A knife attack at a child's birthday party, a newspaper covering its tragedy, a critical election in Mexico and more of the weekend's biggest news.
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Children among 9 wounded in knife attack at birthday party
A knife-wielding attacker slashed nine people in a Boise, Idaho, apartment complex that provides housing to refugees, police said Sunday. Six of those stabbed were children, and four of the victims suffered life-threatening injuries, Police Chief William Bones said. A Los Angeles man, Timmy Kinner, 30, was found near the site of the attack and was taken into custody. The victims, which included members of the refugee community, were found in the parking lot and inside the complex. Bones said investigators were trying to determine why the victims were targeted.
After a deadly rampage in their newsroom, journalists cover their own tragedy
Mexico's voters to elect a new president — and maybe a new way to run Mexico
Mexican voters went to the polls Sunday and could upend the country's political order by ushering in a left-leaning populist as the next president who vows to make changes. Front-runner Andrés Manuel López Obrador, the former mayor of Mexico City, held a commanding lead in the polls ahead of Sunday's vote. He has promised to "uproot corruption," increase social spending and pursue a different approach to crack down on drug cartels – even floating the idea of amnesty for those involved in the drug business if not accused of serious offenses.
Hundreds of thousands protest immigration policy, with focus on midterms