--Donald Trump spoke at a less-than-packed arena in Dallas, while a really nasty protest broke out just after the rally over immigration outside. Protesters against Trump chanted "Dump the Trump" and protesters for Trump's border wall told the other group to "leave our country" or "build that wall, you're gonna pay for it." Police on horseback stormed the crowd, pushing them apart. Trump will be in Los Angeles Tuesday.
--GOP candidates will gather in Simi Valley, CA Wednesday for the second presidential debate held at the Reagan Library.
--Democrat Hillary Clinton says she finds Donald Trump entertaining for making campaign promises that don't add up.
MS CAMPUS SHOOTINGS
A Delta State University employee suspected in the fatal shooting of a professor at the Cleveland, Mississippi, campus is dead, police said, bringing a close to a day-long manhunt. Shannon Lamb, 45, was also identified by police as a suspect in the deadly shooting of a woman in a town some 300 miles away. A manhunt continued throughout the day, and ended late Monday.
The two big wildfires in northern California have displaced 23-thousand people and destroyed more than 500 homes. Residents are just beginning to grasp the scope of devastation.
AZ HIGHWAY SHOOTINGS
The reward has been increased to $50 thousand dollars in the Arizona freeway shooter case. Arizona State troopers have not received the tip they need to solve the freeway shootings that have plagued the Phoenix area for more than two weeks. That's why Department of Public Safety Director Frank Milstead says he's more than doubling the reward money in the case.
--Hungary has a declared a state of emergency in two southern provinces hoping to stop the inflow of refugees coming from the war-torn Middle East and Africa. Under a "state of emergency”, soldiers are authorized to use rubber bullets, teargas, nets and dogs to apprehend refugees entering illegally, and to use deadly force if they believe that their own lives are in danger.
--European Union officials failed Monday to agree on mandatory quotas to relocate 120,000 asylum seekers.
North Korea says has restarted its nuclear production plants. Tuesday's announcement will further worsen ties between Pyongyang and the outside world, and an analyst says it is likely meant to put pressure on Washington to restart talks that could eventually provide the impoverished North with concessions and ease rigid international sanctions.
A government report says a small dose of aspirin a day could keep a first heart attack or stroke away for some people in their 50s.
American Airlines flight 1284 from Miami to O’Hare diverted to Indianapolis when a female passenger became unruly. Authorities say she first kissed...then punched...a flight attendant and also struck a passenger. She was charged with various things including battery w/ injury, criminal recklessness, disorderly conduct and disrupting the operation of an aircraft.
President Obama spends Tuesday at the White House. He will meet with Secretary of Health and Human Services Burwell in the Oval Office and in the afternoon, will welcome the 2015 NCAA Women’s Basketball Champion University of Connecticut Huskies. Afterwards, the President will have lunch with the Vice President in the Private Dining Room before he hosts King Felipe VI and Queen Letizia of Spain at the White House.
An internal coup has ousted Tony Abbott as Australia's prime minister. Malcolm Turnbull has been sworn in as the country's new leader. It's the third time the prime minister seat has been replaced in the past five years.
SC COP SHOOTING
Bond was denied Monday afternoon for former North Charleston police officer Michael Slager charged with the murder of 50-year-old Walter Scott. "After careful consideration of all of the evidence presented and the nature of the circumstances of the offense, the Court finds that release of [Slager] would constitute an unreasonable danger to the community and the request for release on bond should be denied," Judge Clifton Newman wrote in the order. A second appearance for Slager has been set for November 20.
BEDBUGS AT THE MOVIES
New York City moviegoers in Midtown Manhattan say they were bitten by bedbugs An AMC spokesman says they're inspecting the theater in question.
KY GAY MARRIAGE
Rowan County Clerk Kim Davis returned to her office on Monday, and the office continued to issue marriage licenses, but the new licenses have removed Davis’ name and her office, and the form now states that it was issued pursuant to a federal court order rather than the county clerk.
GAY MARRIAGE POLL (HFR 7A 9/15)
Most Americans say equality under the law trumps individual religious beliefs. In general, 74 percent in this ABC News/Washington Post poll say that when a conflict arises, the need to treat everyone equally under the law is more important than someone’s religious beliefs. In the specific case at hand, 63 percent say County Clerk Kim Davis, of Rowan County, Kentucky, should be required to issue marriage licenses despite her religious objections.
Salsas, sambas and spray-tans ruled the dance floor as a new season of ABC:s "Dancing with the Stars" premiered Monday night.