.