Emotional Eden Park memorial for rugby great Jonah Lomu
A Maori mourning chant echoed around New Zealand's spiritual home of rugby Monday as New Zealand paid tribute to All Black great Jonah Lomu with thousands of fans packing a memorial service at Auckland's Eden Park. Former All Blacks including Michael Jones and Frank Bunce carried a black casket containing his body onto the field as Lomu's wife Nadene and sons Brayley, 6, and Dhyreille, 5, wearing black shirts with the winger's number 11, followed with heads bowed.
Police: Bus overturns, 1 serious injury, 34 minor injuriesRICHMOND, Va. (AP) ? Virginia State Police say a chartered bus carrying 51 people, mostly college students, has overturned near Richmond and one person has been seriously injured and 34 others suffered minor injuries.
Police officer shot, killed during call; suspect charged
76ers tie NBA worst with 0-18 start after loss to Grizzlies
Trump scraps endorsement event after black pastors object
JERSEY CITY, N.J. (AP) ? Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump has cancelled a press conference in which his campaign said he would be endorsed by as many as 100 black evangelical religious leaders. Many of those invited to the event say they had no intention of endorsing the billionaire businessman and former reality television star.
Kobe Bryant says he will retire at end of season
Singer Sinead O'Connor 'threatens suicide' in Facebook post
Troubled Irish singer Sinead O'Connor appeared to have attempted suicide, after a statement on her Facebook page said she had taken an overdose. The post, whose authenticity could not immediately be verified, expresses hurt that O'Connor had been cut off from her family by events described as "a horrific set of betrayals". A public relations company linked to O'Connor was not immediately available for comment.
Georgia's Richt stepping down following 'mutual' decision
'No more baby parts': Reclusive suspect's words draw focus
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (AP) ? Robert Lewis Dear told authorities "no more baby parts" after being arrested for the shooting of a Colorado Planned Parenthood clinic, according to a law enforcement official, part of a rambling statement that investigators are parsing to understand the reasoning behind an assault that left three dead.
Governments, investors partner to break through clean technology barriersBy Valerie Volcovici NEW YORK (Reuters) - Bill Gates and some of the world's other richest entrepreneurs will join with governments from both rich and emerging countries on Monday to kick off the Paris climate talks by pledging billions of dollars of investment in clean energy technologies. The United States, France, India and 17 other countries will announce they will double the $10 billion they collectively spend on clean energy research and development in the next five years, shining a spotlight on role of technology in any climate agreement reached in Paris. U.S. President Barack Obama, French President Francois Hollande and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi will launch the Mission Innovation initiative on the first day of the U.N. climate summit in Paris.