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CAMPAIGN 2016

Trump warns of regulations, taxes harming family farmers

DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) — Donald Trump says rival Hillary Clinton will push regulations and high taxes that will hurt family farmers.

Trump made the charge Saturday as he campaigned in Iowa, an agricultural state that remains a presidential election battleground.

Trump warned that Clinton "wants to shut down family farms" and implement anti-agriculture policies. His comments came in a speech to the annual "Roast and Ride" fundraiser for Republican Sen. Joni Ernst.

Clinton met Saturday for more than two hours with intelligence officials at the FBI office in White Plains, New York, for her first overview of the major security issues facing the nation around the globe since she became the Democratic nominee. Earlier this month Trump received his briefing, a customary move for major-party nominees.

CAMPAIGN 2016-DEMOCRATS

Kaine calls Trump's outreach to African-Americans insincere

WASHINGTON (AP) — Democratic vice presidential candidate Tim Kaine says Donald Trump's recent outreach to the African-American community is insincere.

Speaking to reporters Saturday after touring a small event production company in Miami Lakes, Florida, Kaine said he doesn't see the GOP presidential candidate's effort as "that serious."

Kaine says Trump's promotion of the discredited theory that President Barack Obama wasn't born in the U.S. highlights his insensitivity toward African-Americans. And Kaine says that Trump hasn't done enough to distance himself from supporters with ties to the Ku Klux Klan.

Kaine says he finds it troubling that Trump sometimes seems to want to take advantage of that support.

Meanwhile, Hillary Clinton received her first national security briefing Saturday.

The Democratic presidential nominee attended the briefing for more than two hours at the FBI office in White Plains, New York, near her suburban New York City home.

INDONESIA-CHURCH ATTACK

NEW: Would-be bomber fails to detonate in Indonesian church

JAKARTA, Indonesia (AP) — Police in western Indonesia say a would-be suicide bomber failed to detonate explosives in a packed church during Sunday Mass.

National police spokesman Maj. Gen. Boy Rafli Amar says the assailant left a bench and ran toward a priest at the altar but a bomb in his backpack apparently did not detonate and left the attacker injured.

Amar says the man kept running toward the priest with a burning backpack as the congregation chased and captured him.

The motive of the attack is not clear.

Indonesia, the world's most populous Muslim nation, has suffered a spate of deadly attacks by Muslim militants since the 2002 Bali bombings that killed 202 people.

TURKEY ATTACK

Kurdish militants fire rocket at civilian airport in Turkey

ISTANBUL (AP) — Turkey's state-run news agency says Kurdish militants have launched a rocket-propelled grenade at a civilian airport in the southeast of the country, causing minor damage and no injuries.

The Anadolu Agency said Sunday the target of the rebels linked to the Kurdistan Workers' Party, or PKK, was a police checkpoint at the Diyarbakir Airport. It says passengers were taken to safety after the attack and flights resumed after a brief pause during the police investigation.

Violence between the PKK and the security forces resumed last year, after the collapse of a two-year peace process in July.

On Friday, a Kurdish suicide bomber rammed an explosives-laden truck into a checkpoint near a police station in the southeast, killing at least 11 Turkish police officers and wounding 78 other people.

PLANE CRASH-NEW ORLEANS

1 rescued, 2 missing after plane crash in New Orleans lake

NEW ORLEANS (AP) — Authorities say a woman has been rescued and two men remain missing after a small plane crashed into a lake near a New Orleans airport.

New Orleans Police Department spokeswoman Dawne Massey says in a statement early Sunday that department officials responded at 8:53 p.m. Saturday to a report that a Cessna aircraft carrying three people had crashed into Lake Ponchatrain near New Orleans Lakefront Airport.

The airport is located about 10 miles northeast of downtown New Orleans, Louisiana.

Massey says one female passenger was picked up by a private yacht and transported to Ochsner Hospital. Her medical condition was not immediately known.

Massey says NOPD divers were preparing to deploy in an effort to locate the additional two male passengers and the wreckage.

No further details were immediately available.

PHILIPPINES-JAIL ATTACK

NEW: Filipino militants free 8 comrades, 15 others in jail attack

CAGAYAN DE ORO, Philippines (AP) — Philippines police report that Muslim extremists supporting the Islamic State group have set free eight fellow militants in a daring attack that also allowed 15 other inmates to escape from a provincial jail.

