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  • Guns Post Offices
    Tab Bonidy, pictured after exiting the 10th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals, within the CU Law School, in Boulder, Colo., Wednesday, Oct. 1, 2014. The U.S. Postal Service and Bonidy argued in court Wednesday over where on postal property people can legally carry guns. A three-judge panel of the 10th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals heard arguments in the case involving Bonidy, a licensed gun owner who, along with the National Association for Gun Rights, sued the Postal Service in 2010 over its ban on guns in post offices.
    Brennan Linsley | AP Photo
  • Guns Post Offices
    Tab Bonidy shows his concealed gun license after exiting the 10th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals, within the CU Law School, in Boulder, Colo., Wednesday, Oct. 1, 2014. The U.S. Postal Service and Bonidy argued in court Wednesday over where on postal property people can legally carry guns. A three-judge panel of the 10th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals heard arguments in the case involving Bonidy, a licensed gun owner who, along with the National Association for Gun Rights, sued the Postal Service in 2010 over its ban on guns in post offices.
    Brennan Linsley | AP Photo
  • Guns Post Offices
    Tab Bonidy stands by his truck and shows his handgun, for which he has a concealed carry license, in Boulder, Colo., Wednesday, Oct. 1, 2014. The U.S. Postal Service and Bonidy argued in court Wednesday, over where on postal property people can legally carry guns. A three-judge panel of the 10th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals heard arguments in the case involving Bonidy, a licensed gun owner who, along with the National Association for Gun Rights, sued the Postal Service in 2010 over its ban on guns in post offices.
    Brennan Linsley | AP Photo
  • Guns Post Offices
    Tab Bonidy speaks with members of the media after exiting the 10th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals, within the CU Law School, in Boulder, Colo., Wednesday, Oct. 1, 2014. The U.S. Postal Service and Bonidy argued in court Wednesday over where on postal property people can legally carry guns. A three-judge panel of the 10th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals heard arguments in the case involving Bonidy, a licensed gun owner who, along with the National Association for Gun Rights, sued the Postal Service in 2010 over its ban on guns in post offices.
    Brennan Linsley | AP Photo
  • Eagles 49ers Football
    San Francisco 49ers defensive back Perrish Cox (20) celebrates after intercepting Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Nick Foles during the fourth quarter of an NFL football game in Santa Clara, Calif., Sunday, Sept. 28, 2014. The 49ers won 26-21.
    Ben Margot | AP Photo
  • Patriots Chiefs Football
    Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Alex Smith throws during the first quarter of an NFL football game against the New England Patriots, Monday, Sept. 29, 2014, in Kansas City, Mo.
    Nati Harnik | AP Photo
  • Stockton Bankruptcy Trial
    FILE - In this Feb. 29, 2012 file photo, a banner proclaiming Stockton as an All-America city hangs from city hall in Stockton, Calif. A federal judge could rule Wednesday Oct. 1, 2014, on a bankruptcy exit plan for Stockton, an inland port city in California that in 2012 became the largest city in the U.S. to file for Chapter 9 protection before Detroit filed last year. U.S. Bankruptcy Judge Christopher Klein has scheduled a hearing in Sacramento in a trial that has lasted more than four months.
    Ben Margot, File | AP Photo
  • Stockton Bankruptcy Trial
    FILE - In this June 27, 2012 file photo, pedestrians cross a street near the Bank of Stockton in Stockton, Calif. A federal judge could rule Wednesday, Oct. 1, 2014, on a bankruptcy exit plan for Stockton, an inland port city in California that in 2012 became the largest city in the U.S. to file for Chapter 9 protection before Detroit filed last year. U.S. Bankruptcy Judge Christopher Klein has scheduled a hearing in Sacramento in a trial that has lasted more than four months.
    Gosia Wozniacka, File | AP Photo
  • Flyers Rangers Hockey
    Philadelphia Flyers goalie Steve Mason (35) deflects a shot during the second period of an NHL preseason hockey game against the New York Rangers, Monday, Sept. 29, 2014, in New York.
    Jason DeCrow | AP Photo
  • North Carolina East Carolina Football
    FILE - In this Sept. 20, 2014, file photo, East Carolina running back Breon Allen (25) beats North Carolina's Malik Simmons while scoring a 44-yard touchdown during the first half of their NCAA college football game at Dowdy-Ficklen Stadium in Greenville, N.C. Allen turned in a huge rushing day in the win that pushed East Carolina into the national rankings. Allen's emergence could help replace the rushing production lost from last season for the No. 22 Pirates, who make their American Athletic Conference debut Saturda, Oct. 4, 2014, against SMU.
    The News & Observer, Ethan Hyman, File | AP Photo
  • NYC Candidate Arrest
    FILE - In this Aug. 6, 2013 file photo, Kristin Davis leaves Manhattan federal court in New York. Davis, a former madam who ran against former Gov. Eliot Spitzer in the race for New York City comptroller, peddled hundreds of powerful painkillers and other prescription pills in exchange for Ecstasy and cash from a drug dealer wearing a wire, according to federal authorities. Davis was sentenced to two years in prison, Wednesday, Oct. 1, 2014.
    Louis Lanzano, File | AP Photo
  • US Senate Tillis Paul
    Sen. Rand Paul, R-Ky., makes comments during a meet and greet along with North Carolina Republican Senatorial candidate Thom Tillis at Big Ed’s City Market in Raleigh, N.C., Wednesday, Oct. 1, 2014. Paul is helping North Carolina Republican Senate candidate Thom Tillis even after supporting Tillis' chief rival in the GOP primary.
    Gerry Broome | AP Photo
  • US Senate Tillis Paul
    Sen. Rand Paul, R-Ky., center, speaks with supporters during a meet and greet with North Carolina Senatorial candidate Thom Tillis, not shown, at Big Ed’s City Market in Raleigh, N.C., Wednesday, Oct. 1, 2014. Paul is helping North Carolina Republican Senate candidate Thom Tillis even after supporting Tillis' chief rival in the GOP primary.
    Gerry Broome | AP Photo
  • US Senate Tillis Paul
    Sen. Rand Paul, R-Ky., right, speaks as North Carolina Republican Senate candidate Thom Tillis listens during a meet and greet at Big Ed’s City Market in Raleigh, N.C., Wednesday, Oct. 1, 2014. Paul is helping North Carolina Republican Senate candidate Thom Tillis even after supporting Tillis' chief rival in the GOP primary.
    Gerry Broome | AP Photo
  • APTOPIX Patriots Chiefs Football
    Kansas City Chiefs defensive end Allen Bailey celebrates after teammate Sean Smith intercepted a pass and ran it back 34-yards during the third quarter of an NFL football game against the New England Patriots, Monday, Sept. 29, 2014, in Kansas City, Mo.
    Ed Zurga | AP Photo
  • Norway OLY Oslo 2022 Bid
    FILE - In this Monday May 19, 2014 fie photo, International Olympic Committee President Thomas Bach. left, smiles as he sits with Norwegian IOC-member Gerhard Heiberg during a meeting Norway's Minister of Culture, Thorhild Widvey in Oslo. Oslo said it is dropped its bid for the 2022 Winter Olympics after the Norwegian government declined Wednesday, Oct. 1, 2014 to provide financial backing, a move which leaves just two cities in a race that has been decimated by withdrawals. (AP Photo: Hakon Mosvold Larsen / NTB scanpix, File) NORWAY OUT
    Hakon Mosvold Larsen | AP
  • Losing Dad
    ADVANCE FOR USE MONDAY, OCT. 6, 2014 AND THEREAFTER - In this Sunday, Aug. 17, 2014 photo, Genevieve Liu attends a gathering for Hands Together, Heart to Art, an arts camp for children who've experienced the death of a parent, in Chicago. After Genevieve's father drowned in 2012, she started a website called SLAP'D - Surviving Life After a Parent Dies - in part to help connect young people like her and those who attend this camp.
    Martha Irvine | AP Photo
  • Losing Dad
    ADVANCE FOR USE MONDAY, OCT. 6, 2014 AND THEREAFTER - In this Wednesday, Sept. 3, 2014 photo, siblings Amelie Liu, 9, and Asher Liu, 12, play basketball outside their home in Chicago. After their father's death in 2012, their older sister, Genevieve Liu, created a website called SLAP'D - Surviving Life After a Parent Dies. Among other things, Genevieve has written posts on the site examining why it has been so difficult for her and her siblings to get along after their dad's death.
    Martha Irvine | AP Photo
  • Losing Dad
    ADVANCE FOR USE MONDAY, OCT. 6, 2014 AND THEREAFTER - In this Sunday, Aug. 17, 2014 photo, Genevieve Liu attends a gathering for Hands Together, Heart to Art, an arts camp for children who've experienced the death of a parent, in Chicago. After Genevieve's father drowned in 2012, she started a website called SLAP'D - Surviving Life After a Parent Dies - in part to help connect young people like her and those who attend this camp.
    Martha Irvine | AP Photo
  • Losing Dad
    ADVANCE FOR USE MONDAY, OCT. 6, 2014 AND THEREAFTER - In this Monday, Sept. 29, 2014 photo, Genevieve Liu holds a photo of her father, Don Liu, in her room in Chicago. The photo of him was taken about a month before he drowned in Lake Michigan in 2012 trying to help two children get to safety. Genevieve, now 15, says she keeps the photo nearby because she knows it captures a moment when her father was looking at her at her bat mitzvah. On the wall are other photos and some of her father's awards; he was surgeon-in-chief at the University of Chicago's Comer Children's Hospital.
    Martha Irvine | AP Photo
  • Losing Dad
    ADVANCE FOR USE MONDAY, OCT. 6, 2014 AND THEREAFTER - In this Thursday, Sept. 4, 2014 photo, a sea gull flies over a Lake Michigan beach in Chikaming Township, Mich. Dr. Don Liu drowned in the waters off this beach in August 2012 after he dove in to help two young boys who were struggling. The boys made it safely back to shore, but Liu was pulled under by a rip current.
    Martha Irvine | AP Photo
  • Losing Dad
    ADVANCE FOR USE MONDAY, OCT. 6, 2014 AND THEREAFTER - In this Sunday, Aug. 17, 2014 photo, Genevieve Liu, top, sits with her mother, Dr. Dana Suskind; 9-year-old sister, Amelie Liu and 12-year-old brother, Asher Liu, at a gathering for Hands Together, Heart to Art, an arts camp for children who've experienced the death of a parent, in Chicago. After Genevieve's father drowned in 2012, she started a website called SLAP'D - Surviving Life After a Parent Dies - in part to help connect young people like her and those who attend this camp.
    Martha Irvine | AP Photo
  • Losing Dad
    ADVANCE FOR USE MONDAY, OCT. 6, 2014 AND THEREAFTER - This Monday, Sept. 29, 2014 photo shows a framed photograph of Dr. Don Liu on the desk of his eldest daughter, Genevieve, in her bedroom in Chicago. The photo was taken about a month before he drowned in Lake Michigan in 2012. Genevieve, now 15, says she keeps the photo nearby because she knows it captures a moment when her father was looking at her.
    Martha Irvine | AP Photo
  • Losing Dad
    ADVANCE FOR USE MONDAY, OCT. 6, 2014 AND THEREAFTER - In this July 6, 2012 photo provided by Gulnara Samoilova, Dr. Don Liu watches his daughter, Genevieve, at her bat mitzvah in Shanghai. Genevieve created a website called SLAP'D - Surviving Life After a Parent Dies - after her dad drowned in Lake Michigan in August 2012, while attempting to save two children who made it to safety. Genevieve Liu keeps a copy of this photo on her desk in her bedroom because she says she knows her father was looking at her in that moment.
    Gulnara Samoilova | AP Photo
  • Losing Dad
    ADVANCE FOR USE MONDAY, OCT. 6, 2014 AND THEREAFTER - This July 4, 2012 photo provided by Gulnara Samoilova shows the Liu-Suskind family during a trip to the Great Wall of China. From left are Asher Liu, Dr. Don Liu, Genevieve Liu, Amelie Liu and Dr. Dana Suskind. After Dr. Liu drowned in 2012, Genevieve started a website called SLAP'D - Surviving Life After a Parent Dies.
    Gulnara Samoilova | AP Photo
  • Losing Dad
    ADVANCE FOR USE MONDAY, OCT. 6, 2014 AND THEREAFTER - In this Wednesday, Sept. 3, 2014 photo, Genevieve Liu, second from left, sits with her siblings, Amelie, 9, and Asher, 12, and their mother, Dr. Dana Suskind, outside their home in Chicago. After her father's death in 2012, Genevieve created a website called SLAP'D - Surviving Life After a Parent Dies. She says it's helped give her a voice in dealing with her grief. She hopes the site helps other teens whose parents have died.
    Martha Irvine | AP Photo
  • Losing Dad
    ADVANCE FOR USE MONDAY, OCT. 6, 2014 AND THEREAFTER - In this Sunday, Aug. 17, 2014 photo, Genevieve Liu, right, walks with a boy she befriended at a gathering for Hands Together, Heart to Art, an arts camp for children who've experienced the death of a parent, in Chicago. After Genevieve's father drowned in 2012, she started a website called SLAP'D - Surviving Life After a Parent Dies - in part to help connect young people like her and those who attend this camp, to help them through the grieving process.
