NEW YORK | Verlander stops Yanks again, pitches Astros to 5-1 win

NEW YORK (AP) — Justin Verlander tamed the New York Yankees, then toyed with their fans. Verlander slowed down the highest-scoring team in the majors, picking off a familiar opponent by pitching the Houston Astros past New York 5-1 Monday. “I’ve had some success against them in the past,” he said. “Every day is a … Continue reading NEW YORK | Verlander stops Yanks again, pitches Astros to 5-1 win

PARIS | Serge Dassault, French aviation industrialist, dies at 93

PARIS (AP) — French business executive Serge Dassault, a top aviation and arms industrialist and one of France’s richest men, died Monday in his Paris office. He was 93. Dassault’s family announced his death in a brief statement to the conservative newspaper Le Figaro, which the Dassault Group owns. It said he died of a … Continue reading PARIS | Serge Dassault, French aviation industrialist, dies at 93

Oklahoma News: Oklahoma Governor Fallin Statement on the Passing of State Board of Agriculture Member, Cattle Rancher Joe Mayer

OKLAHOMA CITY, OK – Oklahoma Governor Mary Fallin today released the following statement on the passing Sunday of Joe Mayer, from Guymon, a member of the State Board of Agriculture and a longtime leader in cattle production and agriculture policy: “Joe Mayer was very knowledgeable of the grain and cattle business. I appreciate his willingness … Continue reading Oklahoma News: Oklahoma Governor Fallin Statement on the Passing of State Board of Agriculture Member, Cattle Rancher Joe Mayer

OKLAHOMA CITY | Guardsman who intervened in shooting says he’s ‘average guy’

OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — One of two armed bystanders credited with fatally shooting a gunman who opened fire at an Oklahoma City restaurant said he crouched behind cars as he approached the shooter and tried to get him to drop his weapon but the man kept firing. Bryan Whittle gave his first detailed account of … Continue reading OKLAHOMA CITY | Guardsman who intervened in shooting says he’s ‘average guy’

Alberto hurls dangerous surf, heavy rains at US Gulf Coast

Subtropical Storm Alberto’s pelting rain and brisk winds rain roiled the seas as it neared the U.S. Gulf Coast on Monday, keeping white sandy beaches emptied of their usual Memorial Day crowds. Forecasters warned of life-threatening surf conditions as Alberto approached expected landfall along the Florida Panhandle. A few brief tornadoes were possible in much … Continue reading Alberto hurls dangerous surf, heavy rains at US Gulf Coast

FOXBOROUGH, Mass | Matt Gaudet scores 4, Yale beats Duke 13-11 for NCAA title

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. (AP) — Jack Tigh scored 36 seconds into the game for his first of three goals in the opening half, and Matt Gaudet scored four goals as Yale beat Duke 13-11 on Monday to win its first NCAA lacrosse title. The third-seeded Bulldogs (17-3) scored the first three goals of the game and … Continue reading FOXBOROUGH, Mass | Matt Gaudet scores 4, Yale beats Duke 13-11 for NCAA title

United States News: New Orleans,CANTRELLE BRUMFIELD, New Orleans Man Pleads Guilty to Drug Conspiracy

LOUISIANA – U.S. Attorney Duane A. Evans announced that CANTRELLE BRUMFIELD, age 46, of New Orleans, pled guilty Thursday to conspiracy to distribute and possess with intent to distribute 100 grams or more of heroin. According to court documents, in August of 2015, Special Agents of the Drug Enforcement Administration (“DEA”) identified BRUMFIELD as a distributor … Continue reading United States News: New Orleans,CANTRELLE BRUMFIELD, New Orleans Man Pleads Guilty to Drug Conspiracy