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FILE - In this June 16, 2017 photo, file photo, singer-songwriter Rene Perez Joglar, also known as Residente, poses for a photo during an interview in Mexico City. Residente leads Latin Grammys nominations with nine nods that include record, song and album of the year. The Latin Recording Academy announced its nominees Tuesday, Sept. 26. (AP Photo/Eduardo Verdugo, File)

Residente leads Latin Grammys nominations with 9 nods

- Associated Press

Puerto Rican rapper Residente's first solo album post-Calle 13 has received a leading nine nominations for this year's Latin Grammys, including for record, song and album of the year.

Russia threatens to block Facebook over data storage

Associated Press

In its latest attempt to wrest control of the Internet, Russia's communications agency on Tuesday threatened to block access to Facebook if the company refuses to store its data locally.

Family: Man who shot young son, himself, a loving father

Associated Press

Family members of a Massachusetts man authorities say fatally shot his 6-year-old son before taking his own life say he was a loving father who struggled with post-traumatic stress disorder after serving in Iraq in the 1990s.

Handguns are displayed on a vendor's table at an annual gun show in Albany, N.Y., on Jan. 26, 2013. (Associated Press) **FILE**

Children influenced by gun violence on TV: Study

The Washington Times

Children exposed to gun violence on television are more likely to imitate the actions they see, according to a new study that sought to explore how U.S. gun culture influences the youth.

FILE - In this Aug. 22, 2017, file photo, comic book writer Stan Lee strikes a "Spider-Man" pose at the "Extraordinary: Stan Lee" tribute event at the Saban Theatre in Beverly Hills, Calif. Lee is raising money for victims of Hurricane Irma while in Florida for the MegaCon Tampa Bay convention in Tampa on Friday, Sept. 29, 2017. Lee says he feels everyone should do their part to help victims of the storm, and he is auctioning off a one-on-one meal, as well as artwork from his personal collection, during his panel at the convention on Friday. (Photo by Chris Pizzello/Invision/AP, File)

Comic legend Stan Lee to raise money for Irma victims

- Associated Press

Comic-book publisher Stan Lee has been writing about superheroes for his entire career, and now he's hoping to be one himself for some of the victims of Hurricane Irma.

Parents of Ohio student speak out against North Korea

Associated Press

The parents of a young Ohioan who was detained for more than a year and died soon after being released by North Korea are describing his condition when he arrived home as they blast "terrorists" they say tortured him.

FILE - In this May 30, 2007, file photo, Equifax CEO Richard Smith poses for a photo at the Equifax headquarters in Atlanta. On Tuesday, Sept. 26, 2017, credit reporting agency Equifax ousted CEO Smith in an effort to clean up the mess left by a damaging data breach that exposed highly sensitive information about 143 million Americans. (Joey Ivansco/Atlanta Journal-Constitution via AP, File)

Equifax CEO retires in the wake of damaging data breach

- Associated Press

Equifax CEO Richard Smith is retiring effective immediately as the credit reporting agency tries to clean up the mess left by a damaging data breach that exposed highly sensitive information about 143 million Americans.

Long-term care costs are surging

- Associated Press

Long-term care costs are surging again and the most expensive option - a private nursing home room - may soon top $100,000 per year.