    Martha Irvine | AP Photo
  • Losing Dad
    ADVANCE FOR USE MONDAY, OCT. 6, 2014 AND THEREAFTER - In this Sunday, Aug. 17, 2014 photo, Genevieve Liu, 15, speaks at a gathering for Hands Together, Heart to Art, an arts camp for children who've experienced the death of a parent, in Chicago. After Genevieve's father drowned in 2012, she started a website called SLAP'D - Surviving Life After a Parent Dies - in part to help connect young people like her and those who attend this camp.
    Martha Irvine | AP Photo
  • Losing Dad
    ADVANCE FOR USE MONDAY, OCT. 6, 2014 AND THEREAFTER - In this July 6, 2012 photo provided by Gulnara Samoilova, Dr. Don Liu kisses his daughter, Genevieve, at her bat mitzvah, accompanied by her mother, Dr. Dana Suskind, in Shanghai. Genevieve Liu created a website called SLAP'D - Surviving Life After a Parent Dies - after her dad drowned in Lake Michigan in Aug. 2012, while attempting to save two children who made it to safety.
    Gulnara Samoilova | AP Photo
  • Losing Dad
    ADVANCE FOR USE MONDAY, OCT. 6, 2014 AND THEREAFTER - In this July 6, 2012 photo provided by Gulnara Samoilova, Dr. Don Liu, left, dances with his youngest daughter, Amelie, at the bat mitzvah of her older sister, Genevieve, in Shanghai. Dr. Don Liu drowned in Lake Michigan in August 2012 after he dove in to help two young boys who were struggling. The boys made it safely back to shore, but Liu was pulled under by a rip current.
    Gulnara Samoilova | AP Photo
  • Losing Dad
    ADVANCE FOR USE MONDAY, OCT. 6, 2014 AND THEREAFTER - In this Monday, Aug. 18, 2014 photo, Genevieve Liu, 15, works on her computer in the living room of her family home in Chicago. Liu created a website called SLAP'D - Surviving Life After a Parent Dies - after her dad drowned in Lake Michigan in 2012, while attempting to save two children who made it to safety. She says the website gives her, and other teens like her, a voice and a way to grieve on their own terms.
    Martha Irvine | AP Photo
  • Ebola Dallas Hospital
    The main entrance to The Ivy Apartments welcomes residential traffic, Wednesday, Oct. 1, 2014, in Dallas. The man diagnosed with having the Ebola virus was staying at the complex with family.
    Tony Gutierrez | AP Photo
  • Ebola Children Monitored
    A Dallas Independent School District officer asks news crews to remain across the street from Sam Tasby Middle School, Wednesday, Oct. 1, 2014, in Dallas. Authorities say five students who had contact with a man diagnosed with Ebola in Dallas are being monitored but are showing no symptoms of the disease. According to DISD Superintendent Mike Miles, one or more of the students attended this school.
    Tony Gutierrez | AP Photo
  • Ebola Dallas Hospital
    Dr. Mark Lester, front center, speaks during a news conference at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Dallas, Wednesday, Oct. 1, 2014, in Dallas. Lester confirmed that a nurse asked an infected Ebola patience on his first visit to the hospital whether he had been in an area affected by the Ebola outbreak that has killed thousands in West Africa, but that "information was not fully communicated throughout the whole team."
    LM Otero | AP Photo
  • Ebola Dallas Hospital
    The entrance to The Ivy Apartments is lines with orange cones, Wednesday, Oct. 1, 2014, in Dallas. The man diagnosed with having the Ebola virus was staying at the complex with family.
    Tony Gutierrez | AP Photo
  • Ebola Children Monitored
    Dallas Independent School District superintendent Mike Miles, left, speaks with Director of Dallas County Health and Human Services, Zachary Thompson before a news conference at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Dallas, Wednesday, Oct. 1, 2014, in Dallas. Authorities say five students who had contact with a man diagnosed with Ebola in Dallas are being monitored but are showing no symptoms of the disease.
    LM Otero | AP Photo
  • Ebola-Perry
    Texas Gov. Rick Perry speaks at a news conference at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Dallas, Wednesday, Oct. 1, 2014, in Dallas. Perry and other health officials assured that the recent Ebola case in Dallas is being contained.
    LM Otero | AP Photo
  • Ebola Dallas Hospital
    Elizabeth Rayo, a resident at The Ivy Apartments talks with reporters through the fence that surrounds the community, Wednesday, Oct. 1, 2014, in Dallas. The man diagnosed with having the Ebola virus was staying at the complex with family.
    Tony Gutierrez | AP Photo
  • Ebola Children Monitored
    A Dallas Independent School District police vehicle sits out front of Sam Tasby Middle School, Wednesday, Oct. 1, 2014, in Dallas. Authorities say five students who had contact with a man diagnosed with Ebola in Dallas are being monitored but are showing no symptoms of the disease. According to DISD Superintendent Mike Miles, one or more of the students attended this school.
    Tony Gutierrez | AP Photo
  • Ebola Dallas Hospital
    Dr. Edward Goodman, epidemiologist at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Dallas, speaks about the nature and treatment of the Ebola virus during a news conference at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Dallas, Wednesday, Oct. 1, 2014, in Dallas. Health officials assured that the recent Ebola case in Dallas is being contained.
    LM Otero | AP Photo
  • Georgia Senate-Romney
    Former GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney, center, laughs with Attorney General Sam Olens, joining Olens and his wife Lisa, left, for lunch at The Varsity while stumping in Georgia for Olens on Wednesday, Oct. 1, 2014, in Atlanta. (AP Photo/Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Curtis Compton) MARIETTA DAILY OUT; GWINNETT DAILY POST OUT; LOCAL TELEVISION OUT; WXIA-TV OUT; WGCL-TV OUT
    Curtis Compton | AP
  • Georgia Senate-Romney
    Former GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney signs a book as he greets the lunch crowd at the Varsity, Wednesday, Oct. 1, 2014, in Atlanta. Romney attended a private fundraiser for Republican candidate for U.S. Senate David Perdue earlier.
    John Bazemore | AP Photo
  • Georgia Senate-Romney
    Former GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney greets the lunch crowd at the Varsity, Wednesday, Oct. 1, 2014, in Atlanta. Romney is raising money and support for two key Republicans on the ballot in Georgia this year.
    John Bazemore | AP Photo
  • Georgia Senate-Romney
    Former GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney shakes hands with employees at the order counter while stumping in Georgia for Attorney General Sam Olens, left, joining Olens for lunch at The Varsity on Wednesday, Oct. 1, 2014, in Atlanta. (AP Photo/Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Curtis Compton) MARIETTA DAILY OUT; GWINNETT DAILY POST OUT; LOCAL TELEVISION OUT; WXIA-TV OUT; WGCL-TV OUT
    Curtis Compton | AP
  • Georgia Senate-Romney
    Former GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney, right, and Attorney General Sam Olens arrive at the Varsity, Wednesday, Oct. 1, 2014, in Atlanta. Romney endorsed Olens' reelection and attended a private fund raiser for Republican candidate for Senate David Perdue earlier.
    John Bazemore | AP Photo
  • Illinois Nebraska Football
    Nebraska defensive end Randy Gregory (4) is stopped by Illinois' Simon Cvijanovic, second from left, and Chris O'Connor, right, as Illinois quarterback Reilly O'Toole (4) throws the ball in the second half of an NCAA college football game in Lincoln, Neb., Saturday, Sept. 27, 2014. Nebraska won 45-14.
    Nati Harnik | AP Photo
  • Governor Wisconsin
    In this Sept. 23, 2014 photo Republican Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker campaigns for re-election at a manufacturing company in Racine, Wis. The airwaves and campaign appearances in the closely contested governor's race here are bristling with arguments designed to sway opinions before Election Day. But for nearly everyone in Wisconsin, the only issue is Scott Walker. And almost every voter already knows whether they love him or hate him.
    Darren Hauck | AP Photo
  • Governor Wisconsin
    In this Sept. 23, 2014 photo Republican Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker campaigns for re-election at a manufacturing company in Racine, Wis. The airwaves and campaign appearances in the closely contested governor's race here are bristling with arguments designed to sway opinions before Election Day. But for nearly everyone in Wisconsin, the only issue is Scott Walker. And almost every voter already knows whether they love him or hate him.
    Darren Hauck | AP Photo
  • Drinking Fountain Saga
    Marvin Sannes takes a sip from the public drinking fountain he worked for more than two years to install near the Old West Salem City Hall in West Salem, Ore., on Monday, Sept. 29, 2014. In spring 2012, Sannes became interested in a 1940s-era drinking fountain, which hadn't worked in decades. The fountain was in front of Annette's Westgate Cafe. Sannes thought it would be "fun" to get the old fountain working again.
    Statesman-Journal, Anna Reed | AP Photo
  • Drinking Fountain Saga
    Marvin Sannes spearheaded a project that began more than two years ago to install a public drinking fountain near the Old West Salem City Hall in West Salem, Ore., on Monday, Sept. 29, 2014. In spring 2012, Sannes became interested in a 1940s-era drinking fountain, which hadn't worked in decades. The fountain was in front of Annette's Westgate Cafe. Sannes thought it would be "fun" to get the old fountain working again.
    Statesman-Journal, Anna Reed | AP Photo
  • Jaguars Sanders Football
    FILE - In this Dec. 5, 2013, file photo, Jacksonville Jaguars wide receiver Ace Sanders (18) returns a punt for yardage as he is chased by Houston Texans tight end Jake Byrne (89) and Ryan Griffin (84) during the first half of an NFL football game in Jacksonville, Fla. Sanders returns Sunday, Oct. 5, 2014, after missing the first four games of the season for violating the league's substance-abuse policy.
    Phelan M. Ebenhack, File | AP Photo
  • ODD Missing Meat
    In this Tuesday, Sept. 30, 2014 photo provided by the New York State Police in Salt Point, N.Y., Gregory Rodriguez, of Ossining, N.Y. is shown. Rodriguez, an employee at the A&P supermarket in Croton-On-Hudson, N.Y., was arrested Tuesday for allegedly stealing $1,200 worth of meat from his employer by hiding it in his pants. A state police spokeswoman did not know if the theft involved more than one trip.
    New York State Police | AP Photo
  • Hagel Veterans Health Care
    Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel briefs reporters at the Pentagon, Wednesday, Oct. 1, 2014, on the military health care system.
    Cliff Owen | AP Photo
  • Hagel Veterans Health Care
    Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel, accompanied by Deputy Defense Secretary Bob Work, briefs reporters at the Pentagon, Wednesday, Oct. 1, 2014, on the military health care system.
    Cliff Owen | AP Photo
  • People-Gloria Steinem
    FILE - In this April 4, 2014 file photo, Gloria Steinem attends the The 5th Annual DVF Awards at the United Nations Headquarters in New York. International human rights organization Equality Now announced Wednesday, Oct. 1, 2014, it will honor Steinem for her six decades of work for women’s rights. Salma Hayek will also be recognized for her efforts to end violence against women and girls at the organization’s gala fundraiser Nov. 3 in Beverly Hills, Calif.
    Invision | Photo by Luiz C. Ribeiro
  • People-Gloria Steinem
    FILE - In this Saturday, Sept. 6, 2014 file photo, Producer Salma Hayek attends the "Kahlil Gibran's The Prophet" premiere during the Toronto International Film Festival, in Toronto. International human rights organization Equality Now announced Wednesday, Oct. 1, 2014, it will honor Steinem for her six decades of work for women’s rights. Salma Hayek will also be recognized for her efforts to end violence against women and girls at the organization’s gala fundraiser Nov. 3 in Beverly Hills, Calif.
    Invision | Photo by Evan Agostini
  • People-Gloria Steinem
    FILE - In this April 4, 2014 file photo, Gloria Steinem attends the The 5th Annual DVF Awards at the United Nations Headquarters in New York. International human rights organization Equality Now announced Wednesday, Oct. 1, it will honor Steinem for her six decades of work for women’s rights. Salma Hayek will also be recognized for her efforts to end violence against women and girls at the organization’s gala fundraiser Nov. 3 in Beverly Hills, Calif.
    Invision | Photo by Luiz C. Ribeiro
  • Paris Fashion Week Miu Miu
    Actress Liv Tyler poses after Miu Miu's Spring/Summer 2015 ready-to-wear fashion collection presented in Paris, France, Wednesday, Oct. 1, 2014.
    Zacharie Scheurer | AP Photo
  • France Paris Fashion Week
    Kim Kardashian poses at Carine Roitfeld & Stephen Gan celebration of the launch of CR Fashion Book N.5 in Paris, Tuesday, Sept. 30, 2014.
    Zacharie Scheurer | AP Photo
  • Paris Fashion Week Hermes
    A model wears a creation as part of Hermes' Spring/Summer 2015 ready-to-wear fashion collection for Hermes, presented in Paris, France, Wednesday, Oct. 1, 2014.
    Thibault Camus | AP Photo
  • Paris Fashion Week Vuitton
    French fashion designer Nicolas Ghesquiere acknowledges applause after the presentation of Louis Vuitton's Spring/Summer 2015 ready-to-wear fashion collection presented in Paris, France, Wednesday, Oct. 1, 2014.
    Jacques Brinon | AP Photo
  • Paris Fashion Week Hermes
    Models wear creations as part of Hermes' Spring/Summer 2015 ready-to-wear fashion collection for Hermes, presented in Paris, France, Wednesday, Oct. 1, 2014.
