10 Things to Know for Monday

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Posted: Nov 15, 2015 9:22 PM
10 Things to Know for Monday

Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about Monday:

1. FRENCH AIRSTRIKES TARGET KEY ISLAMIC STATE SITES IN SYRIA

French jets bomb a jihadi training camp and munitions dump in Raqqa, where Iraqi officials say the deadly attacks on Paris civilians were planned.

2. HOW 1 FUGITIVE SLIPPED THROUGH DRAGNET FOLLOWING ATTACKS

Hours after the Paris assaults, French police questioned but then released one of the suspects for unknown reasons, The AP learns.

3. AT G20, WORLD LEADERS CALL FOR GLOBAL EFFORTS AGAINST ISLAMIC STATE

But beyond the tough talk and demands for action at the economic summit, there was little indication of how leaders intended to confront the militant group.

4. AFTER PARIS ATTACKS, US POLITICS TURNS TO SYRIAN REFUGEE CRISIS

The question of admitting Syrian asylum seekers takes center stage amid an ongoing national security discussion among 2016 candidates.

5. WHERE SOME SEE AN EROSION OF FIRST AMENDMENT RIGHTS

A groundswell of protests on college campuses over race, sexual misconduct and other Issues has some civil libertarians worried that free speech could be sacrificed amid student grievances.

6. DRUG-RESISTANT TB POSES SPECIAL THREAT TO YOUNG CHILDREN

Aggressive strains of TB are on the rise, especially in India, China and Africa.

7. WHO SAYS UNIVERSITY OF MISSOURI 'IS MORE UNITED THAN EVER'

Payton Head, a gay black student president at the school, acknowledges the spate of recent racist incidents there but blames the college's administration and a few members of the community.

8. WHAT ANIMAL RIGHTS ACTIVISTS WANT TO BAN

A group is lobbying to outlaw owners from shooting ailing dogs to "put them down," saying there are more humane ways to euthanize animals.

9. HOW HOG MANURE MIGHT PRODUCE RENEWABLE NATURAL GAS

A Missouri biogas project seeks to collect the gas from the manure of some 2 million pigs.

10. TOP 3 AP FOOTBALL TEAMS HOLD STEADY

No. 1 Clemson, No. 2 Ohio State and No. 3 Alabama retain their spots in the poll after all three won over the weekend.