Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about Monday:
Republican Bob Corker gets into a twitter battle with the president, saying Trump’s advisers keep the West Wing from descending into “chaos.”
The Weinstein Co. board removes producer Harvey Weinstein in the wake of sexual harassment allegations that go back decades.
The Trump administration sends demands to lawmakers that include limiting family-based green cards and hiring 10,000 more immigration officers.
The fast-moving storm causes some flooding and power outages in and around Biloxi, Miss., but quickly weakens as it moves inland with heavy rain.
Demonstrators flood Barcelona’s streets in a defiant challenge to plans by Catalonia’s regional government to declare independence.
White House finalizes plans to let some individuals pool together and buy insurance outside their states.
Tightknit group of friends who attended Route 91 Harvest Festival together mourns Nicol Kimura, who was among those killed in the massacre during the concert.
The body wash ad, criticized as racially insensitive, shows a black woman taking off her shirt to reveal a white woman.
The $150 million sci-fi sequel opens surprisingly weak with a $31.5 million weekend take.
The 6-0 Nittany Lions jump to No. 3 in the rankings with a win over Northwestern.