• This photo taken on Monday, Sept. 19, 2016, shows an apartment building freshly renovated by an international developer group that bought the house from the husband of Warsaw Mayor Hanna Gronkiewicz-Waltz, in Warsaw, Poland. Its previous ownership rights and its restitution to the Waltz family are one of the issues raised amid a current political storm. Poland’s ruling party leader called this week for a special commission to deal with a problem that has resulted in the eviction of thousands of Warsaw residents, concerning private property that was “nationalized,” or seized by the communist regime in 1945, just after World War II. In recent years some of the properties have been slowly returned to their original owners or people claiming to represent them, but the process has been tainted by false claims and corruption. (AP Photo/Czarek Sokolowski)

    Property restitution an issue in Poland long after communism

    WARSAW, Poland (AP) — A Warsaw court had no questions when a landlord known for brutal evictions sought the return of an apartment house seized under communism from a Jewish woman. It was tenants who came forward with information that blocked the restitution, showing the woman — who would have been 106— died in 1974.

  • In this Tuesday, May 26, 2015 file photo, pedestrians walk by an entrance to the Time Warner Center in New York. On Saturday, Oct. 22, 2016, several reports citing unnamed sources said AT&T is in advanced talks to buy Time Warner, owner of the Warner Bros. movie studio as well as HBO and CNN. The giant phone company is said to be offering $80 billion or more, a massive deal that would shake up the media landscape. (AP Photo/Mary Altaffer)

    AT&T’s $85.4B deal for Time Warner: A new bet on synergy

    NEW YORK (AP) — AT&T’s $85.4 billion purchase of Time Warner represents a new bet on synergy between companies that distribute information and entertainment to consumers and those that produce it.

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  • Immigration status serves as barrier for some students

    SANTA FE, N.M. (AP) — Some students say they’re losing out despite a New Mexico law that allows them in-state tuition at public colleges or universities and state-funded financial aid regardless of their immigration status.

  • More than 27,000 Virginians register to vote after extension

    RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — The Virginia Department of Elections says more than 27,000 people registered to vote during a brief extension of the state’s voter-registration deadline.

  • In this Nov. 3, 2015 file photo, the Keystone Steele City pumping station, into which the planned Keystone XL pipeline is to connect to, is seen in Steele City, Neb. Hacked emails show Hillary Clinton’s campaign wrestled with how to announce her opposition to construction of the controversial Keystone XL pipeline without losing the support of labor unions that supported to project. Emails published this week by WikiLeaks show debate and confusion within the Clinton camp as it faced down the unexpectedly strong primary challenge by liberal Sen. Bernie Sanders, who opposed the pipeline. (AP Photo/Nati Harnik, File)

    Emails show Clinton campaign attention to black voters.

    WASHINGTON (AP) — Hacked emails from the personal account of Hillary Clinton’s top campaign official show some of the attention her team paid to courting black voters.

  • Iraqi Special Forces soldiers hold a cross found in the town of Bartella, Iraq, Saturday, Oct. 22, 2016. Iraqi forces retook Bartella, around 15 kilometers east of Mosul, earlier this week, but are still facing pockets of resistance in the area. (AP Photo/Marko Drobnjakovic)

    Mosul Today: Iraqi army advances after IS assault on Kirkuk

    BAGHDAD (AP) — The Iraqi army pushed into a town near the Islamic State-held city of Mosul on Saturday, a day after dozens of IS militants stormed into the northern city of Kirkuk, setting off two days of clashes and killing at least 80 people, mostly security forces.

  • Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton arrives to board her campaign plane at Westchester County Airport in White Plains, N.Y., Friday, Oct. 21, 2016, to travel to Cleveland for a rally. (AP Photo/Andrew Harnik)

    Clinton campaign: No health issues after mailed powder found

    NEW YORK (AP) — The Hillary Clinton campaign says four people have been examined by medical personnel after a white powdery substance arrived at a New York campaign office and they have reported no health issues.

  • CORRECTS POOL SOURCE TO THE CINCINNATI ENQUIRER - Ray Tensing enters Judge Megan Shanahan's courtroom for his pre-trial hearing on Friday, Oct. 14, 2016, in Cincinnati. The former University of Cincinnati police officer is charged with killing Sam DuBose, an unarmed black man during a traffic stop over a missing front license plate.   (Amanda Rossmann /The Cincinnati Enquirer via AP, Pool)

    Cincinnati braces for racially charged police shooting trial

    CINCINNATI (AP) — Under tight courthouse security and close monitoring by local officials concerned about keeping the peace, jury selection begins Tuesday for the murder trial of a white university police officer charged with killing an unarmed black man during a traffic stop.

  • In this March 30, 2016 photo, demonstrators raise their fists in the air at the Government Center in Minneapolis during a protest over two Minneapolis police officers fatally shooting Jamar Clark, a black man, in November 2015. Two Minneapolis police officers followed proper procedure in a confrontation that led to the fatal shooting of Clark in November, and won't face discipline, the city's police chief announced Friday, Oct. 21.  (AP Photo/Jim Mone, File)

    No discipline for Minneapolis cops in Jamar Clark slaying

    MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Two Minneapolis police officers followed proper procedure in a confrontation that led to the fatal shooting of Jamar Clark in November, and won’t face discipline, the city’s police chief announced.