D-Day anniversary shines spotlight on 'Rosie the Riveter'

PEGASUS BRIDGE, France (AP) - When the 5,000th B-17 bomber built after Pearl Harbor rolled out of its Boeing factory, teenage riveter Anna Mae Krier made sure it would carry a message from the women of World War II: She signed her name on it.

Tranquilized black bear takes a dive

CAMP HILL, Pa. (AP) - A young black bear took a dive from a tree Tuesday, landing in a giant tarp held aloft by a group of wildlife, public safety and rescue officials who tranquilized it after it roamed into a suburban Pennsylvania neighborhood.

Injured UK military horses 'recovering with remarkable speed'

LONDON (AP) - The five military horses that bolted and injured themselves as they ran loose through central London in April are all expected to return to duty, the British Army said Tuesday, with three of them already back to work.

103 Year Old awared France's highest honor

VER-SUR-MER, France (AP) - Eighty years after Christian Lamb helped rescue France from Nazi tyranny, French President Emmanuel Macron kissed her on both cheeks and pinned the nation's highest honor to her lapel.

Giraffe's picks toddler up from car

GLEN ROSE, Texas (AP) - A Texas family got a brief scare when a nibble from a giraffe turned a 2-year-old's safari visit into an airborne adventure.

Melinda Gates pledges $1 billion for women and girls

Melinda French Gates ‘ has a long history of supporting the women's movement, but it's her new eye-popping funding commitments that could finally change women's groups' long-running lament that less than 2% of philanthropic giving in the United States directly benefits women and girls.

Female White House chef duo dish up culinary diplomacy

WASHINGTON (AP) - A house-cured smoked salmon, red grapefruit, avocado and cucumber starter. Dry-aged rib eye beef in a sesame sabayon sauce. Salted caramel pistachio cake under a layer of matcha ganache.