10 Things to Know for Monday
The Associated Press
Oct. 20, 2014
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about Monday:
1. WHY SUSPECTED NAZI WAR CRIMINALS COLLECTED MILLIONS IN SOC. SECURITY
The payments flowed through a loophole that has given the U.S. Justice Department leverage to persuade Nazi suspects to leave the country and keep the benefits, according to AP interviews and internal government records.
2. CDC TO UPDATE PROTOCOLS FOR TREATING EBOLA PATIENTS
The revised guidance for health care workers will include using protective gear "with no skin showing," a top federal health official says.
3. EBOLA PUTS SPOTLIGHT ON OBAMA'S MANAGEMENT SKILLS
The U.S. president clears his schedule, cancels travel and appearances to consult with Cabinet members and talk with world leaders about how to contain the epidemic.
4. WHAT CHINA'S RULING COMMUNIST PARTY WILL DISCUSS THIS WEEK
The committee will meet to focus on how to rule in accordance to the law, but some analysts say the country's leaders are intent on expanding power, not limiting it.
5. US-PHILIPPINE TIES TESTED IN TRANSGENDER KILLING
An American Marine is suspected in the death of Jennifer Laude, a 26-year-old transgender slain in Olongapo City.
6. UN: IRAQ EXECUTES 60 SO FAR THIS YEAR
The United Nations report expresses concern that "irreversible miscarriages of justice" were taking place in some of the death penalty cases.
7. POLICE SEEK CLUES WHERE REMAINS FOUND IN VA
Forensic tests were needed to confirm whether the remains match the 18-year-old Hannah Graham, missing since Sept. 13.
8. 'IT LOOKS LIKE WE'VE DODGED A BULLET YET AGAIN'
That's Honolulu Mayor Kirk Caldwell's reaction to a near miss by Hurricane Ana, now on track to pass Hawaii without doing much damage.
9. HOW MUCH CASH NEW ENGLAND RAKES IN DURING LEAF PEEPING SEASON
Officials say tourists will spend upward of $3 billion to catch a glimpse of the red, yellow and orange hues — and the windfall is steadily rising as the economy regains strength.
10. WHO BREAKS JIM BROWN'S NFL RUSHING RECORD
Cowboys' DeMarco Murray is the first running back in NFL history to start a season with seven straight 100-yard games.