• Lance Armstrong asking judge to end government lawsuit

    WASHINGTON (AP) — Lance Armstrong has asked a federal judge to end a lawsuit against him by the U.S. government that seeks to recover millions of dollars in sponsorship money the U.S. Postal Service paid to his cycling teams.

  • A man wearing a full animal costume and surgical mask walks out of a TV station in Baltimore, Thursday, April 28, 2016. Baltimore police say a department sniper shot the man, who police say walked into a TV station displaying what appeared to be an explosive device on his chest. (Kenneth K. Lam/The Baltimore Sun via AP)  WASHINGTON EXAMINER OUT; MANDATORY CREDIT

    The Latest: Man who said he had bomb taken away in ambulance

    BALTIMORE (AP) — The Latest on a man shot by police after he walked into a Baltimore TV station dressed in an animal costume and claiming to have a bomb: (all times local):

  • Tamar Maya and Bryan Avendano dance in the rain during the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival at the Fair Grounds in New Orleans on Thursday, April 28, 2016. (Brett Duke,/NOLA.com The Times-Picayune via AP) MAGS OUT; NO SALES; USA TODAY OUT; THE BATON ROUGE ADVOCATE OUT; THE NEW ORLEANS ADVOCATE OUT; MANDATORY CREDIT

    Start of 2nd weekend of Jazz Fest soaked by rain

    NEW ORLEANS (AP) — The start of the second weekend of the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival was marked with thunderstorms, but the music played on to crowds that were thinned by the bad weather.

  • In this April 21, 2016 file photo, people stand outside entertainer Prince's Paisley Park compound in Chanhassen, Minn. Since Prince died, YouTube and other uploading sites have been flooded with hundreds of hours of the superstar musician's songs, concert footage, TV appearances and music videos. It's a sign that the notoriously tight copyright controls the artist maintained over his material is rapidly loosening, and raising hope that hardcore fans might someday hear the Holy Grail of Prince's music: unreleased recordings from the vault at Paisley Park. (Jim Gehrz/Star Tribune via AP, File) MANDATORY CREDIT

    Fans’ Holy Grail: unreleased songs in Prince’s vault

    LOS ANGELES (AP) — Before his death, fans searching online for Prince were likely to find just a handful of his performance videos and almost none of his recorded music. In the days since he died, YouTube and other uploading sites have been flooded with hundreds of hours of the superstar musician’s songs, concert footage, TV appearances and music videos.

  • Jaguars receiver Justin Blackmon pleads guilty to DUI charge

    OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — Suspended Jacksonville Jaguars receiver Justin Blackmon pleaded guilty Wednesday to a charge of driving under the influence in Oklahoma.

  • Dodgers radio announcers Monday and Steiner sign new deals

    LOS ANGELES (AP) — Los Angeles Dodgers broadcasters Rick Monday and Charley Steiner have signed multi-year deals to continue their 12-year partnership on the team’s flagship radio station.

  • A man wearing a full animal costume and surgical mask walks out of a TV station in Baltimore, Thursday, April 28, 2016. Baltimore police say a department sniper shot the man, who police say walked into a TV station displaying what appeared to be an explosive device on his chest. (Kenneth K. Lam/The Baltimore Sun via AP)  WASHINGTON EXAMINER OUT; MANDATORY CREDIT

    Baltimore TV station evacuated in bomb scare

    BALTIMORE (AP) — A young man in an animal costume and surgical mask who walked into a Baltimore TV station Thursday claiming to have a bomb was shot and wounded by police, who determined that his alleged explosive consisted of aluminum-wrapped chocolate bars duct-taped to a flotation device.

  • This image released by Warner Bros. Entertainment shows Keegan-Michael Key, left, and Jordan Peele in a scene from "Keanu." (Steve Dietl/Warner Bros. Entertainment via AP)

    Review: In Key & Peele’s ‘Keanu,’ the true gangster has paws

    If you dropped a cute kitten into Michael Mann’s “Heat,” would Robert De Niro have gone all soft and goo-goo eyed? Might Wesley Snipes’ drug empire in “New Jack City” been brought to its knees by a cuddly face with whiskers? Could Al Pacino’s rage in “Scarface” have been melted away by a feline “little friend”?

  • In this April 4, 2016 file photo, Alec Baldwin attends the NYU Tisch School of the Arts 50th Anniversary Gala at Jazz at Lincoln Center’s Frederick P. Rose Hall in New York. ABC announced Thursday, April 28, that Baldwin will be quizmaster for a revival of "Match Game." First aired a half-century ago, it's a panel game show that features two contestants who compete to match the answers from six celebrities in filling in a missing blank. (Photo by Andy Kropa/Invision/AP, File)

    Alec Baldwin to host revived ‘Match Game’ on ABC this summer

    NEW YORK (AP) — It’s going to be fun and games for Alec Baldwin as he joins Steve Harvey and Michael Strahan for ABC’s summer prime-time game-show block.

  • This image released by Heidi Ehalt, shows Tim O’Reagan, from left, Marc Perlman, Karen Grotberg and Gary Louris of The Jayhawks. The group has a new release, "Paging Mr. Proust." (Heidi Ehalt via AP)

    Jayhawks ride rocky path to reformation

    NEW YORK (AP) — To a certain extent, singer-songwriter Gary Louris is fighting against history by reforming the Jayhawks.