Good morning! 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. DEMONSTRATION IN KABUL TURNS VIOLENT: Hundreds of Afghans burn cars, throw rocks at a U.S. military base to protest an anti-Islam film.

2. SCHOOL'S STILL OUT IN CHICAGO: Parents scramble to find daycare as the teachers' strike enters its second week; the mayor says he will sue to end the walkout.

3. A STRATEGY SHIFT FOR THE GOP: With polls showing Obama leading nationally, Romney intends to more clearly outline what he'd do if elected.

4. HOW 'OCCUPY' HAS EVOLVED: Worldwide rallies Monday will mark the one-year anniversary of the movement, which these days is less organized but has more targets.

5. U.S. KIDS EAT TOO MUCH SALT, RESEARCHERS FIND: Extra salt is linked to higher blood pressure, especially for overweight or obese children.

6. FOUNDATION FOR SUCCESS: Men in South Korea — the male makeup capital of the world — turn to cosmetics to get an edge in workplace, romance.

7. LOTS OF UNCERTAINTY IN DECIDING WHEN TO TAKE KEYS FROM ELDERLY DRIVERS: States are all over the map when it comes to making rules targeting older, unsafe motorists, an AP review finds.

8. ANOTHER MILESTONE FOR EX-POLITICAL PRISONER: Myanmar democracy leader Aung San Suu Kyi will be honored with Congress's highest award this week in Washington.

9. WHY R&B SINGER HAS A COURT DATE: At 5 p.m., Chris Brown attends a hearing in Los Angeles amid questions about whether he's fulfilling his community service.

10. A KING'S RANSOM: Britain's royal family will sue the photographer who snapped photos of Kate sunbathing topless.

TODAY AND EVERY DAY: Click here for links to recent arrest reports and mug shots in Collier and Lee counties.

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