• In this Oct. 27, 2015 file photo, Philippine Vice President Jejomar Binay talks about his economic platform during a dialogue with the country's business sector at suburban Pasay city south of Manila, Philippines. In a poor Southeast Asian country with a soft spot for the underdog, Binay has tried to turn online jokes about his dark complexion and small stature to his advantage by portraying himself in campaign ads as an everyman who understands the struggles of the underclass. But Binay, who is running fourth in opinion polls ahead of May 9, 2016 presidential elections, is battling another image he says is a political smear - that of a corrupt bureaucrat who built a fortune from government coffers. (AP Photo/Bullit Marquez, File)

    Corruption allegations hound Binay in Philippine election

    MANILA, Philippines (AP) — In a poor Southeast Asian country with a soft spot for the underdog, Philippine Vice President Jejomar Binay has tried to turn online jokes about his dark complexion and small stature to his advantage by portraying himself in campaign ads as an everyman who understands the struggles of the underclass.

  • In this photo provided by the U.S. Navy, Special Warfare Operator 1st Class Charles Keating IV, 31, of San Diego. Navy SEAL Keating was shot and killed Tuesday, May 3, 2016, in Iraq during a gunbattle that involved more than 100 Islamic State fighters. (U.S. Navy via AP)

    Navy SEAL killed in Iraq was close to disgraced grandfather

    PHOENIX (AP) — In cross-country running, your team is only as fast as your slowest athlete. Slain Navy SEAL Charlie Keating IV took that to heart in his youth as a track star, turning around to cheer on his teammates after he crossed the finish line.