10 Things to Know for Monday

Staff Writer

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

1. WHAT HAPPENED TO HILLARY CLINTON AT NYC 9/11 EVENT: The Democratic candidate left the remembrance ceremony early and her doctor later revealed she has pneumonia.

2. 'IT DOESN'T GET EASIER. THE GRIEF NEVER GOES AWAY.': That's how Tom Acquaviva describes his feelings upon attending a 15th anniversary ceremony of 9/11 in lower Manhattan. Acquaviva's son Paul died in the World Trade Center attacks.

3. SYRIA TRUCE, BROKERED BY US AND RUSSIA, IS SET TO BEGIN: But rebel factions in Syria express deep reservations about the terms of the cease-fire that seeks to restart the peace process for the war-torn country.

4. HOW TESLA SAYS IT'S IMPROVING AUTOPILOT: The electric carmaker says its driverless navigation system will rely more on radar and less on cameras to prevent crashes like the fatal one involving a Tesla Model S and a tractor trailer last May.

5. CONSERVATIVES PUSH TO IMPEACH IRS CHIEF: The effort stands to fail, though, due to solid Democratic opposition and resistance from many Republicans.

6. WHO'S SELLING A NUKE PLANT AT BARGAIN PRICE: After spending 40 years and $5 billion on the two unfinished reactors in Alabama, The Tennessee Valley Authority sets a $36.4 million minimum bid and looks to cut its losses.

7. WEST VIRGINIA UNIVERSITY STUDENTS WIN $750K ROBOTICS PRIZE: The students claimed top spot in the NASA competition by successfully navigating a robot to retrieve items over wide and varied terrain.

8. WHY HOPS GROWERS ARE EXPANDING TO NEW STATES: The demand for hops is high, in part, because of America's obsession with India pale ales, which use large amounts of hops to create flavor-packed styles of beer.

9. 'SULLY' SOARS WITH $35.5M BOX OFFICE OPENING: Adult audiences turn out in droves for the dramatization of Captain Chesley "Sully" Sullenberger's emergency landing of US Airways Flight 1549 in the Hudson River in 2009.

10. WAWRINKA WEARS DOWN DJOKOVIC TO GAIN U.S. OPEN VICTORY.: Stan Wawrinka beats defending champion Novak Djokovic for his first U.S. Open title.