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Challenges for Clinton, Trump at first debate Click Here to Open in a New Window

APThe Democratic nominee has to prove she can be trusted, while her GOP opponent must show depth.



Scully says goodbye with another legendary call Click Here to Open in a New Window

Vin Scully (Big League Stew)Capping a 67-year broadcasting career, his final home game with the Los Angeles Dodgers has a storybook ending.



Teammates crushed by Jose Fernandez's death Click Here to Open in a New Window

Teammates crushed by Jose Fernandez's deathMarlins manager Don Mattingly and teammates are moved to tears remembering the late superstar pitcher, 24.



What's known about 3 killed in mall shooting Click Here to Open in a New Window

Rachel Shuler of Burlington, Wash., at a makeshift memorial on Sept. 25 in Burlington. (Stephen Brashear/AP)Details about three of the five victims have been reported by Washington state media.



Charlotte protests peaceful outside NFL game Click Here to Open in a New Window

Protesters in Charlotte, N.C. (AP)For the sixth night in a row, demonstrators protested the fatal shooting by police of Keith Scott.



On debate eve, candidates meet Israeli leader Click Here to Open in a New Window

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in New York on Sept. 25. (Jonathan Ernst/Reuters)Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump aimed to burnish their foreign policy credibility by meeting separately with Benjamin Netanyahu.



Golf legend Arnold Palmer dies at 87 Click Here to Open in a New Window

Arnold Palmer was the King in so many waysPalmer, one of the most famous athletes on the planet and a friend to presidents, kings, and movie stars, died Sunday at the age of 87.



Evacuations in Iowa amid flooding threat Click Here to Open in a New Window

Flooding on the Cedar River in downtown Waterloo, Iowa, on Sept. 24. (Brandon Pollock/The Courier via AP)Several thousand residents of Cedar Rapids leave their homes as floodwaters rise on the Cedar River.



Will high court duck transgender rights fight? Click Here to Open in a New Window

Student Gavin Grimm, who was barred from using the boys' bathroom at his local high school in Gloucester CountyHere's why the Supreme Court might turn away an appeal of a groundbreaking lower-court ruling.



Jury selection in Charleston church shootings begins Click Here to Open in a New Window

Dylann Roof (AP)Dylann Roof is charged with killing nine black parishioners during a Bible study at Emanuel AME Church in Charleston.



Debate over fact-checking presidential candidates Click Here to Open in a New Window

Lester Holt, left, will moderate first debate. (Getty Images)A top official on presidential debates says it's not a good idea for moderators to serve as an Encyclopaedia Britannica.



Trump built image as he built business Click Here to Open in a New Window

Trump built his image as he built his business. (AP)Young and ambitious, Trump worked just as hard at building his image as he did at expanding his real estate empire.



Ricardo La Volpe era at Club America starts on right foot with win over Pumas Click Here to Open in a New Window
MEXICO CITY -- Ricardo Antonio La Volpe is well aware that landing Club America's coaching job after Ignacio "Nacho" Ambriz's dismissal was like winning the lottery. Ten years since stepping down as M
Activists in Mexico urge US expats to derail Trump Click Here to Open in a New Window
"We are going to mobilize the almost eight million Americans who live abroad, a million of them in Mexico, and we want them to vote to stop Donald Trump," said Joseph Huff-Hannon, a campaign
MEXICO US HAITIANS - Hundreds of Haitians stuck in Mexican border city Click Here to Open in a New Window
Hundreds of Haitians hoping to cross into the United States are stuck in Tijuana, a border city in northwestern Mexico, after making the trek north from Brazil, where their dreams of a better life wer
Priest reported kidnapped found dead, 3rd slain in Mexico in last week Click Here to Open in a New Window
<br>This Sept. 21, 2016 photo shows the funeral Mass for slain Rev. Jose Alfredo Suarez de la Cruz at Our Lady of Asuncion Church in Paso Blanco, Veracruz state, Mexico, his hometown. Church lea
Former Mexican president ridicules Trump fundraising email: ‘This smells like defeat’ Click Here to Open in a New Window
Vicente Fox -- the former president of Mexico -- is not a big fan of Donald Trump. In the last few weeks, Fox has referred to the Republican presidential nominee as a ';pi?ata'; who is '
Thousands join rally against gay marriage in Mexico capital Click Here to Open in a New Window
Members of the National Front for the Family religious coalition march in Mexico's capital of Mexico City on September 24, 2016 to protest President Enrique Pena Nieto's initiative to legali
All expats can safely be considered gringos Click Here to Open in a New Window
Is it an odious term that only applies to obnoxious Caucasians with sunburned skin, bright clothing and abominable behavior? Can only Americans be gringos, or do Canadians also qualify? What about Bri
Wixáritari land battle could become violent Click Here to Open in a New Window
A land ownership conflict between the Wix?ritari indigenous people of Nayarit and cattle ranchers over 10,000 hectares of land threatens to turn violent while several government agencies appear reluct
AXA: traffic safety should be priority Click Here to Open in a New Window
With 15,000 people losing their lives in automobile accidents every year in Mexico, an insurance company plans to share its statistics to improve traffic safety....
Residents fearful after crocodile kills child Click Here to Open in a New Window
Many residents of a coastal community in Oaxaca are living in fear, but it’s not extortion or kidnapping that worries them. It’s crocodiles....
Fracking expected to begin next year Click Here to Open in a New Window
Pedro Joaqu?n Coldwell was speaking to energy company executives and others at Rice University when he advised that "everything will be ready by March" to begin auctions for the untapped fie
Embattled rector declares hunger strike Click Here to Open in a New Window
The tent has been furnished with two hospital beds and a couch for the three hunger strikers, whose health is being monitored by the director of the Faculty of Nutrition.Last month, the Federal Audito





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