Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about Tuesday:
1. SUSPECT IN NEW YORK AREA BOMBINGS IS CAPTURED
Ahmad Khan Rahami has been charged with five counts of attempted murder of police officers after being wounded and captured in a shootout in New Jersey.
2. WHAT THOSE WHO KNOW HIM ARE SAYING ABOUT THE NY/NJ BOMBING SUSPECT
To neighbors and customers of his family's storefront chicken takeout, Rahami was a friendly presence who liked talking about cars and was generous with free food.
3. VICTIM SAYS MINNESOTA MALL ATTACKER SHOWED NO EMOTION
Ryan Schliep, one of 10 people wounded in the stabbing attack in St. Cloud, said the Somali man struck quickly and his eyes looked blank.
4. UN AID CONVOY HIT BY AIRSTRIKES IN SYRIA
The Britain-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights says at least 12 are killed in the attack, mostly truck drivers and Red Crescent workers.
5. STATUS OF SYRIA TRUCE
The Syrian military announces it is over a day before a meeting at the U.N. of the International Syria Support Group, to be led by the U.S. and Russia.
6. WHO IS CAPITALIZING ON INVESTIGATIONS INTO NEW YORK AREA ATTACKS
Hillary Clinton accuses Donald Trump of aiding Islamic extremists, while Trump insists the U.S. should "use whatever lawful methods are available" to get information from the suspect.
7. VIDEO SHOWS BLACK MAN HAD HANDS UP BEFORE FATALLY SHOT BY OKLAHOMA POLICE
Local and federal investigations are underway to determine whether criminal charges are warranted, or if Terence Crutcher's civil rights were violated in Tulsa.
8. AUTHORITIES DECLARE MIAMI'S WYNWOOD DISTRICT CLEAR OF ZIKA
The CDC credited aerial spraying of pesticides targeting the mosquitoes that transmit the virus.
9. WHO IS PREPARING TO APOLOGIZE TO CONGRESS
Wells Fargo CEO John Stumpf will tell the Senate Banking Committee that he is "deeply sorry" following allegations that employees opened millions of unauthorized accounts to meet aggressive sales targets.
10. SCULLY HEADS INTO FINAL WEEK BEHIND MIC AT DODGER STADIUM
Now 88, he will then conclude his career on Oct. 2 in San Francisco, where the Dodgers end the regular season against the rival Giants.