    Thibault Camus | AP Photo
  • Paris Fashion Week Hermes
    Fashion designer Christophe Lemaire acknowledges applause at the end of his Spring/Summer 2015 ready-to-wear fashion collection for Hermes, presented in Paris, France, Wednesday, Oct. 1, 2014.
    Thibault Camus | AP Photo
  • APTOPIX Paris Fashion Week Vuitton
    Models present creations for Louis Vuitton's Spring/Summer 2015 ready-to-wear fashion collection presented in Paris, France, Wednesday, Oct. 1, 2014.
    Jacques Brinon | AP Photo
  • Paris Fashion Week Miu Miu
    French actress Lea Seydoux poses as she leaves Miu Miu's Spring/Summer 2015 ready-to-wear fashion collection presented in Paris, France, Wednesday, Oct. 1, 2014.
    Zacharie Scheurer | AP Photo
  • France Paris Fashion Week
    Kim Kardashian poses at Carine Roitfeld & Stephen Gan celebration of the launch of CR Fashion Book N.5 in Paris, Tuesday, Sept. 30, 2014.
    Zacharie Scheurer | AP Photo
  • Athletics Royals Baseball
    Kansas City Royals' Christian Colon (24) and Erik Kratz celebrate after their 9-8 win in the AL wild-card playoff baseball game against the Oakland Athletics Wednesday, Oct. 1, 2014, in Kansas City, Mo.
    Charlie Riedel | AP Photo
  • Confederate Flag-Sheheen
    Democratic candidate for governor in South Carolina Vincent Sheheen, left, and Democratic lieutenant governor candidate Bakari Sellers, right, talk about their proposal to take the Confederate flag down from a pole in front of the Statehouse and replace it with an American flag on Wednesday, Oct. 1, 2014, in Columbia, S.C. A compromise in 2000 moved the Confederate flag from atop the Statehouse dome to its current location.
    Jeffrey Collins | AP Photo
  • Athletics Royals Baseball
    Kansas City Royals interpreter Kosuke Inaji, left, pitcher Yordano Ventura, center, and right fielder Norichika Aoki, right, celebrate in the clubhouse after the Royals' 9-8 win in 12 innings in the AL wild-card playoff baseball game against the Oakland Athletics, early Wednesday, Oct. 1, 2014, in Kansas City, Mo.
    Charlie Riedel | AP Photo
  • Liberia Ebola
    Health workers in protective gear load the body of a woman into a pickup truck suspecting she died from Ebola virus, near the area of Freeport in Monrovia, Liberia, Wednesday, Oct. 1, 2014. The first case of Ebola diagnosed in the U.S. has been confirmed in a man who recently traveled from Liberia to Dallas.
    Abbas Dulleh | AP Photo
  • Ebola Airlift
    Workers load cargo onto a jet at Charlotte Douglas International Airport Wednesday, Oct. 1, 2014, in Charlotte, N.C. The Christian relief agency Samaritan's Purse is airlifting tons of protective equipment and supplies to Ebola-stricken Liberia. (AP Photo/The Charlotte Observer, Todd Sumlin) MAGS OUT; TV OUT; NEWSPAPER INTERNET ONLY
    Todd Sumlin | AP
  • Ebola-Samaritan's Purse
    Dr. Lance Plyler, medical director for disaster response to Samaritan's Purse, speaks during a news conference at Charlotte Douglas International Airport in Charlotte, N.C. The Christian relief organization is flying about 100 tons of supplies to west African nations struggling to halt the spread of the deadly Ebola virus.
    Skip Foreman | AP Photo
  • Obama MLS Soccer Sporting KC
    President Barack Obama poses with members of the Sporting Kansas City soccer team during a ceremony in the East Room of the White House in Washington, Wednesday, Oct. 1, 2014, where he honored the 2013 Major League Soccer champions.
    Pablo Martinez Monsivais | AP Photo
  • Obama MLS Soccer Sporting KC
    President Barack Obama points to a framed team jersey that was given to him by the members of the Sporting Kansas City soccer team during a ceremony in the East Room of the White House in Washington, Wednesday, Oct. 1, 2014, where he honored the 2013 Major League Soccer champions.
    Pablo Martinez Monsivais | AP Photo
  • United Nations Israel Palestinians
    FILE - In this Friday, Sept. 26, 2014 file photo, President Mahmoud Abbas, of Palestine, addresses the 69th session of the United Nations General Assembly, at U.N. headquarters. The Palestinians are asking the U.N. Security Council to set a deadline of November 2016 for an Israeli withdrawal from all Palestinian territory occupied since 1967 including East Jerusalem in a new push to achieve independence. The circulation of the draft resolution to council members follows Abbas' announcement to the U.N. General Assembly last Friday that he would ask the council to set a deadline for a pullout and dictate the ground rules for any talks with Israel.
    Richard Drew, File | AP Photo
  • Brazil OLY Rio 2016
    Rio Mayor Eduardo Paes, left, Brazil's President Dilma Rousseff, center, President of Rio 2016, Carlos Nuzman visit the works of the Rio 2016 Olympic Park in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Tuesday, Sept.30, 2014. Chaired by Nawal El Moutawakel, the IOC Coordination Commission makes its seventh visit to Rio de Janeiro to monitor the preparation of the city for the 2016 Olympic and Paralympic Games.
    Silvia Izquierdo | AP Photo
  • Brazil OLY Rio 2016
    The Rio 2016 Olympic Park construction site stands in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Tuesday, Sept.30, 2014. Chaired by Nawal El Moutawakel, the IOC Coordination Commission makes its seventh visit to Rio de Janeiro to monitor the preparation of the city for the 2016 Olympic and Paralympic Games.
    Silvia Izquierdo | AP Photo
  • Brazil OLY Rio 2016
    Rio Mayor Eduardo Paes, 3rd left with blue shirt, Brazil's President Dilma Rousseff, center, Rio Governor Luiz Fernando Pezao, 2nd right, and President of Rio 2016, Carlos Nuzman, right whith jacket, visit the works of the Rio 2016 Olympic Park in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Tuesday, Sept. 30, 2014. Chaired by Nawal El Moutawakel, the IOC Coordination Commission makes its seventh visit to Rio de Janeiro to monitor the preparation of the city for the 2016 Olympic and Paralympic Games.
    Silvia Izquierdo | AP Photo
  • DeLay Conviction Overturned
    Former U.S. House Majority Leader Tom DeLay speaks with media Wednesday, Oct. 1, 2014, in Houston after the highest criminal court in Texas refused to reinstate two money-laundering convictions against him. The Texas Court of Criminal Appeals upheld a ruling from the 3rd Court of Appeals tossing the 2010 convictions.
    Pat Sullivan | AP Photo
  • DeLay Conviction Overturned
    Former U.S. House Majority Leader Tom DeLay speaks with media Wednesday, Oct. 1, 2014, in Houston after the highest criminal court in Texas refused to reinstate two money-laundering convictions against him. The Texas Court of Criminal Appeals upheld a ruling from the 3rd Court of Appeals tossing the 2010 convictions.
    Pat Sullivan | AP Photo
  • DeLay Conviction Overturned
    Former U.S. House Majority Leader Tom DeLay speaks with media Wednesday, Oct. 1, 2014, in Houston after the highest criminal court in Texas refused to reinstate two money-laundering convictions against him. The Texas Court of Criminal Appeals upheld a ruling from the 3rd Court of Appeals tossing the 2010 convictions.
    Pat Sullivan | AP Photo
  • DeLay Conviction Overturned
    Former U.S. House Majority Leader Tom DeLay speaks with media Wednesday, Oct. 1, 2014, in Houston after the highest criminal court in Texas refused to reinstate two money-laundering convictions against him. The Texas Court of Criminal Appeals upheld a ruling from the 3rd Court of Appeals tossing the 2010 convictions.
    Pat Sullivan | AP Photo
  • DeLay Conviction Overturned
    Former U.S. House Majority Leader Tom DeLay speaks with media Wednesday, Oct. 1, 2014, in Houston after the highest criminal court in Texas refused to reinstate two money-laundering convictions against him. The Texas Court of Criminal Appeals upheld a ruling from the 3rd Court of Appeals tossing the 2010 convictions.
    Pat Sullivan | AP Photo
  • Fatal Hit and Run
    File - This file image provided by the San Francisco Police Department shows Thomas Burnoski, who was arrested on suspicion of vehicular manslaughter and felony hit and run, in San Francisco. The victim, Christine Svanemyr, 35, was spending a day off sunbathing with her 11-month-old daughter, Isa, and the family's dog in a grassy area of the park when she was hit, allegedly by Burnoski who was driving a San Francisco parks maintenance vehicle
    San Francisco Police Department, File | AP Photo
  • Fatal Hit And Run
    FILE - This undated file image provided by Joy Mazzola shows Christine Svanemyr, a victim of a hit and run incident in San Francisco. The city's Board of Supervisors unanimously approved the legal settlement Tuesday, Sept. 30, to 35-year-old Christine Svanemyr's widower, Vegar, and their child. Svanemyr was relaxing with her 11-month-old baby and dog on Sept. 5, 2013, in the grass at Holly Park in the city's Bernal Heights neighborhood when she was run over by a city Recreation and Park Department truck.
    Courtesy of Joy Mazzola, File | AP Photo
  • Speedy Corvette
    This undated image provided by General Motors shows the 2015 Chevrolet Corvette Z06. General Motors says the new high-performance Corvette can hit 60 mph in 2.95 seconds, finish a quarter-mile in just under 11 seconds, and reach 127 mph in one-quarter mile, making it the fastest car GM has ever made.
    General Motors | AP Photo
  • Amazon Kansas
    This Wednesady, Oct. 1, 2014 photo shows the Amazon distribution center in Coffeyville, Kan. A Coffeyville Chamber of Commerce executive said Wednesday that the Seattle-based online retailer plans to close the facility in February, part of a move to have its distribution centers closer to the bulk of its customers.
    Independence Daily Reporter, Rob Morgan | AP Photo
  • Amazon Kansas
    In this Nov. 13, 2002 photo, an Amazon employee packages an order to be shipped from its Coffeyville, Kan., warehouse. A Coffeyville Chamber of Commerce executive on Wednesday, Oct. 1, 2014, that the Seattle-based online retailer plans to close the facility in February, part of a move to have its distribution centers closer to the bulk of its customers.
    The Wichita Eagle, Brian Corn | AP Photo
  • Amazon Kansas
    In this Nov. 13, 2002 photo, an Amazon employee sorts through orders ready to be shipped from its Coffeyville, Kan., warehouse. A Coffeyville Chamber of Commerce executive on Wednesday, Oct. 1, 2014, that the Seattle-based online retailer plans to close the facility in February, part of a move to have its distribution centers closer to the bulk of its customers.
    The Wichita Eagle, Brian Corn | AP Photo
  • Senate Louisiana Youth Vote
    U.S. Sen. Mary Landrieu speaks about her college affordability initiative on Tuesday, Sept. 30, in Baton Rouge, La. The Democratic incumbent is reaching out to young voters as she battles in a tight fight for re-election.
    Melinda Deslatte | AP Photo
  • Senate Louisiana Youth Vote
    U.S. Sen. Mary Landrieu speaks about her college affordability initiative on Tuesday, Sept. 30, in Baton Rouge, La. The Democratic incumbent is reaching out to young voters as she battles in a tight fight for re-election.
    Melinda Deslatte | AP Photo
  • Russia Soccer Champions League
    Zenit's Danny, left, and Monaco's Jeremy Toulalan struggle for the ball during the Champions League Group C soccer match between Zenit and Monaco at Petrovsky stadium in St.Petersburg, Russia, Wednesday Oct. 1, 2014.
    Dmitry Lovetsky | AP Photo
  • Russia Soccer Champions League
    Zenit's Jose Rondon, center, is blocked by Monaco's Andrea Raggi, left, and Fabinho, right, as they struggle for the ball during the Champions League Group C soccer match between Zenit and Monaco at Petrovsky stadium in St.Petersburg, Russia, Wednesday Oct. 1, 2014.
    Dmitry Lovetsky | AP Photo
  • Russia Soccer Champions League
    Monaco's Andrea Raggi, left, and Zenit's Jose Rondon struggle for the ball during the Champions League Group C soccer match between Zenit and Monaco at Petrovsky stadium in St.Petersburg, Russia, Wednesday Oct. 1, 2014.
    Dmitry Lovetsky | AP Photo
  • Iowa Field Hockey Firing
    FILE - In this file photo provided by the University of Iowa athletics department, Hawkeyes women’s field hockey coach Tracey Griesbaum works on a play with the team. The University of Iowa is refusing to reinstate Griesbaum or to investigate what her supporters call a pattern of unfair treatment of female coaches, according to correspondence obtained by The Associated Press. Griesbaum was fired after some ex-players alleged she verbally abused and bullied them.
    University of Iowa, File | AP Photo
  • Taliban Terror Charges
    In this Sept. 8, 2014 photo, Irfan Khan, a naturalized U.S. citizen from Pakistan, discusses his lawsuit against the U.S. government in his Plantation, Fla. office. Khan worked hard to realize the American dream after arriving in the U.S. in 1994. He drove a taxi and operated a limousine company before landing a computer-related job in 2011 that promised a good living. Then Khan was accused of conspiring to send money to the Taliban. He spent 319 days in solitary confinement before federal prosecutors abruptly dropped all charges in June 2012.
