By The Associated Press
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:
1. THE FULL STORY BEHIND SIKH SHOOTING MAY NEVER BE PUBLIC
With the gunman dead and no trial coming, what investigators uncover about the white supremacist may remain a secret.
2. U.S. JOINS WITH VIETNAM TO CLEAN UP AFTER AGENT ORANGE
It marks the first time the American government got directly involved in a remediation project on one of the war’s lasting legacies.
3. WHAT CHARGES OHIO MAN MIGHT FACE IN SHOOTING OF WIFE IN HOSPITAL BED
While some speculate whether it was a case of a mercy killing, prosecutors will arraign him at 7:30 a.m., deciding whether to try him for attempted murder or a more severe charge.
4. ERNESTO SPINS ACROSS YUCATAN PENINSULA
The hurricane weakens to a tropical storm as it moves across the Mexican resort area but is expected to resume hurricane strength when it passes out to sea.
5. EGYPT FIRES ON SUSPECTED ISLAMIC MILITANTS IN SINAI
It is the first time that the army has fired missiles in Sinai since Egypt’s 1973 war with Israel, officials say.
6. TEA PARTY CANDIDATE TO FACE MCCASKILL IN MISSOURI SENATE RACE
Rep. Todd Akin broke out from a three-way primary to get the Republican nomination.
7. WHO NXT TXTING CHAMP IZ 2 B
The country’s fastest texters face off in New York’s Times Square at 1 p.m.
8. WHY SKATER NANCY KERRIGAN’S BROTHER WANTS TO GO BACK TO PRISON
Mark Kerrigan will be exempt from alcohol counseling, anger management classes and mental health counseling if a judge decides at a 8 a.m. hearing that he can finish the six months remaining of his jail sentence.
9. U.S. HOMEOWNERS GETTING BETTER AT PAYING MORTGAGES
A new report shows the percentage of borrowers who fell behind is at a three-year low.
10. TWO RUNNERS WONDER WHO WILL GET THEIR SECOND GOLD
American Sanya Richards-Ross and Jamaican Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce face off in the women’s 200 meters, each with the hopes that she will take home another top medal.