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

Puerto Rico Hurricane Maria

People walk next to a gas station flooded and damaged by the impact of Hurricane Maria, which hit the eastern region of the island, in Humacao, Puerto Rico, Wednesday, September 20, 2017. The strongest hurricane to hit Puerto Rico in more than 80 years destroyed hundreds of homes, knocked out power across the entire island and turned some streets into raging rivers in an onslaught that could plunge the U.S. territory deeper into financial crisis. (AP Photo/Carlos Giusti)

CORRECTION Mexico Earthquake Photo Gallery

CORRECTS AGE OF BABY TO TWO MONTHS, NOT TWO YEARS - The Santiago Apostol church stands damaged after the 7.1 earthquake in the town of Atzala in Puebla state, Mexico, Wednesday Sept. 20, 2017. According to family related to 11 relatives who died inside the church during Tuesday's quake, the roof collapsed during a Mass held to baptize a two-month-old girl, and the only people who survived were the baby's father, the priest and the priest's assistant. (AP Photo/Pablo Spencer)

APTOPIX Bangladesh Myanmar Attacks

A newly arrived Rohingya family walks towards Balukhali refugee camp in Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh, Wednesday, Sept. 20, 2017. More than 500,000 Rohingya Muslims have fled to neighboring Bangladesh in the past year, most of them in the last three weeks, after security forces and allied mobs retaliated to a series of attacks by Muslim militants last month by burning down thousands of Rohingya homes in the predominantly Buddhist nation. (AP Photo/Bernat Armangue)

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

1. WHERE HURRICANE MARIA IS HEADING

The strengthening Category 3 storm is lashing the northeastern Dominican Republic and is expected to pass near the Turks and Caicos later in the day after causing damage, flooding and island-wide outage in Puerto Rico.

2. WHO IS SYMBOL OF DEVASTATING MEXICO QUAKE

A young girl trapped in her collapsed school is driving rescuers to work at dozens of wrecked buildings looking for survivors of the magnitude 7.1 temblor that killed 245 people.

3. CONGO DEEMED EPICENTER OF PEACEKEEPING ABUSES

The central African nation is home to more than 700 of the some 2,000 sexual allegations against U.N. peacekeepers and personnel worldwide since 2004, an AP probe finds.

4. SATELLITE IMAGES ILLUSTRATE ROHINGYA PLIGHT

Before-and-after imagery from DigitalGlobe released exclusively to the AP show refugee camps in Bangladesh growing dramatically since minority Muslims began fleeing attacks in Myanmar.

5. SEC REVEALS CYBER BREACH

The U.S. government agency says hackers infiltrated its EDGAR filing system and the attack may have provided the basis for some illegal trading in 2016.

6. WHAT EMAILS SAY MANAFORT DID

Trump’s one-time campaign chairman offered “private briefings” to a Russian billionaire who the U.S. government says is close to Putin, but Manafort’s spokesman says no briefings ever occurred.

7. ‘TWO-STATE SOLUTION’ PROSPECTS DIMMING

Palestinians are increasingly questioning their leaders’ strategy of reaching statehood through negotiations with Israel after more than two decades of failures.

8. THE ATM TURNS 50

Ubiquitous now, but revolutionary then: automated teller machine’s debut a half century ago trained people to interact with kiosks.

9. PRESS ‘SURPRISED FACE’

The Japanese creator of the first emoji wanted to add nuance to mobile phone messages and never imagined his 1999 work would become a global phenomenon.

10. MEET THE ‘NEXT ONE’

Michigan’s Emoni Bates is the best 13-year-old basketball player in America and AP has been granted behind-the-scenes access to follow his progress.