Cuban state TV: Fidel Castro dies at 90 Cuban revolutionary leader Fidel Castro has died, his brother President Raul Castro announced on state TV.
'Never ever give up': Hillary Clinton makes first public appearance since conceding election: NBC News: Hillary Clinton urged supporters “not to give up” and to “remain engaged in progressive politics” at a charity gala in Washington D.C.
Journalist Gwen Ifill dies at 61, PBS confirms Politico: Acclaimed journalist Gwen Ifill, who served as co-host of PBS’s NewsHour and moderator of “Washington Week,” has died at 61, PBS confirmed Monday.
Polls begin to close in U.S. election Polls closed in six U.S. states at 7 p.m. ET. Follow the Breaking News election arc for live updates and results.
U.S. readies to fend off Election Day cyber meddling by Russia, others: NBC News: The U.S.
North Dakota pipeline protest prompts more than 80 arrests: The Associated Press: More than 80 people protesting the Dakota Access pipeline were arrested Saturday during a demonstration that gathered about 300 people at a construction site in North Dakota and prompted law enforcement officers to use pepper spray.
Clinton, Trump battle fiercely over taxes, race, terror: Associated Press: Locked in an exceedingly close race, the presidential rivals tangled for 90-minutes over their vastly different visions for the American future in the first presidential debate.
Clinton, Trump appear in televised forum on security and veterans issues: The New York Times: Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump squared off from the same stage Wednesday evening — if not exactly face to face — in a televised forum on national security and veterans issues. Follow updates on Breaking
Brazil's Rousseff ousted in impeachment vote: The Brazilian Senate voted to impeach Dilma Rousseff, the country’s first female president, in a 61-20 vote Wednesday.
At least 120 killed when earthquake strikes central Italy BBC News: At least 120 people have died after a 6.2-magnitude earthquake stuck central Italy, according to the country’s civil protection unit.
US Swimmer Jimmy Feigen Agrees to Pay $11K to Avoid Prosecution in Rio: US Olympic swimmer to pay $11,000 to avoid prosecution in robbery scandal US Olympic gold medalist Jimmy Feigen has agreed to pay nearly $11,000 to charity in order to leave Brazil following accusations he and three teammates fabricated a robbery story.
Pennsylvania Attorney General Kathleen Kane Found Guilty: NBC10 Philadelphia: Pennsylvania’s Attorney General Kathleen Kane was convicted Monday of all nine counts in a perjury and obstruction case related to a grand jury leak.
Michael Phelps Wins One for the Road: The New York Times: In his final Olympic race, Michael Phelps helped the American team win gold in the 4x100 medley relay.
Hillary Clinton Releases Tax Return, Pressuring Donald Trump to Follow: Clinton campaign releases 2015 federal income tax returns Hillary and Bill Clinton paid an effective federal income tax rate of 34% in 2015 and donated nearly 10% of their gross income to charity, according to tax returns Clinton’s campaign released Friday.
The Typical Home in San Jose Now Costs More Than $1 Million: A typical home in San Jose, Calif., now costs $1 million, a first for a US city.
USA women romp to Rio Olympics gymnastics team gold: USA Today: U.S.A. women’s gymnastics won a gold medal Tuesday in the team event at the Rio Olympics.
A blind eye to sex abuse: How USA Gymnastics failed to report cases: The Indy Star: USA Gymnastics failed to report many allegations of sexual abuse by coaches over several years even as it kept complaint files on more than 50 coaches.
Supreme Court issues stay in transgender bathroom case, blocking teen’s use of boys’ bathroom: Supreme Court blocks order allowing transgender student to use boys’ bathroom The US Supreme Court has blocked a federal appeals court order requiring a Virginia school board to allow a transgender student to use the boys’ bathroom until the high court decides whether to hear the case.
President Obama commutes sentences of 214 people BuzzFeed News: President Obama commuted the sentences of 214 people serving federal sentences Wednesday, the most commutations issued in a single day in more than a century.
Passenger Jet Burns on Runway After 'Accident' During Landing: NBC News: An Emirates jet carrying 275 people burned on the runway at Dubai International Airport on Wednesday after what the airline described as an “accident.” Follow updates at Breaking News.