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10 Things to Know for Friday
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about Friday:
1. OKLAHOMA OFFICER CHARGED IN MAN'S DEATH
Prosecutors in Tulsa charge a white police officer who fatally shot an unarmed black man on a city street with first-degree manslaughter.
2. WHAT'S LATEST SETBACK FOR YAHOO
The beleaguered company says hackers stole personal information from 500 million of its user accounts - believed to be the biggest digital break-in at an email provider.
3. POLICE DECLINE TO RELEASE VIDEO OF SHOOTING
The chief in Charlotte, North Carolina, says releasing police dashcam and body camera footage of the killing of 43-year Keith Lamont Scott could undermine the investigation.
4. HOW TRUMP'S CAMP IS ADDRESSING WORRIES ABOUT HIS TEMPERAMENT
The GOP candidate's advisers are urging him to keep his cool if Clinton tries to get under his skin in next week's first presidential debate.
5. DIPLOMACY OVER SYRIA AT IMPASSE
Violence in the war-torn nation flares anew and the relationship between the U.S. and Russia in the conflict appears to reach a new low.
6. WHO'S REACHING OUT TO LONGTIME FOE
Prime Minister Netanyahu invites Palestinian Authority President Abbas to address Israel's parliament - and offers in turn to appear before the Palestinian legislature.
7. US GOVERNMENT SEVERS TIES WITH FOR-PROFIT COLLEGES ACCREDITOR
The decision could force schools to close and threaten financial aid to hundreds of thousands of students.
8. WHY NEARLY ALL OF PUERTO RICO WENT DARK
A fire at a power plant sets off an outage across the aging utility grid, leaving most of the island's 3.5 million people without service.
9. MIA FARROW'S SON DIES BY SUICIDE
Thaddeus Farrow, 27, had contracted polio and was paralyzed from the waist down. He was adopted by the actress in the mid-1990s.
10 WHICH COLLEGE FOOTBALL TEAMS ARE ADJUSTING EXPECTATIONS
It's not yet October, but Mississippi, Oklahoma and Notre Dame - all ranked in the Top 15 at the season's start - have each already lost two games.