Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about Wednesday:
1. TRUMP CONFRONTS HIS GOP OPPONENTS
The billionaire steps up his attacks on his own party leaders, promising to teach Republicans who oppose him a lesson.
2. DEMOCRATIC ACTIVISTS RESPOND TO CLINTON'S SPEECHES
They say the private speeches to Wall Street bankers and others confirm suspicions that she will revert to more moderate positions if elected.
3. HURRICANE MATTHEW BLEW OUT TO SEA BUT PROBLEMS PERSIST
Rivers and streams continue rising in parts of flood-stricken North Carolina, threatening to overwhelm bridges and split counties in two.
4. MAKESHIFT BRIGADES TAKE HOLD IN STORM-RAVAGED HAITI
Groups of people are doing this to clear debris and form some semblance of pre-hurricane lives as anger grows over aid delays.
5. SAMSUNG SENDS A MESSAGE TO GALAXY NOTE 7 OWNERS
The memo — "power down and stop using the device" — is unthinkable in an age when smartphones have become an extra limb.
6. HOW SOME WOMEN ARE RESPONDING TO TRUMP'S "GRAB 'EM" REMARKS
The GOP candidate's comments have unleashed a national conversation among women who are sharing bad memories of sexual assaults.
7. A MEDICAL EXAMINER RELEASES FINDINGS IN A POLICE SHOOTING
The findings say that an unarmed black man fatally shot by a white police officer in Tulsa was high on the hallucinogenic drug PCP.
9. WARREN BUFFET'S HIGH-CLASS PROBLEM
Cash is piling up at Berkshire Hathaway faster than he can invest it. Berkshire is holding nearly $73 billion in cash, and the total keeps growing.
10. WHO'S ON THE MOUND
John Lackey is, for the Chicago Cubs, who are trying again to reach the NL Championship Series.