HOUSTON (AP) Blair Kinghorn missed his attempted conversion of Dougie Fyfe’s injury time try, allowing the United States to hang on for its first-ever win over Scotland, 30-29 in a thrilling rugby test on Saturday.
NEW YORK (AP) Basketball Hall of Famer Anne Donovan has died of heart failure at 56.
MADRID (AP) Zinedine Zidane resigns as Real Madrid coach.
YORK, Pa. (AP) A man who called police on a group of black women golfers accused of playing too slowly at a Pennsylvania golf club denied to dispatchers that he was acting out of racism.
VATICAN CITY (AP) South Korean taekwondo athletes have performed for Pope Francis, after a planned show of Korean unity at the Vatican fell apart when the North pulled out at the last minute.
LONDON (AP) Tessa Jowell, the former U.K. culture secretary who played a key role in securing the 2012 London Olympics, has died. She was 70.
COLLEGE PARK, Md. (AP) Defending champion Maryland is the top seed for the men’s NCAA lacrosse tournament.
MOSCOW (AP) The IAAF has barred five Russian race walkers from competing internationally after they were accused of working with a banned coach.