TAMPA, Fla. (AP) -- Cam Newton had a lot to smile about. Carolina remained unbeaten, the Panthers star threw for two touchdowns with no interceptions in sometimes sloppy conditions, and it sure was fun watching 255-pound reserve tight end Ed Dickson lumber down the field 57 yards to score after recovering a fumble.
COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) -- Hundreds were rescued from fast-moving floodwaters Sunday in South Carolina as days of driving rain hit a dangerous crescendo that buckled buildings and roads, closed a major East Coast interstate route and threatened the drinking water supply for the capital city. The powerful rainstorm dumped more than a foot of rain overnight on Columbia, swamping hundreds of businesses and homes.
The latest on the rainstorm that is pounding parts of the East Coast (all times local): ___ 8:10 p.m. Officials with the South Carolina capital city of Columbia say many residents are without drinking water because of water main breaks from the flooding. Officials say in a news release that greater downtown Columbia and southeast Richland County are most affected.
(ROSEBERG, Ore.) -- A Roseberg, Oregon, pastor whose daughter survived the Umpqua Community College shooting gave an impassioned sermon on Sunday, describing the horror unleashed in the school classroom. "I want to tell of my family's hero," Pastor Randy Scroggins said to begin his sermon Sunday at a packed New Beginnings Church of God, telling the story of how his daughter, Lacey, 18, escaped being killed and the young man who likely saved her life.
(KUNDUZ, Afghanistan) -- Doctors Without Borders (Medecins Sans Frontieres) is condemning the US bombing of their hospital in Kunduz, Afghanistan, calling it a "war crime," and are demanding that an independent investigation be conducted. The airstrike happened on Saturday morning and has killed at least 22 people, including 12 medical staffers. Coalition forces say US forces were targeting insurgents firing on them from the vicinity of the medical facility.
(LONDON) -- American football brings together international fans in London. National Football League fans from around the world were at Wembley Stadium on Sunday for a huge sell-out game between the New York Jets and the Miami Dolphins. In the first half the Jets (2-1) outplayed the Dolphins (1-2), 20-7, and though the Dolphins tried hitting back the Jets came out on top, finishing 27-14.
(WOLFSBURG, Germany) -- Could the Volkswagen emissions scandal threaten the automaker's existence? That's what Volkswagen's incoming chairman Hans Dieter Poetsch reportedly told managers this past week, calling it "an existence-threatening crisis." Germany's Welt am Sonntag newspaper also reported that Poetsch thought the company could overcome the situation. A few weeks ago, the automaker was hit by claims Volkwagen used software to evade emissions tests for its diesel vehicles, affecting 11 million car-owners around the world.
NEW YORK (AP) -- In the latest high-profile breach of a U.S. organization, hackers broke into Experian's database of information on 15 million T-Mobile customers and potential customers. But what is Experian, and why does the credit bureau keep data on a wireless carrier's customers? Here's a Q&A about what happened at Experian and what could happen next.
(LOS ANGELES) -- Kim Kardashian is protective over her little sister, Khloe, especially when it comes to matters of the heart. A preview of the upcoming episode of Keeping Up with the Kardashians , shows how Khloe was caught flirting with her ex-husband, Lamar Odom, after taking his phone call. Kim, who was standing with her in their kitchen, gets visibly annoyed. In her confessional interview, Kim shares her wariness about Khloe speaking to Lamar again after their divorce.
(WASHINGTON) -- With Russia conducting airstrikes in Syria this week, Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump told ABC News he'd wait to see how the situation develops before taking action, suggesting that Russian President Vladimir Putin may be falling into a trap, much like the Soviet Union did with its invasion of Afghanistan several decades ago.