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SUV drives through mall in suburban Chicago; one in custody

Woodfield Mall is in the Village of Schaumburg, a community outside Chicago.

'As bad as I've ever seen it': Imelda swamps southeast Texas, 3 dead

Three people were confirmed dead in the flooding, and rain was forecast to continue Friday, which could make Imelda the 7th-wettest tropical cyclone in U.S. history.

2 Muslim men from Texas say they were racially profiled on flight

American Airlines says it had responded to "safety and security concerns."

At least four dead after tour bus crashes in Utah, police say

About a dozen to 15 people were critically injured in the crash, the Utah Highway Patrol. Tourists on the bus were Chinese speakers.

'Time's running out' for presidential candidates, Puerto Ricans warn

On the second anniversary of Hurricane Maria, Puerto Ricans grieve the thousands who died and demand that presidential candidates make the island a campaign issue.