Russian Deputy PM Mutko Wins Olympic Doping Appeal
Vitaly Mutko, who was Russia’s Sports Minister during the doping-tainted Winter Olympics in Sochi, has won an appeal against his lifetime ban from the games.
10 Things to Know for Today
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Jim Beam to Be Fined for Bourbon Fire That Hurt Rivers, Fish
Authorities say Jim Beam will be fined for the warehouse fire that contaminated nearby waters with bourbon and killed fish.
Police: Streaking Man Punched, Spit at Tennessee Officers
Police say a naked man streaking in a Tennessee city punched one responding officer and spit at another.
AP Photos: Indian Mother Prays to ‘Bleeding Goddess’ for Son
Monika Deb Nath begins her morning with a prayer and a dip in a holy pond, all the while praying for her son, Gopal.
Shortening Trainee Doctor Hours Hasn’t Harmed Patients
When reforms shortened working hours for U.S. doctors-in-training, some worried: Was that enough time to learn the art of medicine? Would future patients suffer?
AP Interview: Mayor Pete Buttigieg’s Straight Talk on Race
Pete Buttigieg has a message for white liberals who decry racism: 'Good intentions are not going to be enough.'
Norwegian Low-Cost Airline’s Longtime CEO Retires
The chief executive and co-founder of Norwegian Air Shuttle said Thursday he was retiring with immediate effect, saying he is 'way over on overtime' to explain his departure.
Turkey Says Blast Kills 8, Wounds 35 in Syrian Town of Afrin
Turkey’s state-run news agency says a bomb inside a fuel truck has exploded in the northern Syrian town of Afrin, killing at least eight people.
Human Remains Found During Search for Missing Kentucky Woman
Kentucky State Police say human remains have been found during a search for a woman who disappeared in January.