Policy Prescriptions: Trump and Clinton on race and policingWASHINGTON (AP) ? Hillary Clinton has a detailed plan on how to stop police brutality, especially when it comes to the killing of unarmed African-Americans at the hands of law enforcement. Donald Trump hasn't said much about the issue, other than that he's the "law-and-order" candidate and police officers are "the most mistreated people in the country."
AP FACT CHECK: Voter roll problems do not equate to fraud
ATLANTA (AP) ? Donald Trump has warned for weeks of a "rigged" election, telling his supports to watch out for large-scale voter fraud ? despite a lack of evidence that it exists. In the past few days, Trump has specifically raised concerns about people fraudulently voting using the names of dead people and cited research showing 1.8 million deceased people are still listed on state voter rolls.
On Trump, Sen. McConnell has gone from quiet to mum
4 killed on river rapids ride at Australian theme park
Some 2,200 migrants rescued in Mediterranean, 16 bodies recovered
About 2,200 migrants were plucked to safety in the central Mediterranean in 21 rescue missions on Monday and 16 bodies were recovered, the Italian Coast Guard said. A statement said Coast Guard ships as well as fishing boats, merchant ships and vessels from humanitarian organisations took part in the separate operations under direction of the Coast Guard command in Rome. The central Mediterranean route between North Africa and Italy is a highly perilous one for migrants.
Kenyan president commutes all death sentences to life in prison
President Uhuru Kenyatta commuted all death sentences in Kenya to life jail terms on Monday, removing 2,747 convicts from death row in a nation that has not executed anyone for about three decades. In addition to commuting the sentences of 2,655 men and 92 women, Kenyatta also signed pardon warrants to release 102 long-term serving convicts, the presidential State House said. A mass commutation of prisoners on death row was last signed in 2009 by the then President Mwai Kibaki.
Asian stocks mixed after economic data
SEOUL, South Korea (AP) ? Asian stocks were mixed on Tuesday in moderate trading as upbeat reports on manufacturing in the U.S. and Europe were followed by weak growth data from South Korea, Asia's fourth-largest economy.
Death toll in Pakistan police academy attack rises to 59
QUETTA, Pakistan (AP) ? A Pakistani police official says the death toll from a brazen overnight militant attack on a police training center in the southwestern city of Quetta has risen to 59 people, mostly police cadets and trainees.
Twelve killed in attack in northeast Kenya: mediaNAIROBI (Reuters) - Twelve people were killed in an attack in Mandera in northeast Kenya on Tuesday by suspected Islamist militants from the Somalia's al Shabaab group, Kenyan media quoted police as saying, the latest strike in an area by the militants. Privately-owned television stations Citizen and NTV said 12 people were killed in the attack on a guest house. The privately-owned Daily Nation newspaper also gave the same death toll, quoting the head of police for Mandera East. (Reporting by George Obulutsa; Editing by Michael Perry)
Trump brand loses luster with affluent
Event planner Beth Bernstein decided she had had enough with Donald Trump after his 2005 hot-mic boasts about groping women came to light earlier this month. She removed photos of weddings she had thrown ...