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• It's the
statistical peak of the Atlantic hurricane season, with the eight weeks around this date often prime time for conditions that fuel powerful storms. Right on schedule is
Hurricane Oliviacould affect Hawaii midweek as a tropical storm.
• Starting this evening, we wish our
Muslimreaders a happy
new year, 1440, as they commemorate the Prophet Mohammed's flight from Mecca to Medina to escape religious persecution. The coming month, Muharram, is the second holiest for the faithful, after Ramadan.
September 11, a day when Americans, especially New Yorkers,
pause to remember the 2,977 people killed during coordinated terrorist attacks in New York, Washington and outside Shanksville, Pennsylvania. The day now also is dedicated to
community service; you can find opportunities here to pitch in. The President and first lady are due to participate in a ceremony at the Shanksville memorial.
• Voters in
New Hampshirego to the polls to choose
primary candidates for the state's two US House seats, which have flipped between the major parties over the past decade.
Russia is expected to launch five days of
war games, with 300,000 military personnel and more than 1,000 aircraft. It would be the largest show of force of its kind since major Soviet maneuvers in 1981. Russian President Vladimir Putin has boasted this year of weapons that would render NATO "completely useless," though the United States has expressed doubts. The exercises come as Russian neighbor China beefs up its military.
Appleis expected to
• US Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse, a
Rhode Island Democrat, faces a
• The focus in
primaries shifts to
• With the
midterms less than two months away, some
big-name pols hit the stump. President
Trump rallies in
Missouri, where GOP Attorney General Josh Hawley is trying to unseat Democratic US Sen. Claire McCaskill. And former President Barack
Ohio's attorney general in 2010.
• If you're in the Big Apple, drop by the Triad Theater for
opening night of
"The 1st Annual Trump Family Special." The musical comedy runs weekly through December 6.
• The archbishop of Washington will celebrate
Mass in the nation's capital to open a six-week "season of healing" amid the
Catholic Church's clergy sex abuse scandal. Cardinal
Donald Wuerl faces mounting scrutiny over what he may have known about abuse allegations against his predecessor and how he handled abusive priests as bishop of Pittsburgh. Wuerl recently went to Vatican City to meet with Pope Francis.
Trump continues his barnstorming in
Mississippi, where two US Senate seats are in play.
Sicily to honor a priest killed by the Mafia. We'll be watching to see whether he also addresses the
sex abuse crisis during his trip.
National Hispanic Heritage Month begins, running through October 15. At a time in our politics when Hispanics often feel attacked just for being who they are, it's a chance to learn more about the nearly 1 in 5 US residents -- and growing -- who comprise this group.
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