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  • Algeria Frenchman Kidnapped
    In this still image from video published on the Internet on Monday, Sept. 22, 2014, by a group calling itself Jund al-Khilafah, or Soldiers of the Caliphate, a captive Frenchman appeals to French President Francois Hollande to help free him. The Frenchman, whom the ministry described as a 55-year-old mountain guide, said he was taken hostage by the group on Sunday and reiterated its demands that the French military end its airstrikes in Iraq. The group said it was answering a call by Islamic State group spokesman Abu Muhammad al-Adnani to attack Americans and Europeans.
    AP Photo
  • Illinois Governor Rauner
    Illinois Republican gubernatorial candidate Bruce Rauner shakes a supporter's hand at an event where he was endorsed by a group of African American ministers Monday, Sept. 22, 2014, in Chicago. Rauner is running against Democratic Gov. Pat Quinn in the November general election.
    M. Spencer Green | AP Photo
  • Moral Mondays Alabama
    The Rev. William Barber II, founder of the Forward Together Moral Movement in North Carolina, addresses a rally, Monday, Sept. 22, 2014, on the state Capitol steps in Montgomery, Ala. The rally was organized by Alabama groups seeking to start a similar movement in Alabama.
    Phillip Rawls | AP Photo
  • Moral Mondays Alabama
    The Rev. William Barber II, founder of the Forward Together Moral Movement in North Carolina, addresses a rally Monday, Sept. 22, 2014, on the state Capitol steps in Montgomery, Ala. The rally was organized by Alabama groups seeking to start a similar movement in Alabama.
    Phillip Rawls | AP Photo
  • Moral Mondays Alabama
    The Rev. William Barber II, founder of the Forward Together Moral Movement in North Carolina, addresses a rally Monday, Sept. 22, 2014, on the state Capitol steps in Montgomery, Ala. The rally was organized by Alabama groups seeking to start a similar movement in Alabama.
    Phillip Rawls | AP Photo
  • Exchange POW Burial
    Montana Army National Guard chaplain Ken DuVall salutes the casket of William Bernier during a burial ceremony in the Augusta Cemetery with full military honors Friday, Sept. 19, 2014. Bernier was missing since being shot down in a B-24D Liberator over Madang Province, New Guinea, on April 10, 1944, during World War II. (AP Photo/The Great Falls Tribune, Larry Beckner) NO SALES
    Larry Beckner | AP
  • Exchange POW Burial
    Maj. Gen. Matthew Quinn, Adjunct General of Montana Army National Guard, hands Sandi Jones a U.S. Flag that was draped over the coffin of her uncle, William Bernier, during a burial ceremony in the Augusta Cemetery with full military honors Friday, Sept. 19, 2014. Bernier was missing since being shot down in a B-24D Liberator over Madang Province, New Guinea, on April 10, 1944, during World War II. (AP Photo/The Great Falls Tribune, Larry Beckner) NO SALES
    Larry Beckner | AP
  • Missing Afghan Soldiers
    Passers-by walk toward an entrance to the Cape Cod Mall, Monday, Sept. 22, 2014, in Hyannis, Mass. Police and military officials were searching for three soldiers from the Afghanistan National Army who went missing Saturday during a training exercise at a Cape Cod military base. The three Afghanistan National Army officers were detained Monday at the U.S.-Canadian border, Massachusetts law enforcement officials said.
    Steven Senne | AP Photo
  • Climate Change Private Sector
    FILE - In this Saturday, Jan. 10, 2009, file photo, a flock of geese fly past a smokestack at the Jeffery Energy Center coal power plant near Emmitt, Kan. Hundreds of corporations, insurance companies and pension funds are calling on world leaders gathering for a U.N. summit on climate change this week to attack the problem by making it more costly for businesses to pollute.
    Charlie Riedel, File | AP Photo
  • White House Security
    A Secret Service police officer stands outside the White House in Washington, Monday, Sept. 22, 2014. Earlier, President Barack Obama said the Secret Service does "a great job." He says he is grateful for the "sacrifices" the service performs on his behalf and on behalf of his family. Obama made his comments Monday in the aftermath of Friday's security breach, when an intruder managed to jump the north fence of the White House and escape capture until he was inside the North Portico entrance of the presidential mansion.
    Evan Vucci | AP Photo
  • Perry Indicted
    FILE - In this Aug. 19, 2014 file photo, Texas Gov. Rick Perry, right, arrives at the Blackwell Thurman Criminal Justice Center for booking, in Austin, Texas. In a motion Monday, Sept. 22, 2014, Perry’s attorneys asked the judge to let him skip an Oct. 13 pretrial hearing in the felony abuse of power case against him because he’ll be out of the country.
    Eric Gay, File | AP Photo
  • Clinton Global Initiative
    Chelsea Clinton arrives with her husband Marc Mezvinsky for a session at the Clinton Global Initiative, Monday, Sept. 22, 2014 in New York. The session is called "Reimagining Impact."
    Mark Lennihan | AP Photo
  • Clinton Global Initiative
    Former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton begins to speak at the podium as her husband, former President Bill Clinton, smiles after introducing her at the Clinton Global Initiative, Monday, Sept. 22, 2014 in New York.
    Mark Lennihan | AP Photo
  • Prisons Committee Dispute
    This undated photo provided by the Ohio Senate shows District 21 Sen. Shirley Smith. Smith, the chair of the senate's Correctional Institution Inspection Committee, said Monday, Sept. 22, 2014 that Joanna Saul, the director of the state prison's oversight committee, is guilty of insubordination and should be fired.
    Ohio Senate | AP Photo
  • Clinton Global Initiative
    Former President Bill Clinton and his daughter Chelsea Clinton appear together during the "Reimagining Impact" session at the Clinton Global Initiative, Monday, Sept. 22, 2014 in New York.
    Mark Lennihan | AP Photo
  • Clinton Global Initiative
    Former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton listens during a panel discussion at the Clinton Global Initiative, Monday, Sept. 22, 2014 in New York.
    Mark Lennihan | AP Photo
  • Clinton Global Initiative
    Former President Bill Clinton speaks during the "Reimagining Impact" session at the Clinton Global Initiative, Monday, Sept. 22, 2014 in New York.
    Mark Lennihan | AP Photo
  • Denver Sheriff-Inmate Death
    This undated photo provided by the Denver Department of Safety shows Marvin Booker, a homeless Denver street preacher. Jury selection gets underway Monday, Sept. 22, 2014, in the civil trial for five Denver sheriff's deputies accused of causing the 2010 death of Booker in the downtown jail. Booker died after deputies shocked him with a Taser after he was handcuffed, put him in a sleeper hold and lay on top of him.
    Denver Department of Safety | AP Photo
  • Turkey Syria Refugees
    A Kurdish demonstrator runs to throw stones toward riot police during clashes as thousands of Syrian refugees continue to arrive at the border in Suruc, Turkey, Monday, Sept. 22, 2014. Turkey opened its border Saturday to allow in up to 60,000 people who massed on the Turkey-Syria border, fleeing the Islamic militants’ advance on Kobani.
    Burhan Ozbilici | AP Photo
  • Turkey Syria Refugees
    Turkish soldiers sit, as thousands of Syrian refugees continue to arrive at the border in Suruc, Turkey, Monday, Sept. 22, 2014. Some 130,000 Syrian refugees have reached Turkey in the past four days after fleeing the advance of Islamic State militants, Turkey's deputy prime minister said Monday, warning that the number could rise further as the militants press ahead with an onslaught.
    Burhan Ozbilici | AP Photo
  • APTOPIX Turkey Syria Refugees
    People help a man, who was hit with a stone thrown by demonstrators, during clashes between Kurdish demonstrators and riot police in Suruc, Turkey, Monday, Sept. 22, 2014. Thousands of Syrian refugees continue to arrive at the border after Turkey opened its border Saturday to allow in up to 60,000 people who massed on the Turkey-Syria border, fleeing the Islamic militants’ advance on Kobani.
    Burhan Ozbilici | AP Photo
  • Turkey Syria Refugees
    Riot police use water cannons to disperse Kurdish demonstrators who were clashing with Turkish security forces, as thousands of Syrian refugees continue to arrive at the border in Suruc, Turkey, Monday, Sept. 22, 2014. Turkey opened its border Saturday to allow in up to 60,000 people who massed on the Turkey-Syria border, fleeing the Islamic militants’ advance on Kobani.
    Burhan Ozbilici | AP Photo
  • Turkey Syria Refugees
    Riot police use water cannons to disperse Kurdish demonstrators who were clashing with Turkish security forces, as thousands of Syrian refugees continue to arrive at the border in Suruc, Turkey, Monday, Sept. 22, 2014. Turkey opened its border Saturday to allow in up to 60,000 people who massed on the Turkey-Syria border, fleeing the Islamic militants’ advance on Kobani.
    Burhan Ozbilici | AP Photo
  • Turkey Syria Refugees
    Riot police use teargas to disperse Kurdish demonstrators who were clashing with Turkish security forces as thousands of Syrian refugees continue to arrive at the border in Suruc, Turkey, Monday, Sept. 22, 2014. Turkey opened its border Saturday to allow in up to 60,000 people who massed on the Turkey-Syria border, fleeing the Islamic militants’ advance on Kobani.
    Burhan Ozbilici | AP Photo
  • Turkey Syria Refugees
    A car hit by a teargas canister burns as riot police use teargas to disperse Kurdish demonstrators as thousands of Syrian refugees continue to arrive at the border in Suruc, Turkey, Monday, Sept. 22, 2014. Turkey opened its border Saturday to allow in up to 60,000 people who massed on the Turkey-Syria border, fleeing the Islamic militants’ advance on Kobani.
    Burhan Ozbilici | AP Photo
  • Hospital Fatal Crash
    Investigators examine the scene Sunday evening, Sept. 21, 2014 after two people were killed and a third left in critical condition when a car crashed into Wyoming Medical Center on Second Street in Casper, Wyo. Hospital spokeswoman Kristy Bleizeffer says the emergency room entrance was closed immediately after the crash but now has reopened. No hospital staff members were injured. (AP Photo/Casper Star-Tribune, Alan Rogers) MANDATORY CREDIT
    Alan Rogers | AP
  • Hospital Fatal Crash
    Investigators examine the scene Sunday evening, Sept. 21, 2014 after two people were killed and a third left in critical condition when a car crashed into Wyoming Medical Center on Second Street in Casper, Wyo. Hospital spokeswoman Kristy Bleizeffer says the emergency room entrance was closed immediately after the crash but now has reopened. No hospital staff members were injured. (AP Photo/Casper Star-Tribune, Alan Rogers) MANDATORY CREDIT
    Alan Rogers | AP
  • Hospital Fatal Crash
    Investigators examine the scene Sunday evening, Sept. 21, 2014 after two people were killed and a third left in critical condition when a car crashed into Wyoming Medical Center on Second Street in Casper, Wyo. Hospital spokeswoman Kristy Bleizeffer says the emergency room entrance was closed immediately after the crash but now has reopened. No hospital staff members were injured. (AP Photo/Casper Star-Tribune, Alan Rogers) MANDATORY CREDIT
    Alan Rogers | AP
  • Missing Afghan Soldiers
    Vehicles are stopped by security personnel as they enter a gate Monday, Sept. 22, 2014, to Camp Edwards, Mass., on Cape Cod. Police and military officials were searching Monday for three soldiers from the Afghanistan National Army who went missing Saturday during a training exercise at the base. The Afghan soldiers had been participating in a U.S. Central Command Regional Cooperation training exercise at Joint Base Cape Cod, at Camp Edwards, U.S. military officials said.
    Steven Senne | AP Photo
  • Education-Prize
    Gwinnett County Public Schools officials Tricia Kennedy, from left, Jody Reeves and Nikki Mouton, embrace upon hearing the announcement their school district will share the Broad Prize, the largest education award given to U.S. school districts, during a watch party, Monday, Sept. 22, 2014, in Suwanee, Ga. Officials announced Monday the $1 million Broad Prize for Urban Education will be shared by Gwinnett County Public Schools in Georgia and Orange County Public Schools in Florida. The prize rewards school districts that demonstrate the greatest overall performance and improvement in student achievement while reducing achievement gaps among low-income students and students of color.
    David Goldman | AP Photo
  • Education-Prize
    Gwinnett County Public Schools official Paula Everett-Truppi, holds a fan while waiting for the announcement on whether her school district will win the Broad Prize, the largest education award given to U.S. school districts, during a watch party, Monday, Sept. 22, 2014, in Suwanee, Ga. Officials announced Monday the $1 million Broad Prize for Urban Education will be shared by Gwinnett County Public Schools in Georgia and Orange County Public Schools in Florida. The prize rewards school districts that demonstrate the greatest overall performance and improvement in student achievement while reducing achievement gaps among low-income students and students of color.
    David Goldman | AP Photo
  • Broad Prize
    Gwinnett County Public Schools officials from left, Jody Reeves, Nikki Mouton and Sloan Roach wait to hear the announcement of whether their school district will win the Broad Prize, the largest education award given to U.S. school districts, during a watch party, Monday, Sept. 22, 2014, in Suwanee, Ga. Officials announced Monday the $1 million Broad Prize for Urban Education will be shared by Gwinnett County Public Schools in Georgia and Orange County Public Schools in Florida. The prize rewards school districts that demonstrate the greatest overall performance and improvement in student achievement while reducing achievement gaps among low-income students and students of color.
    David Goldman | AP Photo
  • Education Prize
    Teachers and employees of Orange County Public Schools cheer at a watch party during the announcement of the prize awarded to the school system in the nation with the greatest overall performance and improvement in student achievement, Monday, Sept. 22, 2014, in Orlando, Fla. Orange County Public Schools in Orlando and Gwinnett County Public Schools in metro Atlanta will share the prize.
    John Raoux | AP Photo
  • Education-Prize
    Gwinnett County Public Schools officials Nikki Mouton, left, and Sloan Roach, right, celebrate upon hearing the announcement that their school district will share the Broad Prize, the largest education award given to U.S. school districts, during a watch party, Monday, Sept. 22, 2014, in Suwanee, Ga. Officials announced Monday the $1 million Broad Prize for Urban Education will be shared by Gwinnett County Public Schools in Georgia and Orange County Public Schools in Florida. The prize rewards school districts that demonstrate the greatest overall performance and improvement in student achievement while reducing achievement gaps among low-income students and students of color.
