10 Things to Know for Monday
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about Monday:
1. NATION - AND BEYOND - TURNS ATTENTION TO FIRST OF THREE DEBATES
The high-stakes contests between Clinton and Trump could set the momentum for the rest of the U.S. presidential campaign.
2. ARNOLD PALMER DIES AT 87
Palmer made golf popular for the masses with his hard-charging style, incomparable charisma and a personal touch that made him known throughout the golf world as "The King."
3. SUSPECT ARRESTED IN DEADLY SHOOTINGS AT MALL IN WASHINGTON STATE
Police say 20-year-old Arcan Cetin said nothing and appeared "zombie-like" when he was taken into custody.
4. WHAT COULD BE DECISIVE IN WAR AGAINST ISLAMIC STATE GROUP
An array of forces is lining up for a battle to re-take Mosul. Being forced from Iraq's second-largest city would effectively break the back of the militant group.
5. US TERROR ATTACKS' COMMON DENOMINATOR: ANWAR AL-AWLAKI
A bomb that rocked New York a week ago was just the latest incident in which the attackers were inspired by the American imam who became an al-Qaida propagandist.
6. WHY RESIDENTS OF CEDAR RAPIDS ARE LEAVING TOWN
The rain-swollen Cedar River is threatening serious flooding and forcing people from low-lying areas of Iowa's second-largest city.
7. CALIFORNIA EYES UNUSUAL POWER SOURCE
The state studies whether crystals can be used to produce electricity from the mechanical energy created by vehicles on California's famously gridlocked highways.
8. 'SORRY, ONE DOESN'T HIGH-FIVE WITH COMMONERS'
That's how the Daily Mail headlined its story about William and Kate's 3-year-old son, who declined to high-five with Prime Minister Trudeau as the royal family arrived in Canada for a tour.
9. WHICH MOVIE TOPPLED 'SULLY'
"The Magnificent Seven" rides Denzel Washington's star power to a $35 million debut, dethroning Tom Hanks' film at the box office.
10. PITCHER JOSE FERNANDEZ KILLED IN BOATING ACCIDENT
The Miami Marlins right-hander escaped Cuba to become one of baseball's brightest stars. He was 24.