• The Latest: Senators want info. about driver in US illegally

    NEW ORLEANS (AP) — The Latest on fatal bus crash in Louisiana (all times local):

  • Police investigating USC linebacker in sex assault case

    SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — A University of Southern California football player is being investigated on suspicion of sexual assault in Utah.

  • In this Aug. 19, 2016 photo, the lower Manhattan skyline, including One World Trade Center and the Brooklyn Bridge, are shown in New York. Construction cranes continue working on top of 3 World Trade Center. Fifteen years after the Sept. 11th attacks, downtown New York has been reborn, not just with the construction of One World Trade, but with a host of attractions both somber and vibrant, including the 9/11 Memorial and Museum, two retail malls, new hotels and restaurants. (AP Photo/Mark Lennihan)

    The new downtown: Lower Manhattan reborn 15 years after 9/11

    NEW YORK (AP) — Fifteen years after the Sept. 11th attacks, Lower Manhattan has been reborn.

  • Griffin comes out of retirement to lead Ga Tech athletics

    ATLANTA (AP) — Paul Griffin has come out of retirement to lead Georgia Tech’s athletic department through another transition.

  • Correction: Immigration-Family Detention story

    PHILADELPHIA (AP) — In a story Aug. 29 about a federal appeals court upholding a ruling that would send 28 detained immigrant mothers and their children back to their home countries, The Associated Press reported erroneously that some of the women seeking asylum were from Ecuador. The women were from Honduras, Guatemala and El Salvador, not Ecuador.

  • In this Aug. 23, 2016 file photo, migrants queue to receive their daily food distribution in a makeshift camp in Calais, northern France. Tempers are rising among migrants squeezed in record numbers into a shrinking slum camp in France's port city of Calais, where hours-long waiting lines for food and showers and the tightening grip of security forces are leaving emotions raw. (AP Photo/Michel Spingler, File)

    Tensions mount as record numbers crowd French migrant camp

    CALAIS, France (AP) — Tempers are flaring among migrants squeezed in record numbers into a shrinking slum camp in France’s port city of Calais, where they spend hours in line waiting for food and showers.

  • This photo released by the the Mass Graves Directorate of the Kurdish Regional Government shows a skeleton exhumed from a mass grave containing Yazidis killed by Islamic State militants in the Sinjar region of northern Iraq. An analysis by The Associated Press has found 72 mass graves left behind by Islamic State extremists in Iraq and Syria, and many more are expected to be discovered as the group loses territory.  (Kurdish Mass Graves Directorate via AP)

    AP documents 72 mass graves found so far from IS territory

    HARDAN, Iraq (AP) — Peering through binoculars, the young man watched as Islamic State extremists gunned down the handcuffed men and then buried them with a waiting bulldozer. For six days he watched as IS filled one grave after another with his friends and neighbors.

  • NC officer confronts suspect: ‘Put the gun down, bro’

    RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) — Recorded radio traffic captures a North Carolina police officer telling a suspect to put his gun down during a confrontation that ended with an officer injured and the suspect dead.

  • Hearing set in Tennessee high school basketball rape case

    SEVIERVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — Three Tennessee high school basketball players were in juvenile court Tuesday to face charges that they raped a freshman teammate in an apparent hazing incident.

  • Rodney Earl Sanders, of Kosciusko, Miss., leaves the Durant Municipal Building after an initial appearance in court Monday, Aug. 29, 2016, in Durant, Miss. Sanders was charged with two counts of capital murder in the slayings of Sisters Margaret Held and Paula Merrill, both 68. The nuns, who were nurse practitioners, were found stabbed to death last week in their home. (AP Photo/Rogelio V. Solis)

    Prosecutor to mull death penalty opposition in nuns’ slaying

    DURANT, Miss. (AP) — A Mississippi prosecutor said she hasn’t decided whether to seek the death penalty for a man charged with killing two nuns who dedicated their lives to helping people in one of the poorest counties in the nation.