• Cleveland Indians' Tyler Naquin is unable to make a sliding catch on a ball hit by Toronto Blue Jays Devon Travis during the eighth inning of a baseball game, Saturday, Aug. 20, 2016, in Cleveland. (AP Photo/Aaron Josefczyk)

    Cleveland comes back but falls short in 6-5 loss to Toronto

    CLEVELAND (AP) — Tyler Naquin and the Cleveland Indians came up just short in their latest attempted rally.

  • Canadian rock band The Tragically Hip holds final show

    TORONTO (AP) — Canadians are watching the final concert by their rock band The Tragically Hip, whose lead singer and songwriter Gord Downie has been diagnosed with terminal brain cancer.

  • Toronto Blue Jays' Ryan Goins (17) is welcomed at home plate by Darwin Barney after they both scored on a single by Devon Travis during the second inning of a baseball game against the Cleveland Indians, Saturday, Aug. 20, 2016, in Cleveland. (AP Photo/Aaron Josefczyk)

    Encarnacion, Osuna lead Blue Jays over Indians 6-5

    CLEVELAND (AP) — Edwin Encarnacion homered, Roberto Osuna bounced back from a nightmarish outing to record the save and the Toronto Blue Jays beat the Cleveland Indians 6-5 on Saturday night.

  • This July 16, 2016, photo taken from underwater  video  shows the "Washington", which sank during a storm in 1803. The team of underwater explorers says it has found the second-oldest confirmed shipwreck in the Great Lakes, an American-built, Canadian owned-sloop that sank in Lake Ontario 213 years ago. The three-member western New York-based team says it discovered the wreck of the Washington earlier this summer in deep water off Oswego. (Roger L. Pawlowski via AP)

    Explorers find 2nd-oldest confirmed shipwreck in Great Lakes

    ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) — The second-oldest confirmed shipwreck in the Great Lakes, an American-built, Canadian-owned sloop that sank in Lake Ontario more than 200 years ago, has been found, a team of underwater explorers said Wednesday.

  • Love blossoms, wanes in Sarah Polley’s ‘Waltz’

    In this Sept. 11, 2011 photo, director-screenwriter-actress Sarah Polley poses for a portrait during the 36th Toronto International Film Festival in Toronto, Canada.  (AP Photo/Carlo Allegri)

    TORONTO (AP) — Sarah Polley’s getting an earful from reporters asking her just how autobiographical the marital breakup is in her latest film, “Take This Waltz.” The writer-director’s answer: It’s not autobiographical at all.