Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about Monday:
1. CLINTON, TRUMP POISED FOR MUST-SEE DEBATE SHOWDOWN
The Democrat's call for steady, experienced leadership will be pitted against the Republican's pugnacious promises to upend Washington.
2. WHO IS UNDER SCRUTINY DURING DEBATE
Lester Holt, the NBC News veteran is moderating his first general election debate, making him solely responsible for the questions asked each candidate and for steering the conversation.
3. WHERE HISTORIC PEACE DEAL HAS BEEN SIGNED
Colombia, which takes a big step toward emerging from its decades-long nightmare of bloody violence as its government and largest rebel movement sign a peace accord.
4. WHAT HOUSTON GUNMAN HAD ON HIM
Authorities say a disgruntled lawyer wearing old Nazi emblems had two weapons and more than 2,500 rounds of live ammunition when he randomly shot at drivers before he was shot and killed by police.
5. MAN CONFESSES TO SHOOTING 5 PEOPLE IN 1 MINUTE
Court documents show the man suspected of fatally shooting five people at a Macy's makeup counter in Washington state has confessed to detectives that he carried out the attack.
6. HOW MANY CALLS TO VA SUICIDE HOTLINE ARE ROLLED OVER
More than one-third are not being answered by front-line staffers because of problems at the Department of Veterans Affairs, according to the hotline's former director.
7. BODY CAMERAS QUESTIONED AFTER CHARLOTTE POLICE KILLINGS
Last week's fatal shooting of a black man by a North Carolina police officer is only the latest shooting to raise scrutiny of the use of such devices by police.
8. THE UPSIDE TO MORNING SICKNESS
It's dreaded by moms-to-be, but morning sickness is actually a good sign — for the baby.
9. MIAMI MARLINS MOURN JOSE FERNANDEZ
After their star pitcher died in a boat accident, his name and number showed on the video screen at Marlins Park when his teammates took the field, preparing to play on without him.
10. HOW ARNOLD PALMER CHANGED GOLF
The Grand Slam, the senior tour, the Golf Channel and lucrative endorsement deals are all part of the late golfer's legacy.