• Hungary: Publisher of suspended opposition newspaper sold

    BUDAPEST, Hungary (AP) — A company linked to an ally of Hungary's prime minister said Tuesday it had acquired the publisher of the main opposition newspaper, which suspended publication 2 ½ weeks ago.

  • Iraq battles IS in western town, far from Mosul

    BAGHDAD (AP) — Iraqi forces battled Islamic State fighters for a third day in a remote western town far from Mosul on Tuesday, but the U.S.-led coalition insisted the latest in a series of "spoiler attacks" had not forced it to divert resources from the fight to retake Iraq's second-largest city.

  • Ontario nurse charged in deaths of 8 nursing home residents

    TORONTO (AP) — A nurse has been charged with the murders of eight elderly people at nursing homes in southwestern Ontario over a seven-year period, police said Tuesday.

  • Turkey: pro-Kurdish mayor detained in 'terror' probe

    ANKARA, Turkey (AP) — Turkey's state-run news agency says the mayor of Turkey's largest Kurdish-populated city has been detained for questioning as part of a "terrorism" investigation. A second local pro-Kurdish politician also was detained.

  • Washed-out bridge blamed for pipeline rupture, gas spill

    TROUT RUN, Pa. (AP) — Officials say a bridge washed out by flooding traveled the length of a football field and ruptured a pipeline last week, spilling about 55,000 gallons of gasoline into a Pennsylvania creek.

  • Muslim woman sues security company, alleging discrimination

    ST. LOUIS (AP) — A converted Muslim's federal lawsuit accuses a private security company of discrimination by rejecting her for employment because of her faith and her traditional religious headscarf.

  • Manhunt for Oklahoma decapitation suspect continues

    OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — Authorities have been hunting for more than 24 hours for an Oklahoma man they say posted live videos to social media while running from police during a violent rampage that included shooting two police officers, armed car thefts and killing his aunt and uncle, apparently attempting to cut off their heads.

  • Clarification: Texas-Border Crime story

    AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — In a story Oct. 22, The Associated Press reported that drunken drivers were among more than 1,800 offenders arrested near the border in 2015 who the Texas Department of Public Safety classified as "high threat criminals." The story should have clarified that DPS does not categorize drunken driving, itself, as a high-threat offense, but suspected drunken drivers who were additionally charged with evading arrest or drug possession were classified as "high-threat."

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