Sep 14, 9:00 PM EDT

10 Things to Know for Monday

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Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about Monday:

1. DIPLOMATS FRAME STRATEGY TO COMBAT ISLAMIC STATE EXTREMISTS

U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry says nearly 40 countries have agreed to contribute to a worldwide fight to defeat the militants before they gain more territory in Iraq and Syria.

2. WHERE ISLAMIC STATE MILITANTS GET FUNDS

The extremist group earns more than $3 million a day from oil smuggling, human trafficking, theft and extortion, according to U.S. intelligence officials and private experts.

3. RESIDENTS IN SHELL-SHOCKED UKRAINE CITY WELCOME TRUCE

Citizens in Luhansk emerge in a rare show of jubilation following the reprieve in the violence. But fighting in Donetsk threatened to shatter the cease-fire.

4. N. KOREA CONVICTS AMERICAN OF ESPIONAGE

Matthew Miller receives a six-year prison sentence during the 90-minute trial. The U.S. State Department is calling for his immediate release.

5. KEY ISSUES AT STAKE IN SCOTLAND'S INDEPENDENCE BID

If voters approve separation from the U.K. on Thursday, officials from Scotland and Britain will have to sort out assets and debt, questions over continued membership in the United Nations and European Union, and whether to retain a common currency.

6. WHAT HURDLES OBAMACARE FACES IN 2ND SIGN-UP SEASON

The 8 million people who are enrolled in the new health law will receive automatic renewal. But they risk sticker shock by missing out on lower-premium options, and they could get stuck with an outdated and possibly incorrect government subsidy.

7. WHY POLICE DEPARTMENTS FIND IT TOUGH TO DIVERSIFY RANKS

Experts say many departments limit their searches too close to home, often don't recruit in the right places and set criteria that can disproportionately exclude groups they hope to attract.

8. BURLINGTON, VT. EMBRACES 100 PERCENT GREEN ENERGY

It's part of a broader movement that includes a statewide goal of getting 90 percent of Vermont's energy from renewable resources by 2050, including electricity, heating and transportation.

9. HOW NETHERLANDS RESPONDS TO RUSSIA'S VEGETABLE EMBARGO

Hundreds of young Dutch men and women pelted each other mercilessly with 120,000 overripe tomatoes in a fundraiser for the country's farmers whose crop was left to rot by Moscow's sanctions.

10. FACE OF VIKINGS FRANCHISE ABSENT ON GAME DAY

After being charged with child abuse, star running back Adrian Peterson was inactive for his team's 30-7 home loss to the Patriots.

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