A writer finds her e-book in Google Play with a different author’s name on the cover, revealing Google’s slow response to complaints of pirated works.
A middle-aged man wearing a Braves cap fell more than 40 feet during a game against the Yankees. He was pronounced dead after being taken to a hospital.
Keen Ice edged American Pharoah at Saratoga Race Course, known as the Graveyard of Champions, where iconic horses like Gallant Fox, Affirmed and Secretariat had lost.
Gov. Chris Christie of New Jersey said if he became president he would combat illegal immigration by creating a way to track foreign visitors and ask the chief executive of FedEx to devise the system.
Mr. Jean-Baptiste, who fell off a fourth-floor fire escape in Brooklyn, was the first black actor to play the iconic lead role of Jean Valjean in the Broadway musical.