Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about Monday:
1. MAJOR SHOCK FOR WAR-TORN COLOMBIA
Voters in a national referendum reject a peace deal with leftist rebels by a razor-thin margin.
2. WHO'S STAYING THE COURSE AMID CHALLENGES
Trump and his GOP allies meet with defiance a new report that suggests the New York businessman may not have paid federal income taxes for nearly two decades.
3. HAITI BRACES FOR HURRICANE MATTHEW
The powerful storm moves across the Caribbean on a track that authorities warn could trigger devastation in parts of the island.
4. WHY WINNING NOBEL PRIZE IS A BIG DEAL — BEYOND THE PRESTIGE
Each award is currently worth 8 million Swedish kronor — about $930,000, making a Nobel one of the world's most lucrative awards.
5. TIMETABLE OUTLINED ON BREXIT
Britain will begin the formal process for leaving the EU before the end of March. The announcement puts to rest weeks of speculation on the timing of the move.
6. WHICH DISCOVERY IS TROUBLING ZIKA RESEARCHERS
Babies who at first seem to have escaped the virus' devastating hallmark defect — an abnormally small head at birth — may still develop problems later.
7. NEVILLE MARRINER DIES AT 92
The conductor led the Academy of St Martin in the Fields to become one of the world's most-recorded classical music groups.
8. US WINS BACK RYDER CUP
Ryan Moore delivers the clinching point as the Americans turn back Europe, winners of eight of the last 10 cups.
10. BASEBALL'S WILD-CARD MATCHUPS SET
The teams aren't determined until the last day of the regular season: The Giants will take on the Mets in the NL, with the Orioles facing the Blue Jays in the AL.