Navy helicopter crashes in California while searching for hiker, crew rescued after 20 hours in rugged terrain

A Navy helicopter searching for a missing hiker crashed in California’s White Mountains around 5 p.m. Friday, with the crew surviving overnight in rugged terrain before being rescued.

Start your week smart: Covid-19, Haiti, Britney Spears, Jeff Bezos, Nationals Park

Chip and Joanna Gaines celebrate Magnolia Network launch with feast in NYC

Chip and Joanna Gaines celebrated the launch of their Magnolia Network over the weekend with an elaborate feast in New York City.

NY officials say dashcam proves woman’s allegations she was assaulted by cops are ‘false’

A Democratic elected official in Suffolk County, New York announced Friday that an internal investigation involving review of dash camera footage proved that allegations brought by a Black woman claiming she was assaulted by police officers in the aftermath of a recent shooting were false.

Opinion: Donald Trump’s big book party

“The past is never dead. It’s not even past,” wrote William Faulkner in “Requiem for a Nun.”

Mandaloun takes controversial Haskell at Monmouth on DQ

Trouble seems to follow Kentucky Derby runner-up Mandaloun on the racetrack.

Opinion: Jrue Holiday’s masterful offense, game-saving defense put Bucks on brink of NBA championship

Jrue Holiday broke out of a shooting slump with 27 points, then sealed the Bucks’ Game 5 win with a clutch steal and alley-oop in the closing seconds.

Caitlyn Jenner says America must move forward with ‘love of country’ and ‘being a patriot’

Caitlyn Jenner discussed pride in the American flag and her run for governor of California Saturday on “Justice with Judge Jeanine,” noting that Californians can’t let Gov. Gavin Newsom forget the “terrible job” he did running the state during the pandemic.

Nightengale’s Notebook: After hot start pushed off the inevitable, Chicago Cubs’ sell-off may be upon us

The Cubs, who won the 2016 World Series, three division titles and reached the postseason in five of the past six seasons, are waving the white flag.

Enormous scale of destruction is revealed as water subsides after historic western Europe flooding

More than 160 people are dead and hundreds more remain missing after catastrophic flooding hit large swaths of western Europe, with tens of thousands unable to return to their homes and many still left without access to power and drinking water.