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Oct 15, 8:47 PM EDT

10 Things to Know for Monday

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AP Photo/Farah Abdi Warsameh

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

1. CREWS MAKE HEADWAY AGAINST WILDFIRES

With the winds dying down, fire officials say they are finally getting the upper hand against the fires that have devastated California's wine country.

2. BOMB BLAST KILLS MORE THAN 270 IN SOMALIA'S CAPITAL

Witnesses describe "unspeakable horrors" at hospitals after the deadliest single attack ever in the Horn of Africa nation.

3. WHOSE MEETING WILL BE CLOSELY WATCHED

There'll likely be a chill in the air when Trump meets with Senate Majority Leader McConnell at the White House, given their rocky relationship.

4. YET ANOTHER ACCUSER OF HOLLYWOOD MOGUL

British police are investigating three new allegations of sexual assault against film producer Harvey Weinstein, all made by the same woman.

5. AUSTRIA ON COURSE FOR RIGHTWARD TURN

The nation's 31-year-old foreign minister declares victory for his center-right party in a national election that sets him up to become Europe's youngest leader.

6. WHICH BELTWAY BROUHAHA ISN'T GOING AWAY

Secretary of State Tillerson, in a news show interview, ducks, dances and sidesteps the question of whether he called Trump a "moron."

7. FED CHAIR SKETCHES BRIGHT OUTLOOK FOR US ECONOMY

Janet Yellen's comments suggest that the central bank will soon resume raising interest rates.

8. WHAT'S ALARMING SCIENTISTS IN ANTARCTICA

Researchers say thousands of chicks from an Adelie penguin colony in the eastern Antarctic died of starvation last summer - the second such die-off in over 40 years.

9. PULITZER-PRIZE WINNING POET, TRANSLATOR DIES AT 96

Richard Wilbur delighted generations of readers and theatergoers with his rhyming editions of Moliere and his own verse on memory, writing and nature.

10. AARON RODGERS INJURED

The Green Bay Packers QB could miss the rest of the season with a broken collarbone.

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