Rebels announce cease-fire deal in Aleppo.
Energy Department refuses to name names for Trump team.
Ohio bans abortions after 20 weeks; Kasich vetoes “heartbeat” bill.
“Pizzagate” gunman faces federal charges.
R.I.P. Alan Thicke, 69, sitcom star and songwriter.
Bombing near Cairo Christian cathedral kills 25.
ISIS retakes ancient city of Palmyra.
Alarming: Trump rejects findings of intelligence agencies on Russian hacking.
Fire injures 12 guests at Michigan ski resort.
The last Zika outbreak in Florida is over, for now.
South Korean parliament votes to impeach president.
Russia says Syria halted combat to evacuate civilians.
Final “Zika Zone” on Miami Beach to be lifted.
Winter storm in Michigan causes havoc including a deadly car pileup.
Aw: Trump fans on campus say they need “safe space.”
Syria tells residents of Aleppo to leave or “be annihilated.”
All bodies have been recovered from Colombia plane crash site.
Three people have died in the wildfire in Tennessee.
Scientists blame ocean warming for massive coral die-off.
Obama to send aide to Castro’s funeral.
How’s that transition going?
Secret backdoor on some U.S. phones sent data to China.
Google and Facebook to cut off fake news sites.
Russia resumes airstrikes in Aleppo.
Good luck with that: Sen. Boxer files bill to eliminate Electoral College.
New military operation begins to oust ISIS from Raqqa.
Nicaragua’s Daniel Ortega appears headed for re-election.
Emissions scandal inquiry widens to Volkswagen leaders.
South Carolina man may be linked to seven murders.
NYC marathon gets youngest male winner ever.
ISIS moves civilians into Mosul as human shields.
Pipeline protestors ousted with pepper spray.
Jury acquits Oregon standoff leaders.
Turnabout: Russia gets hacked, e-mails show link to Ukraine crisis.
Trump son: “My dad started the birther conversation.”
U.S. strike targets al-Qaeda senior leadership.
Two earthquakes shake up central Italy.
U.S. abstains in U.N. vote condemning Cuba embargo.
Pentagon backs down from clawback of bonuses paid to reserve soldiers.
Game 2: The Cubs beat Cleveland 5-1.
Top U.S. commander predicts tough fight for Mosul.
Trump brags of endorsements that never happened.
Thousands evicted as French migrant camp is demolished
Volkswagen to spend $10 billion to buy back diesel cars in the U.S.
Game 1: Cleveland 6, Chicago 0.
California tour bus crash kills 13.
Secretary of Defense Carter in Iraq talks of fighting ISIS.
AT&T/Time Warner merger draws scrutiny.
Hillary Clinton pushes for early voters.
In case you didn’t hear: The Cubs are going to the World Series!!
President Obama tells Donald Trump to “stop whining” about ‘rigged’ election claims.
Short-term cease-fire in Yemen seems possible.
Local cable unplugged: Ecuador says it limited Julian Assange’s internet access.
Ford’s plant in Mexico won’t affect its U.S. workforce.
Magazine says six people corroborate writer’s claim that Trump assaulted her.
FBI and State Department say no quid pro quo on Clinton e-mail.
GOP firebombing victims get help from all sides.
Retired general to plead guilty to lying in federal leak probe.
Iraq offensive frees villages from grip of ISIS.
Wikileaks: Assange loses internet via “state actor.”
Iraq launches offensive to take back Mosul.
North Korea says they’ll use nukes first.
North Carolina GOP office firebombed.
Putin claims “we have no wish to influence the U.S. election.”
China astronauts to try nation’s longest mission.
Now what? Colombian voters reject peace deal with FARC.
Hurricane Matthew on its way to Bahamas.
Aleppo hospitals “all but obliterated” by bombings.
Dozens killed in Ethiopia stampede.
Data recorder on N.J. train in wreck wasn’t working.
The Tigers lost to Atlanta and are now out of the wild card race. Thanks, guys. See you in February.
Congress overrides veto to allow suits against Saudi Arabia.
Congress passes short-term funding measure.
Sudan accused of using chemical weapons on civilians.
President Obama will lead the U.S. delegation to Peres funeral.
Tropical Update: TS Matthew keeps on track in the Caribbean toward Cuba.
The Tigers beat Cleveland 6-3.
After decades of war, peace between Colombia and FARC.
Another mass shooting, this time in Houston.
A federal judge blocked attempts to approve proof-of-citizenship for voters.
The Justice Department is sending $20 million to police departments for body cameras.
Jury selection begins in the Dylan Roof trial in Charleston.
Tropical Update: Invest 97L could move toward the U.S.
New York/New Jersey bombing suspect is captured after a gun battle.
The Syrian cease-fire ended.
Prosecutors say Gov. Christie knew about bridge lane closures.
Energy prices increased across the South thanks to a ruptured gasoline pipeline.
Pro-Putin parties show strength in local elections.
Tropical Update: TS Karl is going to stay clear of the East coast.
NYPD is hunting clues in the Saturday night bombing in Chelsea.
UN General Assembly opens under heightened scrutiny.
American airstrikes hit Syrian troops.
ISIS lays claim to knife attack in Minnesota.
And the Emmys went to…
Tropical Update: A new one, TS Karl, is out in the Atlantic heading east. TS Julia is the zombie storm that will not die.
The Tigers beat Cleveland 9-5 to keep hope alive.
Syria ceasefire takes effect.
Clinton campaign explains mishanded health scare.
President Obama will veto the bill that allows 9/11 families to sue Saudi Arabia.
Brazil ratifies Paris climate agreement.
The UN reports that Iran has kept to the nuclear arms agreement.
Kansas, Georgia, and Alabama must remove proof-of-citizenship from voter ID according to a federal court.
The Tigers beat the Twins 4-2.
Hillary Clinton is being treated for pneumonia.
Spate of deadly attacks hit Syria in advance of cease-fire.
North Korea calls sanctions “laughable.”
Trump adviser and son post neo-Nazi image.
One dead, two wounded in shooting in Kansas Wal Mart.
The Tigers had a lousy weekend with the Orioles.