(INDIANAPOLIS) -- Hillary Clinton cautioned Sunday that the United Kingdom's "Brexit" decision to leave the European Union serves as a "reminder that what happens around the world has consequences that can hit home quickly and affects our lives and our livelihoods." Without mentioning his name, the Democratic presidential candidate went on to hit Donald Trump for his "bombastic" reaction to the vote, which many world leaders and economists had warned against.
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) -- Conor Gillaspie hit a game-ending RBI double with one out in the ninth inning to lift San Francisco past the Philadelphia Phillies 8-7 on Sunday and give manager Bruce Bochy his 800th win with the Giants. Ramiro Pena doubled down the right-field line off Severino Gonzalez (0-1) then scored standing up when Gillaspie lined a 1-1 pitch in the same direction.
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. (AP) -- Winger Angel Di Maria returned to Argentina's lineup for the Copa America final against defending champion Chile on Sunday night after recovering from an adductor muscle injury sustained in a group stage match against Panama on June 10. With Argentina seeking its first major title since 1993 -- and its first with Lionel Messi -- Argentina coach Gerardo Martino and Chile coach Juan Antonio Pizzi each made two changes.
GLENDALE, Ariz. (AP) -- Jurgen Klinsmann thinks a fourth-place finish in the Copa America was a step in the right direction. U.S. Soccer Federation President Sunil Gulati will speak to his coach and assess. After opening with a 2-0 loss to third-ranked Colombia, the No. 31 United States beat Costa Rica, Paraguay and 13th-ranked Ecuador to advance to a semifinal against No. 1 Argentina. Lionel Messi and his teammates routed the U.S.
BETHESDA, Md. (AP) -- Billy Hurley III held the club in his left hand and fist pumped with his right. The ball disappeared into the hole in front of him as the crowd roared, and Hurley let loose the emotion he'd been holding in. "That's probably like the most emotion I've ever shown in my life," Hurley said.
EASLEY, S.C. (AP) -- The Pickens County Sheriff's Office says authorities are investigating an officer-involved shooting in Easley. Multiple media outlets report deputies responded Sunday afternoon to a 911 call about someone breaking into a home. Thom Berry with the S.C. Law Enforcement Division says shots were fired when deputies encountered a suspect. Chief Deputy Creed Hashe says a suspect was taken to a hospital with injuries.
SONOMA, Calif. (AP) -- For at least one weekend, Smoke was back. Tony Stewart returned to victory lane for the first time in three years in vintage fashion -- refusing to let Denny Hamlin steal a win at Sonoma Raceway away from him on the final lap Sunday. Now he's probably got a shot to run for a fourth NASCAR championship in his final season before retirement.
(KNOXVILLE, Tenn.) -- The health of former Tennessee women's basketball coach Pat Summitt is declining, according to a statement. "On behalf of Pat Summitt's family, we acknowledge the past few days have been difficult for Pat as her early onset dementia, 'Alzheimer's Type,' progresses," said spokesperson Erin Freeman.
NICE, France (AP) -- They voted to take Britain out of the European Union. Now they're back on the continent hoping to see England's national soccer team conquer Europe. From beaches to bars around the world, England fans flaunt their patriotism following the team -- covering city streets in the flag of St. George and evoking past glories with jingoistic songs.
OMAHA, Neb. (AP) -- All those SEC and ACC heavyweights are long gone from the NCAA Tournament, and the last two Big 12 teams went home this weekend. The College World Series championship comes down to two teams that were not expected to even make it to Omaha, let alone the finals.
(MINNEAPOLIS) -- Thousands of nurses at five hospitals in the Minneapolis-area have finished their week-long strike over a contract dispute. Although the strike is over, the nurses' contract fight is not. The nurses in the Minnesota Nurses Association believe hospital operator Allina Health wants to switch nurses to a plan with lower monthly premiums and higher out-of-pocket costs. Almost 5,000 nurses joined the picket lines starting last weekend, calling for Allina to hold contract talks.
(NEW YORK) -- If you find yourself looking for a thrill this summer, look no further. With new roller coasters popping up across the nation, there is no shortage of flips, twists and drops. Here are some of the newest roller coasters opening just in time for the season. Cobra's Curse at Busch Gardens - Tampa, Florida This family-friendly roller coaster, which can hit 40 mph, is now open to the public.
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) -- At least seven people were stabbed Sunday when counter-protesters clashed with members of right-wing extremists groups that planned to hold a rally outside the California state Capitol building in Sacramento, authorities said. California Highway Patrol Officer George Granada said about 30 members of the Traditionalist Worker Party were gathering for a rally around noon Sunday when they were met by about 400 counter-protesters and a fight broke out.
WANCHESE, N.C. (AP) -- Advocates for North Carolina's fishing industry are criticizing two of the most heavily promoted seafood festivals in the state for offering predominantly foreign imports. The News & Observer of Raleigh reports (http://bit.ly/28WW958) organizers of the Outer Banks Seafood Festival in Nags Head and the North Carolina Seafood Festival in Morehead say they encourage vendors to serve home-caught products. But they say they can't force them to do so.
RIO DE JANEIRO (AP) -- A top International Olympic Committee official says it's unclear if the suspended anti-doping laboratory for the Rio de Janeiro Olympics can be re-opened before the games start in just under six weeks. "This is something that is doable," Olympic Games Executive Director Christophe Dubi said Sunday. "But there are a number of steps that need to be taken." The World Anti-doping Agency announced Friday it had suspended the Rio lab.
ABOARD THE PAPAL PLANE (AP) -- Pope Francis says gays -- and all the other people the church has marginalized, such as the poor and the exploited -- deserve an apology.
(SACRAMENTO, Calif.) -- Officials said at least seven people were stabbed after an alleged Nazi protest in Sacramento, California, turned violent on Sunday. The rally was planned by the "Traditionalist Workers Party," according to Sacramento Police, at the state capitol where counter protesters showed up in advance. Counter protesters called the Traditionalist Worker Party "Nazis," according to ABC affiliate KXTV in Sacramento.
MIAMI (AP) -- When Jose Fernandez reached second base with a standup double, he looked to his dugout, pulled up his right sleeve and flexed his biceps. He showed some muscle on the mound, too, and his teammates were no pushovers either against the Chicago Cubs. Fernandez allowed one run in seven innings and struck out 13 to help Miami win the series finale Sunday, 6-1.
BUFFALO, N.Y. (AP) -- As team executives began gathering on the arena floor an hour before the start of the NHL draft's second round Saturday morning, a video highlighting former No. 1 selections began playing on the big-screen video boards. The first player featured just happened to be Steven Stamkos, the top pick in 2006.
ELKHART LAKE, Wis. (AP) -- Pole-sitter Will Power picked up his second IndyCar series victory of the year, winning by 0.74 seconds Sunday after holding off Tony Kanaan's last-lap surge at Road America. Kanaan shaved about a half-second off the gap with Power after the white flag went up. But he couldn't catch up as the cars winded their way toward the end of the 202-mile Kohler Grand Prix on the 14-turn track.