At least four people have died in the unrest.
Protesters say the government decision to remove a declaration of Muhammad as God's final prophet from its oath of office was blasphemy.
The Hollywood Police Department said 12 patients at the Rehabilitation Center at Hollywood Hills were killed by "environmental heat exposure."
Families still took their children trick-or-treating in lower Manhattan. And costumed New Yorkers flooded the streets for an annual Halloween parade.
He says there are likely to be the same problems that caused the country's Supreme Court to annul the first election's results.
Several sailors have been relieved of their duties after the June shipwreck that killed seven U.S. Navy crew members.
The Red Cross says more than 300 people were killed near the city of Freetown when a rain-soaked hillside collapsed early Monday local time.
Right now, an estimated 15 million Yemenis don't have access to basic health care.
The State Department said it is "saddened and horrified" by the recent deaths of seven White Helmet volunteers in Syria.
Officials told reporters the attack started Sunday night in the country's capital and lasted several hours.
Raila Odinga refuses to accept election results he claims were manipulated.
Egypt's railway authority said a train traveling from Cairo to Alexandria slammed into the back end of another.