• In this photo taken on Tuesday, Feb. 16, 2016, Albanian Besim Ndregjoni, a former political prisoner, walks outside an old bunker in Tirana. A formerly top-secret installation meant to keep Albania running after a nuclear attack is the latest relic of the country's dark Communist past being reinvented as a modern tourist attraction. (AP Photo/Gent Shkullaku)

    Albania hopes to lure tourists with Communist nuclear bunker

    TIRANA, Albania (AP) — Who doesn’t want to see a formerly top-secret Communist nuclear bunker?

  • Raiders in Las Vegas? It’s still several hurdles away

    LAS VEGAS (AP) — Raiders owner Mark Davis says he’ll move his NFL team from Oakland if a 65,000-seat domed stadium is built in Las Vegas.

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  • In this Jan. 26, 2014 file photo, violinist Rachel Barton appears at the 56th annual Grammy Awards at Staples Center in Los Angeles. Pine says an American Airlines flight attendant and captain would not allow her violin as a carry-on from Chicago to Albuquerque, N.M. She says federal regulations and the airline’s own policy specifically permit violins as carry-ons. American spokeswoman Leslie Scott says the American Eagle flight captain determined that the instrument could not be safely secured in an overhead bin or under a seat. Barton was rebooked for travel Friday, April 29, 2016, and received an apology from the airline. (Photo by Jordan Strauss/Invision/AP, File)

    American Airlines apologizes to musician for barring violin

    FORT WORTH, Texas (AP) — A concert musician who was not allowed to board a flight with her violin says she hopes the incident will raise awareness of regulations that permit violins and other small instruments as carry-on luggage.

  • A jogger runs on a new section of a $21 million project linking 20 miles of walking, running and biking paths, Thursday, April 28, 2016, in Detroit. A ribbon-cutting takes place Friday to celebrate completion of the Link Detroit project. Link Detroit was key in connecting greenways extending from the Detroit Riverfront to cultural institutions in Midtown and Wayne State University. The pathways and bike lanes also improve access to Eastern Market and the Detroit enclave of Hamtramck. (AP Photo/Carlos Osorio)

    $21 million project links 20 miles of Detroit pathways

    DETROIT (AP) — A $21 million project linking 20 miles of walking, running and biking paths in Detroit has wrapped up as part of an effort to boost recreation activities, better connect redeveloping neighborhoods and spur growth.

  • This August 2013 photo provided by Eamonn Kelly shows Kelly on Newbury Street in Boston before his double-lung transplant. Born with cystic fibrosis, Kelly plans to run a 5-kilometer race on Saturday, April 30, 2016, just six months after transplant surgery. Cystic fibrosis is a deadly disease that affects the digestive system and lungs, making it difficult to breathe. (Elana Alfred via AP)

    Teacher to run 5K race 6 months after double lung transplant

    BOSTON (AP) — Six months to the day after undergoing a life-saving double lung transplant, a Boston school teacher who was born with a disease that robs him of lung capacity is running a 5K charity road race this weekend.

  • An employee displays a popular North Korean street food snack called Injogogibap in Korean at a restaurant in Incheon, South Korea, Friday, April 15, 2016. For much of the world, North Korea is known as an isolated enclave of prison camps, poverty and hunger. But for tens of thousands of people scattered across South Korea and living underground in China, it’s a complicated memory of their home they left behind. (AP Photo/Lee Jin-man)

    Yearning for North Korea – the nation they fled

    INCHEON, South Korea (AP) — For much of the world, North Korea is a Stalinist nightmare, an isolated enclave of prison camps, poverty and hunger.

  • In this Wednesday, April 27, 2016 photo, one of 12 gigantic bronze animal heads representing the signs of the Zodiac by Chinese artist Ai Weiwei stands behind businessmen eating lunch on the Rose Kennedy Greenway in Boston. The sculptures are scheduled to remain on public display in the park through October. (AP Photo/Bill Sikes)

    Giant Chinese zodiac sculptures are turning heads in Boston

    BOSTON (AP) — A dozen giant bronze animal heads representing the signs of the Chinese zodiac are stopping people in their tracks in downtown Boston and sparking conversations.

  • Cuban exiles drop lawsuit over Carnival cruise to island

    MIAMI (AP) — Two Cuban exiles have dropped their federal discrimination lawsuit against Carnival Corp. after the cruise line reached an agreement with the communist-run island to permit Cuban-born passengers to make the voyage.

  • This image released by Open Road Films shows Julia Roberts, left, and Jennifer Aniston in a scene from "Mother's Day." (Ron Batzdorff /Open Road Films via AP)

    Review: Cloying and farfetched, ‘Mother’s Day’ unfit for mom

    What would it take to make you fall off the upstairs balcony at your house in the middle of the day? Could you imagine being so intoxicated by your own karaoke performance of “The Humpty Dance” that it sends you a-tumbling?