    David Goldman | AP Photo
  • Education-Prize
    Gwinnett County Public Schools officials from left, Tricia Kennedy, Jody Reeves and Nikki Mouton, embrace upon hearing the announcement their school district will share the Broad Prize, the largest education award given to U.S. school districts, during a watch party, Monday, Sept. 22, 2014, in Suwanee, Ga. Officials announced Monday the $1 million Broad Prize for Urban Education will be shared by Gwinnett County Public Schools in Georgia and Orange County Public Schools in Florida. The prize rewards school districts that demonstrate the greatest overall performance and improvement in student achievement while reducing achievement gaps among low-income students and students of color.
    David Goldman | AP Photo
  • Education Prize
    Dorina Sackman, front right, Florida Teacher of the Year for 2014, joins other teachers and employees of Orange County Public Schools cheering at a watch party during the announcement of the Broad Prize awarded to the school system in the nation with the greatest overall performance and improvement in student achievement, Monday, Sept. 22, 2014, in Orlando, Fla. Orange County Public Schools in Orlando and Gwinnett County Public Schools in metro Atlanta will share the prize.
    John Raoux | AP Photo
  • Education Prize
    Teachers and employees of Orange County Public Schools cheer at a watch party during the announcement of the prize awarded to the school system in the nation with the greatest overall performance and improvement in student achievement, Monday, Sept. 22, 2014, in Orlando, Fla. Orange County Public Schools in Orlando and Gwinnett County Public Schools in metro Atlanta will share the prize.
    John Raoux | AP Photo
  • Education Prize
    Teachers and employees of Orange County Public Schools cheer at a watch party during the announcement of the prize awarded to the school system in the nation with the greatest overall performance and improvement in student achievement, Monday, Sept. 22, 2014, in Orlando, Fla. Orange County Public Schools in Orlando and Gwinnett County Public Schools in metro Atlanta will share the prize.
    John Raoux | AP Photo
  • Missing Afghan Soldiers
    Vehicles are stopped by security personal as they enter a gate Monday, Sept. 22, 2014, to Camp Edwards, Mass., on Cape Cod. Police and military officials were searching Monday for three soldiers from the Afghanistan National Army who went missing Saturday during a training exercise at the base. The Afghan soldiers had been participating in a U.S. Central Command Regional Cooperation training exercise at Joint Base Cape Cod, at Camp Edwards, U.S. military officials said.
    Steven Senne | AP Photo
  • Police Barracks Shooting
    A Pennsylvania state trooper draws his weapon in a wooded area on Snow Hill Road in Price Township, Pa., during a huge manhunt for suspected killer Eric Frein on Sunday, Sept. 21, 2014, near Canadensis, Pa. Authorities have had no confirmed sightings of Frein but said they found an assault rifle that he was carrying in the dense northeastern Pennsylvania woods.
    The Scranton Times-Tribune, Butch Comegys | AP Photo
  • Kansas Senate
    In this Sept. 18, 2014 photo Independent Kansas U.S. Senate candidate Greg Orman and his wife Sybil watch from the sidelines during the second half of an NCAA college football game between Kansas State and Auburn in Manhattan, Kan. Orman released a copy of his financial disclosure report on Monday, Sept. 22 that candidates for federal office must file each quarter: he says he owns assets worth between $21.5 million and $86 million.
    Charlie Riedel | AP Photo
  • Foreign Fighters
    FILE - In this Sept. 24, 2013 file photo, President Barack Obama addresses the 68th session of the United Nations General Assembly. The United Nations Security Council is expected to adopt a binding resolution this week that would require nations to bar their citizens from traveling abroad to join terrorism organizations, part of a U.S.-led effort to galvanize the international community against what Obama administration officials call an "unprecedented" threat from extremists flocking to Syria and Iraq.
    Richard Drew, File | AP Photo
  • Mideast Iraq
    FILE - In this June 20, 2014, file photo, Kurdish peshmerga fighters takes their positions behind sand barriers at the village of Taza Khormato in the northern oil rich province of Kirkuk, Iraq. The insurgents came at midday, walking across a canal, advancing under cover of mortar fire toward the cluster of three Iraqi villages. Iraqi Kurdish forces have begun receiving training from western allies including the United States as they seek to beef up their capabilities against the Islamic State militant group, a top Kurdish security official said Monday, Sept. 22, 2014.
    Hussein Malla, File | AP Photo
  • Mideast Iraq
    FILE - In this Friday, Aug. 8, 2014 file photo, Kurdish Peshmerga fighters detain a man suspected as a militant for the Islamic State group, as airstrikes target Islamic State militants near the Khazer checkpoint outside of the city of Irbil in northern Iraq. Iraqi Kurdish forces have begun receiving training from western allies including the United States as they seek to beef up their capabilities against the Islamic State militant group, a top Kurdish security official said Monday, Sept. 22, 2014.
    Khalid Mohammed, File | AP Photo
  • Policing the Ice Hockey
    FILE - In this April 14, 2012, file photo, Canada's Meghan Agosta shows off her gold medal after Canada defeated the United States at the World Women's Ice Hockey Championships in Burlington, Vt. When her teammates arrive Monday, Sept. 22, 2014, in Calgary for training camp, Agosta will instead report to the Justice Institute of British Columbia with her badge and gun. The three-time Olympic gold medallist in women's hockey is training to be a police officer in the city where she earned one of those gold medals.
    The Canadian Press, Paul Chiasson, File | AP Photo
  • Policing the Ice Hockey
    FILE - In this April 8, 2009, file photo, Team Canada's Meghan Agosta, left, pulls away from team Finland's Saija Sirvio during second period action at the Women's World Hockey Championships in Hameenlinna, Finland. When her teammates arrive Monday, Sept. 22, 2014, in Calgary for training camp, Meghan Agosta will instead report to the Justice Institute of British Columbia with her badge and gun. The three-time Olympic gold medallist in women's hockey is training to be a police officer in the city where she earned one of those gold medals.
    The Canadian Press, Jacques Boissinot, File | AP Photo
  • Policing the Ice Hockey
    FILE - In this Sept. 6, 2009, file photo, Team Canada's Meghan Agosta, foreground, celebrates her first period goal against the United States as teammate Marie-Philip Poulin, right, looks on during the gold medal match at the Hockey Canada Cup tournament in Vancouver. (AP Photo/The Canadian Press, Jonathan Hayward, File
    Jonathan Hayward | AP
  • APTOPIX Clinton Global Initiative
    Former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton is welcomed to the stage by her husband, former U.S. President Bill Clinton, at the Clinton Global Initiative, Monday, Sept. 22, 2014 in New York. The session is called "Reimagining Impact."
    Mark Lennihan | AP Photo
  • APTOPIX Clinton Global Initiative
    Former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton is welcomed to the stage by her husband, former U.S. President Bill Clinton, at the Clinton Global Initiative, Monday, Sept. 22, 2014, in New York. The session is called "Reimagining Impact."
    Mark Lennihan | AP Photo
  • Health Overhaul-Changing Numbers
    FILE - In this Sept. 18, 2014 file photo, Medicaid Administrator Marilyn Tavenner testifies on Capitol Hill in Washington. Scrambled statistics are becoming part of the growing pains for President Barack Obama’s health care law. The administration has had to revise and refine some initial enrollment numbers after they turned out to be too optimistic. At other times, less-favorable metrics leaked out after officials claimed not to have such data.
    Manuel Balce Ceneta, File | AP Photo
  • White House Security
    A member of the Secret Service Uniformed Division looks out from the North Portico of the White House in Washington, Monday, Sept. 22, 2014. The Secret Service tightened their guard outside the White House after Friday's embarrassing breach in the security of one of the most closely protected buildings in the world. A man is accused of scaling the White House perimeter fence, running across the lawn and entering the presidential mansion before agents stopped him.
    Carolyn Kaster | AP Photo
  • White House Security
    A member of security with a weapon walks along the interior of the perimeter fence on White House North Lawn along Pennsylvania Avenue in Washington, Monday, Sept. 22, 2014. The Secret Service tightened their guard outside the White House after Friday's embarrassing breach in the security of one of the most closely protected buildings in the world. A man is accused of scaling the White House perimeter fence, running across the lawn and entering the presidential mansion before agents stopped him.
    Carolyn Kaster | AP Photo
  • White House Security
    The perimeter fence sits in front of the White House fence on the North Lawn along Pennsylvania Avenue in Washington, Monday, Sept. 22, 2014. The Secret Service tightened their guard outside the White House after Friday's embarrassing breach in the security of one of the most closely protected buildings in the world. A man is accused of scaling the White House perimeter fence, running across the lawn and entering the presidential mansion before agents stopped him.
    Carolyn Kaster | AP Photo
  • Call of Duty Noriega Lawsuit
    This image provided by Activision Blizzard Inc. shows Manuel Noriega as depicted in the game publisher's 2012 game, "Call of Duty: Black Ops II." Activision on Monday, Sept. 22, 2014 announced that former New York City Mayor Rudy Guiliani is joining the video game maker's legal team in seeking to dismiss a lawsuit filed by the former Panamanian dictator for use of his likeness without permission.
    Activision Blizzard | AP Photo
  • Call of Duty Noriega Lawsuit
    FILE - In this March 30, 1988 file photo, Manuel Noriega speaks at a Solidarity for Panama Conference in Panama City. Game publisher Activision on Monday, Sept. 22, 2014 announced that former New York City Mayor Rudy Guiliani is joining its legal team in seeking to dismiss a lawsuit filed by the former Panamanian dictator for use of his likeness without permission in the popular "Call of Duty" franchise.
    Carlos Guardia, File | AP Photo
  • Call of Duty Noriega Lawsuit
    FILE - In this May 12, 2014 file photo, former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani speaks at the Manhattan Institute for Policy Research Alexander Hamilton Award Dinner in New York. Activision Blizzard Inc. on Monday, Sept. 22, 2014 announced that Giuliani is joining the video game maker's legal team in seeking to dismiss a lawsuit filed by former Panamanian dictator Manuel Noriega against the popular "Call of Duty" franchise.
    John Minchillo, File | AP Photo
  • Dearborn-City Hall
    After almost 100 years, Dearborn City Hall, a historic site, seen in a Wednesday, Sept. 17, 2014 photo, is moving two miles west to 16901 Michigan Avenue. The plan is for the new owners to convert the building into a live/work art space. (AP Photo/Detroit Free Press, Regina H. Boone) DETROIT NEWS OUT; NO SALES
    Regina H. Boone | AP
  • Dearborn-City Hall
    After almost 100 years, Dearborn City Hall, a historic site, seen in a Wednesday, Sept. 17, 2014 photo, is moving two miles west to 16901 Michigan Avenue. The plan is for the new owners to convert the building into a live/work art space. (AP Photo/Detroit Free Press, Regina H. Boone) DETROIT NEWS OUT; NO SALES
    Regina H. Boone | AP
  • Dearborn-City Hall
    In a Sept. 9, 2014 photo, Dearborn Mayor Jack O'Reilly Jr. points to a weight scale in the City Hall lobby used by former Dearborn Mayor Orville Hubbard when he went on a diet and urged other employees to also lose weight. The nearly 100 year-old Dearborn City Hall, a historic site, is moving two miles west to 16901 Michigan Avenue. The plan is for the new owners to convert the building into a live/work art space. (AP Photo/Detroit Free Press, Niraj Warikoo) DETROIT NEWS OUT; NO SALES
    Niraj Warikoo | AP
  • Dearborn-City Hall
    This is a Wednesday, Sept. 17, 2014 view of the front lobby of Dearborn City Hall, a historic site that is moving two miles west to 16901 Michigan Avenue. The plan is for the new owners to convert the building into a live/work art space. (AP Photo/Detroit Free Press, Regina H. Boone) DETROIT NEWS OUT; NO SALES
    Regina H. Boone | AP
  • Dearborn-City Hall
    This is a Wednesday, Sept. 17, 2014 view from the spiral staircase down in the nearly 100 year-old Dearborn City Hall, a historic site that is moving two miles west to 16901 Michigan Avenue. The plan is for the new owners to convert the building into a live/work art space. (AP Photo/Detroit Free Press, Regina H. Boone) DETROIT NEWS OUT; NO SALES
    Regina H. Boone | AP
  • Dearborn-City Hall
    Mayors of Dearborn have called this room inside of Dearborn City Hall, seen in a Sept, 17, 2014 photo, their office for almost 100 years. Dearborn City Hall, a historic site, is moving two miles west to 16901 Michigan Avenue. The plan is for the new owners to convert the building into a live/work art space. (AP Photo/Detroit Free Press, Regina H. Boone) DETROIT NEWS OUT; NO SALES
    Regina H. Boone | AP
  • Gun Rights Protest
    In this Sunday, Sept. 21, 2014 photo, gun-rights advocate Charles Copeland, 38, of Beverly Hills, Mich., pushes a stroller and carries his Ruger Mini 14 Rifle during a protest of the recent arrest of 24-year-old Elijah Woody, in Detroit. Woody says he was unlawfully arrested because police are against open-carry laws. (AP Photo/Detroit Free Press, Mandi Wright) DETROIT NEWS OUT; NO SALES
    Mandi Wright | AP
  • Gun Rights Protest
    In this Sunday, Sept. 21, 2014 photo, gun-rights advocates take part in a protest of the recent arrest of 24-year-old Elijah Woody, in Detroit. Woody says he was unlawfully arrested because police are against open-carry laws. (AP Photo/Detroit Free Press, Mandi Wright) DETROIT NEWS OUT; NO SALES
    Mandi Wright | AP
  • Gun Rights Protest
    In this Sunday, Sept. 21, 2014 photo, Elijah Woody, 24, of Detroit, left, waits on fellow gun-rights advocates to show their support of him after his arrest last week, in Detroit. Woody says he was unlawfully arrested because police are against open-carry laws. (AP Photo/Detroit Free Press, Mandi Wright) DETROIT NEWS OUT; NO SALES
    Mandi Wright | AP
  • Ukraine
    Smoke rises over a residential area in the north of the rebel-held city of Donetsk, eastern Ukraine, Monday, Sept. 22, 2014. A cease-fire was called on Sept. 5 but has been violated repeatedly. Negotiators from Ukraine, Russia, the rebels and the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe last week tried to further the peace process with an agreement calling for both sides to halt their advances and for pulling back heavy artillery in order to create a buffer zone.
