- Official: Clinic suspect made 'no more baby parts' comment
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (AP) — Robert Lewis Dear was reclusive, and he seldom spoke to neighbors in a quiet patch of woods in rural Colorado where he lived.
- Planned Parenthood under fire literally and figuratively
LOS ANGELES (AP) — The fatal shootings at a Colorado Planned Parenthood clinic are the latest in a long history of violence at clinics that provide abortions and doctors who perform the procedure. Police aren't saying what motivated this most recent shooting. The attack comes as the nonprofit endures criticism from anti-abortion lawmakers and renewed protests outside clinics since a group of abortion opponents released videos they claimed showed the organization negotiating fetal tissue sales.
- Earth is a wilder, warmer place since last climate deal made
PARIS (AP) — This time, it's a hotter, waterier, wilder Earth that world leaders are trying to save.
- Pope brings peace message to Central African Republic
BANGUI, Central African Republic (AP) — Pope Francis arrived Sunday in the conflict-torn Central African Republic, brushing aside security concerns to bring a message of peace and reconciliation to a country where violence between Christian and Muslim militants has divided the capital city and forced nearly 1 million from their homes over the last two years.
- Calm before the storm as Paris prepares for climate summit
PARIS (AP) — Empty shoes were lined up in downtown Paris ahead of the start of international climate negotiations Sunday, filling in for global warming protesters who were not permitted to march because of security after this month's attacks. Instead environmental advocacy groups held marches outside of Paris and around the world.
- The Latest: Pope welcomed to Central African Republic
BANGUI, Central African Republic (AP) — The latest on Pope Francis' first trip to Africa. (All times local.)
- Images, analysis released of Cleveland officer shooting boy
CLEVELAND (AP) — Prosecutors in Ohio on Saturday released a frame-by-frame analysis of the surveillance camera footage first made public a year ago that shows a white Cleveland police officer fatally shooting a black 12-year-old boy who had a pellet gun.
- Attorneys for slain boy's family want own experts to testify
CLEVELAND (AP) — Attorneys for the family of the black 12-year-old boy who was fatally shot by a white Cleveland police officer last year have asked a prosecutor to allow their use-of-force experts to testify before the grand jury.
- Thousands of Syrian refugee children left in legal limbo
ZAWERGOSK, Iraq (AP) — Aria is stateless. Like thousands of other children born to Syrian refugees living in Iraq, the 10-month-old girl is beginning her life in legal limbo.
- Colleges trying to find ways to deal with racial incidents
WASHINGTON (AP) — Officials were slow to handle racial incidents at the University of Missouri, and that contributed to protests, a student hunger strike, a threatened boycott by the football team and ultimately, the resignations of two administrators.
- No. 13 Stanford rallies past No. 4 Notre Dame 38-36
STANFORD, Calif. (AP) — Dealing with emotions on senior day can be difficult enough. When it comes against the team you cheered for as a kid alongside your late father, it could easily be overbearing.
- Warriors run NBA-record start to 18-0, beat Kings 120-101
OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) — Stephen Curry scored 19 points in Golden State's NBA-record 18th straight win at the start of a season, but what he didn't do against the Sacramento Kings was just as important to the defending champion Warriors.
- Mayfield leads No. 5 Oklahoma past No. 9 Oklahoma St., 58-23
STILLWATER, Okla. (AP) — Oklahoma took the Big 12 title and likely a spot in the College Football Playoff — and did at the expense of rival Oklahoma State in a Bedlam blowout.
- AD says Miles to stay, LSU beats Texas A&M 19-7
BATON ROUGE, La. (AP) — Les Miles rode across the Tiger Stadium field on the shoulders of his players while fans chanted his name.
- LSU's Miles survives, but knows he has work to do
BATON ROUGE, La. (AP) — Les Miles looked to his right, beyond a crowd of reporters to where his wife, Kathy, and their four children had been waiting anxiously for the 62-year-old coach to emerge from LSU's locker room. He smiled and gave them a reassuring wink.