Here are today’s biggest stories.

Three crimes. Three suspects. A hate-filled week in America

Consider the past week in America.

Leicester City: Club owner’s helicopter crashes after match

Leicester City are waiting to find out if the club’s beloved owner was on board his helicopter that burst into flames after crashing in a parking lot next to the club’s King Power Stadium in Leicester, England.

Turkey seeks extradition of 18 Saudis in Khashoggi murder

Eighteen Saudis are being investigated on the charge of “intentional homicide with premeditation” and torture over the killing of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi, a senior Turkish official with knowledge of the investigation told CNN.

Protests in Rome over city’s decay under populist mayor

Thousands of disgruntled Romans held a sit-in on the Capitoline Hill overlooking the ancient Roman forum in central Rome on Saturday morning to protest the city’s decay under the leadership of Mayor Virginia Raggi of the populist Five Star Movement.

What will Princess Ayako wear to her wedding?

Written by Helen Regan Yoko Wakatsuki, CNN Tokyo Before Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex, stepped out in a silk Givenchy wedding dress to marry Prince Harry, the public spent months guessing who would have the honor of designing the royal gown.

Australia loves Prince Harry and Meghan, but is it time for a republic?

Prince Harry and Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, are spearheading a charm offensive by the British royal family in Australia — and the country can’t get enough of them.

Ranting Ryanair passenger denies being racist

A man whose foul-mouthed outburst onboard a budget European flight made headlines around the world has apologized, claiming he is not a racist.

Man tries to steal Magna Carta from Salisbury Cathedral

A 45-year-old man was arrested for trying to steal the Magna Carta from Salisbury Cathedral on Thursday. The 803-year-old document is widely considered one of the most important documents in history.

Leicester City owner’s helicopter crashes

The Leicester City owner’s helicopter has crashed in a car park outside the club’s ground shortly after taking off following a match. It is not known if Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha was in the helicopter at the time. Leicester City had been playing West Ham United in the Premier League at their King Power stadium.

Drowning kangaroo rescued by police

Two Australian police officers have described the moment they jumped into the sea to rescue a drowning kangaroo. Sergeants Christopher Russo and Kirby Tonkin dragged the unconscious animal out of the water and performed chest compressions to revive it. The kangaroo is now recovering after the dramatic rescue in the Mornington Peninsula area, south of Melbourne.

Jacksonville Jaguars: Four players arrested at London nightclub for ‘unpaid bar bill’

Four Jacksonville Jaguars players were arrested on Saturday after allegedly trying to leave a London nightclub without paying a large bar bill. Police were called at 03:55 BST to a club after reports of a fight. It has been reported that club security stopped them leaving after failing to settle a tab worth £50,000.

The Kenyan school which changed an American boy’s life

Devon Brown would have been just another statistic – one of the 486,900 black inmates in US state and federal prisons by the end of 2016. But an academic year in Kenya during his seventh grade changed his life forever. “Honestly it turned me into the man I am today.

World’s tallest statue angers Indian farmers

On 31 October India will unveil the world’s tallest statue, which has cost hundreds of millions of dollars. BBC Gujarati’s Roxy Gagdekar spoke to local farmers who say they are aghast that the government has spent so much money on it while they struggle to make ends meet.

Synagogue Shooting Suspect Said Jews Were Committing Genocide: Police

PITTSBURGH (AP) – The suspect in the mass shooting at a Pittsburgh synagogue told officers that Jews were committing genocide and that he wanted them all to die, according to a charging document made public early Sunday.

2 Tickets Win $750 Million Powerball Jackpot

DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) – Lottery officials say two tickets have won the estimated $750 million Powerball jackpot. Powerball officials say tickets purchased in Iowa and New York match all six numbers in Saturday night’s drawing. The jackpot is the fourth-largest in U.S. history.

LeBron James Gets Political, Wears Beto O’Rourke Hat To Lakers Game

If we ever needed a clearer sign that LeBron James isn’t going to just ” shut up and dribble,” this is it. The NBA superstar rocked a “Beto for Senate” hat in support of Beto O’Rourke on his way to Saturday night’s face-off between the Los Angeles Lakers and San Antonio Spurs in Texas.

Young scientists develop enviro-friendly bricks made out of urine

Scientists still haven’t developed a cure for the common cold, but who cares? The young scientists of the world are focusing their attention on what matters most: bricks made out of piss. A group of South African students recently developed a brick made out of human urine.

Meet Aaron Gouveia, the dad who defended son’s nail polish in viral Twitter thread

From the moment expectant parents learn a baby’s sex, they’ll hear messages about how that baby should look and act. Parents of boys are often told they should raise boys to be competitive, aggressive, and stoic. Aaron Gouveia, the founder of the blog Daddy Files and father of three boys, thinks that’s all B.S.

Tesla cars inch closer to their self-driving future with a big update to Autopilot

The best thing about Tesla cars isn’t just that they’re zero-emission vehicles that are better for our planet’s health; it’s also that they’re kinda like smartphones. With a software update, they get new features that make them even better than they were at purchase.

Trump’s indefensible response to the synagogue shooting draws outrage

“If they had protection inside, the results would have been far better.” That’s what Donald Trump had to say after learning of a shooting that occurred at a synagogue in Pittsburgh on Saturday. He thinks that good guys with guns – whether in the congregation or via hired security – could have stopped this bad guy with a gun.

Obama burns Trump over iPhone story

Recently, the New York Times reported that Donald Trump won’t give up his iPhones despite the fact he’s been told that Chinese and Russian spies are eavesdropping on him. Yeah, we’re talking about the same Donald Trump who smiles as crowds chant “lock her up” and regularly criticizes Hillary Clinton for using an unsecured email server during the 2016 campaign.