{FD} UN condemns Congo clashes, calls for quick election calendar

The U.N.

{FD} Students wear ‘White Power’ shirts to homecoming activity

Officials at a Montana high school say two students were told to change out of shirts that said “White Power” on the front of one and “Redneck” with a picture of the Confederate battle flag on the other.

{FD} Ohio police fatally shoot armed murder suspect near home

Authorities in Ohio’s capital say police fatally shot a murder suspect who was seen with a gun in his jacket before he ran from police and was ordered to stop in a confrontation with officers.

{FD} State police: Armed man killed after Detroit-area chase

Michigan State Police say a man has been killed by troopers in suburban Detroit after he sped away during a traffic stop and later emerged from his vehicle with a gun.

{FD} Stripper segregation: Feds say club mistreats black dancers

The federal government is again suing a Mississippi strip club, saying its owner still discriminates against black strippers.

{FD} Murder charges filed in Amber Alert deaths of siblings

An Indiana woman accused of smothering two of her children after abducting them was formally charged with murder Friday.

{FD} NCAA to hold Oct. 28 procedural hearing in UNC academic case

The NCAA’s academic case against North Carolina now has an added step likely to delay resolution a little longer: a procedural hearing.

{FD} Father indicted after daughter found dead in Georgia lake

Police say a man has been indicted on murder and child cruelty charges after his 7-year-old daughter was found dead in a Georgia lake.

{FD} The Latest: Police say Minneapolis homicides likely domestic

The Latest on a Minneapolis shooting incident that left three people dead (all times local): 4:15 p.m.

{FD} Police: Teen tossed baby from window after giving birth

Omaha police investigating the death of an infant say the baby girl was tossed from a second-story apartment window immediately after her teen mother gave birth to her.

{FD} Joseph Verner Reed, Jr., UN official and ex-US envoy dies

Joseph Verner Reed, Jr., a United Nations undersecretary-general, former U.S. ambassador and chief of protocol under President George H.W.

{FD} NJ train crash renews debate over train safety tech

The catastrophic train crash Thursday in Hoboken, N.J., has renewed debate over technology known as “positive train control” that potentially could have helped avert the disaster that injured over 100 and left one woman dead.

{FD} Board apologizes after flap over separate low-income school

A Mississippi school board is apologizing after the superintendent was quoted saying the district might consider an optional separate school to boost academic achievement among low-income students.

{FD} Slain officer’s face to appear on ignition interlock devices

The face of a police officer killed by a drunken driver will appear on ignition interlock devices installed in the vehicles of Maryland motorists convicted of a DUI.

{FD} Records: Man accused of killings stole ID to obtain passport

Court records show a man in the country illegally who’s accused of a string of crimes that left two dead in the Dallas area had fraudulently obtained a U.S. passport that allowed him to freely travel across the Texas-Mexico border.

{FD} Pentagon chief urges Southeast Asia security cooperation

Defense Secretary Ash Carter is meeting in Hawaii with his counterparts from 10 Southeast Asian nations, even as U.S. relations with the Philippines grow shakier.

{FD} Neighbor called ‘person of interest’ in missing woman case

Prosecutors say a Maryland man with a 1971 kidnapping conviction is a “person of interest” in a woman’s disappearance.

{FD} The Latest: Black man dies in fight with California police

The Latest on the death of a black man after a struggle with police in Pasadena, California (all times local): 12:30 p.m.

{FD} Ferry reopens after man drives car into Potomac River

Authorities say a man driving under the influence crashed his car through a closed gate onto a ferry and then into the Potomac River.