• In a photo provided by Benoit Photo, Gold Rush Dancer and jockey Flavien Prat, inside, win the $200,000 Snow Chief Stakes horse race Saturday, May 28, 2016, at Santa Anita in Arcadia, Calif. (Benoit Photo via AP)

    Gold Rush Dancer wins Snow Chief Stakes at Santa Anita

    ARCADIA, Calif. (AP) — Gold Rush Dancer won the $200,000 Snow Chief Stakes by a nose Saturday at Santa Anita on California Gold Rush Day for state bred or sired horses.

  • Santo Domingo Pueblo begins housing project construction

    SANTO DOMINGO PUEBLO, N.M. (AP) — A Santo Domingo Pueblo housing project is intended to keep the Native American community connected with tradition while linking commuters to trains.

  • F1 halo device moves step closer to implementation in 2017

    MONACO (AP) — Further tests on the protective halo device for drivers will take place in June with a view to implementing it in time for the 2017 Formula One season.

  • In this Dec. 13, 2011, snowboarder Kevin Pearce hits the slopes in Breckenridge, Colo., for the first time in almost two years. A near-fatal halfpipe crash while training for the 2010 Olympics ended Pearce's snowboarding career and changed his life forever. In May 2016, Pearce is still recovering. He learning how to cope with his traumatic brain injury, and now is helping other traumatic brain injury survivors do the same. (AP Photo/Jack Dempsey)

    Injured snowboarder helps other brain injury survivors

    LINCOLN, Vt. (AP) — A near-fatal halfpipe crash while training for the 2010 Olympics ended Kevin Pearce’s snowboarding career and changed his life forever. Six years later, Pearce, 28, continues to cope with his traumatic brain injury that he will carry with him for the rest of his life and he’s helping other survivors do the same.

  • Students accused in campus sex assaults target federal rules

    ATLANTA (AP) — As colleges face increasing pressure to aggressively investigate reports of sex assaults, some critics say the rights of the accused are being trampled. Now they want federal guidance on the issue to be tossed out.

  • In this March 15, 2016, file photo, Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump speaks to supporters at his primary election night event at his Mar-a-Lago Club in Palm Beach, Fla., as campaign manager Corey Lewandowski listens at left. Trump’s penchant for encouraging rivalries and pitting even those closest to him against each other is roiling his Republican presidential campaign as he plunges into the general election. The tensions boiled over last week with the abrupt ouster of political director Rick Wiley, who left the campaign after just six weeks. (AP Photo/Gerald Herbert, File)

    In business and politics, Trump stokes internal rivalries

    WASHINGTON (AP) — When Donald Trump acquired a pair of Atlantic City casinos in the mid-1980s, he pitted his managers against each other in a ferocious competition over everything from booking entertainers to attracting high-rolling gamblers.

  • Aubrey McClendon’s Thunder stake at issue in probate court

    OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — The roughly 20 percent ownership stake in the Oklahoma City Thunder held by the late Aubrey McClendon has become a concern of his estate’s creditors.

  • FOR STORY SLUGGED FRANCE PAUL WATSON - Canadian captain Paul Watson speaks with the Associated-Press in Paris, Tuesday, April 12, 2016.  Founder  of Greenpeace and the controversial Sea Shepherd, anti-whaling activist Watson has a long history of confronting governments, and is on Interpol’s international fugitives list, but now, France has granted him political asylum. (AP Photo/Michel Euler)

    Sea Shepherd founder Paul Watson rams whalers for a living

    PARIS (AP) — He’s a fugitive on Interpol’s Red List and a marine vigilante who’s done jail time for extradition requests. Yet to many, he’s also a heroic marine conservationist who risks his life and those of his crew to save countless endangered whales, turtles, dolphins and sharks from slaughter.

  • In this Wednesday, May 25, 2016 photograph, customers buy food at a Case's Pork Roll Paradise vendor during a Trenton Thunder baseball game in Trenton, N.J. The salted pork-based processed meat was developed in the state's capital city of Trenton by John Taylor in 1856. It's often consumed as a breakfast meat paired with egg and cheese in a sandwich usually served on a bagel, bun or hard roll. (AP Photo/Mel Evans)

    A state divided: Do you call it Taylor ham or pork roll?

    TRENTON, N.J. (AP) — It’s one of the most divisive issues in New Jersey, one that inflames regional rivalries and spurs fierce debate among residents and lawmakers.

  • FIFA: ‘Ludicrous’ to claim Infantino plot to remove Scala

    MILAN (AP) — An alleged plot by FIFA President Gianni Infantino to oust the official who oversaw the salary offer he refused to accept has been dismissed as “ludicrous” by world soccer’s governing body.