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After splashy debut, bureaucracy awaits Caitlyn Jenner

This file photo taken by Annie Leibovitz exclusively for Vanity Fair shows the cover of the magazine's July 2015 issue featuring Bruce Jenner debuting as a transgender woman named Caitlyn Jenner. Jenner made her public debut on the cover of Vanity Fair, but legal requirements await her before she can officially leave Bruce Jenner behind. (Annie Leibovitz/Vanity Fair via AP, File)LOS ANGELES (AP) ? A glamorous Vanity Fair cover served as Caitlyn Jenner's introduction to the world, but far more mundane matters await the Olympic champion before she can legally assume her new identity.



Blazer details corruption in 1998, 2010 World Cup host bids

Chuck Blazer, pictured on June 13, 2005, admitted in court testimony that he conspired with fellow FIFA executives to accept bribes during the process to choose hosts for the 1998 and 2010 World CupsChuck Blazer admitted in court testimony released Wednesday he conspired with fellow FIFA executives to accept bribes during the process to choose hosts for the 1998 and 2010 World Cups. The bearded multimillionaire, the face of North American soccer for two decades, pleaded guilty to racketeering, part of a massive US corruption case targeting world football's governing body.



Triple Crown hopeful American Pharoah is Belmont favorite

Kentucky Derby and Preakness Stakes winner American Pharoah nips at his groom's hat during a bath after working out at Belmont Park, Wednesday, June 3, 2015, in Elmont, N.Y. American Pharoah will try for a Triple Crown when he runs in Saturday's 147th running of the Belmont Stakes horse race. (AP Photo/Julie Jacobson)NEW YORK (AP) ? Bob Baffert and the rest of the group in charge of American Pharoah could smile and laugh Wednesday after the Triple Crown hopeful landed in the No. 5 post position for the Belmont Stakes.



Bomb rocks city as Nigeria takes command of Boko Haram fightMAIDUGURI, Nigeria (AP) ? An explosion that thundered across the city killed at least 11 people in Nigeria's northeastern city of Maiduguri on Wednesday, as a Nigerian general took command of a multinational force fighting the extremist group Boko Haram.
Pentagon admits wider problem with anthrax shipments

Director of Medical Programs for DoD Chemical and Biological Defense Commander Franca Jones demonstrates how Anthrax is shipped to labs during a media briefing in Washington, DC, June 3, 2015The US military admitted Wednesday a problem involving mistaken shipments of live anthrax is much worse than previously reported, with samples of the lethal bacteria sent to more than 50 laboratories. Pentagon officials insisted there was no threat to public health but the latest numbers showed small concentrations of suspected live anthrax were shipped to 51 labs in 17 states and the US capital Washington, as well as to Australia, Canada and a US base in South Korea. When the Pentagon first acknowledged the problem last week, officials initially said more than a dozen labs were affected in nine states.



Plaintiff in 'gay conversion' suit tells of therapy methods

Benjamin Unger is sworn in as a witness in the trial against Jews Offering New Alternatives for Healing, (JONAH) Wednesday, June 3, 2015, in Jersey City, N.J. The nonprofit New Jersey based group, who promised to turn gays heterosexual with so-called gay conversion therapy, are being sued by Unger and three other plaintiffs for fraud. (Alex Remnick/The Star-Ledger via AP, Pool)JERSEY CITY, N.J. (AP) ? A plaintiff suing a New Jersey nonprofit over so-called 'gay conversion' therapy says he cut off contact with his mother after being told she was the cause of his same-sex attractions.



Expert panel: Mammograms are most worth it for women 50-69A new, international panel of experts has studied the most recent evidence on mammograms to screen for breast cancer and says they do the most good for women in their 50s and 60s.
Streaming service Tidal to offer discounts to students

FILE - In this Feb. 23, 2015 file photo, Jay-Z arrives at the 2015 Vanity Fair Oscar Party in Beverly Hills, Calif. Tidal, the streaming service co-owned by Jay Z, Rihanna, Madonna and other artists, announced Wednesday, June 3, it would offer its $9.99 service for $4.99 for anyone with a ?valid .edu email address? in a few weeks. The music platform also offers a premium service of $19.99 for high-fidelity sound, which is reduced to $9.99 for students. . (Photo by Evan Agostini/Invision/AP, File)NEW YORK (AP) ? Jay Z's struggling streaming service Tidal is watering down its prices for students.



Bear cub badly burned in Washington blaze is back in wildSEATTLE (AP) ? A bear cub found badly burned last summer in the largest wildfire in Washington state history has endured a long recovery but is now back in the wild.
Ex-FIFA executive detailed bribes in 2013 secret guilty pleaBy Joseph Ax NEW YORK (Reuters) - A former executive committee member of soccer?s global governing body FIFA told a U.S. judge in November 2013 that he took bribes in connection with the 1998 and 2010 World Cups, among other major tournaments. Charles Blazer, a U.S. citizen who spent two decades as a powerful soccer official, secretly pleaded guilty to 10 criminal counts in federal court in New York as part of an agreement with U.S. prosecutors, according to a partially blacked out transcript of the hearing released on Wednesday. According to U.S. officials, Blazer?s cooperation helped build a sprawling corruption case that has led to charges against top FIFA figures and helped prompt the resignation on Tuesday of longtime president Sepp Blatter.