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  • Protests force Trump into a ditch, en route to make his California pitch

    Protests force Trump into a ditch, en route to make his California pitchBURLINGAME, Calif.—A little over a month before California’s pivotal Republican presidential primary, Donald Trump began his official wooing of party delegates Friday, headlining a kickoff lunch at the state’s annual GOP convention. But Trump’s appearance was nearly derailed by massive protests outside the Hyatt Regency near the San Francisco airport, where the convention is being held. The protests blocked Trump’s motorcade route, forcing the candidate and his Secret Service detail to abandon their vehicles on a nearby highway, jump a barricade wall and cross a ditch to get to the hotel’s back entrance—movements that were captured by television news helicopters.
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  • 16 blamed for mistakes in deadly US attack on Afghan clinic

    Army Gen. Joseph Votel, Commander of U.S. Central Command, briefs reporters on the release of the investigation into the U.S. airstrike on the Doctors With Borders trauma center in Kunduz, Afghanistan, Friday, April 29, 2016, at the Pentagon. (AP Photo/Molly Riley)WASHINGTON (AP) — Human error, violations of combat rules and untimely equipment failures led to the mistaken U.S. aerial attack on a charity-run hospital in Afghanistan last fall that killed 42 people, a senior American general said Friday. Investigators called the attack a "disproportional response to a threat that didn't exist."
  • Lakers announce Luke Walton has been hired as head coach

    Houston Rockets v Golden State Warriors - Game FiveWalton went 39-4 as the Golden State Warriors' interim head coach to start the season and was considered one of the top candidates on the market.
  • First US Zika-related death in Puerto Rico

    US authorities have issued travel notices due to mosquito-borne Zika virus for 43 countries and territories, mainly in the Caribbean, central and south AmericaThe first Zika-related death on US soil was reported Friday in Puerto Rico, raising new concerns about the dangers of the mosquito-borne virus. "The patient died of complications related to severe thrombocytopenia," a poor clotting condition related to a low number of platelets in the blood, the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said. "Although Zika virus–associated deaths are rare, the first identified death in Puerto Rico highlights the possibility of severe cases, as well as the need for continued outreach to raise health care providers' awareness of complications that might lead to severe disease or death," the CDC said.
  • Lakers hire Walton as head coach

    Luke Walton served as the interim coach for Golden State at the start of the season and led them to a 39-4 recordThe Los Angeles Lakers reached an agreement to hire Luke Walton as their new coach, making the former player and current assistant with Golden State the 26th coach in franchise history. The 36-year-old Walton will remain with the Warriors until the end of the current season. Walton served as the interim coach for Golden State at the start of this season and led them to a 39-4 record, including an NBA-record 24-0 start.
  • Walton new head coach of Los Angeles Lakers

    NBA: Golden State Warriors at Milwaukee Bucks(Reuters) - Luke Walton will be the new head coach of the Los Angeles Lakers, the 16-times NBA champions announced on Friday. Walton, currently in his second season as assistant coach at Golden State Warriors, takes over from Byron Scott, who was ditched after the Lakers went 17-65 in the recently-completed season. The 36-year-old Californian will be the 26th head coach in Lakers' history and the 22nd since the franchise moved to Los Angeles.
  • Pacers beat Raptors 101-83 to force Game Seven

    NBA: Playoffs-Toronto Raptors at Indiana Pacers(The Sports Xchange) - Forward Paul George had 21 points and 11 rebounds, and the Indiana Pacers used a dominating second half to beat the Toronto Raptors 101-83 in Game Six, tying the best-of-seven Eastern Conference series at 3-3. After leading 65-64 late in the third quarter, Indiana used a 32-5 run to blow the Raptors away and send the series to a deciding Game Seven in Toronto on Sunday. Rookie Myles Turner had 15 points and nine rebounds for Indiana, Monta Ellis scored 14 and George Hill and Ian Mahinmi each scored 12.
  • Perfect Piller piles on birdies for second-round Texas lead

    LPGA: ANA Inspiration - Second Round(Reuters) - American Gerina Piller continued her sizzling recent form with a ball-striking clinic, hitting every green in regulation on her way to the second-round clubhouse lead at the Texas Shootout in Irving on Friday. On a day when half the field did not complete the round due to fierce afternoon thunderstorms, Piller posted a 10-under 132 halfway total, one stroke ahead of South Korean Ji Eun-hee (66). Piller, who lives in nearby Fort Worth, is enjoying sleeping in her own bed this week, albeit without her husband, PGA Tour player Martin Piller, who is competing in New Orleans.
  • Linebackers Smith, Jack drafted despite knee issues

    Linebacker Myles Jack (L) of the UCLA Bruins, ranked one of the five best players in the draft by NFLDraftScout.com, missed most of last season at UCLA after undergoing knee surgeryThe NFL dream was still alive for linebackers Jaylon Smith and Myles Jack, who were selected on the second day of the draft despite concerns over knee injuries that disrupted their college football careers. Smith was drafted by the Dallas Cowboys with the 34th overall selection, a higher spot than many expected because of the major knee injury he suffered playing for Notre Dame in the Fiesta Bowl on January 1. University of California at Los Angeles linebacker Myles Jack's agonizing wait ended when the Jacksonville Jaguars added to their offseason overhaul on defense by drafting him 36th overall.
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