• Houston Astros' Scott Kazmir delivers a pitch against the Los Angeles Dodgers during the fifth inning of a baseball game Saturday, Aug. 22, 2015, in Houston. (AP Photo/Pat Sullivan)

    Kazmir pitches Astros over Greinke, Dodgers 3-1

    HOUSTON (AP) — The Houston Astros knew mistakes would be at a minimum with Zack Greinke on the mound, and they took advantage of the three he made.

  • Emergency services attend the scene on the A27 after a plane crashed into cars on the major road during an aerial display at the Shoreham Airshow in West Sussex, England, Saturday, Aug. 22, 2015. A military jet taking part in a British airshow crashed into a busy main road, killing seven people and injuring more than a dozen others, police said Saturday. The Hawker Hunter fighter jet, which was participating in the Shoreham Airshow near Brighton in southern England, hit several vehicles on the road as it crashed Saturday afternoon. Witnesses told local TV that the jet appeared to have plummeted when it failed to pull out of a loop maneuver. (Daniel Leal-Olivas/PA via AP)    UNITED KINGDOM OUT       -      NO SALES      -     NO ARCHIVES

    Police say 7 dead after jet in UK airshow crashes into road

    LONDON (AP) — A military jet taking part in a British airshow crashed into a busy main road Saturday, killing seven people and injuring more than a dozen others, police said.

  • Saturday, August 22, 2015

    US airman says train attacker ‘ready to fight to the end’ and ‘so were we’

  • Correction: Immigrant Birth Certificates story

    SAN ANTONIO (AP) — In an Aug. 21 story about immigrant families who were denied birth certificates for their U.S.-born children, The Associated Press reported erroneously that immigration authorities have been stopped and questioned by immigration officials about their children’s immigration status. The story should have said immigrant parents have been stopped and questioned by immigration officials about their children’s immigration status.

  • In this Tuesday, Aug. 18, 2015, file photo, Thailand's Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha speaks to reporters in Bangkok. Prayuth, the former army chief who engineered the May 2014 coup, has said he had to take over the government to end protests and political clashes. (AP Photo) THAILAND OUT

    Bombing the latest of many challenges for Thailand’s junta

    BANGKOK (AP) — When a military coup last year ended months of political turmoil and violence in Thailand, even some democracy advocates welcomed the junta’s promise to restore stability and return “happiness to the people.”

  • Wayne State University holding 100-mile cycling fundraiser

    DETROIT (AP) — Hundreds of bicyclists turned out for a Wayne State University cycling event designed to raise scholarship money for students in financial need.

  • A June 10, 2015 photo from files showing Ashley Madison's Korean web site on a computer screen in Seoul, South Korea. U.S. government employees with sensitive jobs in national security or law enforcement were among hundreds of federal workers found to be using government networks to access and pay membership fees to the cheating website Ashley Madison, The Associated Press has learned.  The list includes at least two assistant U.S. attorneys, an information technology administrator in the White House’s support staff, a Justice Department investigator, a division chief, and a government hacker and counterterrorism employee at the Homeland Security Department. Others visited from networks operated by the Pentagon.   (AP Photo/Lee Jin-man, File)

    Things to know about Ashley Madison breach: Who’s affected?

    LONDON (AP) — The spectacular breach at adultery site Ashley Madison gave rise to sordid tales of horrified spouses rushing to get tested for sexually transmitted diseases, frantic phone calls to lawyers and torrid confrontations with spouses. But hard information has been hard to come by. Even the true number of people affected by the breach has been clouded by uncertainty over how many of the roughly 39 million members Ashley Madison claims to have are genuine.

  • In this Jan. 5, 2011, file photo, Tyrell Coley, 21, holds his iPhone displaying his Twitter account in the Queens borough of New York. A new poll finds African American millennials are just as engaged in getting news online as their white counterparts, further debunking a long-held belief that people of color are at risk of being left behind technologically. The AP-NORC study found no evidence to suggest that African Americans and Hispanics lag behind in terms of technology use with nearly all millennials across racial and ethnic groups using a smartphone, and half using a tablet.  (AP Photo/Frank Franklin II)

    AP Poll: No lag on tech use by black, Hispanic millennials

    WASHINGTON (AP) — A new poll finds African-American and Hispanic millennials are just as technologically connected and likely to get news through social media as regularly as their white counterparts, further narrowing the risk of people of color being left behind technologically.

  • Mississippi wildlife commission passes deer baiting

    JACKSON, Miss. (AP) — Member of the Mississippi Commission on Wildlife, Fisheries and Parks have voted unanimously in favor of baiting deer.

  • Commission OKs dates for Arkansas duck hunting season

    LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) — The Arkansas Game and Fish Commission has approved a 60-day duck hunting season, which will begin in November.