Brad Guzan patiently waits turn in U.S. net

FILE - In this Nov. 17, 2012 file photo, Aston Villa's goalkeeper Brad Guzan looks on during a soccer match against in Manchester, England. Guzan, a standout in the English Premier League, would start for a number of World Cup teams. He'll be on the bench for the Americans, waiting for his turn behind veteran keeper Tim Howard. (AP Photo/Jon Super, File)

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (AP) — Brad Guzan has been in this position before.

Ventura leads Royals to 3-2 win over Cardinals

Kansas City Royals starting pitcher Yordano Ventura (30) takes a ball from catcher Salvador Perez, right, after giving up a run in the fourth inning of a baseball game against the St. Louis Cardinals at Kauffman Stadium in Kansas City, Mo., Thursday, June 5, 2014. (AP Photo/Orlin Wagner)

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — Royals manager Ned Yost admitted that he often manages an entire game around getting the ball to reliever Wade Davis in the eighth inning and closer Greg Holland in the ninth.

Astros draft California HS lefty Aiken at No. 1

Cathedral Catholic High School pitcher Brady Aiken glances up at the MLB draft being televised as he receives a congratulatory phone call just after he was selected by the Houston Astros as the first pick in the MLB draft on Thursday, June 5, 2014 in Encinitas, Calif. (AP Photo/U-T San Diego, Hayne Palmour IV) NO SALES; COMMERCIAL INTERNET OUT

SECAUCUS, N.J. (AP) — The Houston Astros had the No. 1 pick again, and this time, they took a pitcher polished beyond his years.

ECB enters uncharted territory with new stimulus

The president of the European Central Bank Mario Draghi speaks during a news conference in Frankfurt, Germany, Thursday, June 5, 2014. The European Central Bank has cut two key interest rates, one of them into negative territory a highly unusual step that underlines the urgency of its efforts to keep the eurozone economy from sliding into crippling deflation. It reduced its main interest rate, the refinancing rate, from a record low of 0.25 percent to 0.15 percent. More drastically, it also cut the rate it pays on money deposited by banks from zero to minus 0.1 percent, an unprecedented step for the ECB that aims to push banks to lend money rather than hoard it. (AP Photo/Michael Probst)

FRANKFURT, Germany (AP) — The European Central Bank ventured into uncharted territory Thursday with a raft of unusual measures meant to revive the eurozone economy by getting credit flowing to companies and preventing a debilitating bout of deflation.

Teen’s death exposes entrenched Chicago violence

In this April 30, 2014 photo, family and friends of 14-year-old Endia Martin sign posters at a makeshift memorial during a vigil for the girl who was shot and killed April 28 in Chicago allegedly by another 14-year-old girl in a dispute concerning a boy. On Friday, June 6, 2014, the girl will appear in juvenile court on a first-degree murder charge in Martin's death. A tragic story of one girl allegedly killing another in what started as a war of words on Facebook over a boy, the case also offers a glimpse at life and death in Chicago. (AP Photo/Sun-Times Media, Jessica Koscielniak)

CHICAGO (AP) — When a 14-year-old Chicago girl was arrested on charges that she shot and killed another 14-year-old Chicago girl, much of the attention centered on how the shooting stemmed from an argument over a boy that was playing out on Facebook.

Brazil strikes a threat to a smooth World Cup

A commuter takes a photo of a sign that reads in Portuguese "Station closed" at the Arthur Alvim metro station in Sao Paulo, Brazil, Thursday, June 5, 2014. This city that will host the World Cup opening match in a week was thrown into transit chaos Thursday as subway and overland commuter train operators went on strike, putting at risk the only means that most soccer fans will have to reach the stadium. (AP Photo/Nelson Antoine)

SAO PAULO (AP) — World Cup organizers have fretted for a year over the possibility that a resurgence of mass anti-government protests could mar soccer’s premiere event.

Justice for Hamas, Fatah victims costly, elusive

In this June 3, 2014 photo, Rawda Zanoun, 48, speaks during an interview with The Associated Press in front of a portrait of her son, Alaa Eldin, who was killed in a 2007 fight between Hamas and Fatah days before the Hamas take over in Gaza City. Foes Hamas and Fatah managed to set aside some of their differences to form a Palestinian unity government, but the hardest part of reconciliation may still lie ahead. (AP Photo/Hatem Moussa)

GAZA CITY, Gaza Strip (AP) — Foes Hamas and Fatah managed to set aside some of their differences to form a Palestinian unity government, but the hardest part of reconciliation may still lie ahead — settling demands of justice for hundreds killed and wounded in fighting that culminated in the 2007 Hamas takeover of the Gaza Strip.

Interior chief: Jamestown at risk from rising seas

U.S. Interior Secretary Sally Jewell walks through the woods during a tour of Jamestown Island in Jamestown, Va., Thursday, June 5, 2014. Jewell toured Jamestown to highlight climate change's threat to the first permanent European settlement in America. The island settled in 1607 is among the coastal Va. lands being lost to rising seas. (AP Photo/Steve Helber) (AP Photo/Steve Helber)

JAMESTOWN, Va. (AP) — Interior Secretary Sally Jewell got a firsthand look Thursday at the effect of climate change on ever-receding Jamestown island, concluding that one of America’s first permanent European settlements is clearly vulnerable to rising seas.

Reagan set the tone for D-Day observances

FILE - This June 6, 1984 file photo shows President Ronald Reagan and first lady Nancy Reagan walking past the graves at Normandy American Cemetary in Normandy. The American president and first lady are attending the 40th anniversary of the allied invasion of 1944. President Barack Obama is the fourth sitting president to attend a D-Day anniversary observance in Normandy and the only president to visit the site of the allied invasion twice during his presidency for an anniversary commemoration. It wasn’t always a presidential tradition. Ronald Reagan was the first, delivering an evocative and emotional remembrance on the 40th anniversary in 1984. Joining him were surviving members of an Army Rangers team that had scaled cliffs at Pointe du Hoc to silence German guns protecting the Normandy beaches. (AP Photo/Ron Edmonds, File)

WASHINGTON (AP) — President Barack Obama is the fourth sitting president to attend a D-Day anniversary observance in Normandy and the only president to visit the site of the allied invasion twice during his presidency for an anniversary commemoration. It wasn’t always a presidential tradition.

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