False gunman report causes panic at L.A. airport

Police officers stand guard as passengers wait in line at Terminal 7 in Los Angeles International Airport, Sunday, Aug. 28, 2016. Reports of a gunman opening fire that turned out to be false caused panicked evacuations at Los Angeles International Airport on Sunday night, while flights to and from the airport saw major delays. Passengers who fled had to be rescreened through security. A search through terminals brought no evidence of a gunman or shots fired, Los Angeles police spokesman Andy Neiman said. (AP Photo/Ringo H.W. Chiu)

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Reports of a gunman opening fire that turned out to be false caused panicked evacuations at Los Angeles International Airport on Sunday night, while flights to and from the airport saw major delays.

Iran deploys S-300 air defense around nuclear site

FILE -- In this April 17, 2016 file photo, a long-range S-300 missile system is displayed by Iran's army during a parade marking National Army Day, in Tehran, Iran. State media says the military has begun deploying a Russia-supplied S-300 air defense system around the underground Fordo nuclear facility. Video footage posted late Sunday, Aug. 28, 2016, on Iranian state TV’s website showed trucks arriving at the site and missile launchers being aimed skyward. Russia began delivering the S-300 system to Iran earlier this year after sanctions were lifted under a landmark nuclear agreement with world powers. (AP Photo/Ebrahim Noroozi, File)

TEHRAN, Iran (AP) — Iran has begun deploying a Russian-made S-300 air defense system around its underground Fordo nuclear facility, state TV reported.

Playing with sports concussion doubles recovery

FILE - In this Friday, Oct. 31, 2014 file photo, Jacob Biddle watches a play from the sidelines during a game at Waynesville High School in Waynesville, Mo. Biddle has been unable to play because of a concussion sustained earlier in the season. He said he has continued to support the team by cheering from the sidelines. In a study involving teen athletes from several sports who had concussions during a game or practice, half continued to play and took 44 days on average to recover from symptoms, versus 22 days in those who were immediately sidelined. The study was published Monday, Aug. 29, 2016 in Pediatrics. (Hannah Baldwin/Columbia Missourian via AP)

CHICAGO (AP) — Continuing to play despite a concussion doubles recovery time for teen athletes and leads to worse short-term mental function than in those immediately removed from action, a study found.

Mars simulation ends for scientists in Hawaii dome

In this photo provided by the University of Hawaii, six scientists celebrate as they exit from their Mars simulation habitat on slopes of Mauna Loa on the Big Island, Hawaii, Sunday, Aug. 28, 2016. The scientists completed a yearlong Mars simulation in Hawaii on Sunday, where they lived in the dome in near isolation. (University of Hawaii via AP)

HILO, Hawaii (AP) — Six scientists have completed a yearlong Mars simulation in Hawaii, where they lived in a dome in near isolation.

Memorial Mass for 2 nuns killed in Mississippi

People stand in line to attend a vigil for the deceased held at St. Thomas Catholic Church in Lexington, Miss., for Sister Margaret Held and Sister Paula Merrill, Sunday, Aug. 28, 2016. The two nuns, from different orders, were found murdered in the Durant, Miss., house they rented, on Thursday. Over 300 people attended the service. Although authorities have arrested a suspect, they speculate on the motive of the deaths of the two nurse practitioners, who worked the poor in a clinic in Lexington. (AP Photo/Rogelio V. Solis)

DURANT, Miss. (AP) — A memorial Mass will be held Monday for two 68-year-old nuns who were killed in their Mississippi home, even as authorities continue to investigate the stabbing. A man from about 15 miles away has confessed without giving a reason, according to the sheriff.

Brazil’s Rousseff to address Senate in trial

People walk next to an official photography of Brazil's suspended President Dilma Rousseff, with a text written in Portuguese that reads "Dilma our president," at a camp in Brasilia, Brazil, Sunday, Aug. 28, 2016. Rousseff will face Congress on Monday as her impeachment process enters its final stages. She is accused of using unauthorized loans from state-owned banks and that she illegally issued decrees to make government payments without congressional approval. (AP Photo/Eraldo Peres)

BRASILIA, Brazil (AP) — Fighting to save her job, suspended President Dilma Rousseff addresses the Senate on Monday in a showdown pitting accusations that the she hurt Brazil’s economy with budget manipulations against her argument that she did nothing wrong and is being targeted by corrupt lawmakers.

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