10 Things to Know for Monday, October 19

FILE - In this Friday, Oct. 16, 2015, file photo, an Israeli soldier runs to help another who was just stabbed by a Palestinian, seen on the ground holding a knife, during clashes in Hebron, West Bank. The clashes between Israelis and Palestinians in the Holy Land are not just physical; the two sides cannot agree on what they see, how they got here, who is to blame or where they should go. (AP Photo/Nasser Shiyoukhi, File)

Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:

 

  1. CLASH OF NARRATIVES DRIVES EVENTS IN HOLY LAND

 

Israelis and Palestinians cannot agree on what they see, how they got here, who is to blame or where they should go.

 

  1. WHO COULD BECOME CANADA’S NEXT PRIME MINISTER

 

Justin Trudeau, the son of a man who championed liberal politics and brought glamor and excitement to Canadian politics in the late 1960s, is favored to win the elections.

 

  1. WHAT NEW BENGHAZI EMAILS SHOW

 

The chairman of a panel investigating the 2012 attack on the U.S. diplomatic post in Libya, which took the lives of four Americans including Ambassador Stevens, is describing Stevens’ pleas for security assistance – and Washington’s response – as a “total disconnect.”

 

  1. MANY URUGUAYANS ARE FED UP WITH COMPLAINTS FROM SYRIAN REFUGEES

 

The refugee families say that life in Uruguay is expensive and authorities aren’t doing enough to support them, which earns them the reputation of rude and ungrateful guests.

 

  1. CHINA’S ECONOMIC GROWTH DECLINES TO 6-YEAR LOW

 

However, stronger spending by consumers helps to avert a deeper downturn.

 

  1. WHEN STATE’S CYBERSECURITY SUFFERED

 

The State Department was among the worst government agencies at protecting its computer networks while Hillary Clinton was secretary from 2009 to 2013, The AP finds.

 

  1. TYPHOON LEAVES 2 DEAD IN THE PHILIPPINES

 

Army, police and civilian volunteers scramble to rescue hundreds of villagers trapped in their flooded homes and on rooftops in a northern Philippine province.

 

  1. SAVING ‘SANG’

 

Backers of a new labeling program are encouraging forest landowners in the eastern U.S. to cultivate ginseng in hopes of helping conserve the medicinal plant.

 

  1. EDDIE MURPHY IS TRADING PLACES WITH MARK TWAIN

 

The Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts honors the comedian, film star, producer and director with the nation’s top prize for humor.

 

  1. BALLOT BOX SCORE

 

While the Blue Jays are hosting Kansas City on Monday night, voters will be casting their ballots in Canada’s 42nd federal election.

 

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