Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about Monday:
Irma was expected to hit the heavily populated Tampa-St. Petersburg area early Monday, though in a much-weakened state. By nightfall it was down to a Category 2 with winds of 105 mph (177 kph).
As Irma looms, residents worry about what the storm will do to a city that hasn’t taken a direct hit from a major hurricane since 1921.
Powerful waves and storm surge from Hurricane Irma topped Havana’s iconic Malecon seawall and left thousands of homes, businesses and hotels swamped.
Irma’s assault — so soon after Harvey’s deluge of Houston — marked the first time the U.S. was hit by two Category 4 storms in the same year.
Manufactured homes are turning out to be just a small fraction of the federal government’s plan to deal with those affected by monster hurricanes, unlike its 2005 response to Katrina and Rita.
Thursday night’s magnitude 8.1 earthquake has killed at least 90 people across southern Mexico, and damaged or destroyed thousands of houses and hundreds of schools.
The pontiff wrapped up his Colombia trip by honoring a fellow Jesuit who ministered to African slaves and urging Colombians to follow his lead in working for a more peaceful future.
The quarterback’s protest movement rolls on without him, as his fraternity marched and players around the NFL sat or knelt during the national anthem. Colin Kaepernick remains unsigned.
Oklahoma moved up to No. 2 in The Associated Press college football poll behind Alabama after the Sooners scored the most impressive victory of week two.
Rafael Nadal overwhelmed first-time major finalist Kevin Anderson to win his third U.S. Open championship. It is Nadal’s second Grand Slam title of the season and 16th overall. Roger Federer holds the record of 19.