BC-10 Things to Know for Tuesday,September 6,ADVISORY


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

1. OBAMA MAKES HISTORIC TRIP TO LAOS

The U.S. president is on a mission to heal war wounds and reinvigorate relations with a country with rising strategic importance to the U.S. OBAMA

2. PHILIPPINE PRESIDENT REGRETS PROFANE REMARK

Rodrigo Duterte shows some contrition for his “son of a bitch” comment while referring to Barack Obama, which led the U.S. president to postpone a meeting with him at an Asian regional summit. SOUTHEAST-ASIA-DUTERTE

3. CANDIDATES TO WOO VOTERS IN THE SOUTH

With Labor Day behind them, Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton are pushing ahead in top presidential battlegrounds Virginia, North Carolina and Florida. CAMPAIGN 2016

4. IN RECOVERY, MANY POOR SCHOOLS LEFT BEHIND

In the years following the 2008 financial crisis, school districts serving poor communities generally have been hit harder than more affluent districts, an AP analysis finds. DIVIDED AMERICA-SCHOOL FUNDING

5. A SIGN BLACK LIVES MATTER IS GROWING

A San Francisco-based charity has been acting as a financial arm of the protest-borne movement, with the ability to receive grants and tax-deductible donations, the AP learns. BLACK LIVES MATTER-PARTNERSHIP

6. 9/11 UNITY BECOMING A FAINT MEMORY

For a time, it felt like the attack that shattered America had also brought it together. That cohesion feels distant as the 15th anniversary of the attacks arrives Sunday. SEPT 11-AMERICAN UNITY

7. WHAT TO EXPECT ON CAPITOL HILL

Election-year politics will rule the congressional calendar when lawmakers return from a seven-week recess. CONGRESS RETURNS

8. HURRICANE HURTLES TOWARD MEXICO’S BAJA CALIFORNIA PENINSULA

Schools have been closed and emergency shelters opened as Newton gains strength while bearing down on the twin resorts of Los Cabos. TROPICAL WEATHER-NEWTON

9. CHEVY CHASE ENTERS REHAB

The 72-year-old former star of “Saturday Night Live” and the “Vacation” movies enters a facility in Minnesota for a “tuneup” on alcohol problem. PEOPLE-CHEVY CHASE

10. SEMINOLES RALLY FOR BIG WIN

Deondre Francois throws for 419 yards and two touchdowns, leading No. 4 Florida State to its largest comeback victory ever, 45-34 over No. 11 Ole Miss. MISSISSIPPI-FLORIDA-STATE