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10 Things to Know for Tuesday
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about Tuesday:
The Caribbean island of Dominica is getting a direct hit from the Category 5 storm, and it's tracking toward Puerto Rico next.
The university in Atlanta alerts students to shelter indoors because of violent protests after police fatally shot a student over the weekend.
Trump will address the U.N. General Assembly for the first time, but in brief remarks at a forum he says the body had "not reached its full potential."
Antonio Guterres says he is haunted by his encounters with victims, but new allegations that the world body mishandled 14 abuse cases hangs over the meeting.
Republicans are proposing to do away with the mortgage interest deduction prized by millions of homeowners and a deduction for state and local taxes paid.
Demonstrators gather outside the Justice Center to show solidarity with those who had been jailed, mostly for failing to disperse, during weekend protests.
But they face an uphill climb as Democrats warn that millions could lose coverage and face skimpier policies.
The charter bus driver, who was killed along with two other people, was let go from NYC's Metropolitan Transit Authority in 2015.
Stone, who plays Billie Jean King in the movie about her tennis showdown with Bobby Riggs, says she saw parallels between King's fight and women's fight for equal pay in Hollywood.
There have been 5,663 home runs hit during the season through Sunday, 30 shy of the record set in 2000.