Sept. 15, 2015 06:42 AM
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1. FLOODING KILLS AT LEAST 8 IN UTAH-ARIZONA BORDER TOWN

Five others are missing in a community that serves as a home base for imprisoned polygamous sect leader Warren Jeffs, authorities say.

2. HUNGARY DECLARES EMERGENCY IN 2 BORDER COUNTIES

The measure paves the way for the deployment of the army to assist police with border patrol and migrant-related duties.

3. NORTH KOREA REPORTEDLY RESTARTS NUCLEAR BOMB FUEL PLANTS

The move, which experts say is designed to spur talks with the U.S., will push Pyongyang further toward a standoff with Washington and its allies, especially Seoul and Tokyo.

4. MAN DIES OF GUNSHOT WOUND AFTER KILLING PROFESSOR, PARTNER

Shannon Lamb is suspected in the shooting deaths of two people in Mississippi, including a woman he was living with and a teacher at Delta State University.

5. WILDFIRE DEVASTATES CALIFORNIA MOUNTAIN TOWN

Middletown is evacuated — and gutted — by a blaze that shocks firefighters with its strength and speed.

6. SENATE TO HOLD ONE MORE VOTE ON IRAN DEAL

Democrats are poised to block the measure and preserve Obama's foreign policy win.

7. WHO BOOSTS SOCIAL WORK IN CUBA AHEAD OF POPE VISIT

The island's Catholic Church and its communist government build a warm relationship, allowing the former to take on activities unimaginable before.

8. HOW RELIGIOUS CLERKS IN KENTUCKY REACT TO KIM DAVIS SAGA

Most of the state's 120 clerical staffers comply with the Supreme Court's order to issue licenses to gay marriage, though many struggle with the decision.

9. WHY STATEHOUSE SEX SCANDALS MATTER

They distract elected officials from working on public policy and can cost taxpayers hundreds of thousands of dollars in legal fees, lost productivity and special elections.

10. PRINCE HARRY TO CELEBRATE 31ST BIRTHDAY HONORING WWII PILOTS

He will watch as some 40 Spitfire, Hurricane and Bristol Blenheim bombers fly in formation before dispersing to wartime airfields in the south of England.