    Darko Vojinovic | AP Photo
  • Ukraine
    A couple on a sunny autumn day are seen in park in the town of Donetsk, eastern Ukraine, Monday, Sept. 22, 2014. A cease-fire was called on Sept. 5 but has been violated repeatedly. Negotiators from Ukraine, Russia, the rebels and the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe last week tried to further the peace process with an agreement calling for both sides to halt their advances and for pulling back heavy artillery in order to create a buffer zone.
    Darko Vojinovic | AP Photo
  • Ukraine
    Street musicians perform in the town of Donetsk, eastern Ukraine, Monday, Sept. 22, 2014. A cease-fire was called on Sept. 5 but has been violated repeatedly. Negotiators from Ukraine, Russia, the rebels and the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe last week tried to further the peace process with an agreement calling for both sides to halt their advances and for pulling back heavy artillery in order to create a buffer zone.
    Darko Vojinovic | AP Photo
  • Ukraine
    Smoke rises over a residential area in the north of the rebel-held city of Donetsk, eastern Ukraine, Monday, Sept. 22, 2014. A cease-fire was called on Sept. 5 but has been violated repeatedly. Negotiators from Ukraine, Russia, the rebels and the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe last week tried to further the peace process with an agreement calling for both sides to halt their advances and for pulling back heavy artillery in order to create a buffer zone.
    Darko Vojinovic | AP Photo
  • Illinois Governor Libertarian
    In this Sept. 15, 2014 photo, Chad Grimm, the Libertarian candidate for Illinois governor, speaks with The Associated Press during an interview at the state Capitol in Springfield, Ill. Grimm says he knows he has little chance to win in the November election, but he just might be the guy who decides who does.
    Seth Perlman | AP Photo
  • Illinois Governor Libertarian
    In this Sept. 15, 2014 photo, Chad Grimm, the Libertarian candidate for Illinois governor, speaks with The Associated Press during an interview at the state Capitol in Springfield, Ill. Grimm says he knows he has little chance to win in the November election, but he just might be the guy who decides who does.
    Seth Perlman | AP Photo
  • Illinois Governor Libertarian
    In this Sept. 15, 2014 photo, Chad Grimm, the Libertarian candidate for Illinois governor, speaks with The Associated Press during an interview at the state Capitol in Springfield, Ill. Grimm says he knows he has little chance to win in the November election, but he just might be the guy who decides who does.
    Seth Perlman | AP Photo
  • Illinois Governor Libertarian
    In this Sept. 15, 2014 photo, Chad Grimm, the Libertarian candidate for Illinois governor, speaks with The Associated Press during an interview at the state Capitol in Springfield, Ill. Grimm says he knows he has little chance to win in the November election, but he just might be the guy who decides who does.
    Seth Perlman | AP Photo
  • Nigeria Building Collapse
    Lindiwe Ndwandwe, a 33 year old South African woman ,who spent five days under the rubble of a collapsed building belonging to the Synagogue Church of All Nations, before she was rescued, cries near the rubble, in Lagos, Nigeria, Saturday, 20. 2014. Lives were lost as church officials prevented workers from rescuing victims at the scene of a collapsed building in Lagos, Nigeria’s emergency agency said Friday. Most victims were South African, according to the South African government, which said at least 67 South Africans died and 17 appear missing in the rubble of the six-story building that had a shopping mall on the ground floor and guest rooms above.
    Sunday Alamba | AP Photo
  • Nigeria Building Collapse
    Lindiwe Ndwandwe, a 33 year old South African woman ,who spent five days under the rubble of a collapsed building belonging to the Synagogue Church of All Nations, before she was rescued, stands near the rubble in Lagos, Nigeria, Saturday, 20. 2014. Lives were lost as church officials prevented workers from rescuing victims at the scene of a collapsed building in Lagos, Nigeria’s emergency agency said Friday. Most victims were South African, according to the South African government, which said at least 67 South Africans died and 17 appear missing in the rubble of the six-story building that had a shopping mall on the ground floor and guest rooms above.
    Sunday Alamba | AP Photo
  • Turkey Syria Refugees
    Kurdish demonsrators clash with Turkish security forces as thousands of Syrian refugees continue to arrive at the border in Suruc, Turkey, Monday, Sept. 22, 2014. Turkey opened its border Saturday to allow in up to 60,000 people who massed on the Turkey-Syria border, fleeing the Islamic militants’ advance on Kobani.
    Burhan Ozbilici | AP Photo
  • Turkey Syria Refugees
    Kurdish demonsrators clash with Turkish security forces as thousands of Syrian refugees continue to arrive at the border in Suruc, Turkey, Monday, Sept. 22, 2014. Some 130,000 Syrian refugees have reached Turkey in the past four days after fleeing the advance of Islamic State militants, Turkey's deputy prime minister said Monday, warning that the number could rise further as the militants press ahead with an onslaught.
    Burhan Ozbilici | AP Photo
  • Pakistan
    In this undated handout photo released by Pakistan's rangers, Maj. Gen. Rizwan Akhtar, right, walks with Prime minister Nawaz Sharif in Karachi, Pakistan. Pakistan's army on Monday, Sept. 22, 2014, named a new chief to head the country's premier intelligence agency, the Inter-Services Intelligence Directorate, which is also known by its acronym ISI.
    Pakistan Rangers | AP Photo
  • Pakistan
    In this undated handout photo released by Pakistan's rangers, Maj. Gen. Rizwan Akhtar, visits the rangers headquarters in Karachi, Pakistan. Pakistan's army on Monday, Sept. 22, 2014, named a new chief to head the country's premier intelligence agency, the Inter-Services Intelligence Directorate, which is also known by its acronym ISI.
    Pakistan Rangers | AP Photo
  • Germany France
    German Chancellor Angela Merkel, right, and the Prime Minister of France, Manuel Valls, left, attend a press conference following their meeting at the chancellery in Berlin, Germany, Monday, Sept. 22, 2014.
    Axel Schmidt | AP Photo
  • Germany France
    German Chancellor Angela Merkel, right, and the Prime Minister of France, Manuel Valls, left, leave a press conference following their meeting at the chancellery in Berlin, Germany, Monday, Sept. 22, 2014.
    Axel Schmidt | AP Photo
  • United Nations
    French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius, left, and U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry shake hands before a meeting at the Waldorf Astoria in New York Sunday Sept. 21, 2014.
    Tina Fineberg | AP Photo
  • Hong Kong Student Strike
    Students wave their fists during a rally at the Chinese University of Hong Kong campus in Hong Kong, Monday, Sept. 22, 2014. Thousands of Hong Kong students boycotted classes Monday to protest Beijing’s decision to restrict electoral reforms in a weeklong strike marking the latest phase in the battle for democracy in the southern Chinese city.
    Vincent Yu | AP Photo
  • Hong Kong Student Strike
    Students wave their fists during a rally at the Chinese University of Hong Kong campus in Hong Kong, Monday, Sept. 22, 2014. Thousands of Hong Kong students boycotted classes Monday to protest Beijing’s decision to restrict electoral reforms in a weeklong strike marking the latest phase in the battle for democracy in the southern Chinese city.
    Vincent Yu | AP Photo
  • Hong Kong Student Strike
    Students stage a rally at the Chinese University of Hong Kong campus in Hong Kong, Monday, Sept. 22, 2014. Thousands of Hong Kong students boycotted classes Monday to protest Beijing’s decision to restrict electoral reforms in a weeklong strike marking the latest phase in the battle for democracy in the southern Chinese city.
    Vincent Yu | AP Photo
  • Afghanistan
    Afghanistan's presidential election candidate Ashraf Ghani Ahmadzai leaves after signing a power-sharing deal at the presidential palace in Kabul, Afghanistan, Sunday, Sept. 21, 2014. Ahmadzai, who will become president, and Abdullah Abdullah signed the national unity government deal as outgoing President Hamid Karzai watched.
    Massoud Hossaini | AP Photo
  • Hong Kong Student Strike
    Students stage a rally at the Chinese University of Hong Kong campus in Hong Kong, Monday, Sept. 22, 2014. Thousands of Hong Kong students boycotted classes Monday to protest Beijing’s decision to restrict electoral reforms in a weeklong strike marking the latest phase in the battle for democracy in the southern Chinese city.
    Vincent Yu | AP Photo
  • Hong Kong Student Strike
    Students stage a rally at the Chinese University of Hong Kong campus in Hong Kong, Monday, Sept. 22, 2014. Thousands of Hong Kong students boycotted classes Monday to protest Beijing’s decision to restrict electoral reforms in a weeklong strike marking the latest phase in the battle for democracy in the southern Chinese city.
    Vincent Yu | AP Photo
  • Hong Kong Student Strike
    Students gather for a rally at the Chinese University of Hong Kong campus in Hong Kong, Monday, Sept. 22, 2014. Thousands of Hong Kong students boycotted classes Monday to protest Beijing’s decision to restrict electoral reforms in a weeklong strike marking the latest phase in the battle for democracy in the southern Chinese city.
    Vincent Yu | AP Photo
  • Hong Kong Student Strike
    Students attend a rally at the Chinese University of Hong Kong campus in Hong Kong, Monday, Sept. 22, 2014. Thousands of Hong Kong students boycotted classes Monday to protest Beijing’s decision to restrict electoral reforms in a weeklong strike marking the latest phase in the battle for democracy in the southern Chinese city.
    Vincent Yu | AP Photo
  • Poland Government
    Poland's Prime Minister-designate Ewa Kopacz speaks during the presentation of the ministers of her cabinet as new Foreign Minister Grzegorz Schetyna, left, stands behind, in Warsaw, Poland, Friday, Sept. 19, 2014. The new Polish government will be sworn in on Monday Sept. 22.
    Alik Keplicz | AP Photo
  • Germany Apprentice Shortage
    In this Thursday, Sept. 11, 2014 photo, apprentice Jan Val stands in the so-called blue kitchen of the restaurant Tauro in Berlin. The 800-seat eatery caters to Berlin’s affluent Prenzlauer Berg district and when the evening crush starts, owner Gerd Spitzer needs all hands on deck, including the apprentices he's relieved to have found after receiving no suitable applicants last year.
    Markus Schreiber | AP Photo
  • Germany Apprentice Shortage
    In this Thursday, Sept. 11, 2014 photo, master baker Peter Schoenheit stands in front of his baking oven inside his bakery in Berlin. Schoenheit said it's very difficult to find apprentices or employees to keep his bakery running. In four years he plans to retire and is already looking for a successor for the bakery, which has been at the same site for 120 years.
    Markus Schreiber | AP Photo
  • Germany Apprentice Shortage
    In this Thursday, Sept. 11, 2014 photo, master baker Peter Schoenheit stands in front of his baking oven inside his bakery in Berlin. Schoenheit said it's very difficult to find apprentices or employees to keep his bakery running. In four years he plans to retire and is already looking for a successor for the bakery, which has been at the same site for 120 years.
    Markus Schreiber | AP Photo
  • Germany Apprentice Shortage
    In this Sept. 11, 2014 photo, Gerd Spitzer stands in front of the so-called blue kitchen of his restaurant Tauro in Berlin. The 800-seat eatery caters to Berlin’s affluent Prenzlauer Berg district and when the evening crush starts, Spitzer needs all hands on deck, including the apprentices he's relieved to have found after receiving no suitable applicants last year.
    Markus Schreiber | AP Photo
  • Russia Low Profile Analysis
    FILE - In this Aug. 29, 2014, file photo, Russian President Vladimir Putin holds a terrestrial globe, with Russian territory colored pink, seemingly including Crimea, presented to him as a gift during his meeting with participants in the youth educational forum at the Seliger youth camp near Lake Seliger, Russia. As world leaders gather at the U.N., during the week of Sept. 22, 2014, the U.S. and its European allies are consumed by efforts to blunt the savage advance of the Islamic State group, to end the raging Ebola epidemic and to make progress in nuclear negotiations with Iran. That’s likely just fine with Putin, since these issues distract from Russia’s presence in neighboring Ukraine.
    RIA-Novosti, Presidential Press Service, Mikhail Klimentyev, Pool, File | AP Photo
  • Fiji Election
    FILE - In this Sept. 17, 2014 file photo, Fiji's military ruler Voreqe Bainimarama arrives at a polling station to cast his vote in a national election in Suva, Fiji. Official results Monday, Sept. 22, 2014, from a landmark Fiji election confirm a big win for the nation's military ruler. Bainimarama and his Fiji First party won an outright majority in the Parliament by taking 32 of 50 seats, according to results released by the Fijian Elections Office.
    Pita Ligaiula, File | AP Photo
  • Congress Wary About War
    FILE - In this July 29, 2014, file photo, Senate Foreign Relations Committee Chairman Sen. Robert Menendez, left, D-N.J., talks with ranking member Sen. Bob Corker, R-Tenn., on Capitol Hill in Washington. In the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, Menendez and Corker say they'll draft a bill in the lame-duck session repealing what they call outdated authorizations for the use of force and replace them with a new one.
    Susan Walsh, File | AP Photo
  • New Zealand Flag
    FILE - In this March 3, 2014 file photo, Victor Gizzi, left, and David Moginie, managers at flag manufacturer Flagmakers, pose next to flags of New Zealand, left, and Australia, in their factory near Wellington, New Zealand. Fresh off a big election win, New Zealand Prime Minster John Key says he wants the nation to vote next year on changing its flag. Key told television station TV3 on Monday, Sept. 22, 2014, that he wants a national referendum held in 2015. Opponents say it’s too similar to Australia’s flag and doesn't reflect New Zealand’s independence from Britain.
    Nick Perry, File | AP Photo
  • Mideast Israel Palestinians Glance
    FILE - In this Sept. 7, 2014, file photo, Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas waves to photographers as he arrives to attend an Arab foreign minister meeting at the Arab League headquarters in Cairo, Egypt. It's a busy week in Mideast diplomacy, book-ended by the launch of Israel-Hamas talks about a border deal for blockaded Gaza and the Palestinian president's U.N. speech scheduled for Friday, Sept, 26, 2014, about a new strategy for dealing with Israel.
