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Brazil ousts president in historic vote

Dilma Rousseff speaks at her own impeachment trial. (Eraldo Peres/AP) The year-long fight centered on accusations that Dilma Rousseff broke laws in her management of the federal budget.

Governor seeks 'spiritual guidance' after rant

FILE - In this Jan. 8, 2016, file photo, Gov. Paul LePage speaks at a news conference at the State House in Augusta, Maine. Lepage said Wednesday, Aug. 31, 2016, he intends to seek "spiritual guidance" in hopes of quieting a controversy he created when he left an obscene message on a Democratic lawmaker's voicemail and then said he wished he could challenge him to a duel and point a gun at him. LePage said he doesn't intend to talk to the media anymore, a claim he has made before. (AP Photo/Robert F. Bukaty, File) Maine's Paul LePage apologizes to a lawmaker to whom he left an obscene voicemail and made a quip about aiming a gun at him.

Did Trump, Mexican leader talk wall cost or not?

Who will pay for the border wall? Trump, Mexican president disagree on whether topic even came up The GOP presidential nominee was asked by the media who would pay for a barrier after meeting with Enrique Peña Nieto.

Trump doesn't discuss wall cost in Mexico

Donald Trump and Mexican president Enrique Peña Nieto meet in Mexico City. (AP) The GOP presidential nominee says he and Mexican president Enrique Peña Nieto agreed both nations have the right to build a barrier.

Mexico’s Vicente Fox rips Trump’s trip

Vicente Fox (Getty Images) The country’s former president didn’t hold back when asked about the GOP nominee’s visit.

Will Trump speech be overshadowed by trip?

Donald Trump’s surprise trip to Mexico threatens to overshadow immigration speech The candidate is meeting President Enrique Peña Nieto ahead of what’s billed as a pivotal immigration address.

North Korean official executed for dozing off

North Korean vice premier Kim Yong-Jim incurred the wrath of leader Kim Jong-Un (pictured) after he dozed off during a meeting, the mass-selling JoongAng Ilbo reported Kim Yong Jin faced a firing squad for reportedly falling asleep during a high-level meeting, a South Korean spokesman says.

Rubio wins Florida's GOP primary for Senate

Marco Rubio (Getty Images) Marco Rubio's primary victory sets up a nasty November showdown with Democrat Patrick Murphy.

McCain wins GOP primary for Senate in Ariz.

McCain defeats Republican challengers to win Arizona primary John McCain clears a big hurdle in a race that was inundated with questions about Donald Trump.

Obama commutes sentences of 111 inmates

President Obama (Getty Images) The federal prisoners who saw their prison terms cut short had been convicted of nonviolent drug offenses.

Jill Stein makes pitch to Clinton, Trump voters

Green Party presidential nominee Jill Stein speaks with reporters. (AP) The Green Party candidate, a medical doctor, says the failure of the political system is "the mother of all illnesses."

GOP senator rips Trump over wind energy

Sen. Chuck Grassley (Getty Images) Iowa Sen. Chuck Grassley says he won't let his party's nominee get rid of wind power in the U.S.

Why Fla. and Ariz. primaries are a big deal

Down Ticket #7: McCain. Wasserman Schultz. Rubio. (Yahoo News photo illustration; photos: AP) Races in the Sunshine State will have major implications for control of Congress and the political direction of the nation.

Maine governor may resign after racism flap

(AP Photo) Gov. Paul LePage lost his temper when he was told that state Rep. Drew Gattine had described his views as racist.

Trump looms over McCain, Rubio election bids

John McCain; Marco Rubio (Marko Djurica/Reuters; Jorge Cabrera/Reuters) Sens. John McCain and Marco Rubio are vying for Republican primary voters in Arizona and Florida.

Trump to Kaepernick: Find another country

Donald Trump’s surprise trip to Mexico threatens to overshadow immigration speech The GOP nominee joins the vocal reaction to Colin Kaepernick’s refusal to stand for the national anthem.

Clinton proposes mental health treatment plan

(AP) Under this system, mental health issues would be treated the same way that physical health problems are.

The Stanford case inspires a rape bill

(AP) The goal of the bill is to support victims and change the culture on campuses to prevent future crimes.

Trump waged ‘personal’ crusade against Weiner

Donald Trump, Anthony Weiner (Photos: Jonathan Bachman/Getty Images, Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images) For over five years, the GOP nominee attacked the disgraced ex-congressman via social media.

Fresh start for Sandy Hook, 4 years later

Classes began Monday at the new Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Conn. (AP) Students are attending school here for the first time since a shooting rampage killed 20 first graders and six educators in 2012.