    J Pat Carter | AP Photo
  • Taliban Terror Charges
    In this Sept. 8, 2014 photo, Irfan Khan, a naturalized U.S. citizen from Pakistan, discusses his lawsuit against the U.S. government in his Plantation, Fla. office. Khan worked hard to realize the American dream after arriving in the U.S. in 1994. He drove a taxi and operated a limousine company before landing a computer-related job in 2011 that promised a good living. Then Khan was accused of conspiring to send money to the Taliban. He spent 319 days in solitary confinement before federal prosecutors abruptly dropped all charges in June 2012.
    J Pat Carter | AP Photo
  • Ebola Dallas Hospital
    Firefighters at Dallas Fire-Rescue station 37 walk in the entrance after pulling in an ambulance in Dallas, Wednesday, Oct. 1, 2014. Three EMT's from this location are under a 21 day quarantine after a patient they transported tested positive for Ebola.
    LM Otero | AP Photo
  • Ebola
    This photo taken on Tuesday, Sept. 30, 2014, shows the exterior of Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital in Dallas. An unidentified man, diagnosed with Ebola, has been in isolation at the hospital since Sunday.(AP Photo/The Dallas Morning News, G.J. McCarthy) MANDATORY CREDIT; MAGS OUT; TV OUT; INTERNET USE BY AP MEMBERS ONLY; NO SALES
    G.J. McCarthy | AP
  • Ebola
    Members of the media stage outside of Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital in Dallas, Wednesday, Oct. 1, 2014. An unidentified man, diagnosed with Ebola, has been in isolation at the hospital since Sunday.(AP Photo/The Dallas Morning News, G.J. McCarthy) MANDATORY CREDIT; MAGS OUT; TV OUT; INTERNET USE BY AP MEMBERS ONLY; NO SALES
    G.J. McCarthy | AP
  • Ebola
    People walks up the stairway leading to the Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital in Dallas, Wednesday, Oct. 1, 2014. An unidentified man, diagnosed with Ebola, has been in isolation at the hospital since Sunday.(AP Photo/The Dallas Morning News, G.J. McCarthy) MANDATORY CREDIT; MAGS OUT; TV OUT; INTERNET USE BY AP MEMBERS ONLY; NO SALES
    G.J. McCarthy | AP
  • Ebola
    The exterior of Dallas Fire-Rescue station 37 in Dallas is shown Wednesday, Oct. 1, 2014. Three EMT's from this location are under a 21 day quarantine after a patient they transported tested positive for Ebola. (AP Photo/The Dallas Morning News, Vernon Bryant) MANDATORY CREDIT; MAGS OUT; TV OUT; INTERNET USE BY AP MEMBERS ONLY; NO SALES
    Vernon Bryant | AP
  • Nebraska Amazing Ameer Football
    FILE - In this Saturday, Sept. 27, 2014, file phot, Nebraska running back Ameer Abdullah looks toward the crowd before an NCAA college football game against Illinois in Lincoln, Neb. Abdullah is the undisputed leader of an unbeaten Nebraska team that's starting to be mentioned as a contender for the first College Football Playoff.
    Nati Harnik, File | AP Photo
  • Nebraska Amazing Ameer Football
    FILE - In this Saturday, Sept. 27, 2014, file photo, Nebraska running back Ameer Abdullah runs with the ball during the first half of an NCAA college football game against Illinois in Lincoln, Neb. Abdullah is the undisputed leader of an unbeaten Nebraska team that's starting to be mentioned as a contender for the first College Football Playoff.
    Nati Harnik, File | AP Photo
  • Hong Kong Democracy Protest
    Local residents join a a pro-democracy sit in at a main intersection in the Mongkok district in Hong Kong, Wednesday, Oct. 1, 2014. Student leaders of pro-democracy protests in Hong Kong warned Wednesday that if the territory's leader doesn't resign by the end of Thursday they will step up their actions, including occupying several important government buildings.
    Wally Santana | AP Photo
  • Islanders Bruins Hockey
    New York Islanders left wing Josh Bailey (12) prevents Boston Bruins left wing Loui Eriksson from getting to the puck in the crease as Islanders goalie Kevin Poulin (60) protects the net during the third period of an NHL preseason hockey game in Boston, Tuesday, Sept. 30, 2014. The Islanders won 5-3.
    Elise Amendola | AP Photo
  • Governor Pennsylvania Debate
    Republican Gov. Tom Corbett answers a question during his debate with Democratic challenger Tom Wolf at "Breakfast with the Candidates" event at KYW-TV and KYW-AM on Wednesday, Oct. 1, 2014 in Philadelphia. The second debate between the two became tense as Wolf sought to assign blame to Corbett for budget deficits and struggling schools while Corbett tried to frame Wolf as the candidate who will favor labor unions over taxpayers.
    The Philadelphia Inquirer, Tom Gralish, Pool | AP Photo
  • Governor Pennsylvania Debate
    Pennsylvania gubernatorial candidate Democratic nominee Tom Wolf answers a question during his debate with Republican Gov. Tom Corbett at "Breakfast with the Candidates" event at KYW-TV and KYW-AM on Wednesday, Oct. 1, 2014 in Philadelphia. The second debate between the two became tense as Wolf sought to assign blame to Corbett for budget deficits and struggling schools while Corbett tried to frame Wolf as the candidate who will favor labor unions over taxpayers.
    The Philadelphia Inquirer, Tom Gralish, Pool | AP Photo
  • Governor Pennsylvania Debate
    Republican Gov. Tom Corbett, left, and Democratic challenger Tom Wolf shake hands following their debate at "Breakfast with the Candidates" event at KYW-TV and KYW-AM on Wednesday, Oct. 1, 2014 in Philadelphia. The second debate between the two became tense as Wolf sought to assign blame to Corbett for budget deficits and struggling schools while Corbett tried to frame Wolf as the candidate who will favor labor unions over taxpayers.
    The Philadelphia Inquirer, Tom Gralish, Pool | AP Photo
  • Governor Pennsylvania Debate
    Republican Gov. Tom Corbett, left, and Democratic challenger Tom Wolf take part in a debate at "Breakfast with the Candidates" event at KYW-TV and KYW-AM on Wednesday, Oct. 1, 2014 in Philadelphia. The second debate between the two became tense as Wolf sought to assign blame to Corbett for budget deficits and struggling schools while Corbett tried to frame Wolf as the candidate who will favor labor unions over taxpayers.
    The Philadelphia Inquirer, Tom Gralish, Pool | AP Photo
  • Governor Pennsylvania Debate
    Republican Gov. Tom Corbett, left, and Democratic challenger Tom Wolf share a laugh during their debate at "Breakfast with the Candidates" event at KYW-TV and KYW-AM on Wednesday, Oct. 1, 2014 in Philadelphia. The second debate between the two became tense as Wolf sought to assign blame to Corbett for budget deficits and struggling schools while Corbett tried to frame Wolf as the candidate who will favor labor unions over taxpayers.
    The Philadelphia Inquirer, Tom Gralish, Pool | AP Photo
  • Governor Pennsylvania Debate
    Supporters for Gov. Tom Corbett and candidate Tom Wolf gather outside CBS 3 studios in Philadelphia as the candidates debate at "Breakfast with the Candidates" event at KYW-TV and KYW-AM on Wednesday, Oct. 1, 2014 in Philadelphia. The second debate between the two became tense as Wolf sought to assign blame to Corbett for budget deficits and struggling schools while Corbett tried to frame Wolf as the candidate who will favor labor unions over taxpayers.
    The Philadelphia Inquirer, Tom Gralish, Pool | AP Photo
  • Governor Pennsylvania Debate
    Republican Gov. Tom Corbett, left, and Democratic challenger Tom Wolf shake hands before their debate as panelists CBS3 news anchor Chris May, right, and KYW Newsradio reporter Cherri Gregg, left, look on, Wednesday, Oct. 1, 2014 in Philadelphia. The second debate between the two became tense as Wolf sought to assign blame to Corbett for budget deficits and struggling schools while Corbett tried to frame Wolf as the candidate who will favor labor unions over taxpayers.
    The Philadelphia Inquirer, Tom Gralish, Pool | AP Photo
  • Governor Pennsylvania Debate
    Republican Gov. Tom Corbett, left, and Democratic challenger Tom Wolf take part in a debate at "Breakfast with the Candidates" event at KYW-TV and KYW-AM on Wednesday, Oct. 1, 2014 in Philadelphia. The second debate between the two became tense as Wolf sought to assign blame to Corbett for budget deficits and struggling schools while Corbett tried to frame Wolf as the candidate who will favor labor unions over taxpayers.
    The Philadelphia Inquirer, Tom Gralish, Pool | AP Photo
  • Liberia Ebola
    Karin Landgren, Special Representative of the Secretary-General (SRSG) to the United Nations Mission in Liberia (UNMIL), addresses a news conference in Monrovia, Liberia, Wednesday Oct. 1, 2014. Landgren said, speaking about the Ebola crisis: "The world is absolutely not doing enough yet, we are still challenged to outrun the disease."
    Jerome Delay | AP Photo
  • Ebola Airlift
    Franklin Graham, left, receives a lapel pin as he is declared an honorary citizen of Liberia by Liberian Ambassador to the U.S., Jeremiah C. Sulunteh Wednesday, Oct. 1, 2014, in Charlotte, N.C. The Christian relief agency Samaritan's Purse, headed by Graham, is airlifting tons of protective equipment and supplies to Ebola-stricken Liberia. (AP Photo/The Charlotte Observer, Todd Sumlin) MAGS OUT; TV OUT; NEWSPAPER INTERNET ONLY
    Todd Sumlin | AP
  • Ebola Airlift
    Franklin Graham, left, shakes hands with Liberian Ambassador to the U.S., Jeremiah C. Sulunteh Wednesday, Oct. 1, 2014, in Charlotte, N.C. The Christian relief agency Samaritan's Purse, headed by Graham, is airlifting tons of protective equipment and supplies to Ebola-stricken Liberia. (AP Photo/The Charlotte Observer, Todd Sumlin) MAGS OUT; TV OUT; NEWSPAPER INTERNET ONLY
    Todd Sumlin | AP
  • France  Islamic State
    French Defense Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian, left, speaks with French Chief of Staff General Pierre de Villiers, as they leave the Elysee Palace following a special defense meeting, on the country's mission against the Islamic State group, with French President Francois Hollande in Paris, Wednesday Oct. 1, 2014.
    Remy de la Mauviniere | AP Photo
  • France  Islamic State
    French President Francois Hollande, left, walks in the lobby of the Elysee Palace, followed by Prime Minister Manuel Valls, on their way to a special defense meeting, on the country's mission against the Islamic State group, with defense minister Jean-Yves le Drian, in Paris, Wednesday Oct. 1, 2014.
    Remy de la Mauviniere | AP Photo
  • France  Islamic State
    French Defense Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian walks in the lobby of the Elysee Palace on his way to a special defense meeting, on the country's mission against the Islamic State group, with French President Francois Hollande in Paris, Wednesday Oct. 1, 2014.
    Remy de la Mauviniere | AP Photo
  • Theater-Joy Behar
    FILE - In this April 1, 2013 file photo, TV personality Joy Behar arrives at the "Lucky Guy" Opening Night in New York. Behar will star in a solo theater show “Me, My Mouth and I” at the Cherry Lane Theatre this fall. Previews begin Nov. 6 with an opening set for Nov. 23.
    Invision | Photo by Dario Cantatore
  • APTOPIX Florida State NC State Football
    Florida State's Jesus Wilson (3) scores a touchdown as North Carolina State's Juston Burris (11) misses the tackle during the second half of an NCAA college football game in Raleigh, N.C., Saturday, Sept. 27, 2014. Florida State won 56-41.
    Gerry Broome | AP Photo
  • Greece Economy
    International Monetary Fund (IMF) mission chief to Greece Rishi Goyal, center, arrives at the Finance Ministry in Athens for talks with the Greek government on Tuesday, Sept. 30, 2014. Debt inspectors from the European Central Bank, European Commission and International Monetary Fund, which are closely monitoring Greece's harsh austerity program, launched a new round of meetings with Greek officials Tuesday. Talks will focus on Greece's 2015 state budget and implementation of agreed reforms. Greece has depended on bailouts from its European partners and the IMF since it nearly went bankrupt in mid-2010.
    Petros Giannakouris | AP Photo
  • Greece Economy
    European Commission official Declan Costello arrives at the Finance Ministry in Athens for talks with the Greek government on Tuesday Sept. 30, 2014. Debt inspectors from the European Central Bank, European Commission and International Monetary Fund, which are closely monitoring Greece's harsh austerity program, launched a new round of meetings with Greek officials Tuesday. Talks will focus on Greece's 2015 state budget and implementation of agreed reforms. Greece has depended on bailouts from its European partners and the IMF since it nearly went bankrupt in mid-2010.
    Petros Giannakouris | AP Photo
  • Spain Soccer La Liga
    Real Madrid's Luka Modric, from Croatia drives the ball past Villarreal's Bruno Soriano, right, during a Spanish La Liga soccer match at the Madrigal stadium in Villarreal, Spain, on Saturday, Sept. 27, 2014.