    Hassan Ammar, File | AP Photo
  • Mideast Israel Palestinians Glance
    FILE - In this July 23, 2014, file photo, U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry meets with Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas, right, in Ramallah. It's a busy week in Mideast diplomacy, book-ended by the launch of Israel-Hamas talks about a border deal for blockaded Gaza and the Palestinian president's U.N. speech scheduled for Friday, Sept, 26, 2014, about a new strategy for dealing with Israel.
    Charles Dharapak, File | AP Photo
  • Mideast Israel Palestinians Glance
    File - In this Aug. 28, 2014, file photo, Khaled Mashaal leader of the Palestinian Islamic militant movement Hamas, that has governed Gaza since a 2007 takeover, speaks during a speech held in Katara in Doha, Qatar. It's a busy week in Mideast diplomacy, book-ended by the launch of Israel-Hamas talks about a border deal for blockaded Gaza and the Palestinian president's U.N. speech scheduled for Friday, Sept, 26, 2014, about a new strategy for dealing with Israel.
    Osama Faisal, File | AP Photo
  • Mideast Israel Palestinians Glance
    FILE - In this Aug. 2, 2014, file photo, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu speaks during a news conference at the defense ministry in Tel Aviv, Israel. It's a busy week in Mideast diplomacy, book-ended by the launch of Israel-Hamas talks about a border deal for blockaded Gaza and the Palestinian president's U.N. speech scheduled for Friday, Sept, 26, 2014, about a new strategy for dealing with Israel.
    Oded Balilty, File | AP Photo
  • Afghanistan
    Supporters of Afghan presidential candidate Ashraf Ghani Ahmadzai celebrate with music and dancing near his residence after he was named the winner and next president by the Afghan election commission, in Kabul, Afghanistan, Sunday, Sept. 21, 2014. Ending an election season that began with first-round ballots cast in April, Afghanistan's two presidential candidates, Ahmadzai and Abdullah Abdullah, signed a power-sharing deal on Sunday that makes one president and the other chief executive, ending months of political wrangling following a disputed runoff that threatened to plunge the country into turmoil and complicate the withdrawal of foreign troops.
    Rahmat Gul | AP Photo
  • APTOPIX Afghanistan Election
    Supporters of Afghan presidential candidate celebrate his win on the street in Kabul, Afghanistan, Sunday, Sept. 21, 2014. Ending an election season that began with first-round ballots cast in April, the election commission named Ashraf Ghani Ahmadzai as the winner and next president. Afghanistan's two presidential candidates, Ahmadzai and Abdullah Abdullah, signed a power-sharing deal on Sunday that makes one president and the other chief executive, ending months of political wrangling following a disputed runoff that threatened to plunge the country into turmoil and complicate the withdrawal of foreign troops.
    Massoud Hossaini | AP Photo
  • Afghanistan
    Supporters of Afghan presidential candidate Ashraf Ghani Ahmadzai celebrate with music and dancing near his residence after he was named the winner and next president by the Afghan election commission, in Kabul, Afghanistan, Sunday, Sept. 21, 2014. Ending an election season that began with first-round ballots cast in April, Afghanistan's two presidential candidates, Ahmadzai and Abdullah Abdullah, signed a power-sharing deal on Sunday that makes one president and the other chief executive, ending months of political wrangling following a disputed runoff that threatened to plunge the country into turmoil and complicate the withdrawal of foreign troops.
    Rahmat Gul | AP Photo
  • APTOPIX Afghanistan
    Supporters of Afghan presidential candidate Ashraf Ghani Ahmadzai celebrate with music and dancing near his residence after he was named the winner and next president by the Afghan election commission, in Kabul, Afghanistan, Sunday, Sept. 21, 2014. Ending an election season that began with first-round ballots cast in April, Afghanistan's two presidential candidates, Ahmadzai and Abdullah Abdullah, signed a power-sharing deal on Sunday that makes one president and the other chief executive, ending months of political wrangling following a disputed runoff that threatened to plunge the country into turmoil and complicate the withdrawal of foreign troops.
    Rahmat Gul | AP Photo
  • Afghanistan Election
    Supporters of Afghan presidential candidate celebrate his win, on the street in Kabul, Afghanistan, Sunday, Sept. 21, 2014. Ending an election season that began with first-round ballots cast in April, the election commission named Ashraf Ghani Ahmadzai as the winner and next president. Afghanistan's two presidential candidates, Ahmadzai and Abdullah Abdullah, signed a power-sharing deal on Sunday that makes one president and the other chief executive, ending months of political wrangling following a disputed runoff that threatened to plunge the country into turmoil and complicate the withdrawal of foreign troops.
    Massoud Hossaini | AP Photo
  • Afghanistan
    Supporters of Afghan presidential candidate Ashraf Ghani Ahmadzai celebrate with music and dancing near his residence after he was named the winner and next president by the Afghan election commission, in Kabul, Afghanistan, Sunday, Sept. 21, 2014. Ending an election season that began with first-round ballots cast in April, Afghanistan's two presidential candidates, Ahmadzai and Abdullah Abdullah, signed a power-sharing deal on Sunday that makes one president and the other chief executive, ending months of political wrangling following a disputed runoff that threatened to plunge the country into turmoil and complicate the withdrawal of foreign troops.
    Rahmat Gul | AP Photo
  • Afghanistan
    Supporters of Afghan presidential candidate Ashraf Ghani Ahmadzai celebrate near his residence after he was named the winner and next president by the Afghan election commission, in Kabul, Afghanistan, Sunday, Sept. 21, 2014. Ending an election season that began with first-round ballots cast in April, Afghanistan's two presidential candidates, Ahmadzai and Abdullah Abdullah, signed a power-sharing deal on Sunday that makes one president and the other chief executive, ending months of political wrangling following a disputed runoff that threatened to plunge the country into turmoil and complicate the withdrawal of foreign troops.
    Rahmat Gul | AP Photo
  • California GOP
    Republican candidate for California governor Neel Kashkari speaks during general assembly meeting at the California GOP convention on Sunday, Sept. 21, 2014 in Los Angeles. Nowhere has the effort to attract a new generation of Republicans been more fraught than in left-leaning California, where the GOP's registration has slid to 28.5 percent _ just a few percentage points above the 21 percent of registered voters who are unaffiliated with any party.
    Chris Carlson | AP Photo
  • California GOP
    Republican candidate for California governor Neel Kashkari speaks during general assembly meeting at the California GOP convention on Sunday, Sept. 21, 2014 in Los Angeles. Nowhere has the effort to attract a new generation of Republicans been more fraught than in left-leaning California, where the GOP's registration has slid to 28.5 percent _ just a few percentage points above the 21 percent of registered voters who are unaffiliated with any party.
    Chris Carlson | AP Photo
  • California GOP
    Republican candidate for California governor Neel Kashkari greets supporters after speaking during general assembly meeting at the California GOP convention on Sunday, Sept. 21, 2014 in Los Angeles.Nowhere has the effort to attract a new generation of Republicans been more fraught than in left-leaning California, where the GOP's registration has slid to 28.5 percent _ just a few percentage points above the 21 percent of registered voters who are unaffiliated with any party.
    Chris Carlson | AP Photo
  • California GOP
    Republican candidate for California governor Neel Kashkari greets supporters after speaking during general assembly meeting at the California GOP convention on Sunday, Sept. 21, 2014 in Los Angeles. Nowhere has the effort to attract a new generation of Republicans been more fraught than in left-leaning California, where the GOP's registration has slid to 28.5 percent _ just a few percentage points above the 21 percent of registered voters who are unaffiliated with any party.
    Chris Carlson | AP Photo
  • California GOP
    Republican candidate for California governor Neel Kashkari speaks during general assembly meeting at the California GOP convention on Sunday, Sept. 21, 2014 in Los Angeles. Nowhere has the effort to attract a new generation of Republicans been more fraught than in left-leaning California, where the GOP's registration has slid to 28.5 percent _ just a few percentage points above the 21 percent of registered voters who are unaffiliated with any party.
    Chris Carlson | AP Photo
  • California GOP
    Republican candidate for California governor Neel Kashkari speaks during general assembly meeting at the California GOP convention on Sunday, Sept. 21, 2014 in Los Angeles. Nowhere has the effort to attract a new generation of Republicans been more fraught than in left-leaning California, where the GOP's registration has slid to 28.5 percent _ just a few percentage points above the 21 percent of registered voters who are unaffiliated with any party.
    Chris Carlson | AP Photo
  • White House Security
    This Sept. 21, 2009 photo provided by Jerry Murphy shows Omar Gonzalez, who was married to Murphy's mother, Samantha, until they divorced in 2012. Authorities have identified Gonzalez as the man who got into the White House after scaling a fence on Friday, Sept. 19, 2014.
    Courtesy Jerry Murphy | AP Photo
  • Russia Protest
    Pro and anti demonstrators clash during an anti-war rally and march in downtown Moscow, Russia, Sunday, Sept. 21, 2014. Thousands of people are marching through central Moscow to demonstrate against the fighting in Ukraine and Russia’s alleged complicity in the conflict.
    Pavel Golovkin | AP Photo
  • Russia Ukraine Protest
    A girl carries a banner reading "we're for peace" during an anti-war rally in downtown Moscow, Russia, Sunday, Sept. 21, 2014. Thousands of people were marching through central Moscow to demonstrate against the fighting in Ukraine.
    Denis Tyrin | AP Photo
  • APTOPIX Russia Ukraine Protest
    A woman wearing traditional Ukrainian flower headband poses for a photo in front of police officers, during an anti-war rally in downtown Moscow, Russia, Sunday, Sept. 21, 2014. Thousands of people were marching through central Moscow to demonstrate against the fighting in Ukraine.
    Denis Tyrin | AP Photo
  • Russia Ukraine Protest
    People carry a banner reading "no war with Ukraine" during an anti-war rally in downtown Moscow, Russia, Sunday, Sept. 21, 2014. Thousands of people were marching through central Moscow to demonstrate against the fighting in Ukraine.
    Denis Tyrin | AP Photo
  • Russia Protest
    People take part in an anti-war rally in downtown Moscow, Russia, Sunday, Sept. 21, 2014.Thousands of people are marching through central Moscow to demonstrate against the fighting in Ukraine and Russia’s alleged complicity in the conflict.
    Pavel Golovkin | AP Photo
  • Russia Ukraine Protest
    People carry Russian and Ukrainian flags during an anti-war rally in downtown Moscow, Russia, Sunday, Sept. 21, 2014. Thousands of people were marching through central Moscow to demonstrate against the fighting in Ukraine.
    Denis Tyrin | AP Photo
  • Russia Protest
    Pro and anti demonstrators clash during an anti-war rally and march in downtown Moscow, Russia, Sunday, Sept. 21, 2014.Thousands of people are marching through central Moscow to demonstrate against the fighting in Ukraine and Russia’s alleged complicity in the conflict.
    Pavel Golovkin | AP Photo
  • United Nations-Islamic State
    FILE - This Saturday, July 5, 2014 file image made from video posted on a militant website, which has been authenticated based on its contents and other AP reporting, purports to show the leader of the Islamic State group, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, delivering a sermon at a mosque in Iraq. The Islamic State group will likely take center stage when more than 140 heads of state of government convene for the U.N. General Assembly the week of Sept. 22.
    File | AP Photo
  • United Nations-Islamic State
    FILE - In this undated file image posted on a militant website on Tuesday, Jan. 14, 2014, which has been verified and is consistent with other AP reporting, fighters from the al-Qaida linked Islamic State group, march in Raqqa, Syria. The Islamic State group will likely take center stage when more than 140 heads of state of government convene for the U.N. General Assembly the week of Sept. 22.
    File | AP Photo
  • United Nations-Islamic State
    FILE - In this Friday, Sept. 19, 2014, file photo, members of the United Nations Security Council meet at U.N. headquarters to discuss the Islamic State group's atrocities in Iraq and Syria. The Islamic State group will likely take center stage when more than 140 heads of state of government convene for the U.N. General Assembly the week of Sept. 22.
    Julie Jacobson, File | AP Photo
  • White House Intruder
    Tourist stop to take their photograph in front of the White House in Washington, Saturday, Sept. 20, 2014. The Secret Service is coming under renewed scrutiny after a man scaled the White House fence and made it all the way through the front door before he was apprehended.
    Pablo Martinez Monsivais | AP Photo
  • White House Intruder
    An explosive technician in a bomb suit approaches a vehicle near the entrance to White House in Washington, Saturday, Sept. 20, 2014. Secret Service says a man has been arrested for trying to unlawfully enter the White House, less than 24 hours after a fence-jumper made it all the way into the building.
    Pablo Martinez Monsivais | AP Photo
  • Albania Pope
    Pope Francis, right, arrives for a meeting with representatives of Albania's Muslim, Orthodox and Catholic communities, at the Catholic University "Our Lady of Good Counsel" in Tirana, Sunday, Sept. 21, 2014. Pope Francis has called on moderate Muslims and all religious leaders to condemn Islamic extremists who "pervert" religion to justify violence, as he visited Albania and held it up as a model for interfaith harmony. One of the highlights of Francis' visit was a meeting Sunday with representatives of Albania's Muslim, Orthodox and Catholic communities, which all suffered persecution under communism but now live and work together peacefully.
    Alessandra Tarantino,Pool | AP Photo
  • Albania Pope
    Pope Francis waves to faithful as he is driven through the crowd, in Mother Teresa Square, in Tirana, Sunday, Sept. 21, 2014. Pope Francis denounced that extremists around the world are "perverting" religion to justify violence as he arrived Sunday in Albania, a Balkan nation where Christians and Muslims endured brutal religious oppression under communism but today live and work together peacefully.
    Hector Pustina | AP Photo
  • Albania Pope
    Pope Francis reaches for a poster of Mother Teresa as he is driven through the crowd, in Tirana, Sunday, Sept. 21, 2014. Pope Francis arrived Sunday in Albania on his first European trip, designed to highlight the Balkan nation's path from a brutal communist state where religion was banned to a model of Christian-Muslim coexistence for a world witnessing conflict in God's name.
