Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:
1. TRUMP FIGHTS BACK AGAINST NEW ALLEGATIONS
The Republican presidential candidate contends he doesn't know and never met some of the women accusing him of sexual assault.
2. CLINTON SAID US COULD 'RING CHINA WITH MISSILE DEFENSE'
Hillary Clinton privately made the remarks in comments revealed by Wikileaks, speaking about what to do if the Chinese government failed to curb North Korea's nuclear program.
3. HOW MANY US CHILDREN DIE IN ACCIDENTAL SHOOTINGS
An investigation by The Associated Press and the USA TODAY Network finds that accidental shootings involving minors occur every other day, more often than government data show.
4. THAIS MOURN DEATH OF BELOVED MONARCH
Thailand begins its first day in 70 years without a king, with people across the shaken nation dressed in black following the death of the world's longest-reigning monarch, Bhumibol Adulyadej.
5. BERMUDA SEEKS QUICK RECOVERY FROM HURRICANE NICOLE
Crews have begun clearing roads after Hurricane Nicole pummeled the resort island with winds up to 115 mph (185 kph) that snapped trees and peeled off roofs.
6. WHERE PEOPLE STARVE AS AID IS BLOCKED
Hunger is sweeping South Sudan, even as the government spends almost half of its budget on military and security, and a civil war devastates the country's ability to function.
7. WHEN A UNIVERSITY ATTACK PUT A YOUNG AFGHAN WOMAN'S DREAMS ON HOLD
Breshna Mosazai remembers deadly attack on American University in Kabul that put her dream of a career in law on hold.
8. HOW MUCH AXING THE GALAXY NOTE 7 WILL COST SAMSUNG
About $3 billion during the current and next quarters, bringing the total cost of the recall to at least $5.3 billion, due to unexplained fires and overheating problems.
9. TRIBUTE CONCERT CELEBRATES PRINCE
Stevie Wonder and Chaka Khan had the crowd partying like it was 1999 all over again as they remembered the late mega star.
10. WHO ADVANCED TO NATIONAL LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES
The Los Angeles Dodgers, powered by ace pitcher Clayton Kershaw, who got the final two outs to earn his first major league save and send his team to a showdown with the Chicago Cubs.