The Latest: Kaine weeps at site of Pulse nightclub shooting
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 Monday morning before he was shot and killed by police, authorities said.
Arnold Palmer's legacy overshadows the Ryder Cup
Herschell Gordon Lewis, 'godfather of gore,' dies at 87LOS ANGELES (AP) ? Herschell Gordon Lewis, the horror filmmaker known as the "godfather of gore," has died. He was 87.
Pentagon chief pledges $108 billion to fix nuclear force
MINOT AIR FORCE BASE, N.D. (AP) ? Defense Secretary Ash Carter said Monday the Pentagon is committed to correcting decades of short-changing its nuclear force, including forging ahead with building a new generation of weapons at a cost of more than $100 billion.
The Latest: Ceremony begins for Colombia peace pact signing
Colombia to sign historic peace deal on ending long conflict
More than 220,000 deaths, 8 million homeless and countless human rights violations: These are the tragic toll of South America's oldest armed conflict, which begins to wind down with the signing Monday ...
The Latest: Investigators still at Houston shooting scene
Police: Mall shooting suspect confessed, shot 5 in 1 minute
MOUNT VERNON, Wash. (AP) ? The suspect accused of killing five people at a Macy's department store confessed to police, court documents said, but his motive remained a mystery Monday as a portrait emerged of him as a mentally troubled young man whose parents said they were trying to help him.
Presidential candidates neck and neck as they go toe-to-toe
By John Whitesides and Steve Holland HEMPSTEAD, N.Y. (Reuters) - Democrat Hillary Clinton and Republican Donald Trump will seek to win over undecided voters on Monday in their first, high-stakes presidential debate, which could rank as one of the most watched and highly anticipated political showdowns in U.S. history. The tight race for the White House and the unpredictable clash in styles between two well-known but polarizing opponents has generated wide interest in the potentially pivotal debate, which comes six weeks before the Nov. 8 election after a campaign that has stretched over more than a year. The gap between the two candidates in recent national opinion polls has narrowed in the past week, with the latest Reuters/Ipsos polling showing Clinton ahead by 4 percentage points, with 41 percent of likely voters.