Latest Istanbul explosions: 29 killed, 166 wounded in twin blasts 2016-12-11T08:01:21.000000Z Twenty-nine people were killed and 166 wounded in Saturday's twin bombings in Istanbul, Turkish Interior Minister Süleyman Soylu said in a press conference Sunday. Somalia: Car bomb leaves at least 15 dead 2016-12-11T07:53:57.000000Z At least 15 people have died, while 15 have sustained injuries, after a car bomb exploded in Somalia on Sunday morning. Nigeria church collapse kills 50 worshipers 2016-12-11T07:23:17.000000Z As many as 50 people were killed after a church in Uyo, Nigeria, collapsed on worshippers Saturday, officials said. US Defense Secretary Ash Carter makes unannounced visit to Iraq 2016-12-11T06:53:07.000000Z Defense Secretary Ash Carter made an unannounced visit to Iraq on Sunday, where he will get an update on the push to seize the city of Mosul from ISIS, Pentagon press secretary Peter Cook said in a statement. CNN projection: GOP candidate wins Louisiana US Senate runoff 2016-12-11T05:27:35.000000Z CNN projects Republican John Kennedy has won Saturday's US Senate runoff election in Louisiana, defeating Democrat Foster Campbell. Kenya tanker explosion kills 33 2016-12-11T05:01:45.000000Z A fiery fuel tanker crash in Kenya on Saturday killed at least 33 people and injured many others, according to officials. Venezuelan president called a 'Grinch' after government toy seizure 2016-12-11T04:08:13.000000Z Venezuela confiscates millions of toys from a distributor, accusing the company of planned price gouging. Critics say it makes President Nicolas Maduro a Grinch. Louisville's Lamar Jackson wins Heisman Trophy 2016-12-11T03:47:57.000000Z Lamar Jackson of the University of Louisville wins the 2016 Heisman Trophy, the first from his school to win the award for best college football player. Army ends Navy's 14-year winning streak 2016-12-11T01:09:35.000000Z An injury-depleted Navy team seeks its 15th consecutive win against Army Where's the outrage over Russia's hack of the US election? 2016-12-11T00:34:01.000000Z The GOP quashed efforts to challenge Russia as, according to the CIA, it interfered with the US election. We need to probe how it happened, says Paul Waldman.