    Hector Pustina | AP Photo
  • APTOPIX Albania Pope
    Pope Francis gesticulates as he is driven through the crowd, in Mother Teresa Square in Tirana, Sunday, Sept. 21, 2014. Pope Francis denounced that extremists around the world are "perverting" religion to justify violence as he arrived Sunday in Albania, a Balkan nation where Christians and Muslims endured brutal religious oppression under communism but today live and work together peacefully.
    Hector Pustina | AP Photo
  • Albania Pope
    Albania's Prime Minister Edi Rama, right, welcomes Pope Francis as he arrives at Tirana's Mother Teresa international airport Sunday, Sept. 21, 2014. Pope Francis arrived Sunday in Albania on his first European trip, designed to highlight the Balkan nation's path from a brutal communist state where religion was banned to a model of Christian-Muslim coexistence for a world witnessing conflict in God's name.
    Flori Abazi, Pool | AP Photo
  • Mideast Afghanistan
    Ahmad Yousuf Nouristani, chairman of Afghanistan's Independent Election Commission (IEC), center, speaks during a press conference in Kabul, Afghanistan, Sunday, Sept. 21, 2014, Ending an election season that began with first-round ballots cast in April, the election commission named Ashraf Ghani Ahmadzai as the winner and next president. Afghanistan's two presidential candidates, Ahmadzai and Abdullah Abdullah, signed a power-sharing deal on Sunday that makes one president and the other chief executive, ending months of political wrangling following a disputed runoff that threatened to plunge the country into turmoil and complicate the withdrawal of foreign troops.
    Rahmat Gul | AP Photo
  • Afghanistan
    Ahmad Yousuf Nouristani, chairman of Afghanistan's Independent Election Commission, center, speaks during a press conference in Kabul, Afghanistan, Sunday, Sept. 21, 2014. Ending an election season that began with first-round ballots cast in April, the election commission named Ashraf Ghani Ahmadzai as the winner and next president. Afghanistan's two presidential candidates, Ahmadzai and Abdullah Abdullah, signed a power-sharing deal on Sunday that makes one president and the other chief executive, ending months of political wrangling following a disputed runoff that threatened to plunge the country into turmoil and complicate the withdrawal of foreign troops.
    Rahmat Gul | AP Photo
  • Mideast Afghanistan
    Ahmad Yousuf Nouristani, chairman of Afghanistan's Independent Election Commission, center arrives for a press conference in Kabul, Afghanistan, Sunday, Sept. 21, 2014. Ending an election season that began with first-round ballots cast in April, the election commission named Ashraf Ghani Ahmadzai as the winner and next president. Afghanistan's two presidential candidates, Ahmadzai and Abdullah Abdullah, signed a power-sharing deal on Sunday that makes one president and the other chief executive, ending months of political wrangling following a disputed runoff that threatened to plunge the country into turmoil and complicate the withdrawal of foreign troops.
    Rahmat Gul | AP Photo
  • Afghanistan
    Ahmad Yousuf Nouristani, chairman of Afghanistan's Independent Election Commission, speaks during a press conference in Kabul, Afghanistan, Sunday, Sept. 21, 2014. Ending an election season that began with first-round ballots cast in April, the election commission named Ashraf Ghani Ahmadzai as the winner and next president. Afghanistan's two presidential candidates, Ahmadzai and Abdullah Abdullah, signed a power-sharing deal on Sunday that makes one president and the other chief executive, ending months of political wrangling following a disputed runoff that threatened to plunge the country into turmoil and complicate the withdrawal of foreign troops.
    Rahmat Gul | AP Photo
  • Afghanistan
    Ahmad Yousuf Nouristani, chairman of Afghanistan's Independent Election Commission, speaks during a press conference in Kabul, Afghanistan, Sunday, Sept. 21, 2014. Ending an election season that began with first-round ballots cast in April, the election commission named Ashraf Ghani Ahmadzai as the winner and next president. Afghanistan's two presidential candidates, Ahmadzai and Abdullah Abdullah, signed a power-sharing deal on Sunday that makes one president and the other chief executive, ending months of political wrangling following a disputed runoff that threatened to plunge the country into turmoil and complicate the withdrawal of foreign troops.
    Rahmat Gul | AP Photo
  • Afghanistan
    Ahmad Yousuf Nouristani, chairman of Afghanistan's Independent Election Commission (IEC), speaks during a press conference in Kabul, Afghanistan, Sunday, Sept. 21, 2014. Ending an election season that began with first-round ballots cast in April, the election commission named Ashraf Ghani Ahmadzai as the winner and next president. Afghanistan's two presidential candidates, Ahmadzai and Abdullah Abdullah, signed a power-sharing deal on Sunday that makes one president and the other chief executive, ending months of political wrangling following a disputed runoff that threatened to plunge the country into turmoil and complicate the withdrawal of foreign troops.
    Rahmat Gul | AP Photo
  • Britain Scotland
    A damaged Scottish independence referendum advertising board is seen in Edinburgh, Scotland, Friday, Sept. 19, 2014. Scottish voters have rejected independence and decided that Scotland will remain part of the United Kingdom. The result announced early Friday was the one favored by Britain's political leaders, who had campaigned hard in recent weeks to convince Scottish voters to stay. It dashed many Scots' hopes of breaking free and building their own nation.
    Scott Heppell | AP Photo
  • Britain Scotland
    A man draped in a Saltire walks up the Royal Mile in Edinburgh, Scotland, Friday, Sept. 19, 2014. Scottish voters have rejected independence and decided that Scotland will remain part of the United Kingdom. The result announced early Friday was the one favored by Britain's political leaders, who had campaigned hard in recent weeks to convince Scottish voters to stay. It dashed many Scots' hopes of breaking free and building their own nation.
    Scott Heppell | AP Photo
  • Missouri Airport Man Detained
    FILE - In this file photo provided by the Kansas City Police is Anthony Falco. A federal judge is recommending that Falco, a Pennsylvania man accused of creating a hoax that shut down a busy terminal at Kansas City International Airport on the 10th anniversary of the 9/11 terror attacks, be released without ever going to trial on the charges. Falco, 50, has spent much of his time since being arrested in mental health facilities where he was determined not competent to stand trial.
    Kansas City Police, File | AP Photo
  • Illinois Governor Libertarian Ballot
    In this Sept. 15, 2014 photo, Chad Grimm, the Illinois Libertarian gubernatorial candidate, speaks with The Associated Press during an interview at the state Capitol in Springfield, Ill. On Thursday, Sept. 18, 2014, Sangamon County Judge Patrick Kelley rejected the Republican Party's attempt to have Grimm struck from the Nov. 4 ballot. His name will appear alongside those of Democratic Gov. Pat Quinn and Republican challenger Bruce Rauner. The GOP attorneys had challenged the validity of the voter signatures gathered by several Libertarian petition circulators.
    Seth Perlman | AP Photo
  • Russian Art and Politics
    This photograph provided by the Kolodzei Art Foundation, shows “Big Brother” by Igor Novikov, part of "Finding Freedom in Russian Art, 1961-2014, Selections from the Kolodzei Art Foundation and the Collection of Dr. Wayne F. Yakes, MD,” on view through Dec. 6 at the Paul and Lulu Hilliard University Art Museum at the University of Louisiana at Lafayette. A separate exhibit titled “Through Soviet Jewish Eyes: Photographs, War and the Holocaust” runs through Dec. 13 at the museum.
    Kolodzei Art Foundation | AP Photo
  • Chicago Archbishop
    Newly appointed Archbishop of Chicago, Archbishop Blase Cupich speaks to the media after it was announced that he would replace Cardinal Francis George, retiring leader of the Chicago Catholic Archdiocese during a news conference in Chicago, Saturday, Sept. 20, 2014.
    Paul Beaty | AP Photo
  • Chicago Archbishop
    Newly appointed Archbishop of Chicago, Archbishop Blase Cupich speaks to the media after it was announced that he would replace Cardinal Francis George, retiring leader of the Chicago Catholic Archdiocese during a news conference in Chicago, Saturday, Sept. 20, 2014.
    Paul Beaty | AP Photo
  • Mideast Islamic State Media War
    This Screen grab from the U.S. Department of State's Facebook page "Think Again Turn Away," taken Sept. 20, 2014, criticizes the Islamic State group as part of a broad social media campaign. As the Islamic State group battles across Syria and Iraq, pushing back larger armies and ruling over entire cities, it is also waging an increasingly sophisticated media campaign that has rallied disenfranchised youth and outpaced the sluggish efforts of Arab governments to stem its appeal. The U.S. State Department launched a “Think Again Turn Away” campaign on YouTube, Facebook and Twitter, with Arabic and English videos similar in style to those of al-Qaida and the Islamic State group but none have gained the traction of the Islamic State’s videos.
    Uncredited | AP Photo
  • Mideast Islamic State Media War
    This Screen grab from the U.S. Department of State's Twitter page "Think Again Turn Away," taken Sept. 20, 2014, criticizes the Islamic State group as part of a broad social media campaign. As the Islamic State group battles across Syria and Iraq, pushing back larger armies and ruling over entire cities, it is also waging an increasingly sophisticated media campaign that has rallied disenfranchised youth and outpaced the sluggish efforts of Arab governments to stem its appeal. The U.S. State Department launched a “Think Again Turn Away” campaign on YouTube, Facebook and Twitter, with Arabic and English videos similar in style to those of al-Qaida and the Islamic State group, but none have gained the traction of the Islamic State’s videos.
    Uncredited | AP Photo
  • Mideast Islamic State Media War
    This screen grab from the U.S. Department of State's Twitter page "Think Again Turn Away," taken Sept. 20, 2014, criticizes the Islamic State group as part of a broad social media campaign. As the Islamic State group battles across Syria and Iraq, pushing back larger armies and ruling over entire cities, it is also waging an increasingly sophisticated media campaign that has rallied disenfranchised youth and outpaced the sluggish efforts of Arab governments to stem its appeal. The U.S. State Department launched a “Think Again Turn Away” campaign on YouTube, Facebook and Twitter, with Arabic and English videos similar in style to those of al-Qaida and the Islamic State group, but none have gained the traction of the Islamic State’s videos.
    Uncredited | AP Photo
  • Mideast Islamic State Media War
    This Screen grab from an Islamic State group affiliated Twitter account, taken Sunday, Sept. 20, 2014, purports to show senior military commander Abu Wahib handing a flower to a child while visiting southern Iraq, as part of the group's broad social media campaign. As the Islamic State group battles across Syria and Iraq, pushing back larger armies and ruling over entire cities, it is also waging an increasingly sophisticated media campaign that has rallied disenfranchised youth and outpaced the sluggish efforts of Arab governments to stem its appeal. The U.S. State Department launched a “Think Again Turn Away” campaign on YouTube, Facebook and Twitter, with Arabic and English videos similar in style to those of al-Qaida and the Islamic State group but none have gained the traction of the Islamic State’s videos.
    Uncredited | AP Photo, via Twitter
  • Mideast Islamic State Media War
    FILE - This undated file photo posted on a militant website Friday, Sept. 19, 2014, which has been verified and is consistent with other AP reporting, shows Islamic State group policemen standing guard in front of a police station in Nineveh province, Iraq. As the Islamic State group battles across Syria and Iraq, pushing back larger armies and ruling over entire cities, it is also waging an increasingly sophisticated media campaign that has rallied disenfranchised youth and outpaced the sluggish efforts of Arab governments to stem its appeal. The U.S. State Department launched a “Think Again Turn Away” campaign on YouTube, Facebook and Twitter, with Arabic and English videos similar in style to those of al-Qaida and the Islamic State group.
    Uncredited | AP Photo via militant website, File
  • Florida Governor Wyllie
    In this Aug. 16, 2014 photo, Libertarian gubernatorial candidate Adrian Wyllie talks with voters while campaigning in Jacksonville Beach, Fla. Wyllie senses that voters are frustrated with their choices in this year’s governor’s race and is hoping they seem him as a better alternative. The campaign between Republican Gov. Rick Scott and Democrat Charlie Crist has been extremely negative and Wyllie is polling better than third-party candidates have in past years.
    Brendan Farrington | AP Photo
  • Civil Rights Deaths Investigations
    ADVANCE FOR SUNDAY SEPT. 21 This photo taken July 30, 2014, shows sisters Mattie Hull, left, and Gloria Green-McCray looking at a memorial to their late brother, James Earl Green, at Jackson State University in Jackson, Miss. The teenager was fatally shot by law enforcement during a campus protest in 1970, and they would like his death to being investigated under the Emmett Till Act if the law is expanded someday to allow reviews of deaths that happened after 1969.
    Jay Reeves | AP Photo
  • Civil Rights Deaths Investigations
    ADVANCE FOR SUNDAY SEPT. 21 Then-Sen. Walter Mondale, D-Minn.,left, and Sen. Birch Bayh, D-Ind., right, are shown on Wednesday, May 20, 1970, looking from shattered windows on to the area where two people were shot to death at what is now Jackson State University in Jackson, Miss. Pointing out the view is student Carl Griffin. No one was ever prosecuted for the deaths, and relatives of one of the men would like the killings investigated anew someday under an expansion of the federal law covering civil rights deaths, the Emmett Till Act.
    Anonymous | AP Photo
  • Police Chief Probe
    In this Wednesday Sept. 17, 2014 photo, Roland Spencer sets up his farm stand in Weare, N.H. The stand is roughly 30 yards from the stand of trees where the car driven by an unarmed 35-year-old Alex Cora DeJesus crashed after he was fatally shot during a drug sting gone bad last year. The town hired a new police chief, John Velleca, less than a year ago to clean up a department mired in federal lawsuits. Now Velleca is on paid administrative leave after becoming the target of a domestic violence restraining order involving a subordinate.
    Jim Cole | AP Photo
  • Mideast Islamic State Media War
    FILE - This undated file photo posted on a militant website Friday, Sept. 19, 2014, which has been verified and is consistent with other AP reporting, shows Islamic State group policemen standing guard in front of a police station in Nineveh province, Iraq. As the Islamic State group battles across Syria and Iraq, pushing back larger armies and ruling over entire cities, it is also waging an increasingly sophisticated media campaign that has rallied disenfranchised youth and outpaced the sluggish efforts of Arab governments to stem its appeal. The U.S. State Department launched a “Think Again Turn Away” campaign on YouTube, Facebook and Twitter, with Arabic and English videos similar in style to those of al-Qaida and the Islamic State group.
