• Ex-coach rejoins Oklahoma City soccer team after acquittal

    OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — A former Oklahoma City soccer coach who was accused in the death of an off-duty police officer in England plans to rejoin the organization after he was cleared of all charges.

  • New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady throws during an NFL football training camp in Foxborough, Mass., Friday, July 31, 2015. (AP Photo/Charles Krupa)

    Players’ union, league seek quick resolution to Brady case

    NEW YORK (AP) — The federal judge handling Tom Brady’s attempt to overturn his four-game suspension strongly suggested the New England quarterback and NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell appear in court on Aug. 12 and 19.

    Updated: 3:46 pm

  • Defendant in FIFA case appears in US court

    NEW YORK (AP) — An Argentinian sports marketing executive pleaded not guilty in a U.S. court Friday in the massive racketeering and bribery case that has scandalized international soccer.

    Updated: 3:28 pm

  • Mark O'Mara, attorney for the DuBose family, stands in the courtroom before the arraignment of former University of Cincinnati police officer Ray Tensing at Hamilton County Courthouse for the shooting death of motorist Samuel DuBose, Thursday, July 30, 2015, in Cincinnati. Tensing, who was indicted and fired from his job on Wednesday, shot and killed Dubose on July 19 after stopping him over a missing license plate. Tensing pleaded not guilty Thursday to charges of murder and involuntary manslaughter.  (AP Photo/John Minchillo)

    No charges vs. 2 officers at scene of traffic stop shooting

    CINCINNATI (AP) — Two University of Cincinnati police officers who were at the scene just after a fellow officer fatally shot a driver are not being charged, a prosecutor said Friday.

  • In this photo taken July 8, 2015, U.S. District Judge Michael Davis poses in his chambers his Minneapolis chambers. Davis, who became chief judge of the Minnesota district in 2008, and recently stepped down from that post, will turn 68 later this month, but hasn’t said whether he’ll reduce his caseload. Several men and women have been prosecuted on terror charges in Minnesota since 2009, and all of them have eventually landed in front of Davis. (AP Photo/Jeff Baenen)

    Federal judge takes nuanced approach in US terrorism cases

    MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — U.S. District Judge Michael Davis had seen this in his courtroom before — a young Somali-American who hadn’t previously been a troublemaker was now accused of conspiring to leave the U.S. and join the Islamic State group.

  • Thursday, July 30, 2015

    Wing part could help solve one of aviation’s biggest mysteries: what happened to MH370?

  • Convicted rapist in New Mexico gets 54 more years in prison

    ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — A convicted rapist has been sentenced to an additional 54 years in prison for three other sexual assault cases in New Mexico.

  • Bills coach Kromer pleads not guilty to battery

    FORT WALTON BEACH, Fla. (AP) — Buffalo Bills offensive line coach Aaron Kromer has pleaded not guilty to a charge that he punched a boy in the face for using his beach chairs in Florida.

  • Bears’ Jennings pleads guilty to reckless driving charge

    BOURBONNAIS, Ill. (AP) — Chicago Bears cornerback Tim Jennings pleaded guilty to reckless driving stemming from an arrest in Georgia in January.

  • In this image made from Colorado Judicial Department video, Arlene Holmes, top right, the mother of James Holmes, third from left, in white shirt, stand for the jury to leave for a break in testimony during the sentencing phase of the Colorado theater shooting trial in Centennial, Colo., on Wednesday, July 29, 2015. Once they begin deliberating on the sentence, the Holmes jury will be charged with deciding if Holmes is to be executed, or if any mitigating evidence, such as mental health issues, warrants instead life in prison. (Colorado Judicial Department via AP, Pool)

    Jurors instructed on reasons to spare Colorado gunman’s life

    CENTENNIAL, Colo. (AP) — Defense lawyers for James Holmes made one more appeal for mercy Thursday, urging jurors to consider mental illness in his sentencing even though they rejected his insanity claim when they convicted him of murdering 12 people and trying to kill 70 others at a Colorado movie theater.