One person was killed Sunday when a mudslide buried a car. Officials told people in two communities and in a campground to shelter in place.
Richard Linklater's Boyhood, much discussed for its unconventional 12-year production schedule, stands out in fact not for its method, but for its purpose: to explain how kids are built.
Also: The White House holds a summit with African leaders; a second American with Ebola will be flown to the U.S.; and President Obama celebrates his birthday.
Israel also declared a seven-hour, humanitarian cease-fire, but there were still no signs that a long-lasting peace was at hand.
Also: the war diaries of Siegfried Sassoon have been digitized; notable books coming out this week.
For three days, northwest Ohio has told residents not to use city water, because it had been contaminated by toxins most likely produced by blooming algae in Lake Erie.