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Among 10 Things to Know: Pakistan city of Quetta shuts down, mourns 61 killed at police academy; The Trump-Clinton Twitter war: Bludgeon vs. stiletto; Republicans contend with Trump factor among Hispanic voters
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:
1. PAKISTAN MOURNS DEAD BY SHUTTERING CITY
Quetta shuts down following a deadly militant rampage as families bury many of the 61 killed in the attack on a police academy.
2. WELCOME TO FIRST NATIONWIDE TWITTER ELECTION
Trump draws attention for what he's tweeting and retweeting, but Clinton uses the micro-blogging site more as a stiletto than a club.
3. WHO IS GOP'S BIGGEST OBSTACLE TO GETTING HISPANIC VOTE
Trump's harsh words about immigrants have turned off many of the 27 million Latinos eligible to cast ballots.
4. CIVILIANS ON THE MOVE FROM MOSUL FRONT LINES
Iraqi special forces have evacuated more than 1,000 people from villages near the battlefield as the offensive to retake the Islamic State-held city intensifies.
5. VENEZUELA BRACES FOR ANTI-GOVERNMENT PROTESTS
The South American nation's standoff deepens after the opposition-led congress votes to open a political trial against President Nicolas Maduro.
6. LAWSUIT CHALLENGES DENVER'S SWEEPS OF HOMELESS
Advocates accuse the booming city of violating its street people's rights in clearing them out of gentrifying areas.
7. OREGON REFERENDUM WEIGHS 'OUTDOOR SCHOOL' PROGRAM
By earmarking lottery proceeds each year, students in the Pacific Northwest would spend one week learning about the state's natural wonders.
8. WHAT'S TOP REVENUE STREAM IN NEW ZEALAND
Spurred by the fantasy movie trilogy "The Hobbit," tourism overtakes dairy as the nation's top earner of overseas dollars.
9. JUSTIN TIMBERLAKE ENSNARED IN BALLOT SELFIE LEGALITY
The "Cry Me a River" singer posted an image of himself at a voting booth in Tennessee on Instagram, drawing questions about whether he was breaking the law.
10. GAME 1 TO TRIBE
Corey Kluber got the Cleveland Indians off to a striking start and Roberto Perez's bat put away Chicago 6-0 in the Cubs' first World Series game since 1945.