The Republican presidential front-runner declines to challenge a questioner in New Hampshire who incorrectly states that Obama is a Muslim and "not even an American."
Croatia closes all of its border crossings with Serbia except for one after straining to cope with some 13,000 refugees who entered the country after Hungary closed off its border in the last two days.
The number of refugees globally stands at a record 60 million, and draws comparisons with World War II, yet it pales to the internal movement within China, where about 253 million rural farmers have moved to cities for work.
GOP leaders are on track to pass a measure targeting Planned Parenthood and another curbing some abortion procedures.
Economists say the central bank needs to see a stable dollar, steady oil prices and a stronger job market before it would consider raising interest rates.
Francis plans to meet with Cuba's president and its priests, its young and its sick, its churchgoers and its seminarians. But not its dissidents, sparking bitter critiques.
As recognition, diagnosis and treatment of diseases such as Alzheimer's increases, U.S. cities are embracing efforts to make it easier for the stricken in their everyday interactions.
The Marine Corps is expected to ask that women not be allowed to compete for several front-line combat jobs, inflaming tensions between Navy and Marine leaders.
Many colleges now let or encourage transgender, genderqueer students choose their pronouns.
Denver cornerback Bradley Roby returns Jamaal Charles' second fumble 21 yards for a touchdown with 27 seconds remaining, stunning Kansas City 31-24.