Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about Monday:
1. TRUMP MEETS PUBLICLY WITH BILL CLINTON ACCUSERS AHEAD OF DEBATE
The Trump pre-debate event was the clearest sign yet that he planned to use the former president's sexual history to try to distract from the swirling controversy over his own predatory remarks about women.
2. THOUSANDS TRAPPED AS HURRICANE MATTHEW HITS NORTH CAROLINA
Rescuers in Coast Guard helicopters plucked some of them from rooftops and used military vehicles to reach others, including a woman who held on to a tree for three hours after her car was overrun by flood waters.
3. HOW HAITIANS ARE COPING WITH HURRICANE DEVASTATION
With the dead numbering in the hundreds, survivors put on their Sunday finest and picked their way through downed power lines to sing praise and pray in ruined churches.
4. FATHER OF SUSPECT IN OFFICERS' SLAYING SAYS SON WAS 'ACTING CRAZY'
In the minutes before three Palm Springs officers were shot, A neighbor says John Felix's father said his son was armed, "acting crazy" and wanted to shoot police.
5. WHAT A POLL FOUND ABOUT YOUNG AFRICAN-AMERICANS AND DISCRIMINATION
Almost half of young African-Americans say they've experienced racial discrimination looking for a job and while on the job, according to a GenForward survey.
6. US TROOPS INCREASE IRAQ PRESENCE AHEAD OF MOSUL ASSAULT
The assault on Iraq's second largest city is bringing American forces into their most significant role in the country in years, in terms of numbers and presence on the front lines.
7. POPE NAMES 17 NEW CARDINALS, SENDS US CHURCH A MESSAGE
Three of the cardinals were Americans in a clear signal to the conservative U.S. church hierarchy that Francis wants moderate pastors at the helm of the U.S. church.
8. PALESTINIAN MILITANT KILLS 2 IN DRIVE-BY SHOOTING AT ISRAELI POLICE HEADQUARTERS
The attack, carried out in broad daylight by a member of the Hamas militant group with a long police record, was one of the bloodiest during a yearlong spate of Palestinian assaults.
9. WHO WILL RECEIVE THE COLOMBIAN PRESIDENT'S NOBEL PEACE PRIZE MONEY
Juan Manuel Santos says he'll donate almost $1 million in prize money to the victims of Colombia's half-century conflict.
10. TOM BRADY PASSES FOR 406 YARDS IN RETURN FOR PATRIOTS
New England's star quarterback waved and smiled before heading into the locker room and celebrating with his teammates after the victory over the Cleveland Browns.