    Uncredited | AP Photo via militant website, File
  • Mideast Islamic State Media War
    FILE - This undated file image posted on a militant website on Saturday, June 14, 2014, which has been verified and is consistent with other AP reporting, appears to show militants from the al-Qaida-inspired Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant, who now call themselves the Islamic State, leading away captured Iraqi soldiers dressed in plain clothes after taking over a base in Tikrit, Iraq. As the Islamic State group battles across Syria and Iraq, pushing back larger armies and ruling over entire cities, it is also waging an increasingly sophisticated media campaign that has rallied disenfranchised youth and outpaced the sluggish efforts of Arab governments to stem its appeal. The U.S. State Department launched a “Think Again Turn Away” campaign on YouTube, Facebook and Twitter, with Arabic and English videos similar in style to those of al-Qaida and the Islamic State group.
    Uncredited | AP Photo via militant website, File
  • Mideast Yemen
    Smokes rises from an area due to clashes between Sunni militiamen and Hawthi Shiite rebels in Sanaa, Yemen, Sunday, Sept. 21, 2014. Yemen's top security body imposed an overnight curfew in restive areas of the capital, Sanaa, on Saturday after Shiite rebels took over the state television building amid heavy clashes and the U.N. envoy to the country signaled that a deal had been reached to end the violence.
    Hani Mohammed | AP Photo
  • Mideast Yemen
    A Hawthi Shiite rebel holds his rifle while guarding a checkpoint on a street leading to the state television building in Sanaa, Yemen, Sunday, Sept. 21, 2014. Yemen's top security body imposed an overnight curfew in restive areas of the capital, Sanaa, on Saturday after Shiite rebels took over the state television building amid heavy clashes and the U.N. envoy to the country signaled that a deal had been reached to end the violence.
    Hani Mohammed | AP Photo
  • Mideast Yemen
    Hawthi Shiite rebels stand guard at a checkpoint on a street leading to the state television building in Sanaa, Yemen, Sunday, Sept. 21, 2014. Yemen's top security body imposed an overnight curfew in restive areas of the capital, Sanaa, on Saturday after Shiite rebels took over the state television building amid heavy clashes and the U.N. envoy to the country signaled that a deal had been reached to end the violence. Arabic on a banner reads,"God is great. Death to America. Death to Israel. A curse on the Jews. Victory to Islam."
    Hani Mohammed | AP Photo
  • Mideast Yemen
    A Hawthi Shiite rebel stands guard at a checkpoint on a street leading to the state television building in Sanaa, Yemen, Sunday, Sept. 21, 2014. Yemen's top security body imposed an overnight curfew in restive areas of the capital, Sanaa, on Saturday after Shiite rebels took over the state television building amid heavy clashes and the U.N. envoy to the country signaled that a deal had been reached to end the violence. Arabic on a banner reads,"God is great. Death to America. Death to Israel. A curse on the Jews. Victory to Islam."
    Hani Mohammed | AP Photo
  • Kenya Mall Attack One Year Later
    Gloria, 4, whose father Christopher Chewa was killed in the Westgate Mall attack, walks with her mother Faith Njoki who holds her brother Edwin, 1, as they visit a granite monument listing the names of the victims of the Westgate Mall attack, at the Amani Garden memorial site in the Karura Forest in Nairobi, Kenya Sunday, Sept. 21, 2014. Kenya is marking one year since four gunmen stormed the upscale Westgate Mall in Nairobi, killing 67 people, and a memorial plaque with the names of the victims was unveiled at the popular forest on the edge of the city.
    Ben Curtis | AP Photo
  • Kenya Mall Attack One Year Later
    A young girl holding the hand of a relative walks away after laying flowers at the base of a granite monument, in which they are reflected, listing the names of the victims of the Westgate Mall attack as they and other families of the victims lay flowers and remember at the Amani Garden memorial site in the Karura Forest in Nairobi, Kenya Sunday, Sept. 21, 2014. Kenya is marking one year since four gunmen stormed the upscale Westgate Mall in Nairobi, killing 67 people, and a memorial plaque with the names of the victims was unveiled at the popular forest on the edge of the city.
    Ben Curtis | AP Photo
  • Kenya Mall Attack One Year Later
    Miriam, 6, is helped by a relative as she prepares to lay a bouquet of flowers for Christopher Chewa who was killed in the Westgate Mall attack, the father of her cousin Gloria, 4, as she and other families of the victims lay flowers and remember at the Amani Garden memorial site in the Karura Forest in Nairobi, Kenya Sunday, Sept. 21, 2014. Kenya is marking one year since four gunmen stormed the upscale Westgate Mall in Nairobi, killing 67 people, and a memorial plaque with the names of the victims was unveiled at the popular forest on the edge of the city.
    Ben Curtis | AP Photo
  • Kenya Mall Attack One Year Later
    A man lights a candle in memory of the victims of the Westgate Mall attack, outside the mall in Nairobi, Kenya Sunday, Sept. 21, 2014. Kenya is marking one year since four gunmen stormed the upscale Westgate Mall in Nairobi, killing 67 people, and a memorial plaque with the names of the victims was unveiled at a popular forest on the edge of the city.
    Ben Curtis | AP Photo
  • Kenya Mall Attack One Year Later
    Relatives of the victims of the Westgate Mall attack prepare to lay flowers and remember, at the Amani Garden memorial site in the Karura Forest in Nairobi, Kenya Sunday, Sept. 21, 2014. Kenya is marking one year since four gunmen stormed the upscale Westgate Mall in Nairobi, killing 67 people, and a memorial plaque with the names of the victims was unveiled at the popular forest on the edge of the city.
    Ben Curtis | AP Photo
  • Kenya Mall Attack One Year Later
    A member of the choir wears a wristband reading "We are one", a message of national unity in the face of the Westgate Mall attack, as families of the victims and other well-wishers prepare to lay flowers and remember in the Karura Forest in Nairobi, Kenya Sunday, Sept. 21, 2014. Kenya is marking one year since four gunmen stormed the upscale Westgate Mall in Nairobi, killing 67 people, and a memorial plaque with the names of the victims was unveiled at the popular forest on the edge of the city.
    Ben Curtis | AP Photo
  • APTOPIX Kenya Mall Attack One Year Later
    Nicole Tashly, 2, lies quietly on the ground holding the white rose her mother Esther Muthoni, left, instructed her to lay at the memorial monument while they remember her father Paul Muriithi Muriuki who died in the Westgate Mall attack, as they and other families of the victims lay flowers and remember, at the Amani Garden memorial site in the Karura Forest in Nairobi, Kenya Sunday, Sept. 21, 2014. Kenya is marking one year since four gunmen stormed the upscale Westgate Mall in Nairobi, killing 67 people, and a memorial plaque with the names of the victims was unveiled at the popular forest on the edge of the city.
    Ben Curtis | AP Photo
  • Kenya Mall Attack One Year Later
    A well-wisher lights a candle, seen reflected in her sunglasses, in memory of the victims of the Westgate Mall attack, outside the mall in Nairobi, Kenya Sunday, Sept. 21, 2014. Kenya is marking one year since four gunmen stormed the upscale Westgate Mall in Nairobi, killing 67 people, and a memorial plaque with the names of the victims was unveiled at a popular forest on the edge of the city.
    Ben Curtis | AP Photo
  • Kenya Mall Attack One Year Later
    Relatives of the victims of the Westgate Mall attack prepare to lay flowers and remember, at the Amani Garden memorial site in the Karura Forest in Nairobi, Kenya Sunday, Sept. 21, 2014. Kenya is marking one year since four gunmen stormed the upscale Westgate Mall in Nairobi, killing 67 people, and a memorial plaque with the names of the victims was unveiled at the popular forest on the edge of the city.
    Ben Curtis | AP Photo
  • Kenya Mall Attack One Year Later
    A young girl hands a white rose to an elder relative, right, as they prepare to lay flowers and remember the victims of the Westgate Mall attack, at the Amani Garden memorial site in the Karura Forest in Nairobi, Kenya Sunday, Sept. 21, 2014. Kenya is marking one year since four gunmen stormed the upscale Westgate Mall in Nairobi, killing 67 people, and a memorial plaque with the names of the victims was unveiled at the popular forest on the edge of the city.
    Ben Curtis | AP Photo
  • APTOPIX Kenya Mall Attack One Year Later
    Gloria, 4, center, whose father Christopher Chewa was killed in the Westgate Mall attack, wipes the tears from the eyes of her mother Faith Njoki as they hug, while her brother Edwin, 1, left is held by a relative, after joining other families of the victims to lay flowers and remember at the Amani Garden memorial site in the Karura Forest in Nairobi, Kenya Sunday, Sept. 21, 2014. Kenya is marking one year since four gunmen stormed the upscale Westgate Mall in Nairobi, killing 67 people, and a memorial plaque with the names of the victims was unveiled at the popular forest on the edge of the city.
    Ben Curtis | AP Photo
  • Kenya Mall Attack One Year Later
    Gloria, 4, left, whose father Christopher Chewa was killed in the Westgate Mall attack, walks with her cousin Miriam, 6, right, and other families of the victims to lay flowers and remember at the Amani Garden memorial site in the Karura Forest in Nairobi, Kenya Sunday, Sept. 21, 2014. Kenya is marking one year since four gunmen stormed the upscale Westgate Mall in Nairobi, killing 67 people, and a memorial plaque with the names of the victims was unveiled at the popular forest on the edge of the city.
    Ben Curtis | AP Photo
  • Kenya Mall Attack One Year Later
    Kenyan-Indian women light candles and pray in memory of the victims of the Westgate Mall attack, outside the mall in Nairobi, Kenya Sunday, Sept. 21, 2014. Kenya is marking one year since four gunmen stormed the upscale Westgate Mall in Nairobi, killing 67 people, and a memorial plaque with the names of the victims was unveiled at a popular forest on the edge of the city.
    Ben Curtis | AP Photo
  • Kenya Mall Attack One Year Later
    Miriam, 6, center-right, and her cousin Gloria, 4, right, whose father Christopher Chewa was killed in the Westgate Mall attack, play on swings with other children who lost relatives in the attack, after a ceremony to lay flowers and remember at the Amani Garden memorial site in the Karura Forest in Nairobi, Kenya Sunday, Sept. 21, 2014. Kenya is marking one year since four gunmen stormed the upscale Westgate Mall in Nairobi, killing 67 people, and a memorial plaque with the names of the victims was unveiled at the popular forest on the edge of the city.
    Ben Curtis | AP Photo
  • Governor Connecticut Women
    FILE - In this Aug. 27, 2014 file photo, Democratic Gov. Dannel P. Malloy, greets supporters at a rally prior to a debate against Republican opponent Tom Foley in Norwich, Conn. A Sept. 10 Quinnipiac University Poll, when broken down by gender, determined 45 percent of women polled supported Malloy, compared to 38 percent for Foley and nine percent for conservative petitioning candidate Joe Visconti.
    Jessica Hill, File | AP Photo
  • Governor Connecticut Women
    In this Thursday, Sept. 18, 2014 photo, Republican Connecticut gubernatorial candidate Tom Foley walks past a group of women during a campaign stop along Main Street in Middletown, Conn. Foley will face off against incumbent Gov. Dannel P. Malloy in the Nov. 4 general election. A Sept. 10 Quinnipiac University Poll, when broken down by gender, determined 45 percent of women polled supported Malloy, compared to 38 percent for Foley and nine percent for conservative petitioning candidate Joe Visconti.
    Jessica Hill | AP Photo
  • Governor Connecticut Women
    In this Thursday, Sept. 18, 2014 photo, Republican Connecticut gubernatorial candidate Tom Foley, right, greets business owner Chu Ngo during a campaign stop along Main Street in Middletown, Conn. Foley will face off against incumbent Gov. Dannel P. Malloy in the Nov. 4 general election. A Sept. 10 Quinnipiac University Poll, when broken down by gender, determined 45 percent of women polled supported Malloy, compared to 38 percent for Foley and nine percent for conservative petitioning candidate Joe Visconti.
    Jessica Hill | AP Photo
  • Russia Protest
    Anti-rally demonstrators gather at the beginning of an anti-war rally and march in downtown Moscow, Russia, Sunday, Sept. 21, 2014.
    Ivan Sekretarev | AP Photo
  • Russia Protest
    Demonstrators with opposing opinions clash at the beginning of an anti-war rally and march in downtown Moscow, Russia, Sunday, Sept. 21, 2014.
    Ivan Sekretarev | AP Photo
  • Russia Protest
    Police line up to separate pro and contra demonstrators at the beginning of an anti-war rally and march in downtown Moscow, Russia, Sunday, Sept. 21, 2014.
    Ivan Sekretarev | AP Photo
  • Senate State of Play 5 Things
    FILE - In this July 22, 2014 file photo, A "Vote Here" sign is seen outside the main entrance to the Fleming Park Bernie Ward Community Center during a run-off election day in Augusta, Georgia.
    The Savannah Morning News, Sara Caldwell | AP Photo
  • Senate State of Play
    FILE - In this Aug. 20, 2014 file photo, U.S. Sen. Mary Landrieu, a Democrat, talks to reporters after signing her qualifying paperwork to run for re-election in Baton Rouge, La. Landrieu is seeking a fourth term. A handful of tight races in states with quirky election laws make for the headache-inducing possibility that Election Day will come and go without a deciding which party controls the U.S. Senate. And if that happens, brace for a fierce runoff election and possible recounts that could make for an ugly holiday season in politics and government.
    Melinda Deslatte | AP Photo
  • Senate State of Play
    FILE - In this Aug, 20, 2014 file photo, U.S. Rep. Bill Cassidy, a Republican, speaks to reporters after qualifying to run for the U.S. Senate in Baton Rouge, La. A handful of tight races in states with quirky election laws make for the headache-inducing possibility that Election Day will come and go without a deciding which party controls the U.S. Senate. And if that happens, brace for a fierce runoff election and possible recounts that could make for an ugly holiday season in politics and government.