Authorities say about 20 heavily-armed fighters of the Maute militant group stormed the Lanao del Sur provincial jail in Marawi city before nightfall Saturday, disarmed the guards and rescued their eight comrades. Police said the attackers also seized two rifles from guards.

The eight who escaped were arrested a week ago when they were caught with a homemade bomb in van at a security checkpoint.

The others who escaped, apparently to divert the attention of authorities, were facing murder and illegal drugs charges.

The Maute group is a new band of armed Muslim radicals, who have pledged allegiance to the Islamic State group and use black flags with logos of the Middle East-based extremists.

CHICAGO VIOLENCE

Wade's cousin hit by stray shot in possible robbery

CHICAGO (AP) — Police are investigating whether NBA star Dwyane Wade's cousin was hit by a stray bullet during a robbery on a Chicago street.

Nykea Aldridge was killed Friday afternoon while pushing her baby in a stroller near a school.

Chicago Police spokesman Anthony Guglielmi (goo-lee-EHL'-mee) said Saturday two "people of interest" are being interrogated by detectives. He says police also are investigating whether the encounter involved a driver for a rideshare company.

Police say two males walked up and began shooting at a third man but hit the 32-year-old mother of four in the head and arm. Guglielmi says she was not the intended target.

Aldridge's family says she recently relocated to the neighborhood on the city's South Side, about 1½ miles southwest of the University of Chicago.

COUPLE KILLED-SON CHARGED

Cops: Son beat parents to death inside family home

WEST DEPTFORD, N.J. (AP) — Authorities say a man fatally beat his parents with his hands and an object inside the family's New Jersey home.

But a motive for the attack in West Deptford, a suburb of Philadelphia, remains under investigation.

County prosecutors say a relative found 58-year-old Edward Coles Jr. and his 55-year-old wife, Rosemarie, around 11:30 a.m. Friday. The relative had gone to the home because he couldn't reach the couple by phone.

The couple's 28-year-old son, Ryan, was in the home when police arrived. He was taken to a hospital on Friday for an evaluation and was moved to jail Saturday.

Ryan Coles faces murder and weapons charges. His bail was set at $1 million.

It wasn't known Saturday if he's retained an attorney.

Autopsies determined the couple died from blunt head trauma.

OHIO PRISONER-SUICIDE

Ohio prisoner jumps to his death after sentencing at court

STEUBENVILLE, Ohio (AP) — Authorities say a man took his own life at an eastern Ohio courthouse moments after he was sentenced to 13 years in prison.

Jefferson County prosecutor Jane Hanlin says 42-year-old Jason Binkiewicz (BINK'-uh-wits) was being led out of the courtroom by a deputy Friday when he got away and threw himself over the building's third floor banister. He was then pronounced dead.

Jefferson County Sheriff Fred Abdalla says the deputy grabbed the handcuffed man's clothing as he jumped, but could have gone over, too, if he held on.

Binkiewicz was sentenced on attempted murder and felony assault charges after he was found guilty in July of shooting a man in the face.

Abdalla says the attorney general's office and Steubenville police will investigate Binkiewicz's death.

CAMPAIGN 2016-DEMOCRATS

Kaine calls Trump's outreach to African-Americans insincere

WASHINGTON (AP) — Democratic vice presidential candidate Tim Kaine says Donald Trump's recent outreach to the African-American community is insincere.

Speaker to reporters Saturday after touring a small event production company in Miami Lakes, Florida, Kaine said he doesn't see the GOP presidential candidate's effort as "that serious."

Kaine says Trump's promotion of the discredited theory that President Barack Obama wasn't born in the U.S. highlights his insensitivity toward African-Americans. And Kaine says that Trump hasn't done enough to distance himself from supporters with ties to the Ku Klux Klan.

Kaine says he finds it troubling that Trump sometimes seems to want to take advantage of that support.

Meanwhile, Hillary Clinton received her first national security briefing Saturday.

The Democratic presidential nominee attended the briefing for more than two hours at the FBI office in White Plains, New York, near her suburban New York City home.