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Joe Biden’s doubts: The vice president expressed doubts about a presidential run in an appearance last night on the Late Show with Stephen Colbert. “I’d be lying if I said that I knew I was there,” he said. Biden lost his older son, Beau, earlier this year. Update: More here.

Camerawoman’s regrets: Petra László, the Hungarian camerawoman who was fired after being filmed tripping and kicking migrants—and whom my colleague Chris dubbed “the worst person in the refugee crisis”—has apologized for her actions. In a letter to Magyar Nemzet, a right-wing Hungarian newspaper, László said: “I was scared as the crowd rushed towards me, and then something snapped in me.”

Mumbai convictions: A court in India’s commercial capital has found 12 people guilty of carrying out an attack in July 2006 on the city’s commuter rail network. Bombs aboard seven trains killed 188 people and wounded 800 others. All 12 face the death penalty.