10 things to know for Monday
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:
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. PRESIDENT CLEARS SCHEDULE TO FOCUS ON EBOLA
The White House is making sure Obama's schedule is flexible to enable him to maneuver the rapidly changing public health crisis.
3. CLINICS URGE POTENTIAL EBOLA PATIENTS TO GO TO HOSPITALS
Urgent care facilities say they are unequipped to deal with the deadly disease.
4. U.S. AIRDROPS WEAPONS, SUPPLIES TO KURDISH FIGHTERS
The Pentagon says C-130 planes dropped arms to Syrian Kurds in and near Kobani to enable them to continue their resistance to Islamic State assaults.
5. CUOMO'S HIGH PROFILE COULD BE PREDLUE TO 2016 BID
Recent overseas trips and a published memoir may mean the New York governor is eyeing a presidential run.
6. HONG KONG LEADER BLAMES "EXTERNAL FORCES" FOR UNREST
The territory's chief executive says foreign entities are taking part in the pro-democracy protests that have shaken up the business hub for three weeks.
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. WHERE THE SEARCH FOR SURVIVORS IS ENDING
Nepal is calling off a rescue operation on a popular trekking route where 38 people died in a series of blizzards and avalanches.
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.