    Alberto Saiz | AP Photo
  • France Paris Fashion Week
    From left: Gigi Hadid, Justin Bieber, Kendall Jenner, and Kris Jenner pose for photographer at the Carine Roitfeld & Stephen Gan celebration of the launch of CR Fashion Book N.5 in Paris, Tuesday, Sept. 30, 2014.
    Zacharie Scheurer | AP Photo
  • Paris Fashion Week Vuitton
    A model presents a creation for Louis Vuitton's Spring/Summer 2015 ready-to-wear fashion collection presented in Paris, France, Wednesday, Oct. 1, 2014.
    Jacques Brinon | AP Photo
  • Paris Fashion Week Vuitton
    A model presents a creation for Louis Vuitton's Spring/Summer 2015 ready-to-wear fashion collection presented in Paris, France, Wednesday, Oct. 1, 2014.
    Jacques Brinon | AP Photo
  • France Paris Fashion Week
    Paris Hilton poses at Carine Roitfeld & Stephen Gan celebration of the launch of CR Fashion Book N.5 in Paris, Tuesday, Sept. 30, 2014.
    Zacharie Scheurer | AP Photo
  • France Paris Fashion Week
    Selena Gomez poses at Carine Roitfeld & Stephen Gan celebration of the launch of CR Fashion Book N.5 in Paris, Tuesday, Sept. 30, 2014.
    Zacharie Scheurer | AP Photo
  • Packers Bears Football
    Green Bay Packers wide receiver Jordy Nelson (87) makes a touchdown reception against Chicago Bears cornerback Kyle Fuller (23) in the first half of an NFL football game Sunday, Sept. 28, 2014, in Chicago.
    Charles Rex Arbogast | AP Photo
  • Vikings Bridgewater Football
    FILE - In this Sunday, Sept. 28, 2014, file photo, Minnesota Vikings quarterback Teddy Bridgewater (5) reacts after getting injured during the second half of an NFL football game against the Atlanta Falcons in Minneapolis. Bridgewater's first start for the Minnesota Vikings couldn't have been better, except of course for the sprained left ankle in the fourth quarter that forced him out of the 41-28 victory over Atlanta.
    Ann Heisenfelt, File | AP Photo
  • Reconsidering Wind Power
    In this July 28, 2014 photo, two donkeys run through a pasture at the home of Tammy and Rick Huffstutlar in front of wind turbines in Calumet, Okla. A decade ago, states offered wind-energy developers an open-armed embrace, envisioning a bright future for an industry that would offer cheap electricity, new jobs and steady income for large landowners. Today, many of the same political leaders who initially welcomed the wind industry want to regulate it more tightly.
    Sue Ogrocki | AP Photo
  • Reconsidering Wind Power
    In this July 28, 2014 photo, Rick Huffstutlar walks through a pasture at his home with wind turbines in the background in Calumet, Okla. A decade ago, states offered wind-energy developers an open-armed embrace, envisioning a bright future for an industry that would offer cheap electricity, new jobs and steady income for large landowners. Today, many of the same political leaders who initially welcomed the wind industry want to regulate it more tightly.
    Sue Ogrocki | AP Photo
  • Reconsidering Wind Power
    FILE - In this Wednesday, Aug. 22, 2012 file photo, a house is dwarfed by the wind turbines around it near Minco, Okla. A decade ago, states offered wind-energy developers an open-armed embrace, envisioning a bright future for an industry that would offer cheap electricity, new jobs and steady income for large landowners. Today, many of the same political leaders who initially welcomed the wind industry want to regulate it more tightly.
    Sue Ogrocki | AP Photo
  • Reconsidering Wind Power
    In this July 28, 2014 photo, a horse grazes in a field in front of wind turbines in Calumet, Okla. A decade ago, states offered wind-energy developers an open-armed embrace, envisioning a bright future for an industry that would offer cheap electricity, new jobs and steady income for large landowners. Today, many of the same political leaders who initially welcomed the wind industry want to regulate it more tightly.
    Sue Ogrocki | AP Photo
  • Reconsidering Wind Power
    In this July 28, 2014 photo, the home of Tammy and Rick Huffstutlar is surrounded by wind turbines in Calumet, Okla. A decade ago, states offered wind-energy developers an open-armed embrace, envisioning a bright future for an industry that would offer cheap electricity, new jobs and steady income for large landowners. Today, many of the same political leaders who initially welcomed the wind industry want to regulate it more tightly.
    Sue Ogrocki | AP Photo
  • Reconsidering Wind Power
    In this July 28, 2014 photo, wind turbines can be seen just beyond the property of Tammy and Rick Huffstutlar in Calumet, Okla. A decade ago, states offered wind-energy developers an open-armed embrace, envisioning a bright future for an industry that would offer cheap electricity, new jobs and steady income for large landowners. Today, many of the same political leaders who initially welcomed the wind industry want to regulate it more tightly.
    Sue Ogrocki | AP Photo
  • Reconsidering Wind Power
    In this July 28, 2014 photo, a house and out-buildings are surrounded by wind turbines in Calumet, Okla. A decade ago, states offered wind-energy developers an open-armed embrace, envisioning a bright future for an industry that would offer cheap electricity, new jobs and steady income for large landowners. Today, many of the same political leaders who initially welcomed the wind industry want to regulate it more tightly.
    Sue Ogrocki | AP Photo
  • Hong Kong Mainlanders
    Mainland China tourists walk past the luxury boutiques of Tsim Shai Tsui district in Hong Kong, Wednesday, Oct. 1, 2014. Despite the expansion of the pro-democracy protests to the luxury shopping district of Tsim Shai Tsui favored by mainland tourists, most mainlanders were more interested in shopping than in any political activities.
    Wally Santana | AP Photo
  • Hong Kong Mainlanders
    Mainland China tourists walk past the luxury boutiques in Tsim Shai Tsui district in Hong Kong, Wednesday, Oct. 1, 2014. Despite the expansion of the pro-democracy protests to the luxury shopping district of Tsim Shai Tsui favored by mainland tourists, most mainlanders were more interested in shopping than in any political activities.
    Wally Santana | AP Photo
  • Hong Kong Mainlanders
    Mainland China tourists walk past the luxury boutiques of Tsim Shai Tsui district in Hong Kong, Wednesday, Oct. 1, 2014. Despite the expansion of the pro-democracy protests to the luxury shopping district of Tsim Shai Tsui favored by mainland tourists, most mainlanders were more interested in shopping than in any political activities.
    Wally Santana | AP Photo
  • Hong Kong Mainlanders
    Mainland China tourists walk past the luxury boutiques of Tsim Shai Tsui district in Hong Kong, Wednesday, Oct. 1, 2014. Despite the expansion of the pro-democracy protests to the luxury shopping district of Tsim Shai Tsui favored by mainland tourists, most mainlanders were more interested in shopping than in any political activities.
    Wally Santana | AP Photo
  • Hong Kong Mainlanders
    Mainland China tourists walk past the luxury boutiques of Tsim Shai Tsui district in Hong Kong, Wednesday, Oct. 1, 2014. Despite the expansion of the pro-democracy protests to the luxury shopping district of Tsim Shai Tsui favored by mainland tourists, most mainlanders were more interested in shopping than in any political activities.
    Wally Santana | AP Photo
  • Reservation Housing
    In this photo taken on Tuesday, Sept. 30, 2014, Nick Tilsen, executive director for the Thunder Valley Community Development Corporation, shows the front porch of the first home under construction at the Thunder Valley community on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation in Pine Ridge, S.D. The house is part of the planned community vying for the $100,000 grand prize in the Buckminster Fuller Institute Challenge. (AP Photo/Rapid City Journal, Sean Ryan) TV OUT
    Sean Ryan | REV-SHARE
  • Minnesota Senate Debate
    Democratic U.S. Sen. Al Franken, left, speaks as Republican challenger Mike McFadden looks at his notes during a debate, Wednesday, Oct. 1, 2014, in Duluth, Minn.
    Jim Mone | AP Photo
  • Minnesota Senate Debate
    Democratic U.S. Sen. Al Franken, left, laughs at a statement by Republican challenger Mike McFadden, during a debate, Wednesday, Oct. 1, 2014, in Duluth, Minn.
    Jim Mone | AP Photo
  • Minnesota Senate Debate
    Democratic U.S. Sen. Al Franken, left, and Republican challenger Mike McFadden enjoy a laugh before their debate, Wednesday, Oct. 1, 2014, in Duluth, Minn.
    Jim Mone | AP Photo
  • Minnesota Senate Debate
    Democratic U.S. Sen. Al Franken, left, looks down as Republican challenger Mike McFadden stresses a point as they take part in a debate, Wednesday, Oct. 1, 2014, in Duluth, Minn.
    Jim Mone | AP Photo
  • Minnesota Senate Debate
    Democratic U.S. Sen. Al Franken, left, listens as his Republican challenger Mike McFadden gives his closing statement during their debate, Wednesday, Oct. 1, 2014, in Duluth, Minn.
    Jim Mone | AP Photo
  • Minnesota Senate Debate
    Democratic U.S. Sen. Al Franken, left, looks at his Republican challenger, Mike McFadden, during a debate, Wednesday, Oct. 1, 2014, in Duluth, Minn.
    Jim Mone | AP Photo
  • Minnesota Senate Debate
    Democratic U.S. Sen. Al Franken, left, looks down as Republican challenger Mike McFadden stresses a point as they take part in a debate, Wednesday, Oct. 1, 2014, in Duluth, Minn.
    Jim Mone | AP Photo
  • GM Road Ahead
    General Motors CEO Mary Barra addresses the Global Business Conference for investors in Milford, Mich., Wednesday, Oct. 1, 2014. Barra says the company has enough parts available to fix all the faulty ignition switches that are blamed for at least 23 deaths nationwide.
    Carlos Osorio | AP Photo
  • GM Road Ahead
    General Motors CEO Mary Barra addresses the Global Business Conference for investors in Milford, Mich., Wednesday, Oct. 1, 2014. Barra says the company has enough parts available to fix all the faulty ignition switches that are blamed for at least 23 deaths nationwide.
    Carlos Osorio | AP Photo
  • Arrested Marine
    Jill Tahmooressi, mother of Marine Sgt. Andrew Tahmooressi of Weston, Fla., who has been held for six months in a Mexican jail, weeps after reading his letters from confinement and as others recount his heroism in Afghanistan, during a House Foreign Affairs subcommittee hearing on Capitol Hill in Washington, Wednesday, Oct. 1, 2014. Sgt. Tahmooressi, who suffers from post traumatic stress syndrome, claims he made an accidental wrong turn March 31 into a border-crossing point in Tijuana when he was arrested because he had guns in his vehicle.
    J. Scott Applewhite | AP Photo
  • Film Interstellar Release
    This image released by Paramount Pictures shows Matthew McConaughey in a scene from "Interstellar." Christopher Nolan’s space epic “Interstellar” will open two days early in theaters projecting the movie on film, rather than digital. Paramount Pictures and Warner Bros. announced the unusual pre-release Wednesday. “Interstellar” will first play in 225 select theaters beginning November 5 ahead of the film’s November 7 wide release.
    Paramount Pictures, Melinda Sue Gordon | AP Photo
  • Auto Sales Chrysler
    Rain drops rest on the hood of a Jeep Grand Cherokee at Bill DeLuca's dealerships in Haverhill, Mass., Wednesday, Oct. 1, 2014. Chrysler Group says its U.S. sales rose 19 percent in September thanks to strong demand for the new Jeep Cherokee SUV and the Ram pickup.
    Charles Krupa | AP Photo
  • Auto Sales Chrysler
    Dodge Ram pickup trucks are lined up for sale at Bill DeLuca's dealerships in Haverhill, Mass., Wednesday, Oct. 1, 2014. Chrysler Group says its U.S. sales rose 19 percent in September thanks to strong demand for the new Jeep Cherokee SUV and the Ram pickup.
    Charles Krupa | AP Photo
  • Belgium NATO Stoltenberg
    Incoming NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg addresses a first media conference at NATO headquarters in Brussels on Wednesday, Oct. 1, 2014. Former two-term Norwegian Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg started work Wednesday as NATO's secretary-general, the 13th in the trans-Atlantic organization's 65-year existence.
    Virginia Mayo | AP Photo
  • Obama US Israel
    President Barack Obama meets with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in the Oval Office of the White House in Washington, Wednesday, Oct. 1, 2014. President Barack Obama and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu met for the first time since a rash of civilian casualties during Israel's summer war with Hamas heightened tensions between two leaders who have long had a prickly relationship.
    Pablo Martinez Monsivais | AP Photo
  • Obama US Israel
    Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu speaks during his meeting with President Barack Obama in the Oval Office of the White House in Washington, Wednesday, Oct. 1, 2014. President Barack Obama and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu met for the first time since a rash of civilian casualties during Israel's summer war with Hamas heightened tensions between two leaders who have long had a prickly relationship.
    Pablo Martinez Monsivais | AP Photo
  • Cuba Dual Economy
    FILE - In this Aug. 30, 2013 file photo, a food vendor spreads out convertible pesos, known as CUCs, the two bills on the right, and regular Cuban pesos at her stand in a vegetable market in Havana, Cuba. Cuba’s central bank head released new details on Wednesday, Oct. 1, 2014 of the elimination of the special currency, CUCs, saying that the shift will require putting more Cuban pesos into circulation and issuing higher-denomination bills. Most Cubans earn and buy goods in local pesos, and the convertible peso (CUCs) are used largely in the tourism sector.
