• American owners of English football club Derby sell up

    DERBY, England (AP) — Derby’s American owners have sold the English second-tier club to a local businessman who made a fortune through the “Candy Crush Saga” mobile game.

  • FILE- In this Feb. 9, 2014 file photo,two owners of Tazreen Fashions Ltd., Delwar Hossain, center right and his wife, Mahmuda Akter, center left are escorted by security personnel to a court in Dhaka, Bangladesh. A court in Bangladesh’s capital on Thursday, Sept. 3, 2015 indicted the two owners of the garment factory and 11 others facing homicide charges for a 2012 fire that killed 112 workers.  (AP Photo, file)

    Bangladesh court indicts owners in deadly 2012 factory fire

    DHAKA, Bangladesh (AP) — A court in Bangladesh’s capital indicted the two owners of a garment factory and 11 others on homicide charges Thursday for a 2012 fire that killed 112 workers.

  • A man walks past homes, condominiums, and train tank cars with signs indicating  petroleum crude oil standing idle on the tracks in Philadelphia on Wednesday, Aug. 26, 2015. Activists in Philadelphia question whether the city has adequately communicated its evacuation plans with residents who would have to leave quickly after an accident. (AP Photo/Matt Rourke)

    AP survey: How cities are handling surge in oil trains

    Mile-long trains carrying millions of gallons of crude have become a common sight in cities around the U.S., raising concern about the possibility of a catastrophic derailment near crowded neighborhoods or critical infrastructure.

  • In this photo made early Thursday Aug. 26, 2015, the sun rises as a jetliner comes in for a landing at Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport in Grapevine, Texas. Each day, more than 170,000 passengers use the airport, making it the ninth busiest in the world. (AP Photo/LM Otero)

    Labor Day flying: behind the scenes at a very busy airport

    DALLAS (AP) — More than 14.2 million people are expected to fly over the seven days surrounding the Labor Day holiday, a 3 percent increase from last year, according to Airlines for America, the industry’s trade and lobbying group.

  • A migrant lies on the track with a baby as she is detained  in Bicske, Hungary, Thursday, Sept. 3, 2015. Over 150,000 migrants have reached Hungary this year, most coming through the southern border with Serbia. Many apply for asylum but quickly try to leave for richer EU countries. (AP Photo/Petr David Josek)

    Migrants flood Budapest rail station; no trains to the West

    BUDAPEST, Hungary (AP) — Thousands of people desperate to reach Western Europe rushed into a Budapest train station Thursday after police ended a two-day blockade, setting off a wave of anger and confusion as hundreds shoved their way onto a waiting train. But when it tried to drop them off at a Hungarian camp for asylum seekers, a bitter showdown began.

    Updated: 6:03 pm

  • In this photo provided by the RSPCA/Australian Capital Territory, an overgrown sheep found in Australian scrubland is prepared to be shorn in Canberra, Australia, Thursday, Sept. 3, 2015. The wild, castrated merino ram named Chris, yielded 40 kilograms (89 pounds) of wool — the equivalent of 30 sweaters — and sheded almost half his body weight. (RSPCA ACT/ via AP) EDITORIAL USE ONLY, NO SALES

    Lost Australian sheep yields 30 sweaters worth of fleece

    CANBERRA, Australia (AP) — A lost, overgrown sheep found in Australian scrubland was shorn for perhaps the first time on Thursday, yielding 40 kilograms (89 pounds) of wool — the equivalent of 30 sweaters — and shedding almost half his body weight.

  • Pedestrians walk past train tank cars with signs indicating  petroleum crude oil standing idle on the tracks in Philadelphia on Wednesday, Aug. 26, 2015. While railroads have long carried hazardous materials through congested urban areas, cities are now scrambling to formulate emergency plans and to train firefighters amid the latest safety threat: a fiftyfold increase in crude shipments that critics say has put millions of people living or working near the tracks at heightened risk of derailment, fire and explosion. (AP Photo/Matt Rourke)

    Big cities scramble to be prepared for an oil train disaster

    PHILADELPHIA (AP) — They rumble past schools, homes and businesses in dozens of cities around the country — 100-car trains loaded with crude oil from the Upper Midwest.

  • In this photo provided by the RSPCA/Australian Capital Territory, an overgrown sheep found in Australian scrubland is prepared to be shorn in Canberra, Australia, Thursday, Sept. 3, 2015. The wild, castrated merino ram named Chris, yielded 40 kilograms (89 pounds) of wool — the equivalent of 30 sweaters — and sheded almost half his body weight. (RSPCA ACT/ via AP) EDITORIAL USE ONLY, NO SALES

    Lost Australian sheep yields 30 sweaters worth of fleece

    CANBERRA, Australia (AP) — A lost, overgrown sheep found in Australian scrubland was shorn for perhaps the first time on Thursday, yielding 40 kilograms (89 pounds) of wool — the equivalent of 30 sweaters — and shedding almost half his body weight.

  • NM regulators accused of ‘chummy’ relations with utility

    ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — Members of a powerful New Mexico regulatory body are too “chummy” with utility executives and should not be allowed to make decisions about the fate of a coal-fired power plant that serves customers around the Southwest, according to the latest pleadings of an environmental group.

  • In this Feb. 25, 2015 file photo, dead fish and trash float in the polluted Guanabara Bay in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Olympic organizers have agreed to test for viruses in Rio’s sewage-filled waters. But even if they find high virus counts, organizers say they have no plans to move venues. (AP Photo/Leo Correa, File)

    Obstacle to moving Rio Olympic venues? 1,400 silent athletes

    RIO DE JANEIRO (AP) — Olympic organizers have agreed to test for viruses in Rio’s sewage-filled waters.