• In this March 6, 2016, file photo, well wishes are written on a wall of hope during a remembrance event for the ill fated Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. With the Friday, July 22, 2016, announcement that the meticulous ocean search operations for missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 would be suspended, the epic arc of one of this decade's most vexing unanswered questions is headed toward becoming, in effect, a cold case. (AP Photo/Joshua Paul, File)

    Flight 370: With search suspended, a cold-case file awaits

    BANGKOK (AP) — For two years and more, it has been a lost ship, a metal container carrying 239 souls that simply disappeared one late Asian night never to be seen again. And now, the search for the remains of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 likely will become a thing of memory, too.

  • Band of monkeys raid Thai polling place, tear up voter lists

    BANGKOK (AP) — Election officials in northern Thailand think they can buy off a gang of monkey vandals with fresh fruit and vegetables, after about 100 macaques tore up voter lists publicly posted ahead of next month’s referendum on a proposed constitution.

  • MMA promoter ONE Championship targets rapid China expansion

    BANGKOK (AP) — ONE Championship, the leading mixed martial arts promoter in Asia, plans on more than doubling its number of events in China next year as it uses a fresh injection of funds to target major expansion in the region.

  • Stacy Lewis, right, high-fives her caddie after winning over Japan's Mika Miyazato at the 16th hole Sunday, July 24, 2016, during the final round of the LPGA's UL International Crown golf tournament in Gurnee, Ill. (Morgan Timms/Daily Herald via AP)

    South Korea, Japan advance in UL International Crown

    GURNEE, Ill. (AP) — Cristie Kerr brought the wine for the final team dinner of deep dish pizza. She sent text messages to her teammates to try to keep them loose.

  • FIFA ethics judges open case against Thai official Makudi

    ZURICH (AP) — FIFA ethics judges have opened a case against former executive committee member Worawi Makudi of Thailand, who faces a four-year ban for alleged election forgery and other misconduct.

  • Police Lt. Gen. Thitiraj Nhongharnpitak stands with Noppawan "Ploy" Bunluesilp, wife of British journalist Andrew McGregor Marshall, as she prepares to leave a Bangkok police station, Friday, July 22, 2016. Police raided the home of Thai national Bunluesilp on Friday and took her away for questioning in connection with her husband Marshall's social media posts containing embarrassing photographs purported to be of Thailand's crown prince. Police later said the photos were doctored. (AP Photo/Mark Baker)

    Thai police detain British writer’s wife over royal photos

    BANGKOK (AP) — Police raided the Bangkok home of a British journalist’s wife and questioned her for several hours Friday in connection with his social media posts containing embarrassing photographs purported to be of Thailand’s crown prince, the heir apparent to the throne.

  • Defending champ Seong reaches US Girls’ Junior quarters

    PARAMUS, N.J. (AP) — Defending champion Eun Jeong Seong of South Korea won two matches Thursday at Ridgewood Country Club to advance to the U.S. Girls’ Junior quarterfinals.

  • US swept by England on opening day of UL International Crown

    GURNEE, Ill. (AP) — For the United States and Taiwan, the first session of the UL International Crown was a repeat of the first day of the inaugural event two years ago.

  • Sydney flight diverted as drunken passengers throw punches

    SYDNEY (AP) — A flight from Sydney to Thailand was diverted to Indonesia to offload a group of drunken Australian traveling companions who started throwing punches at each other, officials said on Thursday.

  • Stacy Lewis chips onto the 17th green during the third round of the Marathon Classic LPGA golf tournament at Highland Meadows Golf Club in Sylvania, Ohio, Saturday, July 16, 2016. (Katie Rausch/The Blade via AP)

    UL Crown first step on run-up to women’s golf at Rio Games

    GURNEE, Ill. (AP) — Women’s golf gets off to a running start this week on its return to the Olympics with the UL International Crown, a 32-player, eight-team event that could provide a preview to which nation rules the upcoming Summer Games in Rio de Janeiro.