    Melinda Deslatte | AP Photo
  • Police Militarization
    FILE - In this July 6, 2013 file still photo from a video produced by the Los Angeles Police Department, officers ride on an armored medical rescue vehicle in a drill simulating a terrorist attack in downtown Los Angeles. A Pentagon program that distributes military surplus gear to local law enforcement agencies permits even those departments that the Justice Department has censured for civil rights violations to apply for and receive lethal weaponry. That lack of communication between two parts of the federal government adds to questions about a program already facing an Obama administration review in the aftermath of the militarized police response to protesters in Ferguson, Missouri. The.
    Los Angeles Police Department, File | AP Photo
  • Police Militarization
    FILE - In this July 6, 2013 file still frame from a video produced by the Los Angeles Police Department, Los Angeles police take part in a downtown counterterrorism drill. A Lenco Bearcat, an armored vehicle purchased by the LAPD from a Massachusetts firm that builds them for a variety of military and police uses, stands at the rear. A Pentagon program that distributes military surplus gear to local law enforcement agencies permits even those departments that the Justice Department has censured for civil rights violations to apply for and receive lethal weaponry. That lack of communication between two parts of the federal government adds to questions about a program already facing an Obama administration review in the aftermath of the militarized police response to protesters in Ferguson, Mo.
    Los Angeles Police Department, File | AP Photo
  • Police Militarization
    FILE - In this June 6, 2013 file photo, Los Angeles police take part in a downtown counterterrorism drill. A Lenco Bearcat, an armored vehicle purchased by the LAPD from a Massachusetts firm that builds them for a variety of military and police uses, stands at the rear. A Pentagon program that distributes military surplus gear to local law enforcement agencies permits even those departments that the Justice Department has censured for civil rights violations to apply for and receive lethal weaponry. That lack of communication between two parts of the federal government adds to questions about a program already facing an Obama administration review in the aftermath of the militarized police response to protesters in Ferguson, Mo.
    Nick Ut, File | AP Photo
  • Police Militarization
    FILE- In this July 16, 2014 file photo, a Mine-Resistant Ambush Protected (MRAP) vehicle sits in front of police headquarters in Watertown, Conn. A Pentagon program that distributes military surplus gear to local law enforcement agencies permits even those departments that the Justice Department has censured for civil rights violations to apply for and receive lethal weaponry. That lack of communication between two parts of the federal government adds to questions about a program already facing an Obama administration review in the aftermath of the militarized police response to protesters in Ferguson, Mo. Watertown PD is not under a consent decree.
    The Republican-American, Steven Valenti, File | AP Photo
  • Ukraine
    A firefighter observes a damaged office building after shelling in the town of Donetsk, eastern Ukraine, Sunday, Sept. 21, 2014. Sporadic artillery fire hit parts of eastern Ukraine on Saturday, hours after negotiators agreed to create a buffer zone between government troops and pro-Russian militants by halting their advances, pulling back heavy weapons and withdrawing foreign fighters.
    Darko Vojinovic | AP Photo
  • Ukraine
    A man walks past a damaged home after shelling in the town of Donetsk, eastern Ukraine, Sunday, Sept. 21, 2014. Sporadic artillery fire hit parts of eastern Ukraine on Saturday, hours after negotiators agreed to create a buffer zone between government troops and pro-Russian militants by halting their advances, pulling back heavy weapons and withdrawing foreign fighters.
    Darko Vojinovic | AP Photo
  • Afghanistan
    Afghanistan's presidential election candidates Abdullah Abdullah, left, and Ashraf Ghani Ahmadzai, right, prepare to leave after signing a power-sharing deal at the presidential palace in Kabul, Afghanistan, Sunday, Sept. 21, 2014. Afghanistan's two presidential candidates signed a power-sharing deal Sunday, capped with a hug and a handshake, three months after a disputed runoff that threatened to plunge the country into turmoil and complicate the withdrawal of U.S. and foreign troops.
    Massoud Hossaini | AP Photo
  • Afghanistan
    Afghanistan's presidential election candidate Ashraf Ghani Ahmadzai, right, leaves after signing a power-sharing deal as president Hamid Karzai, left, stands at the presidential palace in Kabul, Afghanistan, Sunday, Sept. 21, 2014. Afghanistan's two presidential candidates signed a power-sharing deal Sunday, capped with a hug and a handshake, three months after a disputed runoff that threatened to plunge the country into turmoil and complicate the withdrawal of U.S. and foreign troops.
    Massoud Hossaini | AP Photo
  • Afghanistan
    Afghanistan's President Hamid Karzai speaks during a ceremony for signing a power-sharing deal between two presidential candidates, at the presidential palace in Kabul, Afghanistan, Sunday, Sept. 21, 2014. Afghanistan's two presidential candidates signed a power-sharing deal Sunday, capped with a hug and a handshake, three months after a disputed runoff that threatened to plunge the country into turmoil and complicate the withdrawal of U.S. and foreign troops.
    Massoud Hossaini | AP Photo
  • Afghanistan
    Afghanistan's presidential election candidates Abdullah Abdullah, left, and Ashraf Ghani Ahmadzai, right, shake hands after signing a power-sharing deal at the presidential palace in Kabul, Afghanistan, Sunday, Sept. 21, 2014. Afghanistan's two presidential candidates signed a power-sharing deal Sunday, capped with a hug and a handshake, three months after a disputed runoff that threatened to plunge the country into turmoil and complicate the withdrawal of U.S. and foreign troops.
    Massoud Hossaini | AP Photo
  • Afghanistan
    Afghanistan's president Hamid Karzai looks back during a ceremony for signing a power-sharing deal between two presidential candidates, at the presidential palace in Kabul, Afghanistan, Sunday, Sept. 21, 2014. Afghanistan's two presidential candidates signed a power-sharing deal Sunday, capped with a hug and a handshake, three months after a disputed runoff that threatened to plunge the country into turmoil and complicate the withdrawal of U.S. and foreign troops.
    Massoud Hossaini | AP Photo
  • Afghanistan
    Afghanistan's presidential election candidates Abdullah Abdullah, left, and Ashraf Ghani Ahmadzai, center hold their documents after signing a power-sharing deal at presidential palace in Kabul, Afghanistan, Sunday, Sept. 21, 2014. Afghanistan's two presidential candidates signed a power-sharing deal Sunday, capped with a hug and a handshake, three months after a disputed runoff that threatened to plunge the country into turmoil and complicate the withdrawal of U.S. and foreign troops.
    Massoud Hossaini | AP Photo
  • Afghanistan
    Afghanistan's presidential election candidates Abdullah Abdullah, left, and Ashraf Ghani Ahmadzai, right, hug after signing a power-sharing deal at the presidential palace in Kabul, Afghanistan, Sunday, Sept. 21, 2014. Afghanistan's two presidential candidates signed a power-sharing deal Sunday, capped with a hug and a handshake, three months after a disputed runoff that threatened to plunge the country into turmoil and complicate the withdrawal of U.S. and foreign troops.
    Massoud Hossaini | AP Photo
  • Alaska University Campuses-Veterans
    Army veteran Brian Fausett is studying natural sciences at the University of Alaska Anchorage.
    Alaska Dispatch News, Marc Lester | AP Photo
  • Alaska University Campuses-Veterans
    Doug Bowers is a 22-year Army veteran who is now working on a social work degree at the University of Alaska Anchorage. The population of student veterans at UAA and UA Fairbanks has prompted the universities to bring on additional staff. At UAA, a veteran resources center was started a few years ago to ease the transition from member of the military to university student.
    Alaska Dispatch News, Marc Lester | AP Photo
  • Alaska University Campuses-Veterans
    Bryan Box, an Army veteran who served in Afghanistan, is now a biological sciences major at the University of Alaska Anchorage. The population of student veterans at UAA and UA Fairbanks has prompted the universities to bring on additional staff. At UAA, a veteran resources center was started a few years ago to ease the transition from member of the military to university student.
    Alaska Dispatch News, Marc Lester | AP Photo
  • Alaska University Campuses-Veterans
    Bryan Box, left, talks with Doug Bowers inside the University of Alaska Anchorage Military and Veteran Student Resource Center on Wednesday, Aug. 27, 2014. The population of student veterans at UAA and UA Fairbanks has prompted the universities to bring on additional staff. At UAA, a veteran resources center was started a few years ago to ease the transition from member of the military to university student.
    Alaska Dispatch News, Marc Lester | AP Photo
  • Afghanistan US
    FILE - In this Friday, Aug. 8, 2014 file photo, U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry, from left, speaks as Afghan presidential candidates Ashraf Ghani Ahmadzai and Abdullah Abdullah listen during a joint press conference in Kabul. Afghanistan's two presidential candidates were set to a sign a power-sharing deal on national TV on Sunday, three months after a disputed runoff that threatened to plunge the country into turmoil and complicate the withdrawal of U.S. and foreign troops.
    Rahmat Gul, File | AP Photo
  • Mideast Afghanistan
    Afghan President Hamid Karzai, left, and Afghan presidential candidate Abdullah Abdullah attend a ceremony to mark the third anniversary of the assassination of former Afghan President Burhanuddin Rabbani in Kabul, Afghanistan, Saturday, Sept. 20, 2014. In 2011, an insurgent with a bomb wrapped in his turban assassinated Rabbani, who was leading a government effort to broker peace with the Taliban.
    Rahmat Gul | AP Photo
  • Miami Nebraska Football
    Miami running back Duke Johnson (8) runs past Nebraska safety Corey Cooper (6) in the first half of an NCAA college football game in Lincoln, Neb., Saturday, Sept. 20, 2014.
    Nati Harnik | AP Photo
  • Miami Nebraska Football
    Miami coach Al Golden talks to an unidentified player in the second half of an NCAA college football game against Nebraska in Lincoln, Neb., Saturday, Sept. 20, 2014. Nebraska won 41-31.
    Nati Harnik | AP Photo
  • India Dalai Lama
    Exile Tibetans gesture in reverence as their spiritual leader the Dalai Lama walks past them during an inter-faith meeting in New Delhi, India, Saturday, Sept. 20, 2014. The Dalai Lama brought religious leaders together Saturday to mull some of India's most pressing problems, from gender violence to widespread poverty, while praising the country's religious harmony as proof to the world that different communities can live peacefully together.
    Tsering Topgyal | AP Photo
  • Miami Nebraska Football
    Nebraska wide receiver Kenny Bell (80) catches a 40 yard pass and runs for a touchdown in the first half of an NCAA college football game against Miami in Lincoln, Neb., Saturday, Sept. 20, 2014.
    Nati Harnik | AP Photo
  • Miami Nebraska Football
    Nebraska running back Ameer Abdullah (8) runs past Miami linebacker Tyriq McCord (17) in the first half of an NCAA college football game in Lincoln, Neb., Saturday, Sept. 20, 2014.
    Nati Harnik | AP Photo
  • Miami Nebraska Football
    Nebraska wide receiver Kenny Bell (80) runs past Miami defensive back Ladarius Gunter (37) for a touchdown in the first half of an NCAA college football game in Lincoln, Neb., Saturday, Sept. 20, 2014.
    Nati Harnik | AP Photo
  • Miami Nebraska Football
    Nebraska wide receiver Kenny Bell (80) is joined by Nebraska wide receiver Taariq Allen (7) as he celebrates a touchdown against Miami in the first half of an NCAA college football game in Lincoln, Neb., Saturday, Sept. 20, 2014.
    Nati Harnik | AP Photo
  • Miami Nebraska Football
    Miami quarterback Brad Kaaya (15) throws in the first half of an NCAA college football game against Nebraska in Lincoln, Neb., Saturday, Sept. 20, 2014.
    Nati Harnik | AP Photo
  • Miami Nebraska Football
    Nebraska linebacker David Santos (41) intercepts a pass intended for Miami tight end Clive Walford (46) for a turnover in the first half of an NCAA college football game in Lincoln, Neb., Saturday, Sept. 20, 2014.
    Nati Harnik | AP Photo
  • Miami Nebraska Football
    Nebraska running back Ameer Abdullah (8) runs away from Miami defensive back Artie Burns (1) and linebacker Tyriq McCord, left, in the first half of an NCAA college football game in Lincoln, Neb., Saturday, Sept. 20, 2014.
    Nati Harnik | AP Photo
  • Miami Nebraska Football
    Miami quarterback Brad Kaaya (15) carries the ball in the first half of an NCAA college football game against Nebraska in Lincoln, Neb., Saturday, Sept. 20, 2014.
    Nati Harnik | AP Photo
  • Miami Nebraska Football
    Nebraska linebacker David Santos (41) celebrates his interception against Miami with teammate defensive back Nate Gerry (25) in the first half of an NCAA college football game in Lincoln, Neb., Saturday, Sept. 20, 2014.
    Nati Harnik | AP Photo
  • Iowa Governor-Debate
    Signs of support for Iowa Gov. Terry Branstad are seen before Branstad's debate with Iowa Sen. Jack Hatch, Saturday, Sept. 20, 2014, at Edward Stone Middle School in Burlington, Iowa.
    The Hawk Eye, John Gaines | AP Photo
  • Iowa Governor-Debate
    Iowa Sen. Jack Hatch speaks during the debate with Iowa Gov. Terry Branstad on economic development and job growth, Saturday, Sept. 20, 2014, at Edward Stone Middle School in Burlington, Iowa.
    The Hawk Eye, John Lovretta | AP Photo
  • Iowa Governor-Debate
    Iowa Gov. Terry Branstad, right, and Iowa Sen. Jack Hatch greet each other at the start of their debate on economic development and job growth, Saturday, Sept. 20, 2014, at Edward Stone Middle School in Burlington, Iowa.
    The Hawk Eye, John Lovretta | AP Photo
  • Iowa Governor-Debate
    Iowa Gov. Terry Branstad discusses points during the debate with Iowa Sen. Jack Hatch, Saturday, Sept. 20, 2014, at Edward Stone Middle School in Burlington, Iowa.
    The Hawk Eye, John Lovretta | AP Photo
  • Iowa Governor-Debate
    Iowa Gov. Terry Branstad, right, and Iowa Sen. Jack Hatch appear during their debate on economic development and job growth, Saturday, Sept. 20, 2014, at Edward Stone Middle School in Burlington, Iowa.
