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A person walks near dolls of former President Jimmy Carter in a store in his hometown of Plains, Ga., Saturday, Aug. 22, 2015, The one-block business district specializes in Carter political memorabilia and peanut souvenirs. Visitors stop by after touring dozens of properties associated with the Nobel Peace Prize winner. (AP Photo/David Goldman)

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

1. AMERICANS, BRITON WHO THWARTED TRAIN ATTACK GET FRANCE’S TOP HONOR

French President Francois Hollande presents the men with the Legion of Honor and praises them as an example of the need for action when faced with terrorism.

2. CHINESE SHARES TUMBLE, DRIVING PANIC SELLING IN ASIAN MARKETS

Stocks plunge as China’s main index sinks 8.5 percent in tumultuous trading spurred by deepening fears over the slowdown in the world’s second-largest economy.

3. TALKS BETWEEN THE RIVAL KOREAS DRAG ON

Seoul says that without a North Korean apology for a land mine attack that maimed two soldiers, anti-Pyongyang propaganda broadcasts will continue.

4. WHAT’S CLINTON’S IOWA MESSAGE FOR 2016

The candidate goes hyperlocal in the state, a stylistic shift from her failed 2008 presidential bid, which began poorly with a third-place finish in the Iowa caucuses.

5. RACIAL IDENTITY OF ACTIVIST QUESTIONED

There’s a long history of attacking the backgrounds of people involved in civil rights movements but experts say you don’t have to be black to say that black lives matter.

6. WHY THAILAND’S BLAST PROBE IS HINDERED

The investigation into last week’s explosion is hampered by broken security cameras in central Bangkok along the main suspect’s getaway route.

7. WHO MOBILIZES TO SUPPORT JIMMY CARTER

As the former president undergoes treatment for cancer, residents of his hometown Plains, Georgia, hope to keep his spirits up.

8. AT LEAST 100 PEOPLE MAY SPEAK AT JAMES HOLMES’ SENTENCING

The three-day hearing gives survivors a chance to share their harrowing stories with the judge, but it won’t change the verdict.

9. CRYING OVER SPILLED WATER

Raising twins in California’s epic drought means teaching kids about waste, an AP reporter learns.

10. SECOND CANCERS ARE ON THE RISE

Nearly 1 in 5 new cases in the U.S. now involves someone who has had the disease before.