Bus crash kills 13... Police believe body in river is New Hampshire teen... Car crashes into church

DESERT HOT SPRINGS, Calif. (AP) — The investigation is continuing into the deadly crash of a tour bus and a semi-truck in California. The California Highway Patrol says 13 people, including the driver, died and 31 others were hurt when the bus rear-ended the truck early today just north of Palm Springs. it's unknown if alcohol, drugs or fatigue played a role in the wreck. The tour bus was returning to Los Angeles after a visit to a casino in Thermal, California.

NASHUA, N.H. (AP) — New Hampshire police say they believe the body pulled out of a Massachusetts river belongs to a teenager who had been reported missing on Saturday. Nashua police officials say based on their initial investigation, clothing description and body condition, they believe it to be 16-year-old Jacob Goulet, of Nashua. Search teams recovered the body from the Merrimack River in Tyngsboro, Massachusetts, this morning.

MIAMI (AP) — Fire Rescue officials say eight people were injured when a car plowed into a Miami church while a service was in progress. Miami-Dade Fire Rescue transported seven people from Mount Zion AME Church to the hospital today. The car crashed into the building as congregants were celebrating the church's 75th anniversary. The car was trying to avoid a crash on the road.

WASHINGTON (AP) — President Barack Obama is heading to Nevada. He's hoping to give a boost to Hillary Clinton and help Democrats retake control of the Senate. He'll speak at a rally for Clinton and Senate candidate Catherine Cortez Masto at a Las Vegas-area high school. Her Senate opponent is Joe Heck, a congressman. Obama has been trying to tie GOP candidates to GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump at every opportunity.

CHICAGO (AP) — President Barack Obama is giving it up for the Chicago Cubs. He posted a message of "Holy Cow" and congratulations today on Twitter, adding: "Even this White Sox fan was happy to see Wrigley rocking last night." Obama is a well-known fan of the Cubs' crosstown rivals, the Chicago White Sox. First lady Michelle Obama beat the president to it earlier today with her own tweet celebrating the Cubs' pennant win.