Syria's ceasefire is over after a bloody week

Syria's ceasefire is over after a bloody week

Air strikes have hit rebel-held parts of the Syrian city of Aleppo after the military declared the current cessation of violence was over. The Britain-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said on Monday that 29 children and teenagers are among those killed, as well as 17 women.

FBI Investigating St. Cloud Mall Stabbing; Clinton Briefed

An ISIS run-news agency claimed a connection to the attack, calling the man a "soldier of the Islamic State", as NPR's Alison Meuse reports . An FBI official said that investigators are viewing the attack as a possible act of terrorism.

Nico Rosberg wins Singapore Grand Prix

Ricciardo quickly began to ramp up the pressure on Rosberg, running nearly three seconds per lap quicker heading into the closing stages, setting up a nail-biting finish. "We need to start coming out with some plan because this is all the pace I've got with the brakes", demanded the championship leader on the radio. His night then got worse after he slipped behind Raikkonen following a mistake at turn 10 which enabled the Finn to pass him at the ensuing corner.

UN assessing security in wake of NYC blast

UN assessing security in wake of NYC blast

Police arrive on the scene of an explosion in Manhattan's Chelsea neighborhood, in New York, September 17, 2016. The bomb went off Saturday night in Manhattan's Chelsea neighborhood, injuring 29 people. The bombing rocked the city's Chelsea neighborhood, a mostly residential part of Manhattan's west side known for its art galleries and large gay population.

No third-party candidates at first presidential debate

Though his most blistering attacks were reserved Trump , McQuaid hardly spared Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton, calling her "a selfish, self-centered, sanctimonious prig". Seventeen percent of respondents said they were undecided in that poll. Green Party nominee Jill Stein . With a new round of national polls showing Hillary Clinton's lead over Donald Trump seemingly evaporating overnight, Libertarian Gary Johnson has suddenly turned into an attractive alternative for some voters.

Missouri lawmakers back voter photo ID, looser gun laws

The legislation also would create a "stand-your-ground" right, meaning people don't have duty to retreat from danger any place they are legally entitled to be present. This bill will improve the ability of law-abiding gun owners to exercise their Second Amendment rights. Missourians will still not be able to carry openly or concealed in such establishments.