Day grabs lead at weather-hit Zurich Classic
Australia's Jason Day powered to the top of the leaderboard on Saturday with a strong finish to the weather-disrupted second round of the US PGA Tour Zurich Classic. Day, ranked sixth in the world, completed a seven-under par 65 for a 12-under total of 132 and a one-stroke lead over Hudson Swafford, who held the clubhouse lead when play was halted on Friday on 11-under 133. Swafford, who completed his second-round 66 on Friday, was joined on 133 by fellow Americans Daniel Berger and Chris Stroud. Boo Weekley, who was tied for the lead with three to play when the round was suspended, settled for a 70 that left him among a group of eight players sharing fifth place on 10-under 134.
Conservatives' lead narrows to 1 point over Labour in Opinium poll
David Cameron's Conservative Party saw its lead in an opinion poll narrow on Saturday, with a survey for the Observer newspaper giving it a 1 percentage point lead over the Labour Party ahead of the May 7 election. The poll by market research company Opinium put the Conservatives on 34 percent, with support for Labour at 33 percent.
Leicester, Hull strike out for safety
Burnley, Queens Park Rangers and Sunderland slipped closer to the relegation trapdoor in the Premier League on Saturday as Leicester City and Hull City recorded timely victories. Bottom club Burnley lost 1-0 at home to Leicester in agonising circumstances, with Jamie Vardy notching a 60th-minute winner for the visitors just seconds after Burnley's Matt Taylor had hit the post with a penalty.
Man arrested in slaying of Indiana University student
BLOOMINGTON, Ind. (AP) — Authorities have filed preliminary murder charges against a man in the death of an Indiana University student whose body was found in a rural area not long after she was reported missing.
Leaders, charities offer condolences, help after Nepal quake
LONDON (AP) — World leaders and global charities offered condolences and emergency aid to Nepal following the earthquake Saturday while grappling to understand the scope of the disaster.