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Obama says 9/11 legislation sets 'dangerous precedent': CNNFORT LEE, Va. (Reuters) - President Barack Obama on Wednesday called the Senate's vote to override his veto of legislation allowing relatives of the victims of the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks to sue Saudi Arabia's government a mistake. "If we eliminate this notion of sovereign immunity, then our men and women in uniform around the world could potentially start seeing ourselves subject to reciprocal loss," Obama said during a town hall meeting-style interview on CNN, referring to potential lawsuits. "It's a dangerous precedent," he said. ...
Congress rejects Obama veto, Saudi September 11 bill becomes law

Senators Schumer, Blumenthal and Cornyn speak, on Capitol Hill in WashingtonCongress on Wednesday overwhelmingly rejected President Barack Obama's veto of legislation allowing relatives of the victims of the Sept. 11 attacks to sue Saudi Arabia, the first veto override of his presidency, just four months before it ends. The House of Representatives voted 348-77 against the veto, hours after the Senate rejected it 97-1, meaning the "Justice Against Sponsors of Terrorism Act" will become law. The vote was a blow to Obama as well as to Saudi Arabia, one of the United States' longest-standing allies in the Arab world, and some lawmakers who supported the override already plan to revisit the issue.



Utah man may have contracted Zika from dying father's tearsSALT LAKE CITY (AP) ? A Utah man who mysteriously contracted Zika from his infected father may have got it by touching his dad's tears or sweat with his bare hands, according to new research unveiled Wednesday that found the unusual transmission method was likely caused by his dying father having 100,000 times the normal level of the virus.
Southgate vows England 'stability' as Allardyce admits 'judgement' error

Former England football manager Sam Allardyce speaks to the press outside his home in Bolton on September 28, 2016Gareth Southgate promised to bring some "stability" to the England set-up on Wednesday after Sam Allardyce admitted an "error of judgement" was behind his shock exit as the national side's manager. Allardyce's one-game career as England manager came to a humiliating end after just 67 days on Tuesday following controversial comments made to undercover reporters. Southgate has been promoted to caretaker boss of the senior England side from his post as Under-21 manager.



US Congress rejects Obama's veto of Saudi 9/11 bill

The House voted 348-77 to reject the veto of a bill allowing 9/11 victims to sue Saudi Arabia shortly after a 97-1 Senate vote to override itThe US Congress voted overwhelmingly Wednesday to override Barack Obama's veto of a bill allowing 9/11 victims to sue Saudi Arabia, the first such rebuke during his eight-year presidency. The Senate overrode the veto in a 97-1 vote, followed a short time later by the House of Representatives, which knocked it down with a 348-77 vote. The rare act of bipartisanship was a blow to Obama, who lobbied hard against the bill, known as the Justice Against Sponsors of Terrorism Act (JASTA).



Man rescued at sea was suspected in grandfather's slaying

Nathan Carman arrives in a small boat at the US Coast Guard station in Boston, Tuesday, Sept. 27, 2016. Carman spent a week at sea in a life raft before being rescued by a passing freighter. (AP Photo/Michael Dwyer)BOSTON (AP) ? A 22-year-old man rescued from a life raft after a fishing trip that left his mother missing and presumed dead had been a suspect in the still-unsolved 2013 slaying of his rich grandfather, adding to the multitude of questions swirling around him and what happened at sea.



Congress adopts bill of rights for sexual assault survivors

FILE - In this July 25, 2016, file photo, Sen. Jean Shaheen, D- N.H., speaks during the first day of the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia. A proposed federal bill of rights for survivors of sexual assault won final legislative approval Sept. 28, sending it to the president?s desk. The Senate unanimously approved the measure, which would ensure that survivors in federal criminal cases have the right to a sexual assault evidence collection kit, to be told of the results and to be notified in writing before the kit is destroyed. (AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite, File)WASHINGTON (AP) ? A proposed federal bill of rights for survivors of sexual assault won final legislative approval Wednesday, sending it to the president's desk.



'All My Children' creator Agnes Nixon dies at 93

'All My Children' creator Agnes Nixon dies at 93Agnes Nixon, the creative force behind the enduring TV soap operas "One Life to Live" and "All My Children," died Wednesday. She was 93. Nixon died at a Haverford, Pennsylvania, physical ...



Three injured in US school shooting after teen suspect kills father

The injured are two children and a teacher at Townville elementaryA teenage gunman who injured three people at a South Carolina elementary school before being arrested carried out the attack after killing his father, local officials said Wednesday. The teen, whom the authorities did not identify, shot two boys -- one in the leg, the other in the foot -- as well as a teacher in the shoulder at Townville Elementary in the west of the US state, area officials told reporters. "The investigation is in initial stages... it's going to be a very slow, methodical and meticulous investigation," Captain Garland Major of the Anderson County Sheriff's Office said.



Wells Fargo's CEO pay clawback puts Wall Street executives on noticeWells Fargo & Co's unprecedented move to strip Chief Executive John Stumpf of $41 million in stock awards has sent a chill through Wall Street with bankers fearful that a hardening political climate against corporate wrongdoing will encourage boards to be more aggressive about making them forfeit pay. A sales practices scandal at Wells Fargo, where some of its employees opened as many as 2 million accounts without customers' knowledge to hit sales targets, could not have come at a worse time for the wider industry with politicians in Washington reviewing new rules on bank executive remuneration. "The Wells Fargo board made a mistake by not recouping some of the CEO's pay until after the firestorm developed," said Harvard Law School professor Jesse Fried.