- The Latest: Parade in Lower 9th Ward commemorates Katrina
NEW ORLEANS (AP) — The latest in the 10th anniversary commemorations of Hurricane Katrina (all times local):
- Europe rethinks train security after Americans thwart attack
PARIS (AP) — European countries will increase identity checks and baggage controls on trains after American passengers thwarted an attack on a high-speed train from Amsterdam to Paris, France's interior minister said Saturday.
- Police arrest foreigner, find passports in Bangkok bomb case
BANGKOK (AP) — Thai authorities arrested a foreign man Saturday they said had been holed up in a suburban apartment with bomb-making equipment and stacks of passports, the first possible breakthrough in the deadly bombing at a Bangkok shrine nearly two weeks ago.
- Storm dissipates after killing at least 20 in Caribbean
HAVANA (AP) — Tropical Storm Erika dissipated early Saturday, even as its remnants began drenching parts of eastern Cuba. But it left devastation in its path, killing at least 20 people and leaving nearly 50 missing on the small eastern Caribbean island of Dominica, authorities said.
- Hungary court orders arrest of 4 men in migrant truck deaths
KECSKEMET, Hungary (AP) — Four men suspected of being involved in the deaths of 71 migrants found in a truck in Austria were placed under preliminary arrest on Saturday by a Hungarian court.
- Deputy ambushed, fatally shot at gas station near Houston
HOUSTON (AP) — Authorities said Saturday they are questioning a person of interest in the death of a uniformed sheriff's deputy who was shot several times while filling up his patrol car at a suburban Houston gas station.
- Ridin' with Biden? Clinton challenge a rough road for the VP
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — The only trace of the vice president came on a candy wrapper.
- Egypt sentences 3 Al-Jazeera reporters to 3 years in prison
CAIRO (AP) — An Egyptian court on Saturday sentenced three Al-Jazeera English journalists to three years in prison, the latest twist in a long-running trial criticized worldwide by diplomats, press freedom advocates and human rights organizations.
- Residents across Gulf remember Katrina's might, recovery
NEW ORLEANS (AP) — With prayer and the somber ringing of church bells, residents in Mississippi and Louisiana gathered Saturday to mark the 10th anniversary of the day that Hurricane Katrina slammed into their states — causing deadly and costly havoc.
- In Alaska, Obama to walk fine line on climate change, energy
WASHINGTON (AP) — With melting glaciers and rising seas as his backdrop, President Barack Obama will visit Alaska next week to press for urgent global action to combat climate change, even as he carefully calibrates his message in a state heavily dependent on oil.
- Being home team can be blessing and curse for Lewisberry
SOUTH WILLIAMSPORT, Pa. (AP) — Kaden Peifer and his Lewisberry, Pennsylvania, teammates use the same word over and over when describing what it's like to be playing two hours from home in front of 35,000 fans at the Little League World Series.
- Carter's cancer rekindles memories of 1980 Olympic boycott
ATLANTA (AP) — Thirty-five years after his hopes for a gold medal were dashed by Jimmy Carter's boycott of the Moscow Olympics, Craig Beardsley is at peace.
- Spieth loses No. 1 ranking with missed cut
EDISON, N.J. (AP) — By the end of the week, Jordan Spieth might be No. 1 in just one major category — the PGA Tour money list. He has earned just under $10.4 million this year, so missing the cut at The Barclays is not likely to keep him up at night.
- Vin Scully to return for record 67th year with Dodgers
LOS ANGELES (AP) — The voice of summer in Los Angeles plans to return next year.
- Brady throws 2 INTs, 1 TD, Patriots beat Panthers 17-16
CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) — At least for one series Tom Brady looked like Tom Brady again.