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NEW YORK (AP) — A 20-year-old Virginia man who describes himself as "an independent researcher" is in custody after police pulled him through an open window as he was climbing the facade of Trump Tower in New York. The man says he was "seeking a private audience" with Donald Trump "to discuss an important matter." It went on for three hours. He made it to the 21sst floor of the 58-story building. He was taken to a hospital for psychological evaluation.

WASHINGTON (AP) — Donald Trump says he's concerned that the moderators in the upcoming presidential debates won't be fair. He tells Fox News that Republicans and conservatives get unfair treatment by moderators and the media. He says he wants to see a "fair moderator" selected. He also has said he wants to participate in all three scheduled debates with Hillary Clinton but hasn't concretely committed because two of them conflict with NFL games.

WASHINGTON (AP) — Hillary Clinton is campaigning in Iowa. At a campaign rally in Des Moines today, the Democratic presidential nominee said there could be "tremendous consequences" from Republican rival Donald Trump's comments that there may be something Second Amendment supporters "can do" to stop her. She said the remark was a "casual inciting of violence" that shows he lacks the temperament to be commander-in-chief.

NEW YORK (AP) — Delta Airlines is still struggling with its computer systems. For the third straight day fliers faced delays, cancellations and more headaches. Hundreds of flights were canceled today and hundreds of others delayed. They were in addition to the 800 scrapped Tuesday and 1,000 canceled Monday. Delta Air Lines CEO Ed Bastian once again apologized for the meltdown. But he says the airline is now "largely back to normal."

MARSEILLES, France (AP) — Fires whipped by high winds are ravaging swaths of southern France and Portugal. At least four people have been killed. Scores of homes have been burned and thousands of people have been evacuated, including tourists. In France, multiple fires formed a column marching toward the Mediterranean port city of Marseille. Hundreds of miles away, a fire swept overnight into Funchal, the capital of Portugal's Madeira Islands.

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