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10 Things You Need to Know for Tuesday

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U.S. B-1B bomber, right, flies over Osan Air Base with South Korean Air Forces jet in Pyeongtaek, South Korea, Tuesday, Sept. 13, 2016. The United States has flown nuclear-capable supersonic bombers over ally South Korea in a show of force meant to cow North Korea after its fifth nuclear test and also to settle rattled nerves in the South. (AP Photo/Lee Jin-man)

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

1. WHY CLINTON DIDN’T REVEAL ILLNESS

The Democratic presidential nominee says she pressed on with a busy campaign schedule despite being diagnosed with pneumonia because she “just didn’t think it was going to be that big a deal.”

2. WHO IS BEING SUMMONED BEFORE CONGRESS

Republicans call the tech expert who set up Clinton’s private email server and representatives from the company that maintained it to testify at a congressional hearing.

3. CEASE-FIRE IN SYRIA APPEARS TO BE HOLDING

Residents and observers say most of the country is calm so far amid the latest attempt by the U.S. and Russia to bring some quiet in the country’s devastating civil war.

4. WHAT MESSAGE OF FORCE US SENT NORTH KOREA

The U.S. sends two nuclear-capable supersonic B-1B bombers streaking over South Korea to cow Pyongyang after its recent nuclear test.

5. FLORIDA MOSQUE DAMAGED IN BLAZE TO BE REPAIRED

An imam says the Fort Pierce mosque’s members are “saddened and scared” by the fire, started on the 15th anniversary of 9/11 and the start of the Muslim holiday, Eid al-Adha.

6. HARROWING BRUSH WITH DEATH, HEARTWARMING ENDING

Hailey Brouillette is not one of millions who have seen her own rescue, and that of her dog Sassy, from a car sinking into Louisiana floodwaters, but she finally gets to meet the man who saved her life.

7. LONG-SILENT VOICES SPEAK LOUDLY ON BIG SCREEN

A shift is in the air at the Toronto International Film Festival, where a crop of racially diverse films are poised to disrupt two straight years of the “OscarsSoWhite” protests.

8. LOCHTE FEELS ‘HURT’ AFTER ‘DWTS’ INCIDENT

Two men rush the stage where the suspended U.S. Olympic swimmer had just finished performing on “Dancing with the Stars.”

9. COLLEGE SPORTS TAKE STAND ON NEW LAW

The NCAA pulls seven championship events from North Carolina due to a state law that some say can lead to discrimination against LGBT people.

10. STEELERS RIDE OFFENSIVE STARS TO BIG WIN

Ben Roethlisberger throws for 300 yards and three touchdowns and DeAngelo Williams runs for 143 yards and two TDs as Pittsburgh beat Washington 38-16.

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