- Trump team says 'we are behind' but can still win the race
WASHINGTON (AP) — Donald Trump's campaign bluntly acknowledged Sunday that the real estate mogul is trailing Hillary Clinton as the presidential race hurtles toward a close, but insisted he still has a viable path to win the White House.
- Trump's 'nasty woman' remark adds to woes with female voters
NEW YORK (AP) — "Such a nasty woman."
- AT&T's $85.4B deal for Time Warner: A new bet on synergy
NEW YORK (AP) — AT&T's $85.4 billion purchase of Time Warner represents a new bet on synergy between companies that distribute information and entertainment to consumers and those that produce it.
- Iraqi forces advance near Mosul as IS attacks western town
KHAZER, Iraq (AP) — Iraqi and Kurdish forces advanced on a town near Mosul on Sunday as part of an operation to retake the northern city from the Islamic State group, which staged an assault in western Iraq that appeared to be another diversionary attack.
- Widows of victims of Nigeria's Boko Haram say aid overdue
MAIDUGURI, Nigeria (AP) — After her husband was killed by a Boko Haram suicide bomber late last year, Hajjagana Mbasaru was forced to pull her children from school and rely on friends to feed them. Like other widows of civilians fighting the Islamic extremists in northern Nigeria, she spent long months waiting for any kind of government support.
- Posting ballot selfies: Personal choice or illegal act?
TRENTON, N.J. (AP) — You probably already know whether you'll vote for Donald Trump or Hillary Clinton on Election Day, leaving one important question to consider when you walk into your polling place: Is it OK to take a picture of your ballot?
- Haiti authorities nab some 1 dozen of 172 escaped inmates
ARCAHAIE, Haiti (AP) — Police officers were searching cars and boats for escaped prisoners on Sunday after recapturing at least a dozen of the 172 inmates who overpowered guards and escaped from a lockup in central Haiti, the prison's director said.
- How one drug cartel banked its cash in New York City
NEW YORK (AP) — In the photos, Alejandra Salgado and her little brother Francisco look like ordinary tourists strolling the streets of midtown Manhattan. He carries a shopping bag. She wears a white dress, a necklace and a leather tote slung over one shoulder.
- Dueling Droughts: Cubs, Indians set to meet in World Series
At long, long last, it's true: Either the Chicago Cubs or Cleveland Indians will win the World Series.
- Overjoyed Chicago Cubs fans turn attention to World Series
CHICAGO (AP) — With a mix of euphoria, relief and disbelief, long-suffering Chicago Cubs fans are setting their sights on the team's first World Series in 71 years — and some are remembering departed loved ones who stuck with the club once known as "lovable losers."