- Turkish PM says deadly attacks likely were suicide bombings
ANKARA, Turkey (AP) — Two nearly simultaneous explosions targeted a Turkish peace rally Saturday by Kurdish activists and opposition supporters in Ankara. At least 86 people were killed and nearly 190 wounded in what appeared to be suicide attacks, Turkish officials said.
- Portraits of some of the victims in Kunduz hospital bombing
KABUL, Afghanistan (AP) — On Oct. 3, a U.S. AC-130 gunship — at the request of Afghan ground forces fighting the Taliban, according to the American commander in Afghanistan Gen. John F. Campbell — mistakenly bombed a trauma hospital run by Doctors Without Borders in the northern Afghan city of Kunduz, killing at least 10 patients and a dozen Afghan staffers. Many more were wounded, and many remain missing in the wreckage of the now-abandoned hospital. The aid group's international staff members have been accounted for. President Barack Obama apologized and the U.S. military is investigating.
- Questions, answers about the federal campus safety law
The federal law known as the Clery Act is credited with bringing improvements to campus safety, even as sexual assault and gun violence remain major concerns. Supporters of the law plan to mark its 25th anniversary next month.
- Palestinians stab Israelis in 2 Jerusalem attacks
JERUSALEM (AP) — Palestinians carried out two stabbing attacks in Jerusalem on Saturday before being shot dead by police, while another two Palestinians were killed during a violent demonstration near the Gaza border fence.
- Rain resumes as South Carolina recovers from massive flood
COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) — After four dry days, rain has returned to South Carolina — but not in the record-breaking amounts seen last week that caused devastating floods.
- House Republicans ask: Can anyone lead us?
WASHINGTON (AP) — The job of leading House Republicans may have gone from difficult to impossible.
- John Boehner's here to stay, for now, with nothing to lose
WASHINGTON (AP) — Speaker John Boehner wants out. He really does.
- Kim Jong Un vows N. Korea ready to counter any US threat
PYONGYANG, North Korea (AP) — North Korean leader Kim Jong Un took center stage at a military parade and mass rally in Pyongyang on Saturday to mark the 70th anniversary of the country's ruling party by declaring in a rare speech that the North has no intention of straying from the socialist track established by his grandfather and is ready to stand up to any threat posed by the United States.
- Black men gathering for Million Man March 20th anniversary
WASHINGTON (AP) — Black men from around the nation are gathering on the National Mall to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the Million Man March and call for policing reforms and changes in black communities.
- The Latest on the Million Man March anniversary: The return
WASHINGTON (AP) — Thousands of African-Americans crowded on the National Mall Saturday for the 20th anniversary of the Million Man March.
- Road to playoffs can be long, brutal grind _ or rapid ride
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — Alex Rios bounced through four organizations and played nearly 1,700 games before he finally appeared in a postseason game with the Kansas City Royals on Thursday night.
- DeGrom outduels Kershaw with 13 Ks; Mets beat Dodgers 3-1
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Jacob deGrom sure seems to thrive on baseball's biggest stages.
- Lackey dominates, Cardinals beat Cubs 4-0 in NLDS opener
ST. LOUIS (AP) — John Lackey lived up to his reputation as a pitcher who craves the ball in October, helping the St. Louis Cardinals cool off the upstart Chicago Cubs.
- Surprise: Bengals are the unbeaten team vs Seahawks
One of the six remaining undefeated NFL teams will be on the field in Cincinnati on Sunday when Seattle visits.
- Royals rally, beat Astros 5-4 to even ALDS at 1 game each
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — The Kansas City Royals whipped out the same formula that carried them to last year's World Series to turn back the Houston Astros and tie their AL Division Series at a game apiece.