Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about Tuesday:
- 1. BE SURE OF THE FACTS WHEN THE CANDIDATES AREN’T
The AP’s Calvin Woodward offers a guide to help you sort out any debatable claims made by Obama and Romney.
- 2. WHAT TO DO WHEN THE OTHER GUY’S TALKING
Both candidates Tuesday will need to keep in mind that they’re being watched not only when they’re speaking, but when they’re listening.
- 3. DECIDING WHEN TO STRIKE BACK AT AL-QAIDA
That’s the quandary the White House faces as it weighs retribution for the embassy attack in Libya against the risk of alienating other nations in the region.
- 4. TWO MORE DRUGS LINKED TO MENINGITIS OUTBREAK
The FDA urges doctors to contact all patients who got any kind of an injection from the suspect Massachusetts pharmacy.
- 5. WHEN A TERROR TRIAL IS HELD WITHOUT ANY TERRORISTS
The tribunal continues Tuesday for five Guantanamo prisoners charged in the Sept. 11 attacks, but Khalid Sheikh Mohammed and his co-defendants won’t be required to attend.
- 6. THE VOTES ARE IN — OR AT LEAST MICHELLE’S IS
The president says he’ll follow his wife’s example in casting an early ballot and urges others to do the same.
- 7. AFTER BRAVADO AND HECKLING, ISRAELI PARLIAMENT DISSOLVES ITSELF
The tumultuous session is a prelude to what’s expected to be a vicious, three-month campaign leading to national elections.
- 8. HOW HIGHER FOOD AND GAS PRICES RIPPLE THROUGH THE ECONOMY
A government report being released Tuesday morning is expected to show consumer prices rose last month, but perhaps not as much as the month before.
- 9. HULK HOGAN SEEKING $100 MILLION IN DAMAGES
The former pro wrestler and reality TV star sues a disc jockey, the DJ’s ex-wife and a gossip website over a sex tape he claims was secretly recorded.
- 10. BRONCOS’ MANNING HOPES TO REVERSE COURSE AGAINST CHARGERS TONIGHT
The shoo-in Hall of Fame QB is only 1-5 in games against San Diego since 2005, all while he was with Indianapolis.