Gary Johnson: I will qualify for a debate

Gary Johnson (AP) The Libertarian presidential candidate needs to reach at least 15 percent in an average of five national polls.

Ships save thousands of migrants off Libya coast

Thousands of migrants saved off Libyan coast. (AP) Migrants from Eritrea and Somalia cheered as rescue boats arrived, with some jumping into the water and swimming toward them.

Abedin announces her separation from Weiner

Huma Abedin announces separation from Anthony Weiner The Clinton aide announces the decision after allegations her husband had sexually explicit dealings with another woman online.

Pope Francis chats with Mark Zuckerberg

Pope Francis meets Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg. (L'Osservatore Romano/Pool Photo via AP) One topic of discussion was "how to use communication technologies to alleviate poverty," said a Vatican spokesman.

FBI says hackers breached election systems

Yahoo News/AP/Getty Foreign hackers penetrated two state election databases in recent weeks, according to an FBI "flash" alert.

Friends mourn slain Mississippi nuns

Sister Paula Merril (AP) Those who knew Sister Paula Merrill and Sister Margaret Held are struggling to reckon with their deaths.

2 brothers charged in shooting of Wade's cousin

Two men charged in shooting of Dwyane Wade’s cousin. (AP) Two brothers have been charged with first-degree murder of Nykea Aldridge, who was walking to register her kids for school.

Dallas police squelch critics after attack

Police officers arrive at a funeral service for slain Dallas Area Rapid Transit police officer Brent Thompson. (Justin Sullivan/Getty Images) Nearly two months after the sniper attack on officers, the department has moved to silence questions.

Did building code lapses boost Italy quake toll?

A rescuer and a sniffer dog atop rubble in Amatrice, in central Italy, in Amatrice, in central Italy, in Aug. 27. (Antonio Calanni/AP) As the death toll rises, investigators focus on construction code enforcement at recently renovated sites.

Costs of N.J. bridge scandal still adding up

New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie enters the Borough Hall in Fort Lee to apologize to Mayor Mark Sokolich. (Spencer Platt/Getty Images) Nearly three years after gridlock was allegedly created to punish a mayor for not endorsing Gov. Chris Christie, repercussions linger.

RNC chair: 'I don't speak for Trump'

Reince Priebus: "I don't speak for Trump." (AP) Reince Priebus said that if people want to know the specifics of Trump’s immigration policy, they'll have to ask the candidate himself.

Christie defends Trump's immigration policy

New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie addresses the Republican National Convention. (Brooks Kraft/Getty Images) Chris Christie called Donald Trump's stance on immigration "completely consistent" on Sunday.

How a fictional cop probes N. Korea mysteries

Pyongyang, North Korea, at dusk. (Dita Alangkara/AP) The novelist known as James Church uses Inspector O, a Pyongyang cop, to help describe the realities of life in North Korea.

Clinton invokes dad's memory to attack Trump

Clinton invokes father's memory to attack Trump. (AP) The Democratic nominee says her father would have been "stiffed" in a deal with the celebrity businessman.

10,000th Syrian refugee reaches U.S.

10,000th Syrian refugee reaches U.S. (AP) The U.S. ambassador to Jordan says staying safe and taking in the world's most vulnerable people are not mutually exclusive.

Kaep's national anthem protest fuels debate

Colin Kaepernick San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick knew that not standing for the national anthem would draw some opinions – and it has.

Report: Black men shot most by Chicago cops

Officers watch as demonstrators protest the fatal police shooting of Paul O'Neal in Chicago. (Joshua Lott/Getty Images) Data from the city's police department shows that four out of five people shot by officers were African-American men or boys.

Trump sparks outrage with reaction to shooting

Donald Trump addresses supporters in Akron, Ohio. (Angelo Merendino/Getty Images) NBA star Dwyane Wade's cousin was killed in crossfire in Chicago, but Donald Trump didn't offer condolences.

Tennessee attorney general says Bible bill unconstitutional

By Tim Ghianni NASHVILLE, Tenn. (Reuters) - Tennessee's attorney general said on Tuesday a bill under consideration in the legislature to make the Bible the official state book would be an unconstitutional endorsement that the sacred text does not need. The bill would violate both the U.S. Constitution and Tennessee's state constitution, Tennessee Attorney General Herbert Slatery III said. He ...

State attorney general to investigate a top Hawaii official

HONOLULU (AP) — The Hawaii attorney general's office said Tuesday it will investigate Hawaii County Mayor Billy Kenoi's use of his county-issued credit card, after he acknowledged using it to cover personal expenses that included nearly $900 at a bar.