10 Things to Know for Monday
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about Monday:
1. 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.
2. MORE ANTI-ISLAM FILM FALLOUT
Hezbollah calls for protests against the video starting on Monday and says protesters should urge leaders to act.
3. WHERE OBAMA, ROMNEY WILL FOCUS THIS WEEK
The president heads to Ohio and his challenger to California on Monday as both spend several days targeting must-win states.
4. TEEN ACCUSED OF BAR-BOMBING PLOT DUE IN COURT
Officials say the 18-year-old from the Chicago area tried to trigger a fake explosive device supplied by undercover agents.
5. WHAT'S CHANGING THIS NEW YEAR
In a break from the past, Israel didn't seal off the West Bank or restrict entry of Palestinians into Israel for Rosh Hashana.
6. A VERY EARLY START TO THE 2016 CAMPAIGN
Long before the 2012 presidential race ends, Maryland Democratic Gov. Martin O'Malley appeared at a fundraiser in the early caucus state of Iowa.
7. 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.
8. HAVE SKATES, WILL TRAVEL
The NHL lockout spurs some players to sign contracts with teams in Russia, Finland and other European countries.
9. ENDEAVOR'S FINAL FLIGHT, DELAYED
Bad weather is forcing the retired space shuttle to wait until Tuesday to journey from Kennedy Space Center to its new home in California.
10. A KING'S RANSOM
Britain's royal family will sue the photographer who snapped photos of Kate sunbathing topless.