- Suicide bombings kill 95 people at Ankara peace rally
ANKARA, Turkey (AP) — Nearly simultaneous explosions targeted a Turkish peace rally Saturday in Ankara, killing at least 95 people and wounding hundreds in Turkey's deadliest attack in years — one that threatens to inflame the nation's ethnic tensions.There was no immediate claim of responsibility but Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu said there were "strong signs" that the two explosions — which struck 50 meters (yards) apart just after 10 a.m. — were suicide bombings. He suggested that Kurdish rebels or Islamic State group militants were to blame.
- More rain a setback for soggy state standing up to flooding
COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) — Heavy rain returned to parts of South Carolina on Saturday as thousands continued digging out and cleaning up from last weekend's deluge that left behind disastrous flooding. Here's a look at developments Saturday in the still-evolving disaster:MORE RAIN
- Knowing what to do if shooting starts still hazy at colleges
Eight years after the Virginia Tech massacre led to tighter security at colleges across the U.S., some schools make "active shooter" training mandatory for incoming students, while others offer little more than brief online guidance on what to do if there's a gunman on the loose, a review by The Associated Press finds.The AP looked at public colleges and universities in more than 40 states after yet another shooting rampage, the killing of nine people at an Oregon community college Oct. 1. On Friday, there was more bloodshed, with one person killed and three wounded at an Arizona university.
- Attorney: Army officer recommends no jail time for Bergdahl
AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — An Army officer is recommending that Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl face a lower-level court martial and be spared the possibility of jail time for leaving his post in Afghanistan, his lawyer said Saturday.Defense attorney Eugene Fidell said Lt. Col. Mark Visger has decided Bergdahl's case should go to a military system similar to civilian courts that handle misdemeanor charges. It limits the maximum punishment to reduction of rank, a bad conduct discharge and a short jail term, though that isn't being sought, Fidell said.
- The Latest on the Million Man March anniversary: Farrakhan
WASHINGTON (AP) — The latest from the National Mall as thousands of African-Americans from across the country mark the 20th anniversary of the Million Man March, calling for changes in policing and in black communities. All times are local.___
- Red River relief for Texas as Longhorns upset No. 10 Sooners
DALLAS (AP) — Tyrone Swoopes threw a touchdown pass and ran for another score as Texas found relief in the Red River rivalry yet again, upsetting No. 10 Oklahoma 24-17 on Saturday.Coach Charlie Strong's Longhorns (2-4, 1-2 Big 12) came to Dallas in the midst of the program's worst start in 59 years and as two-touchdown underdog to the Sooners (4-1, 1-1). It's been nothing but turmoil and excruciating losses for the Longhorns so far, but Strong's defense harassed Oklahoma quarterback Baker Mayfield and the offense made just enough plays to show Texas fans that better times might not be so far away.
- No. 1 Ohio State struggles then shakes off Maryland 49-28
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Still unbeaten, still underwhelming. Ohio State didn't do much to quiet the critics who argue it shouldn't be No. 1.Cardale Jones threw two touchdown passes, J.T. Barrett scored three times and the top-ranked Buckeyes, who haven't met enormous expectations this season, pulled away in the second half for a 49-28 win over Maryland on Saturday.
- No. 3 Baylor romps to 66-7 win over Kansas to stay unbeaten
LAWRENCE, Kan. (AP) — Seth Russell wanted to keep playing. So did Corey Coleman and Shock Linwood.Baylor coach Art Briles is certain they'll see more of the field in the coming weeks.
- No. 19 Georgia loses star RB Nick Chubb to knee injury
KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — Georgia running back Nick Chubb has left Saturday's game with Tennessee after injuring his left knee on the first play from scrimmage.Chubb was running toward the sideline when he was hit by cornerback Emmanuel Moseley and later by linebacker Jalen Reeves-Maybin. He was helped off the field and remained on the sideline surrounded by a crowd of players and team officials as the 19th-ranked Bulldogs began their second offensive series. He later was carted away.
- Presidents Cup finally has some drama, with US up by a point
INCHEON, South Korea (AP) — Whether it was the South African juggernaut of Branden Grace and Louis Oosthuizen, the inspired play of Bae Sang-moon in front of his home crowd or a format change that reduced the number of matches, the Presidents Cup is truly up for grabs for the first time in 10 years.That's all the International team ever wanted.