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Newton's 4 TDs lift Panthers over Bengals 31-21

Ryan shines with arm and legs, Falcons beat Panthers 31-24

Panthers' Olsen breaks foot; Williams will need surgery

Panthers coach mum on injuries to TE Olsen, RT Williams

Newton, defense lead Panthers past Cowboys 16-8

Colts put Tarboro's Tyquan Lewis on injured reserve

Aaron Rodgers get his new deal: $134 million extension

Panthers' Peppers practices, should be ready for season

Tom Glick named Panthers team president

Former Panthers defensive end Charles Johnson retiring

Panthers' DJ Moore cited for driving 113 mph in work zone

Redskins sign Adrian Peterson

Benjamin, Newton renew feud in Panthers 28-23 win over Bills

Panthers sign offensive lineman Larsen to 2-year extension

Panthers guard Silatolu will undergo tests for 'sore leg'

Panthers CB Cockrell carted off with lower left leg injury

Panthers tackle Daryl Williams hurts leg, carted off field

Redskins 1st-rounder Payne out 2-3 weeks with ankle injury

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Tackling climate change to be key talking point at UN summit

Leaders at this year's U.N. General Assembly are feeling a sense of urgency to keep up the momentum on combating climate change.

Catholic Church looking for (more than) a few good men

The numbers of U.S. priests and seminarians have been plummeting for decades, and it's not just because of the church's sexual abuse scandals.

As aid checks go out, farmers worry bailout won't be enough

"[T]he way things are going, I believe farmers are going to have to vote with their checkbook when it comes time," said one North Dakota farmer.

Bill Cosby to be sentenced for sexual assault

Attorneys for Cosby were expected to ask that he remain free on appeal.

Iran summons Western diplomats over parade attack that killed 25

Before leaving Tehran to attend the U.N. General Assembly in New York, President Hassan Rouhani accused the U.S. of being a "bully" that wants to create insecurity in the Islamic Republic.