- Clinton puts Trump on the defensive in combative debate
HEMPSTEAD, N.Y. (AP) — Donald Trump aggressively tried to pin the nation's economic and national security problems on Hillary Clinton in the first presidential debate, belittling the former senator and secretary of state as a "typical politician" incapable of delivering the change many Americans crave.
- Analysis: In debate, Clinton was prepared, Trump was Trump
WASHINGTON (AP) — She was at her best. He was not at his worst.
- AP FACT CHECK: Trump, Clinton deny their own words in debate
WASHINGTON (AP) — Donald Trump's habit of peddling hype and fabrication emerged unabated in the first presidential debate while Hillary Clinton played it cautiously in her statements, though not without error. They both denied making statements that they are on the record as saying.
- Debate Takeaways: Clinton gets under Trump's skin in debate
HEMPSTEAD, N.Y. (AP) — Donald Trump repeatedly clashed with Hillary Clinton during Monday's first presidential debate, interrupting her and appearing agitated at times as they tangled over the economy, her use of a private mail server and his unwillingness to release his income tax returns. Clinton maintained an even demeanor, smiling indulgently when Trump turned aggressive.
- Cheers and jeers: Americans tune into Trump-Clinton debate
LAS VEGAS (AP) — From senior centers to college campuses and bars featuring campaign-themed cocktails, Americans laughed, cheered and jeered through the first debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump.
- Reaction around the world to first Trump-Clinton debate
Views from around the world on Monday's first U.S. presidential debate between Democrat Hillary Clinton and Republican Donald Trump:
- Colombia embarks on path to peace with historic accord
CARTAGENA, Colombia (AP) — After a half-century of combat that spilled blood across this South American nation, Colombians have embarked on a new, but difficult path to settle their political differences with the signing of a historic peace accord between the government and leftist rebels.
- Houston gunman had 2 weapons, thousands of rounds at scene
HOUSTON (AP) — A disgruntled lawyer wearing military-style apparel with old Nazi emblems had two weapons and more than 2,500 rounds of live ammunition when he randomly shot at drivers in a Houston neighborhood before he was shot and killed by police, authorities said.
- Duterte: After tough talk, damage control prevails
MANILA, Philippines (AP) — The new Philippine president uses an expletive to warn key ally Barack Obama not to lecture him on human rights and, in another impromptu speech, declares a dramatic policy change in policy such as removing U.S. counterterrorism forces out of his country's volatile south. His key officials walk back the remarks and say everything is normal.
- AP Exclusive: New film academy members talk #OscarsSoWhite
WEST HOLLYWOOD, Calif. (AP) — The newest members of the film academy say the #OscarsSoWhite crisis inspired them to seek membership.
- AP Interview: LeBron says "a personal goal" to match Jordan
INDEPENDENCE, Ohio (AP) — Now that LeBron James has won a championship for the ages, he's set a loftier goal:
- At NBA media day, concern for country over concern for team
NEW YORK (AP) — NBA players aren't just worried about their teams as they start a new season.
- Conor McGregor to fight in UFC's New York debut Nov. 12
LAS VEGAS (AP) — Conor McGregor will fight for Eddie Alvarez's lightweight title in the UFC's debut in New York City.
- Falcons offense keeps building steam in 45-32 win vs. Saints
NEW ORLEANS (AP) — For all of Dan Quinn's background as a defensive specialist, the Atlanta Falcons' second-year coach is fielding an offense about as good as anyone right now.
- Column: Ryder Cup a referendum on Mickelson
CHASKA, Minn. (AP) — Phil Mickelson has been giving the Ryder Cup a lot of thought lately.