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AP PHOTOS: Editor selections from Latin America, Caribbean

Posted On: Oct 12, 2018   |   Posted By: ABC News

AP PHOTOS: Many Brazilians back rightist candidate in opening round of presidential election, questions hit Venezuela over suspicious death of an opposition activist, ex-vice president sent to prison in Guatemala

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The 'Wonder Woman' sequel has been pushed back 7 months, and Warner Bros...

The 'Wonder Woman' sequel has been pushed back 7 months, and Warner Bros. says it's because it wants a summer release

"Wonder Woman 1984," the sequel to the 2017 hit, "Wonder Woman," has been pushed back from next November to June 2020. Warner Bros. said it's because the first "Wonder Woman... Read more ...

Cowboys try to save season with Amari Cooper blockbuster

Cowboys try to save season with Amari Cooper blockbuster

Jon Gruden is sending another talented weapon packing for another big return. The Raiders and Cowboys have agreed on a trade that will send Amari Cooper to the Cowboys for a... Read more ...

College basketball rankings: Kansas, Kentucky lead preseason AP Poll

College basketball rankings: Kansas, Kentucky lead preseason AP Poll

The AP has released its preseason poll for the 2018-19 college basketball season. Kansas and Kentucky are on top, as usual, but who else made the top 25? Read more ...

See the world's longest sea-crossing bridge

See the world's longest sea-crossing bridge

Costing $20 billion, this 35-mile-long bridge connects Hong Kong and Macau to Zhuhai on the Chinese mainland. Read more ...

Massive recall issued for frozen beef, chicken taquitos for salmonella...

Massive recall issued for frozen beef, chicken taquitos for salmonella, listeria concerns

The foods included in the recall were produced from July 1 to Oct. 10, 2018. Read more ...

Kushner: US still seeking facts in Khashoggi death

Kushner: US still seeking facts in Khashoggi death

White House senior adviser Jared Kushner said Monday that the US is still seeking facts in the slaying of Jamal Khashoggi, who Saudi Arabia claims died after a fistfight with... Read more ...

Security guard shoots man trying to get into DC TV station

Security guard shoots man trying to get into DC TV station

A security guard shot a man who was trying to get into WTTG-TV, the local Fox station in Washington, D.C., Monday afternoon, WBAL-TV's sister station, WRC, reported. Read more ...

Losing Jaguars sticking with Blake Bortles as starting QB

Losing Jaguars sticking with Blake Bortles as starting QB

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. - The Jacksonville Jaguars are sticking with Blake Bortles as the team's starting quarterback. Read more ...

TCU's Turpin suspended after alleged assault on girlfriend

TCU's Turpin suspended after alleged assault on girlfriend

FORT WORTH, Texas - TCU receiver and standout returner KaVontae Turpin was suspended from the team Monday after his arrest over the weekend on an assault charge for an alleged... Read more ...

Ronaldo defends himself against rape accusation

Ronaldo defends himself against rape accusation

MANCHESTER, England - Speaking publicly for the first time since being accused of rape, Cristiano Ronaldo defended himself against the allegation and said Monday he is... Read more ...