Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:
1. U.S. SENDS TROOPS TO LIBYA AFTER DEADLY ATTACK: The Pentagon ordered Marines and two Navy destroyers to the Libyan coast.
2. NEW QUESTIONS ABOUT ATTACK IN LIBYA: U.S. officials investigating whether it may have been a terrorist assault planned to coincide with the 9/11 anniversary.
3. SLAIN AMBASSADOR KNOWN FOR COURAGE, HUMILITY: Chris Stevens, killed in Libya, was widely regarded as one of the most effective American envoys to the Arab world.
4. ANOTHER U.S. EMBASSY STORMED: Protesters angered by an anti-Islam film have stormed the U.S. Embassy compound in Yemen's capital.
5. WHAT THE FED MAY ANNOUNCE TODAY: Many investors think the big step of a third round of bond purchases could be in store to perk up the U.S. economy.
6. A TALLER AND SKINNIER IPHONE: The version unveiled Wednesday is the first developed since the death of Apple founder Steve Jobs.
7. WHY WHOOPING COUGH IS MAKING A COMEBACK: The vaccine loses effectiveness dramatically after the last shot at age 6, researchers find.
8. SO LONG, SUPERSIZE: Health experts hope the expected end Thursday of big sugary drinks in NYC begins conversations that change attitudes about overeating.
9. POWER PLAYS: NHL, UNION SWAP PROPOSALS: If a deal isn't struck by midnight Saturday night, the hockey season may not open Oct. 11 as scheduled.
10. NOW THAT'S A GREAT FLEA MARKET FIND: A woman paid $7 for some trinkets and apparently ended up with an original Renoir painting that could get $75,000 at auction.
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