• In this Feb. 11, 2016 file photo of aedes aegypti mosquitoes are seen in a mosquito cage at a laboratory in Cucuta, Colombia. Congress is racing toward its summer break, but like a procrastinating college kid it has tons of work to catch up on to avoid a report card laden with grades of incomplete or even worse. (AP Photo/Ricardo Mazalan, File)

    Congress’ grade so far? Incomplete at best

    WASHINGTON (AP) — Congress is racing toward its summer break, but like a procrastinating college kid it has tons of work to catch up on to avoid a report card laden with grades of incomplete or even worse.

  • In this March 5, 2016, file photo, North Carolina head coach Roy Williams reacts against Duke during the second half of an NCAA college basketball game in Durham, N.C. Williams had knee replacement surgery on his right knee on Friday, May 27, 2016. An athletics spokesman says in an email that Williams is "resting comfortably." (AP Photo/Gerry Broome, File)

    UNC’s Roy Williams recovering from knee replacement surgery

    CHAPEL HILL, N.C. (AP) — North Carolina Hall of Fame men’s basketball coach Roy Williams is recovering from knee replacement surgery.

  • In this Tuesday, Jan. 26, 2016  file photo, health workers get ready to spray insecticide to combat the Aedes aegypti mosquitoes that transmits the Zika virus, under the bleachers of the Sambadrome in Rio de Janeiro, which will be used for the Archery competition in the 2016 summer games. More than 145 public health experts signed an open letter to the World Health Organization on Friday, May 27, 2016 asking the U.N. health agency to consider whether the Rio de Janeiro Olympics should be postponed or moved because of the ongoing Zika outbreak. The letter calls for the games to be delayed or relocated “in the name of public health.” (AP Photo/Leo Correa, File)

    Experts ask WHO to consider moving Rio Olympics

    LONDON (AP) — Health experts on Friday urged the World Health Organization to consider whether the Rio de Janeiro Olympics should be postponed or moved because of the Zika outbreak.

  • In this Feb. 5, 2014 file photo, Dr. Henry Heimlich describes the maneuver he developed to help clear obstructions from the windpipes of choking victims, while being interviewed at his home in Cincinnati.  Heimlich  recently used the emergency technique for the first time himself to save a woman choking on food at his senior living center. Heimlich said Thursday, May 26, 2016 that he has demonstrated the well-known maneuver many times through the years but had never before used it on a person who was choking. (AP Photo/Al Behrman)

    96-year-old Heimlich uses namesake maneuver on choking woman

    CINCINNATI (AP) — The 96-year-old retired chest surgeon credited with developing the namesake Heimlich maneuver has used it to save a woman choking on food at his senior living center.

  • In this Tuesday, May 24, 2016, file phot, NFL commissioner Roger Goodell makes his way into the NFL owner's meeting in Charlotte N.C.  Goodell reaffirmed the league's commitment to concussion research in a letter Thursday, May 26, 2016,  to the 32 team owners. (AP Photo/Bob Leverone, File)

    Goodell reaffirms NFL’s concussion research role

    NEW YORK (AP) — NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell reaffirmed the league’s commitment to concussion research in a letter Thursday to the 32 team owners.

  • Correction: 20-Week Abortion Ban-Georgia story

    ATLANTA (AP) — In a story May 25 about a Georgia abortion law, The Associated Press reported erroneously which judge entered an order that blocked the law from taking effect. It was entered by Fulton County Superior Court Judge Doris Downs, not Fulton County Superior Court Judge Kimberly M. Esmond Adams, who later took over the case.

  • In this Sunday Oct. 5, 2014 file photo, Marussia driver Jules Bianchi of France waves during the drivers' parade before the Japanese Formula One Grand Prix at the Suzuka Circuit in Suzuka, central Japan. The family of Jules Bianchi is taking legal action, Thursday May 26, 2016, against motorsport's governing body, the Marussia team and Formula One Management following the French driver's death from head injuries. (AP Photo/Shizuo Kambayashi, File)

    Bianchi’s family taking legal action following his death

    MONACO (AP) — The family of Jules Bianchi is taking legal action against motorsport’s governing body, the Marussia team and Formula One Management following the French driver’s death from head injuries.

  • Christie Rampone says she’s not healthy enough to train

    CHICAGO (AP) — Veteran defender Christie Rampone says she’s not healthy enough to be part of the U.S. national team’s training camp for a pair of matches early next month against Japan.

  • China's Margaret Chan, Director General of the World Health Organization, WHO, addresses her statement, during the 69th World Health Assembly at the European headquarters of the United Nations in Geneva, Switzerland, Monday, May 23, 2016. (Salvatore Di Nolfi/Keystone via AP)

    UN health agency gets OK for revamp of emergency response

    GENEVA (AP) — Stung by failures in its response to Ebola, the World Health Organization is revamping how it responds to emergencies to become nimbler, more reactive and more operational in “one of the most profound transformations” ever at the U.N. health agency.

  • This Oct. 26, 2013, file photo, shows LSU's Mike the Tiger on the field before the NCAA college football game against Furman in Baton Rouge, La. Multiple animal rights groups are asking that the university stop using captive tigers as mascots Tuesday, May 24, after LSU said its mascot was diagnosed with a rare form of cancer. (AP Photo/Jonathan Bachman, File)

    PETA asks LSU to stop using captive tigers as mascots

    BATON ROUGE, La. (AP) — Two animal rights groups are asking that Louisiana State University stop using captive tigers as mascots a day after LSU said its mascot was diagnosed with a rare form of cancer.