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Moderator Lester Holt worked to keep control of debate

Moderator Lester Holt, anchor of NBC Nightly News, asks a question of Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton during the presidential debate Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump at Hofstra University in Hempstead, N.Y., Monday, Sept. 26, 2016. (Joe Raedle/Pool via AP)NEW YORK (AP) ? After initially taking a hands-off approach to the two strong-willed presidential candidates before him, NBC's Lester Holt more aggressively challenged Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump as the general election's first debate wore on and he warmed to the often-thankless role of moderator.



Reaction around the world to first Trump-Clinton debate

Chinese students watch live broadcasting of the U.S. presidential debate between Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton and Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump, at a cafe in Beijing, Tuesday, Sept. 27, 2016. (AP Photo/Andy Wong)Views from around the world on Monday's first U.S. presidential debate between Democrat Hillary Clinton and Republican Donald Trump:



Debate Takeaways: Clinton gets under Trump's skin in debate

Debate Takeaways: Clinton gets under Trump's skin in debateDonald 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 ...



Analysis: In debate, Clinton was prepared, Trump was Trump

Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton answers a question during the presidential debate with Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump at Hofstra University in Hempstead, N.Y., Monday, Sept. 26, 2016. (AP Photo/David Goldman)She was at her best. He was not at his worst. Weeks of Super Bowl-style hype aside, Monday night's 90 minutes of heated clashes between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump probably didn't shove many undecided ...



ICC to rule on damage of Timbuktu shrines by Islamist rebel

Ahmad al-Faqi al-Mahdi appears at the International Criminal Court in The HagueBy Stephanie van den Berg THE HAGUE (Reuters) - International war crimes judges are to rule on Tuesday in the case of a former Islamist rebel who pleaded guilty to wrecking holy shrines during Mali's 2012 conflict and apologised for the damage he caused in Timbuktu.     It is the first case at the International Criminal Court focusing on cultural destruction as a war crime.     During a two-day trial in August Ahmad al-Faqi al-Mahdi asked for forgiveness and said he had been swept up in an "evil wave" by al Qaeda and the Ansar Dine Islamist groups that briefly seized control of the ancient sites.     As part of a plea agreement the prosecution and the defence requested a sentence of between 9 and 11 years in prison. Prosecutors say he led a group of religious police using pick-axes and crowbars to destroy nine mausoleums and the door of a mosque, and at times took part himself.     Most of the sites dated from Mali's 14th-century golden age as a trading hub and centre of Sufi Islam, a branch of the religion seen as idolatrous by some hardline Muslim groups.



Trial opens in Pakistan over murder of British woman

FILE - In this Friday, Sept. 23, 2016 file photo, a Pakistani police officer escorts father Mohammad Shahid, right, and ex-husband Mohammad Shakeel of slain British-Pakistani woman Samia Shahid to a court in Jhelum, Pakistan. A defense lawyer says Tuesday, Sept. 27, 2016 that Pakistani court has opened the trial against the father and ex-husband of a British woman over her alleged rape and murder in the name of so-called honor. (AP Photo/Anjum Naveed, File)ISLAMABAD (AP) ? A Pakistani court on Tuesday opened the trial against the father and ex-husband of a British woman over her alleged rape and murder in the name of so-called honor.



New SAT exam taken by nearly 1.4 M students, no scores yetWASHINGTON (AP) ? No score results yet, but students didn't seem to be scared off by the new version of the SAT college entrance exam.
Marilyn Monroe's dresses, notes, checkbook seen before sale

Martin Nolan, Executive Director of Julien's Auctions, holds a photograph of actress Marilyn Monroe at age 2 during an exhibition of Monroe's personal effects in Beijing, Tuesday, Sept. 27, 2016. Clothing, handwritten notes, and dozens of other personal items that the iconic actress left to a friend and mentor were in Beijing on Tuesday for a private viewing by Chinese collectors before being auctioned in Los Angeles in November. (AP Photo/Mark Schiefelbein)BEIJING (AP) ? Marilyn Monroe's dress from "Some Like It Hot." Handwritten notes and letters expressing the Hollywood icon's inner thoughts and, at times, despair.



Parting shots: He hits her on stamina; she pounces in retort

Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump and Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton shake hands after the presidential debate at Hofstra University in Hempstead, N.Y., Monday, Sept. 26, 2016. (Rick T. Wilking/Pool via AP)WASHINGTON (AP) ? It was the opening Hillary Clinton had been waiting for all night.



AP FACT CHECK: Trump, Clinton deny their own words in debate

Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton shakes hands with Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump after the presidential debate at Hofstra University in Hempstead, N.Y., Monday, Sept. 26, 2016. (Joe Raedle/Pool via AP)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.