Updated at 11:58 AM

MOSCOW (AP) " The Russian government has begun fighting accusations that the country operated a vast state-sponsored doping program, even as the first punishment was handed down Tuesday.

Updated at 11:57 AM

MILWAUKEE (AP) " Organizers are promising to focus on substance when eight Republicans face off on the main stage for the GOP's fourth presidential debate.

Updated at 11:56 AM

BERLIN (AP) " Helmut Schmidt, the chancellor who guided West Germany through economic turbulence and Cold War tensions, stood firm against a wave of homegrown terrorism and became a respected elder statesman, died Tuesday. He was 96.

Updated at 11:51 AM

MADRID (AP) " Legendary New Orleans musician and composer Allen Toussaint, who penned such classics as "Working in a Coal Mine" and "Lady Marmalade," has died after suffering a heart attack following a concert he performed in Spain. He was 77.

Updated at 11:30 AM

ARLINGTON, Va. (AP) " He tackled a suicide bomber while serving in Afghanistan, saving fellow soldiers' lives while suffering a gruesome leg injury. During three years of recovery and more than 30 surgeries at Walter Reed National Military Medical...

Updated at 11:30 AM

NEW YORK (AP) " Google Maps is getting disconnected.

Updated at 11:13 AM

MILAN (AP) " Apple CEO Tim Cook spoke to faculty and students at Bocconi University, Italy's top business school on Tuesday, his first speech to a European university.

Updated at 11:02 AM

MANCHESTER, N.H. (AP) " Hillary Rodham Clinton is outlining steps to improve the Department of Veterans Affairs, pushing back against calls by Republicans to privatize the sprawling health care system for those who have served in the military.

Updated at 11:00 AM

It's hard to be bad when you're just naturally so good. On Tuesday's Fresh Off the Boat,...

Updated at 10:53 AM

CALAIS, France (AP) " The latest news as tens of thousands of people fleeing war or poverty make their way across Europe. All times local.

Updated at 10:52 AM

NEW ORLEANS (AP) " A federal appeals court has ruled against President Barack Obama's plan to protect an estimated 5 million people living in the United States illegally from deportation.

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