Flags in front of Ronald Reagan presidential library in Simi valley, California were lower Monday morning as part of the preparation for the funeral and burial of Nancy Reagan. The former first lady died over the weekend at the age of 94.
Tennis star Maria Sharapova says she has failed a drug test at the Australia Open.
The 5-time major Champion took full responsibility when she made the announcement at a news conference in Los Angles testing positive for meldonium.
Meldonium, which became a banned substance in 2016, is used to treat heart disease.
Surgeons at a Cleveland clinic say that a 26-year-old woman is recovering well after receiving the nation's first uterus transplant late last month.
The experimental surgery is part of a new frontier in transplantation that if it works, might be an alternative for some women unable to have kids.
And a pair of panda cubs born in a Toronto zoo were hailed as a symbol of international cooperation as they officially received the names that pay tribute to the country of their birth.
The zoo announced the male is named "Jia Panpan", meaning Canadian hope, while the female cub is named "Jia Yueyue", meaning Canadian joy.
Emily Roseman, the associated press, with AP news minute.