    Ramon Espinosa, File | AP Photo
  • Blue Jackets Penguins Hockey
    Pittsburgh Penguins goalie Marc-Andre Fleury (29) makes a save on Columbus Blue Jackets' Oliver Bjorkstrand in the third period of the NHL pre-season hockey game, Saturday, Sept. 27, 2014 in Pittsburgh. The Penguins won 2-1.
    Keith Srakocic | AP Photo
  • People Lena Dunham
    In this Tuesday, Sept. 30, 2014 photo released by Starpix, actress and author Lena Dunham poses as a signing for her book, "Not That Kind of Girl: A Young Woman Tells You What She's 'Learned', " at Barnes and Noble Union Square in New York.
    Starpix, Kristina Bumphrey | AP Photo
  • People Lena Dunham
    In this Tuesday, Sept. 30, 2014 photo released by Starpix, actress and author Lena Dunham poses with her book "Not That Kind of Girl: A Young Woman Tells You What She's 'Learned', " at a book signing at Barnes and Noble Union Square in New York.
    Starpix, Kristina Bumphrey | AP Photo
  • People Lena Dunham
    In this Tuesday, Sept. 30, 2014 photo released by Starpix, actress and author Lena Dunham poses with her book "Not That Kind of Girl: A Young Woman Tells You What She's 'Learned', " at a book signing at Barnes and Noble Union Square in New York.
    Starpix, Kristina Bumphrey | AP Photo
  • Detroit-Bankruptcy
    In a Tuesday, Sept. 30, 2014 photo, investment banker and expert witness Ken Buckfire, center, leaves the Detroit Federal Courthouse with others after testifying in the Detroit bankruptcy hearing. (AP Photo/Detroit News,Todd McInturf) DETROIT FREE PRESS OUT; HUFFINGTON POST OUT
    Todd McInturf | AP
  • Detroit-Bankruptcy-Orr
    In a Tuesday, Sept. 30, 2014 photo, Detroit emergency manager Kevyn Orr waves as he leaves the Levin Federal Court Building in Detroit after testifying in the Detroit bankruptcy trial. Orr also is expected to testify Wednesday in the trial overseen by federal Judge Steven Rhodes. Rhodes is to decide if Detroit’s plan to remove $7 billion in debt is fair to creditors. (AP Photo/Detroit News, Charles V. Tines) DETROIT FREE PRESS OUT; HUFFINGTON POST OUT
    Charles V. Tines | AP
  • Paris Fashion Week Louis Vuitton Foundation
    The Louis Vuitton Foundation building is pictured before the presentation of Louis Vuitton's Spring/Summer 2015 ready-to-wear fashion collection in Paris, France, Wednesday, Oct. 1, 2014. The foundation, designed by American architect Frank Gehry, will open its doors to the public on Oct. 27 , 2014.
    Francois Mori | AP Photo
  • Paris Fashion Week Vuitton
    A model presents a creation for Louis Vuitton's Spring/Summer 2015 ready-to-wear fashion collection presented in Paris, France, Wednesday, Oct. 1, 2014.
    Jacques Brinon | AP Photo
  • Paris Fashion Week Vuitton
    A model presents a creation for Louis Vuitton's Spring/Summer 2015 ready-to-wear fashion collection presented in Paris, France, Wednesday, Oct. 1, 2014.
    Jacques Brinon | AP Photo
  • Paris Fashion Week  Louis Vuitton Foundation
    The Louis Vuitton Foundation building is pictured before the presentation of Louis Vuitton's Spring/Summer 2015 ready-to-wear fashion collection in Paris, France, Wednesday, Oct. 1, 2014. The foundation, designed by American architect Frank Gehry, will open its doors to the public on Oct. 27 , 2014.
    Francois Mori | AP Photo
  • Ebola Liberia
    Marie Nyan, 26, whose mother died of Ebola, carries her son Nathaniel Edward, 2, to an ambulance after showing signs of Ebola infection in the village of Freeman Reserve, about 30 miles north of Monrovia, Liberia, Tuesday Sept. 30, 2014. Three members of District 13 ambulance service traveled to the village to pickup six suspected Ebola sufferers that had been quarantined. Aid donations from western countries are still inadequate, as the international community tries to increase the ability to care for the spiraling number of people infected with the disease which has hit Liberia the hardest.
    Jerome Delay | AP Photo
  • APTOPIX Liberia Ebola
    A woman being discharged from the Island Clinic Ebola treatment center in Monrovia, Liberia, is sprayed with disinfectant, Tuesday Sept. 30, 2014. Six months into the world’s worst-ever Ebola outbreak, and the first to happen in an unprepared West Africa, the gap between what has been sent by other countries and private groups and what is desperately needed is huge. Even as countries try to marshal more resources to close the gap, those needs threaten to become much greater, and possibly even insurmountable.
    Jerome Delay | AP Photo
  • Liberia Ebola
    Gordon Kamara, from the District 13 ambulance service, arrives at the Island Clinic Ebola treatment unit with six patients showing signs of Ebola infection from the village of Freeman Reserve in Monrovia, Liberia, Tuesday Sept. 30, 2014. Six months into the world’s worst-ever Ebola outbreak, and the first to happen in an unprepared West Africa, the gap between what has been sent by other countries and private groups and what is desperately needed is huge. Even as countries try to marshal more resources to close the gap, those needs threaten to become much greater, and possibly even insurmountable.
    Jerome Delay | AP Photo
  • Ebola Liberia
    Marie Nyan, 26, whose mother died of Ebola, gives water to her son Nathaniel Edward, 2, as they wait to be taken by an ambulance after showing signs of Ebola infection in the village of Freeman Reserve, about 30 miles north of Monrovia, Liberia, Tuesday Sept. 30, 2014. Three members of District 13 ambulance service traveled to the village to pickup six suspected Ebola sufferers that had been quarantined. Aid donations from western countries are still inadequate, as the international community tries to increase the ability to care for the spiraling number of people infected with the disease which has hit Liberia the hardest.
    Jerome Delay | AP Photo
  • Ebola Liberia
    Monrovia residents beg a District 13 ambulance crew to take with them Mr. Kollis who shows signs of possible Ebola infection but refuses to leave his home in Monrovia, Liberia, Tuesday Sept. 30, 2014. Unable to force patients into the ambulance, the crew left Mr. Kollis behind. Aid donations from western countries are still inadequate, as the international community tries to increase the ability to care for the spiraling number of people infected with the disease which has hit Liberia the hardest.
    Jerome Delay | AP Photo
  • Liberia Ebola
    A woman being discharged from the Island Clinic Ebola treatment center in Monrovia, Liberia, is sprayed with disinfectant Tuesday Sept. 30, 2014. Six months into the world’s worst-ever Ebola outbreak, and the first to happen in an unprepared West Africa, the gap between what has been sent by other countries and private groups and what is desperately needed is huge. Even as countries try to marshal more resources to close the gap, those needs threaten to become much greater, and possibly even insurmountable.
    Jerome Delay | AP Photo
  • Liberia Ebola
    Monrovia residents watch an ambulance carrying suspected Ebola sufferers rush to the Island Clinic Ebola treatment center in Monrovia, Liberia, Tuesday Sept. 30, 2014. Six months into the world’s worst-ever Ebola outbreak, and the first to happen in an unprepared West Africa, the gap between what has been sent by other countries and private groups and what is desperately needed is huge. Even as countries try to marshal more resources to close the gap, those needs threaten to become much greater, and possibly even insurmountable.
    Jerome Delay | AP Photo
  • Liberia Ebola
    Cellphones are thrown on the ground by patients leaving the Island Clinic Ebola treatment unit with a clean bill of health, in Monrovia, Liberia, Tuesday Sept. 30, 2014. They threw the telephones away fearing they might contain the Ebola virus. Six months into the world’s worst-ever Ebola outbreak, and the first to happen in an unprepared West Africa, the gap between what has been sent by other countries and private groups and what is desperately needed is huge. Even as countries try to marshal more resources to close the gap, those needs threaten to become much greater, and possibly even insurmountable.
    Jerome Delay | AP Photo
  • Ebola Liberia
    Gordon Kamara, left, is sprayed by Konah Deno after they loaded six patients suspected to have been infected by the Ebola virus into their ambulance in the village of Freeman Reserve, about 30 miles north of Monrovia, Liberia, Tuesday Sept. 30, 2014. Aid donations from western countries are still inadequate, as the international community tries to increase the ability to care for the spiraling number of people infected with the disease which has hit Liberia the hardest.
    Jerome Delay | AP Photo
  • APTOPIX Liberia Ebola
    Nowa Paye, 9, is taken to an ambulance after showing signs of the Ebola infection in the village of Freeman Reserve, about 30 miles north of Monrovia, Liberia,Tuesday Sept. 30, 2014. Three members of District 13 ambulance service traveled to the village to pickup six suspected Ebola sufferers that had been quarantined by villagers. Aid donations are still inadequate, as the international community tries to increase the ability to care for the spiraling number of people infected with the disease which has hit Liberia the hardest.
    Jerome Delay | AP Photo
  • Ebola Liberia
    Nowa Paye, 9, is taken to an ambulance after showing signs of Ebola infection in the village of Freeman Reserve, about 30 miles north of Monrovia, Liberia, Tuesday Sept. 30, 2014. Three members of District 13 ambulance service travelled to the village to pickup six suspected Ebola sufferers that had been quarantined Six months into the world’s worst-ever Ebola outbreak, and the first to happen in an unprepared West Africa, the gap between what has been sent by other countries and private groups and what is desperately needed is huge. Even as countries try to marshal more resources to close the gap, those needs threaten to become much greater, and possibly even insurmountable.
    Jerome Delay | AP Photo
  • Liberia Ebola
    A list showing the names of the day's deceased is taped on the door of the Island Clinic Ebola treatment unit in Monrovia, Liberia, Tuesday Sept. 30, 2014. Six months into the world’s worst-ever Ebola outbreak, and the first to happen in an unprepared West Africa, the gap between what has been sent by other countries and private groups and what is desperately needed is huge. Even as countries try to marshal more resources to close the gap, those needs threaten to become much greater, and possibly even insurmountable.
    Jerome Delay | AP Photo
  • Liberia Ebola
    Patients being discharged from the Island Clinic Ebola treatment center in Monrovia, Liberia, wait to be sprayed with disinfectant, Tuesday Sept. 30, 2014. Six months into the world’s worst-ever Ebola outbreak, and the first to happen in an unprepared West Africa, the gap between what has been sent by other countries and private groups and what is desperately needed is huge. Even as countries try to marshal more resources to close the gap, those needs threaten to become much greater, and possibly even insurmountable.
    Jerome Delay | AP Photo
  • Liberia Ebola
    A medical worker sprays people being discharged from the Island Clinic Ebola treatment center in Monrovia, Liberia, Tuesday Sept. 30, 2014. Six months into the world’s worst-ever Ebola outbreak, and the first to happen in an unprepared West Africa, the gap between what has been sent by other countries and private groups and what is desperately needed is huge. Even as countries try to marshal more resources to close the gap, those needs threaten to become much greater, and possibly even insurmountable.
    Jerome Delay | AP Photo
  • APTOPIX Liberia Ebola
    Residents of the village of Freeman Reserve, about 30 miles north of Monrovia, Liberia, watch members of District 13 ambulance service disinfect a room as they pick up six suspected Ebola sufferers that had been quarantined, Tuesday Sept. 30, 2014. Six months into the world’s worst-ever Ebola outbreak, and the first to happen in an unprepared West Africa, the gap between what has been sent by other countries and private groups and what is desperately needed is huge. Even as countries try to marshal more resources to close the gap, those needs threaten to become much greater, and possibly even insurmountable.
    Jerome Delay | AP Photo
  • Ebola Liberia
    Mr. Kollis, center, who shows signs of possible Ebola infection, refuses to leave his home and board a District 13 ambulance dispatched to fetch him in Monrovia, Liberia, Tuesday Sept. 30, 2014. Unable to force patients into the ambulance, the crew left Mr. Kollis behind. Aid donations from western countries are still inadequate, as the international community tries to increase the ability to care for the spiraling number of people infected with the disease which has hit Liberia the hardest.
    Jerome Delay | AP Photo
  • Liberia Ebola
    Residents of the village of Freeman Reserve, about 30 miles north of Monrovia, Liberia, watch members of District 13 ambulance service pickup six suspected Ebola sufferers that had been quarantined Tuesday Sept. 30, 2014. Six months into the world’s worst-ever Ebola outbreak, and the first to happen in an unprepared West Africa, the gap between what has been sent by other countries and private groups and what is desperately needed is huge. Even as countries try to marshal more resources to close the gap, those needs threaten to become much greater, and possibly even insurmountable.
    Jerome Delay | AP Photo
  • Ebola Liberia
    A District 13 ambulance rushes through traffic towards the Island Clinic Ebola treatment unit with six patients showing signs of Ebola infection from the village of Freeman Reserve in Monrovia, Liberia, Tuesday Sept. 30, 2014. Aid donations from western countries are still inadequate, as the international community tries to increase the ability to care for the spiraling number of people infected with the disease which has hit Liberia the hardest.
