Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about Tuesday:
1. WHO SENT CABLE COMPANY STOCKS PLUMMETING
Weighing in on "Net neutrality," Obama says Internet providers shouldn't be allowed to set up online "fast lanes" and charge more for speedier transmission of content.
2. VA ANNOUNCES REORGANIZATION
On the eve of Veterans Day, the federal agency says it will make it easier for veterans to gain access to the sprawling department and its maze-like websites.
3. JAILED 'HACKTIVIST' SHARES METHODS
Jeremy Hammond, a hacker whose nimble fingers tapped their way into American computing systems, says the cyberattacks he launched were easy.
4. WHERE ARAB UNREST SEEMS TO BE STRENGTHENING
Palestinian assailants carry out stabbing attacks in Tel Aviv and the West Bank, killing an Israeli woman and a soldier.
5. MEDICAL WORKER WITH EBOLA TO LEAVE NYC HOSPITAL
Dr. Craig Spencer, the only Ebola patient being treated in the United States, has been declared free of the virus.
6. AWKWARD HANDSHAKE AT ASIA-PACIFIC SUMMIT
The leaders of China and Japan seem to betray discomfort during a meeting aimed at easing two years of tensions between the region's biggest economies.
7. CAN'T GET AHEAD? MOVE
As the national wealth gap widens, educated workers are brightening their job prospects by escaping crumbling American manufacturing towns and relocating.
8. HOW CLINIC THAT TREATED JOAN RIVERS VIOLATED POLICY
A staffer took cellphone photos of the comedian without her consent while she was under anesthesia, health investigators say.
9. AFTER MONTHS OF WATCHING, LAVA REACHES HAWAII HOME
The molten rock sets a house on fire in the Big Island's isolated and mostly agricultural Puna region.
10. ARIZONA QB LOST FOR SEASON
Carson Palmer had been playing some of the best football of his career before he tore his ACL in Sunday's win over St. Louis.