WWII: A Memory Battleground on the 80th Anniversary
Commemorations marking the 80th anniversary of the start of World War II this weekend come as the war has become a messy battleground of memory.
Betts’ Home Run in 15th Gives Red Sox 7-6 Win Over Angels
Marathon games in Southern California are starting to become routine for the Boston Red Sox. In this case though, Mookie Betts was able to come up big.
Super Saturday: Gauff, Osaka Meet Under the US Open Lights
Coco Gauff is on another captivating run at a Grand Slam tournament. Now she has get through defending champion Naomi Osaka to continue it.
The Latest: Police Brace as Protesters Mass in Hong Kong
The Latest on the protests in Hong Kong (all times local):
Medvedev Encourages US Open Fans to Boo, and They Respond
Daniil Medvedev extended his arms toward the crowd, then motioned for the fans to keep raining down the boos.
Balk Plates Tiebreaking Run, Lifts Diamondbacks Over Dodgers
Josh Rojas completed an important trade Friday night.
Police Brace for Confrontations as Hong Kong Protesters Mass
Large crowds of protesters were gathering and marching in central Hong Kong on Saturday as police readied for possible confrontations near the Chinese government’s main office and elsewhere in the semiautonomous territory.
Citizenship List in Indian State Leaves Out Almost 2 Million
Nearly 2 million people from the east Indian state of Assam were excluded Saturday from a final citizenship list that is intended to identify legal residents and weed out illegal immigrants, amid fears they could be rendered stateless.
6 Teens Shot at End of High School Football Game in Alabama
Authorities say at least six people were shot during a high school football game in Alabama.
Bumgarner Keeps Rolling, Giants Thump Padres 8-3
Madison Bumgarner was mostly pleased with his latest gem, and his eyes seemed to light up when the Giants’ lefty was told he leads the National League in innings pitched.