    Jerome Delay | AP Photo
  • Ebola Liberia
    Nowa Paye, 9, is taken to an ambulance after showing signs of Ebola infection in the village of Freeman Reserve, about 30 miles north of Monrovia, Liberia, Tuesday Sept. 30, 2014. Three members of District 13 ambulance service traveled to the village to pickup six suspected Ebola sufferer that had been quarantined.Aid donations from western countries are still inadequate, as the international community tries to increase the ability to care for the spiraling number of people infected with the disease which has hit Liberia the hardest.
    Jerome Delay | AP Photo
  • Pepsi True
    This product image provided by PepsiCo Inc. shows the company's new product, Pepsi True. PepsiCo Inc. says Pepsi True will have 30 percent fewer calories than the regular version and be made with a mix of sugar and stevia, a natural sweetener with no calories.
    PepsiCo | AP Photo
  • Bond Bust Fears
    In this Sept. 24, 2014 photo, traders work in the ten-year bond pit on the floor of the CME Group in Chicago. Main Street investors have poured a trillion dollars into bonds since the financial crisis, and helped send prices soaring. As fund managers and regulators fret about an inevitable sell-off, the bigger fear is that when people go to unload, there won’t be anyone to buy.
    M. Spencer Green | AP Photo
  • Ebola Dallas Hospital
    An ambulance pulls into the Dallas Fire-Rescue station 37 in Dallas, Wednesday, Oct. 1, 2014. Three EMT's from this location are under a 21 day quarantine after a patient they transported tested positive for Ebola.
    LM Otero | AP Photo
  • Japan Open Tennis Championships
    Benjamin Becker of Germany returns a shot against Tatsuma Ito of Japan during their second round match of the Japan Open tennis championships in Tokyo, Wednesday, Oct. 1, 2014.
    Shizuo Kambayashi | AP Photo
  • APTOPIX Ebola Dallas Hospital
    Dr. Edward Goodman, epidemiologist at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Dallas, listens to a reporters question during a news conference about an Ebola infected patient at his hospital in Dallas, Tuesday, Sept. 30, 2014. Federal health officials confirmed the first Ebola case diagnosed in the United States.
    LM Otero | AP Photo
  • Japan Open Tennis Championships
    Gilles Simon of France returns a shot against Gilles Muller of Luxembourg during their second round match of Japan Open Tennis Championships in Tokyo, Wednesday, Oct. 1, 2014.
    Shizuo Kambayashi | AP Photo
  • Ebola Dallas Hospital
    An ambulance pulls into the Dallas Fire-Rescue station 37 in Dallas, Wednesday, Oct. 1, 2014. Three EMT's from this location are under a 21 day quarantine after a patient they transported tested positive for Ebola.
    LM Otero | AP Photo
  • Nigeria Anniverasry
    Lagos State Governor Babatunde Raji Fashola waves as he inspects the honor guard during the 54th anniversary celebrations of Nigerian independence, in Lagos, Nigeria, Wednesday, Oct. 1, 2014.
    Sunday Alamba | AP Photo
  • Nigeria Anniverasry
    School children wave Nigeria flags during the 54th anniversary celebrations of Nigerian independence, in Lagos, Nigeria, Wednesday, Oct. 1, 2014.
    Sunday Alamba | AP Photo
  • Nigeria Anniversary
    Members of the Nigerian police force attend the 54th anniversary celebrations of Nigerian independence, in Lagos, Nigeria, Wednesday, Oct. 1, 2014.
    Sunday Alamba | AP Photo
  • Nigeria Anniverasry
    The Nigerian police band march during the 54th anniversary celebrations of Nigerian independence, in Lagos, Nigeria, Wednesday, Oct. 1, 2014.
    Sunday Alamba | AP Photo
  • Bond Bust Fears
    In this Sept. 24, 2014 photo, traders work in the ten-year bond pit on the floor of the CME Group in Chicago. Main Street investors have poured a trillion dollars into bonds since the financial crisis, and helped send prices soaring. As fund managers and regulators fret about an inevitable sell-off, the bigger fear is that when people go to unload, there won’t be anyone to buy.
    M. Spencer Green | AP Photo
  • Bond Bust Fears
    In this Sept. 24, 2014 photo, traders work in the ten-year bond pit on the floor of the CME Group in Chicago. Main Street investors have poured a trillion dollars into bonds since the financial crisis, and helped send prices soaring. As fund managers and regulators fret about an inevitable sell-off, the bigger fear is that when people go to unload, there won’t be anyone to buy.
    M. Spencer Green | AP Photo
  • NY Legislator Arrested
    FILE--In this March 26, 2014 file photo, Assemblyman William Scarborough, D-Queens, talks to reporters outside his office in the Legislative Office Building in Albany, N.Y. Scarborough has been charged, Wednesday, Oct. 1, 2014, by authorities with using his campaign funds for personal expenses.
    Mike Groll, File | AP Photo
  • Germany Nazis
    EDITORS NOTES GRAPHIC CONTENT - The photo taken between 1941 and 1943 near Vinnitsa, Ukraine, provided by the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum shows German soldiers of the Waffen-SS and the Reich Labor Service looking on as a member of an Einsatzgruppe prepares to shoot a Ukrainian Jew kneeling on the edge of a mass grave filled with corpses. The Simon Wiesenthal Center has identified dozens of former members of Nazi mobile death squads who might still be alive, and is pushing the German government for an investigation, The Associated Press has learned on Wednesday, Oct. 1, 2014. The Wiesenthal Center's top Nazi hunter, Efraim Zuroff, told the AP that in September he sent the German justice and interior ministries a list of 76 men and four women who served in the so-called Einsatzgruppen. (AP Photo/U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum, courtesy of Sharon Paquette) NO ARCHIVE
    AP
  • People-Gloria Steinem
    CORRECTS ANNOUNCEMENT DATE TO WEDNESDAY OCT 1 - FILE - In this April 4, 2014 file photo, Gloria Steinem attends the The 5th Annual DVF Awards at the United Nations Headquarters in New York. International human rights organization Equality Now announced Wednesday, Oct. 1, 2014, it will honor Steinem for her six decades of work for women’s rights. Salma Hayek will also be recognized for her efforts to end violence against women and girls at the organization’s gala fundraiser Nov. 3 in Beverly Hills, Calif.
    Invision | Photo by Luiz C. Ribeiro
  • People-Gloria Steinem
    CORRECTS ANNOUNCEMENT DATE TO WEDNESDAY OCT 1 -FILE - In this Saturday, Sept. 6, 2014 file photo, Producer Salma Hayek attends the "Kahlil Gibran's The Prophet" premiere during the Toronto International Film Festival, in Toronto. International human rights organization Equality Now announced Wednesday, Oct. 1, 2014, it will honor Steinem for her six decades of work for women’s rights. Salma Hayek will also be recognized for her efforts to end violence against women and girls at the organization’s gala fundraiser Nov. 3 in Beverly Hills, Calif.
    Invision | Photo by Evan Agostini
  • People-Gloria Steinem
    CORRECTS ANNOUNCEMENT DATE TO WEDNESDAY OCT 1 - FILE - In this April 4, 2014 file photo, Gloria Steinem attends the The 5th Annual DVF Awards at the United Nations Headquarters in New York. International human rights organization Equality Now announced Wednesday, Oct. 1, it will honor Steinem for her six decades of work for women’s rights. Salma Hayek will also be recognized for her efforts to end violence against women and girls at the organization’s gala fundraiser Nov. 3 in Beverly Hills, Calif.
    Invision | Photo by Luiz C. Ribeiro
  • Pets Animal Cruelty
    This file photo combo shows from left to right serial killers the Boston Strangler Albert DeSalvo, Jeffrey Dahmer, and Son of Sam killer David Berkowitz. Several studies show that most serial killers start their lives as sociopaths by torturing or killing pets. For years, the FBI has filed animal cruelty crimes with a variety of others under the heading of “other,” making them hard to find, hard to count and hard to track. That’s changing. The FBI announced this month it would make animal cruelty a Group A felony with its own category, the same way crimes like homicide, arson and assault are listed in the agency’s Uniform Crime Report Program.
    AP Photo
  • Belgium NATO Stoltenberg
    Incoming NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg addresses a first media conference at NATO headquarters in Brussels on Wednesday, Oct. 1, 2014. Former two-term Norwegian Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg started work Wednesday as NATO's secretary-general, the 13th in the trans-Atlantic organization's 65-year existence.
    Virginia Mayo | AP Photo
  • Economy Manufacturing
    In this Sept. 19, 2014 photo, Laurette Eugene assembles a body armor vest at the Point Blank Body Armor factory in Pompano Beach, Fla. Institute for Supply Management releases its manufacturing index for September on Wednesday, Oct. 1, 2014.
    J Pat Carter | AP Photo
  • Travel-Trip-Southwest Ghost Towns
    This undated photo provided by the Arizona Office of Tourism shows the tourist attractions in the town of Golfield, Ariz. The town boomed when gold was discovered in the 1890s but was abandoned in the 1920s. Today the town offers numerous tours, attractions and activities for visitors.
    Arizona Office of Tourism | AP Photo
  • Travel-Trip-Southwest Ghost Towns
    This January 2014 photo shows the Amargosa Opera House in Death Valley Junction, California, a town near the eastern entrance of Death Valley National Park. The town once thrived while a local borax mine and railroad were still in operation. By the late 1920s, the town was little more than a tourist stop on the way to the park. Today most of the buildings are gone but the town remains a draw thanks to a hotel and the opera house, which has been restored and still hosts performances.
    John Marshall | AP Photo
  • Travel-Trip-Southwest Ghost Towns
    FILE -In this Oct. 1, 2005 file photo, patrons wait for the doors to open at the Amargosa Opera House in Death Valley Junction, Calif., to see a performance. The town once thrived while a local borax mine and railroad were still in operation. By the late 1920s, the town was little more than a tourist stop on the way to the park. Today most of the buildings are gone but the town remains a draw thanks to a hotel and the restored opera house. (AP Photo/The Las Vegas Sun, Sam Morris, File) LAS VEGAS REVIEW-JOURNAL OUT; MAGS OUT; NO SALES; MANDATORY CREDIT
    Sam Morris | AP
  • Travel-Trip-Southwest Ghost Towns
    This January 2014 photo shows the interior of the Amargosa Opera House in Death Valley Junction, Calif, a town near the eastern entrance of Death Valley National Park. The town once thrived while a local borax mine and railroad were still in operation. By the late 1920s, the town was little more than a tourist stop on the way to the park. Today most of the buildings are gone but the town remains a draw thanks to a hotel and the opera house, which has been restored and still hosts performances.
    John Marshall | AP Photo
  • Travel-Trip-Southwest Ghost Towns
    FILE - This June 25, 1959 photo shows Bodie, Calif., one of the most famous ghost towns in the United States. Located near the Nevada state line east of California’s Yosemite National Park, Bodie boomed during the Gold Rush days, with an estimated 10,000 residents in 1880, more than 60 saloons and a red-light district. Once the mine shut down, so did the town, all but abandoned by the early 1900s. Today, its 100-or-so buildings are maintained by the California parks system, which protects the town in "an arrested state of decay," keeping the buildings standing but making few other alterations.
    File | AP Photo
  • Travel-Trip-Southwest Ghost Towns
    FILE - This June 25, 1959 file photo shows a view of Bodie, Calif., from the top of Standard Hill. Located near the Nevada state line east of California’s Yosemite National Park, Bodie is one of the most famous ghost towns in the United States. The town boomed during the Gold Rush days, with an estimated 10,000 residents in 1880, more than 60 saloons and a red-light district. Once the mine shut down, so did the town, all but abandoned by the early 1900s. Today, its 100-or-so buildings are maintained by the California parks system, which protects the town in "an arrested state of decay," keeping the buildings standing but making few other alterations.
    Anonymous | AP Photo, File
  • Travel-Trip-Southwest Ghost Towns
    This January 2014 photo shows decrepit buildings in Rhyolite, Nev., a ghost town located northeast of Death Valley National Park. Rhyolite was established in 1905 during the Gold Rush, quickly boomed and fell apart after the mine closed in 1911. It's now one of the most photogenic ghost towns of the Southwest because of the abandoned buildings and rocky landscape.
    John Marshall | AP Photo
  • Travel-Trip-Southwest Ghost Towns
    This January 2014 photo shows an old building in Rhyolite, Nev, a ghost town located northeast of Death Valley National Park. Rhyolite was established in 1905 during the Gold Rush, quickly boomed and fell apart after the mine closed in 1911. It's now one of the most photogenic ghost towns of the Southwest because of the decrepit buildings and rocky landscape.
    John Marshall | AP Photo
  • Travel-Trip-Southwest Ghost Towns
    This January 2014 photo shows the interior of the Amargosa Opera House in Death Valley Junction, California, a town near the eastern entrance of Death Valley National Park. The town once thrived while a local borax mine and railroad were still in operation. By the late 1920s, the town was little more than a tourist stop on the way to the park. Today most of the buildings are gone but the town remains a draw thanks to a hotel and the opera house, which has been restored and still hosts performances.
    John Marshall | AP Photo
  • Philippines Marcos Wealth
    This undated photo released by the Presidential Commission on Good Government shows a painting by Paul Gauguin titled "Still Life with Idol," which is allegedly part of the rare art collections of the late Philippine dictator Ferdinand Marcos. Andres Bautista, head of the Presidential Commission on Good Government, said Wednesday, Oct. 1, 2014 the Philippine government has seized at least 15 paintings from the home of the Marcos, part of efforts to recover 156 artworks included in his alleged ill-gotten wealth. The paintings reportedly include ones by Van Gogh, Monet, Gauguin and Michelangelo.