    The Hawk Eye, John Gaines | AP Photo
  • Iowa Governor-Debate
    Brad Elkins, political director of Iowa Sen. Jack Hatch's campaign, shouts "We Back Jack," along with others drumming up support before the debate between Iowa Gov. Terry Branstad and Hatch, Saturday, Sept. 20, 2014, outside Edward Stone Middle School in Burlington, Iowa.
    The Hawk Eye, John Gaines | AP Photo
  • Kansas Roberts Senate
    Republican Sen. Pat Roberts, center right, talks to a supporter as he campaigns before an NCAA college football game between Kansas and Central Michigan Saturday, Sept. 20, 2014, in Lawrence, Kan. Roberts strolled the grassy hill to the south of Memorial Stadium before the University of Kansas football game, popping in and out of pregame party tents and chatting with voters in the Democratic-leaning city.
    Charlie Riedel | AP Photo
  • Kansas Roberts Senate
    Republican Sen. Pat Roberts talks to a supporter as he campaigns before an NCAA college football game between Kansas and Central Michigan, Saturday, Sept. 20, 2014, in Lawrence, Kan. Roberts strolled the grassy hill to the south of Memorial Stadium before the University of Kansas football game, popping in and out of pregame party tents and chatting with voters in the Democratic-leaning city.
    Charlie Riedel | AP Photo
  • Cuomo Billy Joel Beach Cleanup
    Singer Billy Joel and New York State Gov. Andrew Cuomo, right, carry trash from the beach cleanup at Oyster Bay, N.Y., at the annual beach cleanup at Theodore Roosevelt Memorial Park on Saturday, Sept 20, 2014. Newsday reports that Cuomo and Joel arrived about 10 a.m. by boat at the park. Joel said he has firsthand experience seeing what kind of garbage people throw in the bay because he sees it washing up on his property. (AP Photo/Newsday, J. Conrad Williams Jr.) MANDATORY CREDIT
    J. Conrad Williams Jr. | AP
  • Extremists-Foreign Fighters-4 Americans
    FILE - This March 23, 2008, file photo, provided by the Hennepin County, Minn. Sheriff's Office shows Douglas McAuthur McCain. McCain, 33, of suburban Minneapolis, was killed this year in Syria fighting with the Islamic State group.
    Hennepin County, Minn. Sheriff's Office, File | AP Photo
  • Extremists-Foreign Fighters-4 Americans
    FILE - In this Monday, June 2, 2014, file photo, Mufid Elfgeeh is taken from his arraignment in federal court in Rochester, N.Y. Elfgeeh, a 30-year-old naturalized U.S. citizen in Rochester, was arrested in May after he bought two handguns and a pair of silencers that federal officials said he planned to use to kill U.S. veterans of Iraq fighting and Shiites living in the Rochester area. (AP Photo/Democrat & Chronicle, Shawn Dowd, File) MANDATORY CREDIT; MAGS OUT; NO SALES
    Shawn Dowd | AP
  • U2 Malibu Develpment
    FILE - In this Sept. 8, 2011 file photo, U2 guitarist The Edge, whose given name is David Evans, attends the opening night gala screening of 'From The Sky Down' at Roy Thompson Hall during the Toronto International Film Festival in Toronto. The California Coastal Commission staff has agreed to allow Evans to build a scaled-down compound in the mountains above Malibu. The staff recommended Friday, Sept. 19, 2014, that the commission approve a smaller development than the one originally envisioned.
    Evan Agostini, File | AP Photo
  • U2-Malibu Development
    FILE - This April 8, 2009 file photo shows the site of a proposed development by U2 guitarist David Evans, better known as The Edge, in Malibu, Calif. The California Coastal Commission staff has agreed to allow Evans to build a scaled-down compound in the mountains above Malibu. The staff recommended Friday, Sept. 19, 2014, that the commission approve a smaller development than the one originally envisioned. .
    Damian Dovarganes, File | AP Photo
  • Political Money News Guide
    FILE - In this Sept. 5, 2012 file photo, Tom Steyer waves as he walks to the podium to address the Democratic National Convention in Charlotte, N.C. Steyer continued to funnel cash from his personal fortune to his pro-environment super PAC, NextGen Climate Action. Steyer in August wrote his federal committee a $15 million check as it ramps up a political operations to help candidates who pledge to back legislation fighting combat climate change.
    J. Scott Applewhite, File | AP Photo
  • California GOP
    Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) speaks at the California GOP convention on Saturday, Sept. 20, 2014, in Los Angeles. Paul has sought a broader audience this year as he has aggressively traveled the country ahead of a potential presidential bid in 2016.
    Chris Carlson | AP Photo
  • California GOP
    Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) speaks at the California GOP convention on Saturday, Sept. 20, 2014, in Los Angeles. Paul has sought a broader audience this year as he has aggressively traveled the country ahead of a potential presidential bid in 2016.
    Chris Carlson | AP Photo
  • California GOP
    Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) speaks at the California GOP convention on Saturday, Sept. 20, 2014, in Los Angeles. Paul has sought a broader audience this year as he has aggressively traveled the country ahead of a potential presidential bid in 2016.
    Chris Carlson | AP Photo
  • California GOP
    Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) speaks at the California GOP convention on Saturday, Sept. 20, 2014, in Los Angeles. Paul has sought a broader audience this year as he has aggressively traveled the country ahead of a potential presidential bid in 2016.
    Chris Carlson | AP Photo
  • Mideast Egypt El Sissi
    Egyptian President Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi speaks to The Associated Press during an interview at the presidential palace in Cairo, Saturday, Sept. 20, 2014. In the background is a 1930s era carpet depicting a map of Egypt. In his first interview with foreign media since taking office in June, el-Sissi has told AP he is prepared to give whatever support is needed in the fight against the Islamic State group but says military action is not the only answer.
    Maya Alleruzzo | AP Photo
  • Chicago Archbishop
    Newly appointed Archbishop of Chicago, Archbishop Blase Cupich speaks to the media after it was announced that he would replace Cardinal Francis George, retiring leader of the Chicago Catholic Archdiocese during a news conference in Chicago, Saturday, Sept. 20, 2014.
    Paul Beaty | AP Photo
  • South Sudan Fighting
    A family of the Nuer ethnic group seeking medication and food, but who were planning to later return to their village in a Nuer rebel-controlled area, walk through flooded areas to reach a makeshift camp for the displaced situated in the United Nations Mission in South Sudan (UNMISS) base in the town of Bentiu, South Sudan Saturday, Sept. 20, 2014. Seyoum Mesfin, the chairman of the South Sudan mediation process said Saturday there is renewed fighting in South Sudan between government and rebel troops and that it is a purposeful act aimed at derailing the next phase of the peace process.
    Matthew Abbott | AP Photo
  • South Sudan Fighting
    A rebel soldier patrols through a flooded area near the town of Bentiu, South Sudan Saturday, Sept. 20, 2014. Seyoum Mesfin, the chairman of the South Sudan mediation process said Saturday there is renewed fighting in South Sudan between government and rebel troops and that it is a purposeful act aimed at derailing the next phase of the peace process.
    Matthew Abbott | AP Photo
  • South Sudan Fighting
    Rebel soldiers patrol and protect civilians from the Nuer ethnic group as the civilians walk through flooded areas to reach a makeshift camp for the displaced situated in the United Nations Mission in South Sudan (UNMISS) base in the town of Bentiu, South Sudan Saturday, Sept. 20, 2014. Seyoum Mesfin, the chairman of the South Sudan mediation process said Saturday there is renewed fighting in South Sudan between government and rebel troops and that it is a purposeful act aimed at derailing the next phase of the peace process.
    Matthew Abbott | AP Photo
  • South Sudan Fighting
    Rebel soldiers patrol and protect civilians from the Nuer ethnic group as the civilians walk through flooded areas to reach a makeshift camp for the displaced situated in the United Nations Mission in South Sudan (UNMISS) base in the town of Bentiu, South Sudan Saturday, Sept. 20, 2014. Seyoum Mesfin, the chairman of the South Sudan mediation process said Saturday there is renewed fighting in South Sudan between government and rebel troops and that it is a purposeful act aimed at derailing the next phase of the peace process.
    Matthew Abbott | AP Photo
  • APTOPIX South Sudan Fighting
    Rebel soldiers guard the village of Majieng, about 6km from the town of Bentiu, in South Sudan Saturday, Sept. 20, 2014. Seyoum Mesfin, the chairman of the South Sudan mediation process said Saturday there is renewed fighting in South Sudan between government and rebel troops and that it is a purposeful act aimed at derailing the next phase of the peace process.
    Matthew Abbott | AP Photo
  • APTOPIX South Sudan Fighting
    A woman and child from the Nuer ethnic group and a rebel soldier board a canoe to traverse flooded areas in order to reach a makeshift camp for the displaced situated in the United Nations Mission in South Sudan (UNMISS) base in the town of Bentiu, South Sudan Saturday, Sept. 20, 2014. Seyoum Mesfin, the chairman of the South Sudan mediation process said Saturday there is renewed fighting in South Sudan between government and rebel troops and that it is a purposeful act aimed at derailing the next phase of the peace process.
    Matthew Abbott | AP Photo
  • APTOPIX South Sudan Fighting
    A family of the Nuer ethnic group seeking medication and food, but who were planning to later return to their village in a Nuer rebel-controlled area, prepare to board a canoe to traverse a flooded area too deep to walk through, as they try to reach a makeshift camp for the displaced situated in the United Nations Mission in South Sudan (UNMISS) base in the town of Bentiu, South Sudan Saturday, Sept. 20, 2014. Seyoum Mesfin, the chairman of the South Sudan mediation process said Saturday there is renewed fighting in South Sudan between government and rebel troops and that it is a purposeful act aimed at derailing the next phase of the peace process.
    Matthew Abbott | AP Photo
  • South Sudan Fighting
    A family of the Nuer ethnic group seeking medication and food, but who were planning to later return to their village in a Nuer rebel-controlled area, walk through flooded areas to reach a makeshift camp for the displaced situated in the United Nations Mission in South Sudan (UNMISS) base in the town of Bentiu, South Sudan Saturday, Sept. 20, 2014. Seyoum Mesfin, the chairman of the South Sudan mediation process said Saturday there is renewed fighting in South Sudan between government and rebel troops and that it is a purposeful act aimed at derailing the next phase of the peace process.
    Matthew Abbott | AP Photo
  • South Sudan Fighting
    Women from the Nuer ethnic group return to their villages after walking all day through chest-high mud and water to sell bags of charcoal to displaced people at a makeshift camp situated in the United Nations Mission in South Sudan (UNMISS) base in the town of Bentiu, South Sudan Saturday, Sept. 20, 2014. Seyoum Mesfin, the chairman of the South Sudan mediation process said Saturday there is renewed fighting in South Sudan between government and rebel troops and that it is a purposeful act aimed at derailing the next phase of the peace process.
    Matthew Abbott | AP Photo
  • Nevada Attorney General Debate
    Adam Laxalt speaks during a debate against Nevada Secretary of State Ross Miller at the Nevada Press Association annual convention Saturday, Sept. 20, 2014, in Las Vegas. The two are facing each other in a race for attorney general in Nevada.
    John Locher | AP Photo
  • Nevada Attorney General Debate
    Adam Laxalt speaks during a debate against Nevada Secretary of State Ross Miller at the Nevada Press Association annual convention, Saturday, Sept. 20, 2014, in Las Vegas. The two are facing each other in a race for attorney general in Nevada.
    John Locher | AP Photo
  • Nevada Attorney General Debate
    Adam Laxalt, left, and Nevada Secretary of State Ross Miller, right, debate at the Nevada Press Association annual convention, as journalist Steve Sebelius, center, moderates, Saturday, Sept. 20, 2014, in Las Vegas. Laxalt and Miller are facing each other in a race for attorney general in Nevada.
    John Locher | AP Photo
  • Nevada Attorney General Debate
    Nevada Secretary of State Ross Miller speaks during a debate against Adam Laxalt at the Nevada Press Association annual convention, Saturday, Sept. 20, 2014, in Las Vegas. The two are facing each other in a race for attorney general in Nevada.
    John Locher | AP Photo
  • Nevada Attorney General Debate
    Nevada Secretary of State Ross Miller speaks during a debate against Adam Laxalt at the Nevada Press Association annual convention Saturday, Sept. 20, 2014, in Las Vegas. The two are facing each other in a race for attorney general in Nevada.
    John Locher | AP Photo
  • Nevada Attorney General Debate
    Adam Laxalt, left, listens to Nevada Secretary of State Ross Miller during a debate at the Nevada Press Association annual convention, Saturday, Sept. 20, 2014, in Las Vegas. The two are facing each other in a race for attorney general in Nevada.
    John Locher | AP Photo
  • Nevada Attorney General Debate
    Nevada Secretary of State Ross Miller speaks during a debate against Adam Laxalt at the Nevada Press Association annual convention Saturday, Sept. 20, 2014, in Las Vegas. The two are facing each other in a race for attorney general in Nevada.
    John Locher | AP Photo
  • Housing Secretary Hispanics
    File - In this Sept. 5, 2014 file photo Housing and Urban Development Secretary Julian Castro, left, accompanied by Mayor Michael Nutter, speaks with members of the media at Montgomery Early Learning Centers' Families First Center, in Philadelphia. Castro, confirmed in July 2014, as U.S. secretary of Housing and Urban Development, told The Associated Press that “for the work that HUD does, and the housing market in general, Hispanics truly are the future.”
    Matt Rourke, File | AP Photo
  • Campaign Teen Candidate
    West Virginia Democrat State Delegate candidate Saira Blair campaigns at the Eastern Panhandle Business Association luncheon at The Purple Iris Restaurant in Martinsburg, Va., on Friday, Sept. 12, 2014. If Blair defeats Democrat Layne Diehl and a third-party candidate on Nov. 4, she would become the youngest lawmaker in state history.
    Cliff Owen | AP Photo
  • Campaign Teen Candidate
    West Virginia Democrat State Delegate candidate Saira Blair campaigns at the Eastern Panhandle Business Association luncheon at The Purple Iris Restaurant in Martinsburg, Va., Friday, Sept. 12, 2014. If Blair defeats Democrat Layne Diehl and a third-party candidate on Nov. 4, she would become the youngest lawmaker in state history.
    Cliff Owen | AP Photo
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