10 Things to Know for Monday
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about Monday:
The deadliest mass shooting in the state’s history also leaves 20 people injured at First Baptist Church in Sutherland Springs.
The white wood-frame church where a gunman opened fire is a cornerstone of Sutherland Springs, one of the hundreds of tiny towns that dot rural Texas.
Sen. Rand Paul is recovering from his injuries after a neighbor tackled him, a senior adviser says.
The president vows to reach a new agreement with Tokyo, saying the current economic relationship is “not fair and not open.”
Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross is an investor in a shipping giant that counts a Russian gas and petrochemical producer tied to a Putin relative among its major customers, records show.
In a power grab, Saudi Arabia’s heir to the throne oversees a wave of arrests of dozens of the country’s royal and military leaders.
House Speaker Paul Ryan says Republicans are discussing whether their tax plan should include a repeal of the Obama health law’s requirement that people get insurance coverage or face fines.
New York Police and the FBI are working to study the life history of Sayfullo Saipov, who ran down eight people with a truck.
Shalane Flanagan dethrones Mary Keitany to become the first American woman to win the NYC Marathon since 1977.
Meanwhile, Ohio State and Penn State tumble out of the top 10, while Alabama remains No. 1.