Leaders laud fallen soldiers on eve of armistice centennial

Traveling from across the world to monuments honoring soldiers who fell 100 years ago, victors and vanquished alike marked those sacrifices Saturday ahead of Armistice Day and assessed alliances that have been redrawn dramatically since the dark days of World War I.

Trump insults reporters, claims Acosta video wasn’t altered

NEW YORK — Before hopping on a plane to Paris on Friday, President Trump insulted some more reporters, threatened that others may have their White House credentials pulled like CNN’s Jim Acosta and disputed reports that his press secretary spread a doctored video of Acosta’s encounter with a White House intern.

Hundreds of migrants leave Mexico City headed for border

MEXICO CITY — About 900 Central American migrants headed out of Mexico City on Friday to embark on the longest and most dangerous leg of their journey to the U.S. border, while thousands more were waiting one more day at a massive improvised shelter.

A grand re-opening

Lt. Danielle Bratton greets guests Friday during the grand re-opening of the Salvation Army Thrift Store in downtown Hilo. The store closed because of flooding damage after Hurricane Lane. It is now accepting donations in the back of the store and having a 50 percent off sale until Nov. 17.

Trump moves to limit asylum; new rules challenged in court

WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump issued a proclamation Friday to deny asylum to migrants who enter the country illegally, tightening the border as caravans of Central Americans slowly approach the United States. The plan was immediately challenged in court.