AP Explains: How a single Trump sentence enraged South Korea
Following his meeting with Chinese leader Xi Jinping, U.S. President Donald Trump stepped on a historical land mine when he told the Wall Street Journal that "Korea actually used to be a part of China."
How Kurt Angle won an Olympic gold medal 'with a broken freakin' neck'
LONDON -- Kurt Angle glanced for a brief moment at the picture staring back at him. It was him, 15 years younger, hand on heart standing in front of the Stars and Stripes. Only a winged eagle perched on his shoulders would have made him look more patriotic. The man in front of him had a lot more
Mongolian wrestling coaches get 3-year ban for stripping protest
Two Mongolian wrestling coaches who stripped to protest an officiating call at the Rio Olympics have been suspended for three years. According to a letter sent to the Mongolian federation by United World Wrestling on Sept. 13 and forwarded to The Associated Press on Wednesday, coaches Tserenbaatar
Mongolian wrestling coaches strip off clothing in protest of call
RIO DE JANEIRO -- In a display that would have made Vince McMahon proud, a pair of Mongolian wrestling coaches stripped off their clothing in a protest of an official's call that gave the bronze medal to Uzbekistan's Ikhtiyor Navruzov on Sunday afternoon. With about seven seconds left in the match,
US Marine Horse Who Served in Korea Awarded Top Medal for Valor in the UK
U.S. Marine Corps Sergeant Reckless received a posthumous award this week in London. But Sgt. Reckless was not a person; she was a horse. Reckless was awarded the British animal charity, People's Dispensary for Sick Animals (PDSA), Dickin Medal -- the animal equivalent of the Victoria Cross, the
Scorecard: Deontay Wilder shows power, heart in win
A roundup of the past week's notable boxing results from around the world: Saturday at Birmingham, Ala. Deontay Wilder TKO8 Chris Arreola Retains a heavyweight title Records: Wilder (37-0, 36 KOs); Arreola (36-5-1, 31 KOs) Rafael's remarks: Wilder, one of boxing's most destructive punchers, did big
P.F. Chang's Recalls Frozen Dinners That May Contain 'Metal Fragments' in Sauce
ConAgra Foods is recalling almost 195,600 pounds of P.F. Chang's frozen dinners because they may contain pieces of metal in them, according to the United States Department of Agriculture . The agency announced that P.F. Chang's frozen chicken and beef entree products were being recalled due to
Terror Attack on Nice: 84 Dead After Grenade-Filled Truck Plows Into Crowd
Eighty-four people -- including several children -- died in the French city of Nice after a terrorist plowed a truck, which was "loaded with" grenades and other arms, into a large crowd during Bastille Day celebrations Thursday night, according to officials and the French president. As of 8 a.m.
Mongolia's Post Office to Use Pioneering Three-Word Addresses to Deliver Mail
Mongolia 's post office is pioneering a new approach to delivering the mail. The country's 3 million citizens, some of whom are nomadic, will soon be receiving mail based on a system developed by British start-up What3Words. The company's system assigns a unique three-word designation to every
Sushil versus Narsingh - Anatomy of a fight
Before the year is out there will be two films released with Indian wrestling at their centre, involving two of India's biggest film stars. Sultan 's bout with the box office is up first in July, the film a piece of fiction, rumoured to essentially be a love story. Dangal , due for release after