• This undated file photo provided by SCP Auctions shows various views of former major league pitcher Don Drysdale's 1963 World Series championship ring. The ring sold at auction for $110,111. (Leslie Larsen Bird/SCP Auctions via AP, File)

    Don Drysdale’s 1963 World Series ring sells for $110K

    LOS ANGELES (AP) — Don Drysdale’s 1963 World Series championship ring with the Los Angeles Dodgers sold for $110,111 in an auction of the late Hall of Fame pitcher’s memorabilia.

  • North Korea's Foreign Minister Ri Su Yong answers questions during an interview, Saturday, April 23, 2016, in New York. (AP Photo/Julie Jacobson)

    AP Exclusive: N. Korea to halt nuke tests if US stops drills

    NEW YORK (AP) — North Korea is ready to halt its nuclear tests if the United States suspends its annual military exercises with South Korea, the North Korean foreign minister told The Associated Press in an interview in which he also warned that his country won’t be cowed by international sanctions.

  • The Solar Impulse 2 solar plane flies into the sunrise out of Kalaeloa Airport, Thursday, April 21, 2016, in Kapolei, Hawaii.  The solar plane will fly a two-and-a-half day journey to Northern California.  (AP Photo/Marco Garcia)

    Solar plane pilot hopes to link to Silicon Valley’s spirit

    SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — A solar-powered airplane on a journey around the world was preparing to land in California on Saturday night to complete a risky, three-day flight across the Pacific Ocean.

  • Gov. Martinez travels with civil group to promote New Mexico

    SANTA FE, N.M. (AP) — Republican Gov. Susana Martinez is joining a civic group for a weeklong trip to the East Coast to promote New Mexico.

  • In this March 28, 2016 photo, a porter walks with a massive load towards Everest Base camp near Lobuche, Nepal. The April 2014 avalanche, which killed 13 Sherpa guides and three other Nepali workers, was an immense blow to the Sherpa community. Nearly all the surviving Sherpas refused to continue working that year, demanding, among other things, better working conditions, more insurance, and free education for the children of those killed. Over the past two years the government has enacted a series of policy changes, from stationing officials at Base Camp to creating a welfare fund for the families of the Sherpa dead, in large part to convince climbers and trekkers to keep coming back to Everest. (AP Photo/Tashi Sherpa)

    Despite back-to-back disasters, climbers return to Everest

    MOUNT EVEREST BASE CAMP, Nepal (AP) — When the earthquake struck last year and thousands of tons of snow and ice and earth came crashing down the mountain, some feared the climbers might never return to Mount Everest.

  • In this March 28, 2016 photo, a porter walks with a massive load towards Everest Base camp near Lobuche, Nepal. The April 2014 avalanche, which killed 13 Sherpa guides and three other Nepali workers, was an immense blow to the Sherpa community. Nearly all the surviving Sherpas refused to continue working that year, demanding, among other things, better working conditions, more insurance, and free education for the children of those killed. Over the past two years the government has enacted a series of policy changes, from stationing officials at Base Camp to creating a welfare fund for the families of the Sherpa dead, in large part to convince climbers and trekkers to keep coming back to Everest. (AP Photo/Tashi Sherpa)

    Despite back-to-back disasters, climbers return to Everest

    MOUNT EVEREST BASE CAMP, Nepal (AP) — When the earthquake struck last year and thousands of tons of snow and ice and earth came crashing down the mountain, some feared the climbers might never return to Mount Everest.

  • Inbee Park sidelined by left thumb injury

    DALY CITY, Calif. (AP) — Inbee Park said Friday that she is taking a month off because of a thumb injury, pushing back her LPGA Hall of Fame qualification.

  • Bobblehead hall induction on hold after Rose postpones

    MILWAUKEE (AP) — The National Bobblehead Hall of Fame’s inaugural induction ceremony is on hold because initial honoree Pete Rose can’t make the event due to a personal matter.