Two reports commissioned by prosecutors in Ohio concluded that the officer who shot and killed 12-year-old Tamir Rice last year acted in a "reasonable" fashion, though the ultimate decision as to whether the officer will be brought to trial will be made by a grand jury. In other news:
- At least 95 people were killed by bombs of unknown provenance at a Turkish peace rally.
- A minister in Zimbabwe said that Minnesota dentist Walter Palmer will not be charged for killing "Cecil" the lion.
- Washington Post reporter Jason Rezaian was convicted in Iran on dubious charges of espionage; there's speculation he could be freed in a prisoner exchange.
- A barrage of terror-attack stabbings—there have been at least 17 since last Wednesday—continued in Israel.
- A new Bill Cosby deposition could be made public in December.
- The Dodgers' Chase Utley was suspended for an aggressive slide that broke the leg of a Mets infielder during the second game of the teams' playoff series.
- And the New York Review of Books released the first part of an intriguing conversation between President Obama and Marilynne Robinson, a novelist who writes often about Christianity.
Have a good day out there.