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Mount McKinley renamed Denali

  • USA TODAY International Edition

President Obama’s three- day trip to Alaska this week will literally change the map of the nation’s 49th state. The 20,237- foot Mount McKinley — the tallest mountain in North America — has been renamed Denali, as it was known by Alaska Natives before...

Deadly Blast Rattles Kiev

  • The Wall Street Journal Europe

KIEV— One member of Ukraine’s National Guard was killed and at least 69 others were injured in a blast outside the country’s parliament Monday, as fighting broke out between protesters and lawenforcement officers following a controversial vote on the...

Atlanta’s skid reaches 6 games

  • Rome News-Tribune

ATLANTA — Martin Prado and Justin Bour each had an RBI double in the eighth inning and the Miami Marlins extended Shelby Miller’s winless streak to 19 starts with a 4-0 victory over the Atlanta Braves on Monday night. Miller, an All-Star with a...


  • USA TODAY US Edition

In a year that has required comeback win after comeback win for Serena Williams in her drive for the Grand Slam, the world No. 1 had it easy Monday night in her opening match of the U.S. Open — really easy. Facing a clearly injured opponent, Williams...

Waiting game

  • Albuquerque Journal

NEW YORK — NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell and New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady attended last-minute settlement talks between the NFL and its players union Monday before a judge announced he would decide the dispute over deflated footballs...

As tragedies shock Europe, a bigger crisis looms

  • The Washington Post Sunday

KECSKEMET, HUNGARY — The smugglers responsible for driving 71 migrants to their deaths in the back of a cramped, unventilated truck in Austria were part of a vast international syndicate that has been a subject of multiple criminal investigations, a...

The ups and downs

  • The Washington Post

April 26, 2012: The Redskins select Robert Griffin III, above, with the second overall pick of the NFL draft. Sept. 9, 2012: Griffin leads the Redskins to a 40-32 win against the Saints in his NFL debut. Jan. 6, 2013: Griffin tears his anterior...

Suspect had mental issues in 2012

  • Houston Chronicle

Shannon Jaruay Miles, who is accused of gunning down a sheriff ’s deputy on Friday, spent four months in a mental hospital in 2012 after being declared incompetent to stand trial in an aggravated assault case, court records show. The revelation...

Police want Obama to cool rhetoric blamed for violence

  • The Washington Times Daily

Law enforcement officials are frustrated by the Obama administration’s failure to address the “anticop” rhetoric coming from the Black Lives Matter movement, and some fear it’s promoting a climate of violence against police officers that may have...

Justices see first marriage skirmish

  • The Washington Post

KY. CLERK REFUSES TO ISSUE LICENSES The Supreme Court on Monday turned down a Kentucky county clerk’s request to be excused from issuing marriage licenses to same-sex couples, the court’s first involvement in a series of legal battles that have erupted...

Red Sox hold on to beat Yankees

  • New Haven Register (New Haven, CT)

THE SCORE RED SOX 4, YANKEES 3 David Ortiz hit his 495th home run and Jackie Bradley Jr. had three hits and threw out a runner at the plate to lift the Boston Red Sox to a 4-3 victory over the New York Yankees on Monday night. Mookie Betts hit a...

Wes Craven,

  • The Washington Post

the horror auteur whose films included “A Nightmare on Elm Street” and “Scream,” died at 76, but his work may continue to frighten us in everyday situations.

UGA picks starting quarterback

  • Rome News-Tribune

The Associated Press — With less than a week to go before the season opener, No. 9 Georgia finally has a starting quarterback. Coach Mark Richt announced Monday that Greyson Lambert, a transfer who started nine games for Virginia last season, had won...

On economy, Trump jolts Republican orthodoxy

  • The Washington Post

After the Republican defeat in the 2012 presidential election, party leaders vowed to craft a message they thought would be more in tune with the middle class — promising to deliver faster economic growth and to help all workers, not just the very...

Oil Soars Into Bull Territory

  • The Wall Street Journal Europe

Oil prices charged ahead, marking their strongest threeday rally since Iraq’s 1990 invasion of Kuwait, on doubts that the global glut of crude would last as long as many investors had believed. A combination of rising production and tepid demand has...

China Invokes Law In Battle Over Stocks

  • The Wall Street Journal Europe

SHANGHAI—Chinese authorities are cracking down on what they are labeling securities violations in the wake of the country’s failed stockmarket rescue effort, announcing legal actions against high- profile targets in the government, brokerages and...

Obama urges action on climate

  • Los Angeles Times

ANCHORAGE — President Obama started out persuasive Monday, patiently ticking off evidence of climate change during the first major speech of his three-day Alaska tour, but he ended up blunt, calling out “deniers” who would stand in the way of...

Erika exposes tricky nature of forecasting

  • Sun Sentinel Palm Beach Edition

Did the National Hurricane Center flub Tropical Storm Erika’s forecast? James Franklin, the center’s top hurricane specialist, said Monday the forecast errors were considerably larger than normal, particularly when the system was four and five days...

Netflix will not renew

  • The Washington Post

a contract with movie distributor Epix and will invest more in its own content.

