• Penguins goaltender Fleury still dealing with concussion

    PITTSBURGH (AP) — Pittsburgh Penguins goaltender Marc-Andre Fleury skated alongside some of his teammates on Monday, but says he’s still dealing with concussion symptoms and is uncertain on when he will return.

  • In this April 12, 2016 photo, Amjad Bhatti, president of the Islamic Society of Greater Worcester, poses inside the mosque in Worcester, Mass. He and other leaders of the mosque are hoping to build a Muslim cemetery on farmland in Dudley, Mass., but residents are vigorously opposing the project. (AP Photo/Elise Amendola)

    Backlash greets plans for Muslim cemeteries across US

    DUDLEY, Mass. (AP) — On the site of a long-idle dairy farm, leaders of a local mosque hope to build a final resting place for about 500 Muslim families — to the dismay of many residents of this quaint town in central Massachusetts.

  • In this Aug. 12, 2015 file photo, NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell, right, leaves federal court in New York. A federal appeals court has ruled, Monday, April 25, 2016,  that New England Patriots Tom Brady must serve a four-game "Deflategate" suspension imposed by the NFL, overturning a lower judge and siding with the league in a battle with the players union. (AP Photo/Mary Altaffer, File)

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  • In this photo taken on Monday, April  11, 2016, a radiation warning sign is placed near the check-point 'Maidan' of the state radiation ecology reserve inside the 30 km exclusion zone around the Chernobyl nuclear reactor, some 370 km ( 231 miles) south-east of Minsk, Belarus. The sign is placed in two kilometres distance of Nikolai Chubenok farm. (AP Photo/Sergei Grits)

    AP Exclusive: Test finds Chernobyl residue in Belarus milk

    GUBAREVICHI, Belarus (AP) — On the edge of Belarus’ Chernobyl exclusion zone, down the road from the signs warning “Stop! Radiation,” a dairy farmer offers his visitors a glass of freshly drawn milk. Associated Press reporters politely decline the drink but pass on a bottled sample to a laboratory, which confirms it contains levels of a radioactive isotope at levels 10 times higher than the nation’s food safety limits.

  • In this photo taken Sept. 12, 2012, tribal members from the Lummi Nation gather to announce the tribe's opposition to development of a facility at Cherry Point in Whatcom County, Wash., to ship coal brought by train from the Powder River Basin. They ceremonially burned a check on the beach to make a statement that no amount of money could buy their support for a project that would destroy their village and burial sites on the property. (Alan Berner/The Seattle Times via AP) SEATTLE OUT; USA TODAY OUT; MAGS OUT; TELEVISION OUT; NO SALES; MANDATORY CREDIT TO BOTH THE SEATTLE TIMES AND THE PHOTOGRAPHER

    Feds deciding if coal-export project violates tribal rights

    SEATTLE (AP) — For centuries, Lummi tribal fishermen have harvested, dug up clams and fished for salmon in the tidelands and waters of northwest Washington state.

  • Forest ranger documents Adirondack plane crash sites

    ELIZABETHTOWN, N.Y. (AP) — Hidden among the rugged mountains, spruce thickets and mossy bogs of New York’s 6-million-acre Adirondack Park lie the remnants of dozens of planes that have met their doom over the decades.

  • Andrew Krowne, left, checks his phone his wife Jennifer brings the rest of their groceries into their hotel room, Thursday, April 21, 2016, in Thousand Oaks, Calif. It's been two months since a natural gas well blowout that uprooted thousands of Los Angeles families was capped and officials spoke of residents returning to their normal lives. Andrew is still wondering when that will happen. Like the 3,700 families who have yet to move home, Krowne, his wife, toddler and four other young children, are still in limbo. (AP Photo/Mark J. Terrill)

    Thousands of families in limbo 2 months after gas blowout

    LOS ANGELES (AP) — It’s been two months since a blown-out natural gas well was capped and officials spoke of thousands of uprooted families returning to their normal lives.

  • A man on stilts and dressed like the Statue of Liberty walks in front of balloons forming the slogan Stop TTIP during a protest of thousands of demonstrators against the planned Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership, TTIP, and the Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement, CETA, ahead of the visit of United States President Barack Obama in Hannover, Germany, Saturday, April 23, 2016. (AP Photo/Markus Schreiber)

    Trans-Atlantic trade deal in focus when Obama visits Germany

    BERLIN (AP) — When President Barack Obama opens the world’s largest industrial fair in the northern German city of Hannover on Sunday, he’ll be leading a delegation of American companies hoping to conquer new markets abroad. He’ll also be trying to complete one of his presidency’s main pieces of unfinished business — a trans-Atlantic trade pact.