Baylor looks to rebuild after report on sex assaults

In this photo taken Wednesday, May, 25, 2016, Baylor President Ken Starr leaves a terminal at Waco airport in Waco, Texas. Baylor University's board of regents says it will fire football coach Art Briles and re-assign Starr in response to questions about its handling of sexual assault complaints against players. The university said in a statement Thursday, May 26, 2016, that it had suspended Briles "with intent to terminate." Starr will leave the position of president on May 31, but the school says he will serve as chancellor. (Rod Aydelotte/Waco Tribune Herald, via AP) MANDATORY CREDITAUSTIN, Texas (AP) — Baylor University will be looking to rebuild its reputation and perhaps its football program.



Korean Air jet has engine fire in Tokyo, people evacuated

Firefighters work on a Korean Air jet sitting on the white foam-covered tarmac following an engine fire at Haneda Airport in Tokyo Tokyo, Friday, May 27, 2016. The engine fire broke out on the Korean Air jet about to take off from the airport on Friday, and some people may have been injured, an airport official said. Firefighters put out the blaze within the hour, and all passengers and crew were evacuated. (AP Photo/Koji Sasahara)TOKYO (AP) — An engine fire broke out on a Korean Air jet about to take off from a Tokyo airport Friday, and seven people may have been injured, an official said.



Churchgoer charged in Sunday service slaying headed to trial

NORRISTOWN, Pa. (AP) — A suburban Philadelphia church member has been ordered to stand trial on charges that he shot a fellow churchgoer to death after the victim became verbally disruptive during Sunday services and punched the man in the face.
Flint residents hope pipe flushing will help get lead out

This Tuesday, May 24, 2016, image taken from video shows David G. Mata Sr. turning on the faucet in the basement of his home in Flint, Mich. State and local officials are asking Flint residents to flush the pipes in their homes every day for two weeks. Some residents like Mata are giving it a shot, but not all believe the effort will have its intended effect of helping to remove lead particles and coat the pipes. (AP Photo/Mike Householder)FLINT, Mich. (AP) — Foul-smelling water that came through the tap of David G. Mata Sr.'s house in Flint last year turned his sinks and toilets a brownish-orange color and nearly killed all of his plants.



G7 pledges to tackle steel glut; doubts over impact

By Yuka Obayashi and Ami Miyazaki TOKYO/ISE-SHIMA, JAPAN (Reuters) - Leaders of the Group of Seven (G7) pledged on Friday to tackle a global glut in steel, though their statement did not single out China, which produces half of the world's steel and is blamed by many countries for flooding markets with cheap steel. While not included in the text, China was brought up in the discussions among leaders of the G7 industrial powers, a senior Japanese government spokesman told reporters. China insists that its steel exports do not violate trade rules nor are its policies designed to encourage mills to sell overseas.


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