Walk on the wild side: Obama tapped for NBC show

  • USA TODAY US Edition

President Obama is about to get a little wild. Obama will appear on a special episode of the NBC outdoor adventure show Running Wild With Bear Grylls, the network announced Monday. The president and the host will trek through the Alaskan...

Germany’s embrace of refugees spurs backlash

  • Los Angeles Times

NAUEN, Germany — It seemed a modest proposal, turning part of a sports center in this town of 20,000 people into a temporary shelter for about 130 migrants and refugees. Someone, however, apparently decided it would be better for none of Nauen’s...

Yearning to hear pope’s ‘kind voice’ in immigration debate

  • The Washington Post

Karla Perez loves Pope Francis. Like her, he’s a native Spanish speaker. He is also the first Latin American to lead the Catholic Church, and he talks easily about soccer and prefers public buses to luxury cars. Most of all, though, Perez loves this...


  • The Washington Post

Former Virginia governor Robert F. McDonnell will remain out of prison while the Supreme Court considers taking his case.

U.S. Fed’s Plan to Raise Rates Remains on Track

  • The Wall Street Journal Asia

JACKSON HOLE, Wyo.— Federal Reserve officials emerged from a week of headspinning financial turbulence largely sticking to their plan to raise U.S. interest rates before the year’s end. During the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City’s annual economic...

Barty time!

  • New York Post

This old dog still can hunt. Bartolo Colon might be a man without a role if the Mets reach the playoffs, but he could give team brass something to consider if he continues his recent momentum deep into September. The veteran righthander extended his...

Welcome to the ‘West’ wing!

  • New York Daily News

All hail the Commander-in-Beef. Should Kanye West make good on his pot-fueled threat to run for President of the United States, the nation could count on a nonstop run of beefs with everyone from his fellow pop stars to every head of state on the...

Young and drunk

  • The Washington Post

A 26-year-old, now sober, reflects on binges and blackouts.


  • Texarkana Gazette

BRENHAM, Texas— Blue Bell ice cream is back. Blue Bell Creameries resumed selling its products at some locations Monday, four months after the Texas-based retailer halted sales due to listeria contamination at some plants prompted health concerns that...

Police in Bangkok

  • The Washington Post

issued arrest warrants for a Thai woman and a man of unknown nationality in connection with a bombing.

Doorman’s tune raises spirits, hope

  • Chicago Tribune

At a place where life begins and ends, Brian Wilson guards the gate. The Prentice Women’s Hospital doorman sees it all. He greets regular oncology patients by name as they come in for treatments, and shares in the joy of families leaving with...

Baseball must act on fan safety

  • USA TODAY International Edition

We’ve seen enough. We’ve heard enough. Oh, and how we’ve mourned enough. Major League Baseball Commissioner Rob Manfred might hear resistance from team owners and objections from valued season ticketholders, but he no longer has a choice. It’s time...

Berkshire buys stake in refinery

  • Northwest Arkansas Democrat-Gazette

Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway Inc. sees a green light at the intersection of low oil prices and record driving. In its most significant energy investment in two years, Berkshire has amassed a $4.5 billion stake in Phillips 66, making it the...

U.S. judge sides with anti-abortion group

  • Austin American-Statesman

WASHINGTON — A federal judge on Monday sided with an anti-abortion group in its challenge of a key birth control provision of the Obama administration’s health care overhaul. The decision by U.S. District Judge Richard Leon adds to the legal debate...

The Road to the Apple Car

  • The Wall Street Journal Europe

On its face, a car seems like a disastrous thing for Apple Inc. to build. Cars are a brutally commodified, terrifically expensive, generally low-margin industry. Entering the car business is like getting into a land war. But the mounting evidence...

OKLAHOMA plant cleared to reopen.

  • The Dallas Morning News

Blue Bell Creameries’ production plant in Broken Arrow, Okla., will probably resume operation soon, the company said Monday, as eager consumers lined up in anticipation of the ice cream’s return to the Texas market. Health officials in Oklahoma have...


  • USA TODAY International Edition

SONOMA, CALIF. Scott Dixon already was being engulfed by teammates, well- wishers and family members in victory circle as Dario Franchitti, smiling to the point of laughter, was looking for a way to reach him through the thicket of bodies. His friend...

11 killed in blaze at Saudi complex

  • USA TODAY International Edition

A fire at an international residential complex Sunday in the Saudi Arabian city of Khobar killed 11, injured more than 200 and sent scores more fleeing to rooftops for helicopter rescue. Arab News, citing Saudi civil defense officials, said the...

Protests in Iraq bring fast promises, slower changes

  • Santa Fe New Mexican

BAGHDAD — Surrounded by the clamor of protest — a sea of Iraqi flags, vendors selling coffee and melon drinks, protesters singing the national anthem and railing against politicians — two friends paused and described their dreams. “I want to find a...

The ECB has a tricky situation on its hands

  • The Wall Street Journal Europe

A central bank’s work is never done, it seems. Last week’s market swings have led to building expectations that the European Central Bank will boost its €1 trillion stimulus program. But this week’s monetary- policy meeting looks unlikely to deliver...