    Presidential Commission on Good Government | AP Photo
  • Philippines Marcos Wealth
    This undated photo released by the Presidential Commission on Good Government shows a painting by Michelangelo Buenarroti titled "Madonna and Child," which is allegedly part of the rare art collections of the late Philippine dictator Ferdinand Marcos. Andres Bautista, head of the Presidential Commission on Good Government, said Wednesday, Oct. 1, 2014 the Philippine government has seized at least 15 paintings from the home of the Marcos, part of efforts to recover 156 artworks included in his alleged ill-gotten wealth. The paintings reportedly include ones by Van Gogh, Monet, Gauguin and Michelangelo.
    Presidential Commission on Good Government | AP Photo
  • Music Andre 3000
    In this image released by XLrator Media, Andre Benjamin portrays Jimi Hendrix in the film "Jimi: All Is By My Side." The Grammy-winning rapper says he hasn’t figured out what to do next in music. His last album with his best-selling group Outkast was released in 2006.
    XLrator Media, Patrick Redmond | AP Photo
  • Music Andre 3000
    FILE - In this Nov. 13, 2012 file photo, musician and actor Andre Benjamin, better known as Andre 3000, appears at a promotional event for Gillette in New York. The Grammy-winning rapper says he hasn’t figured out what to do next in music. His last album with his best-selling group Outkast was released in 2006. The performer is the star of the Jimi Hendrix biopic, “Jimi: All Is By My Side,” released last week.
    Invision | Photo by Evan Agostini
  • Financial Markets Wall Street
    FILE - In this May 11, 2007, file photo, a Wall Street sign is mounted near the flag-draped facade of the New York Stock Exchange. Stocks are heading lower in early trading Wednesday, Oct. 1, 2014, putting the market on course for its third loss in a row.
    Richard Drew, File | AP Photo
  • Taiwan Hong Kong Democracy Protest
    Hong Kong and Taiwanese demonstrators hold slogans to show their support for pro-democracy protests in Hong Kong at the Liberty Square in front of Chiang Kai-shek Memorial Hall in Taipei, Taiwan, Wednesday, Oct. 1, 2014. Taiwan, an island that China's ruling Communist Party has long sought to bring into its fold under the same "one country, two systems" arrangement it has for Hong Kong, has thrown its support behind Hong Kong's pro-democracy movement.
    Chiang Ying-ying | AP Photo
  • China Hong Kong Taiwan
    FILE - In this Jan. 31, 2013 file photo, Taiwan's President Ma Ying-jeou speaks to reporters at a Presidential Office press briefing in Taipei, Taiwan. Taiwan, an island that China’s ruling Communist Party has long sought to bring into its fold under the same “one country, two systems” arrangement it has for Hong Kong, has thrown its support behind Hong Kong’s pro-democracy movement. Taiwanese leaders also have urged Beijing to live up to its pledges for autonomy in the former British colony or risk further alienating the Taiwanese public.
    Wally Santana, File | AP Photo
  • Taiwan Hong Kong Democracy Protest
    A demonstrator holds a slogan reading "Supporting Hong Kong" to support pro-democracy protests taking place in Hong Kong at the Liberty Square in front of Chiang Kai-shek Memorial Hall in Taipei, Taiwan, Wednesday, Oct. 1, 2014.
    Chiang Ying-ying | AP Photo
  • Taiwan Hong Kong Democracy Protest
    Hong Kong and Taiwanese demonstrators gatheres to support pro-democracy protests taking place in Hong Kong at the Liberty Square in front of Chiang Kai-shek Memorial Hall in Taipei, Taiwan, Wednesday, Oct. 1, 2014.
    Chiang Ying-ying | AP Photo
  • Hong Kong Democracy Protest
    Student protesters set up a recycling area where their protest site is, as they collect empty drink bottles for recycling, Wednesday, Oct. 1, 2014 in Hong Kong. Student leaders of pro-democracy protests in Hong Kong warned Wednesday that if the territory's leader doesn't resign by the end of Thursday they will step up their actions, including occupying several important government buildings.
    Wong Maye-E | AP Photo
  • Hong Kong Democracy Protest
    Tens of thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators, some waving lights from mobile phones, fill the streets in the main finical district of Hong Kong, Wednesday, Oct. 1, 2014. Student leaders of pro-democracy protests in Hong Kong warned Wednesday that if the territory's leader doesn't resign by the end of Thursday they will step up their actions, including occupying several important government buildings.
    Wally Santana | AP Photo
  • Hong Kong Democracy Protest
    Pro-democracy supporters rest in the streets where a defaced picture of Hong Kong's Chief Executive Leung Chun-ying is plastered on a sign post, Wednesday, Oct. 1, 2014 in Hong Kong. Pro-democracy protesters, upset that Chief Executive Leung Chun-ying has refused to meet them, have threatened to expand their demonstrations unless he resigns and the Chinese leadership agrees to broader electoral reforms.
    Wong Maye-E | AP Photo
  • Hong Kong Democracy Protest
    Tens of thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators, some waving lights from mobile phones, fill the streets in the main finical district of Hong Kong, Wednesday, Oct. 1, 2014. Student leaders of pro-democracy protests in Hong Kong warned Wednesday that if the territory's leader doesn't resign by the end of Thursday they will step up their actions, including occupying several important government buildings.
    Wally Santana | AP Photo
  • Hong Kong Democracy Protest
    Student protesters sit with signs on their fight for democracy in Hong Kong Wednesday, Oct. 1, 2014. Holiday crowds swelled into the tens of thousands as student leaders met with other pro-democracy protesters Wednesday to thrash out a strategy for handling the government's rejection of their demands that the city's top leader resign and Beijing revise its plans to limit political reforms.
    Wong Maye-E | AP Photo
  • Hong Kong Democracy Protest
    People walk along the Central financial district which is barricaded off from the streets which pro-democracy protesters have made camp, Wednesday, Oct. 1, 2014 in Hong Kong. Pro-democracy protesters, upset that Chief Executive Leung Chun-ying has refused to meet them, have threatened to expand their demonstrations unless he resigns and the Chinese leadership agrees to broader electoral reforms.
    Wong Maye-E | AP Photo
  • Construction Spending
    In this photo made on Monday, Sept. 22, 2014, work continues at a construction site in Pittsburgh. The Commerce Department releases construction spending for August on Wednesday, Oct. 1, 2014.
    Keith Srakocic | AP Photo
  • Building Chemistry Hockey
    FILE - In this Sept. 18, 2014, file photo, Buffalo Sabres forward Brian Gionta addresses the media on opening day of NHL training camp in Buffalo, N.Y. With the NHL right in the heart of its small preseason slate, a long list of accomplished forwards in different zip codes are getting used to their new lines. (AP Photo/The Buffalo News, Derek Gee) TV OUT; MAGS OUT; MANDATORY CREDIT; BATAVIA DAILY NEWS OUT; DUNKIRK OBSERVER OUT; JAMESTOWN POST-JOURNAL OUT; LOCKPORT UNION-SUN JOURNAL OUT; NIAGARA GAZETTE OUT; OLEAN TIMES-HERALD OUT; SALAMANCA PRESS OUT; TONAWANDA NEWS OUT
    Derek Gee | AP
  • Hong Kong Democracy Protest
    A pro-democracy activist shouts slogans on a street near the government headquarters where protesters have made camp, Wednesday, Oct. 1, 2014 in Hong Kong. Holiday crowds swelled into the tens of thousands as student leaders met with other pro-democracy protesters Wednesday to thrash out a strategy for handling the government's rejection of their demands that the city's top leader resign and Beijing revise its plans to limit political reforms.
    Wong Maye-E | AP Photo
  • Britain Conservatives
    Prime Minister David Cameron and his wife Samantha leave the stage past well wishers following his keynote speech to delegates at the Conservative Party annual party conference in the International Convention Centre in Birmingham, England, Wednesday Oct. 1, 2014. During his speech Cameron revealed anticipated tax changes for the basic rate tax payers and for the people who pay the top rate of tax. (AP Photo / Joe Giddens, PA) UNITED KINGDOM OUT - NO SALES - NO ARCHIVES
    Joe Giddens | AP
  • Britain Conservatives
    Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron invites his wife Samantha on stage following his keynote speech to delegates at the Conservative Party annual party conference in the International Convention Centre in Birmingham, England, Wednesday Oct. 1, 2014. During his speech Cameron revealed anticipated tax changes for the basic rate tax payers and for the people who pay the top rate of tax. (AP Photo / Joe Giddens, PA) UNITED KINGDOM OUT - NO SALES - NO ARCHIVES
    Joe Giddens | AP
  • Britain Conservatives
    Britain's Conservative Party Leader and Prime Minister David Cameron addresses delegates during a speech at the Conservative Party Conference at the ICC, in Birmingham, England, Wednesday, Oct. 1, 2014. Cameron has promised a tough stance on Europe and tax cuts for millions in a speech designed to rally the Conservative faithful and sway other voters ahead of a national election next year.
    Rui Vieira | AP Photo
  • Britain Conservatives
    Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron delivers his keynote speech to delegates at the Conservative Party annual party conference in the International Convention Centre in Birmingham, England, Wednesday Oct. 1, 2014. During his speech Cameron revealed anticipated tax changes for the basic rate tax payers and for the people who pay the top rate of tax. (AP Photo / Joe Giddens, PA) UNITED KINGDOM OUT - NO SALES - NO ARCHIVES
    Joe Giddens | AP
  • India Train Accident
    In this Sept. 30, 2014 photo, Indian policemen and workers try to rescue passengers from a damaged train near Gorakhpur city, India. A train overshot a stop signal and plowed into another express passenger train in India's northern Uttar Pradesh state, killing 12 people and injuring dozens, officials said Wednesday.
    AP Photo
  • India Train Accident
    In this Sept. 30, 2014 photo, passengers are rescued from a damaged train near Gorakhpur city, India. A train overshot a stop signal and plowed into another express passenger train in India's northern Uttar Pradesh state, killing 12 people and injuring dozens, officials said Wednesday.
    AP Photo
  • ADP
    FILE - In this Sept. 3, 2014 photo, people wait in line to sign up for unemployment in Atlantic City, N.J. Payroll processor ADP reports how many jobs private employers added in September on Wednesday, Oct. 1, 2014.
    Mel Evans, File | AP Photo
  • Coca Cola Pay Plan
    FILE - This April 25, 2011 file photo shows a bottle cap on a bottle of Coca-Cola, in Philadelphia. Coca-Cola is revising its pay plan for executives after shareholders including Warren Buffett expressed disapproval and called it excessive.
    Matt Rourke, File | AP Photo
  • Coca Cola Pay Plan
    FILE - In this May 8, 2013 file photo, Coca-Cola CEO Muhtar Kent speaks during a news conference in Atlanta. Coca-Cola is revising its pay plan for executives after shareholders including Warren Buffett expressed disapproval and called it excessive.
    David Goldman, File | AP Photo
  • Music Lady Antebellum
    FILE - In this June 4, 2014 file photo, members of Lady Antebellum, from left, Dave Haywood, Hillary Scott and Charles Kelley arrive at the CMT Awards in Nashville,Tenn. The bands latest release, "747," was released this week.
    Invision | Photo by Wade Payne
  • Britain Ryder Cup Golf
    Europe’s Rory McIlroy acknowledges the crowd on his way to the 3rd green during the singles match on the final day of the Ryder Cup golf tournament, at Gleneagles, Scotland, Sunday, Sept. 28, 2014.
    Peter Morrison | AP Photo
  • General Mills Job Cuts
    FILE - This Sept. 20, 2011 file photo shows the General Mills logo on a box of Fiber One cereal, in Philadelphia. In a Tuesday, Sept. 30, 2014 regulatory filing, General Mills said it plans to cut approximately 700 to 800 jobs, the second time it's trimmed its work force in a month, as the food company adjusts for a shift by U.S. consumers away from boxed or frozen meals.
    Matt Rourke, File | AP Photo
  • Philippines Marcos Wealth
    Andres Bautista, head of the Presidential Commission on Good Government, shows reporters some of the rare paintings of European masters that are allegedly part of the collection of the late dictator Ferdinand Marcos as he meets the press in suburban Mandaluyong city, east of Manila, Philippines on Wednesday, Oct. 1, 2014. Bautista says the Philippine government has seized at least 15 paintings from the former home of the Marcos, part of efforts to recover 156 artworks included in his alleged ill-gotten wealth.
    Aaron Favila | AP Photo
  • Music John Mellencamp
    FILE - In this Sept. 22, 2014 file photo, singer-songwriter John Mellencamp poses for a portrait to promote his 22nd album "Plain Spoken" at the Greenwich Hotel in New York.
    Invision | Photo by Amy Sussman
  • Music John Mellencamp
    FILE - In this Sept. 22, 2014 file photo, singer-songwriter John Mellencamp poses for a portrait to promote his 22nd album "Plain Spoken" at the Greenwich Hotel in New York.
    Invision | Photo by Amy Sussman
  • China Open Tennis
    Novak Djokovic of Serbia celebrates after winning over Vasek Pospisil from Canada during the China Open tennis tournament at the National Tennis Stadium in Beijing, China, Wednesday, Oct. 1, 2014.
    Vincent Thian | AP Photo
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