• New Mexico councilor in troubled city arrested at meeting

    SUNLAND PARK, N.M. (AP) — A councilor in a troubled New Mexico border city has been arrested on misdemeanor drug charges in the middle of a special council meeting.

  • A view of a residential building partially collapsed by what police are describing as explosive devices delivered in mail packages in Liucheng county in south China's Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region Wednesday Sept. 30, 2015. A 33-year-old local resident was identified as a suspect after a series of explosions targeting public buildings in a small city in southern China killed several people and injured dozens on Wednesday, officials and state media said.(Chinatopix Via AP) CHINA OUT

    Explosions kill 6, injure dozens in southern China city

    BEIJING (AP) — An explosion damaged a six-story building Thursday in southern China, less than a day after more than a dozen blasts triggered by explosive devices delivered in mail packages killed at least seven people and injured over 50 in the same county in southern China, officials and state media said.

  • Brown County Lambeau Field sales tax ends

    GREEN BAY, Wis. (AP) — A sales tax imposed in Brown County about 15 years ago is coming to an end.

  • Wednesday, September 30, 2015

    Russia says warplanes hit Islamic State and coordinated with US, denying criticism

  • In this Saturday, Sept. 19, 2015 photo, tourists take photos of the Potala Palace beneath a security camera in Lhasa, capital of the Tibet Autonomous Region of China. Top-down development has poured more than $100 million dollars into the region since 1952, but critics say that Beijing’s obsession with social stability also has led to widespread human right abuses. (AP Photo/Aritz Parra)

    China micromanages Tibet, floods it with money to woo locals

    LHASA, China (AP) — Ji Yunpeng misses hotpot dinners with his wife and daughter back in Beijing and fights insomnia caused by the high altitude in the Tibetan capital by playing computer games, and, occasionally, studying Tibetan Buddhism.

  • In this Sept. 19, 2015 photo, two Miskito girls displaced from communities by violence, on the banks of the Rio Coco in the Waspukta community, Nicaragua. In recent weeks Nicaragua's normally sleepy northern Caribbean coast has erupted in deadly clashes between Miskito Indians and mestizo, or mixed-race, settlers from the western part of the country. At least nine people were killed and 20 more wounded in September and hundreds of Miskito have fled their ancestral lands, in some cases escaping into neighboring Honduras. (AP Photo/Esteban Felix)

    AP PHOTOS: Deadly Nicaragua land conflict displaces hundreds

    WASPAM, Nicaragua (AP) — Nicaragua’s normally sleepy northern Caribbean coast in recent weeks has erupted in deadly clashes between Miskito Indians and settlers from the country’s west.

  • Sunday, September 27, 2015

    The Latest: Obama, Putin agree to discuss political transition in Syria