The archive of all headlines from October 13, 2016, organized by time of publication.
Stumpf bows to mounting criticism from lawmakers and others who said he should lose his job over revelations that bank employees created as many as 2 million accounts without customer authorization. The wrongdoing was exposed by a Los Angeles Times investigation and led to an $185-million settlement.John Stumpf's resignation from Wells Fargo won't solve the bank's management problem
Four Republican members of Congress abandoned Donald J. Trump after a video of him demeaning women was made public last week.But after Mr. Trump warned that their lack of loyalty would cost them at the polls, they are starting to return.
Donald J. Trump and his supporters are increasingly seizing on a trove of emails from Hillary Clinton’s campaign that WikiLeaks has been publishing.The campaign’s willingness to use WikiLeaks is an extraordinary turnabout after years of bipartisan criticism of the organization and its leader, Julian Assange.
Dylan had long been rumored to be considered for the prize, but literary watchers considered his name among those in the running a novelty. He is the first American to win the prize since Toni Morrison in 1993.Bob Dylan: From folk rock king to complicated crooner
The Blue Cut fire that scorched 36,274 acres and destroyed about 105 homes hit Korean immigrants hard. What once was a haven for the community turned into a giant ashtray of charred trees, shrubs and homes. Challenging times for the ’Korean Valley’ after the Blue Cut fire
Donald J. Trump said an article in The New York Times about two women who said he inappropriately touched them was a “total fabrication.”“They will seek to destroy everything about you, including your reputation,” Mr. Trump said of the media.
'Our campaign represents a true existential threat like they haven’t seen before,' the Republican nominee told a rally in Florida. 'This is not simply another four-year election. This is a crossroads in the history of our civilization.'New York Times rejects Donald Trump's demand for a retraction