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

1. HOW MANY DIED IN LAS VEGAS SHOOTING

Country music fans thought they were hearing firecrackers at first when a gunman on the 32nd floor of a Las Vegas casino hotel opened fire on them from above, killing at least 59 people .

2. WHO THE LAS VEGAS GUNMAN WAS

Stephen Paddock was a multimillionaire real-estate investor who liked to travel to Las Vegas to play high-stakes video poker. Public records offered no hint of financial distress or criminal history.

3. WHO HAS BEEN HIT BY BIZARRE HEALTH ATTACKS IN HAVANA

Frightening attacks on U.S. personnel in Havana struck the heart of America’s spy network in Cuba, with intelligence operatives among the first and most severely affected victims, The Associated Press has learned.

4. WHAT AMERICANS THINK ABOUT CLIMATE CHANGE POLICY

An AP-NORC poll finds more Americans than not disagree with President Donald Trump’s pulling the U.S. out of Paris treaty to fight climate change.

5. WHY SPAIN HAS BEEN TARNISHED

The worldwide broadcast of images of police attacking would-be voters in Catalonia’s independence referendum has hurt Spain’s image, and did nothing to slow the Catalans’ march toward independence .

6. FACEBOOK GIVES RUSSIA-LINKED ADS TO CONGRESS

The social network plans more measures to increase transparency in advertising as it provides more than 3,000 Russia-linked ads congressional committees investigating Russian interference in the 2016 election.

7. EQUIFAX SAYS 2.5 MILLION MORE AMERICANS MAY BE AFFECTED BY HACK

The credit report company says the number of Americans who may have been affected by the massive security breach of its systems is now 145.5 million. The update comes as Equifax’s former CEO will testify in front of Congress starting Tuesday.

8. LOS ANGELES POLICE DENY CONFIRMING TOM PETTY’S DEATH

A spokesman for the LAPD says it has no information on the well-being of Tom Petty and its spokespeople did not provide info CBS News used to report the rocker had died.

9. RIO’S KIDS ARE DYING IN THE CROSSFIRE

A year after it was basking in the global Olympic spotlight, this city known for both glamorous beaches and sprawling slums is in the grip of a shocking wave of violence. The dead include many children felled by bullets intended for others.

10. AMERICANS EARN NOBEL PRIZE FOR BIOLOGICAL CLOCK DISCOVERIES

Three Americans won for their discovery of key genetic “gears” of the body’s 24-hour biological clock, the mechanism that causes jet lag when it’s out of sync.

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