Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about Friday:
1. COMMUTER TRAIN CRASHES INTO STATION, KILLING ONE, INJURING SCORES
The wreck in Hoboken, New Jersey, renews questions about whether long-delayed safety technology could have prevented the tragedy.
2. HOW TRUMP IS UPPING THE ANTE
The GOP candidate resurrects Bill Clinton's impeachment, thrusting the former president and his infidelities into the already-rancorous presidential campaign.
3. KILLINGS IN CHICAGO REACH GRIM MILESTONE
The city saw 91 homicides in August, its deadliest month in two decades.
4. WHO'S JOINING WORLD LEADERS FOR SHIMON PERES' FUNERAL
Obama flies to Israel to pay tribute to a fellow Nobel Prize laureate — who also labored for peace in the Middle East but failed to achieve it.
5. TWO VOLUNTEER FIREFIGHTERS HAILED AS HEROES
One neutralized a teenage gunman at a South Carolina elementary school, while the other treated a young boy who had been shot.
6. WHERE CALLS FOR CEASE-FIRE REMAIN UNHEEDED
Government troops continue their push into rebel-held districts of Aleppo as international officials warn of an ongoing humanitarian disaster in Syria's largest city.
7. BANK BOSS ROASTED YET AGAIN
Angry lawmakers heap another round of blistering criticism on Wells Fargo's CEO, pressing for details about what senior managers knew about allegedly illegal sales practices.
8. TOP SCIENTISTS UNIMPRESSED BY PARIS ACCORD
The agreement to fight climate change, even if heeded, won't be enough to avert dangerous warming levels in about 35 years, they say.
9. JANET JACKSON'S PLANS BEAR FRUIT
Months after saying she was planning a family, the singer is spotted sporting an apparent baby bump.
10. US HOPING TO AVOID MORE RYDER CUP DISAPPOINTMENT
Europe has won six of the last seven Cup competitions, and eight of the last 10 dating to 1995.