Here are the top stories for Monday, Oct. 24: National polling shows Hillary Clinton with a 12 point lead; President Obama campaigns in California; Ongoing investigation into deadly California bus crash; Bill Murray's new award.
Highlights of this day in history: Dawn of the UN; Dwight Eisenhower vows to end the Korean War; Suspects caught in D.C.-area sniper shootings; Concorde makes last trans-Atlantic flight; 'Star Trek' creator Gene Roddenberry dies (Oct. 24).
Prosecutors are introducing jurors to one of the nation's most influential missing-child cases in New York history as a suspect goes on trial for a second time in the dissapearance of Etan Patz (Oct. 19).
Highlights of this day in history: 'Saturday Night Massacre' takes place during Watergate scandal; Gen. Douglas MacArthur returns to Philippines; Jacqueline Kennedy weds Aristotle Onassis; Three Lynyrd Skynyrd members die in plane crash (Oct. 20).
An endangered black rhino has given birth to an 80-pound female at Des Moines' Blank Park Zoo. The zoo called the birth "an extremely significant event" in the effort to reverse a long decline in the number of black rhinos (Oct. 19).
Highlights of this day in history: British surrender at Yorktown decides American Revolution; Stock market crash hits Wall Street in late 1980s; Napoleon's forces begin retreat from Moscow; Concorde makes first landing in New York (Oct. 19).
Highlights of this day in history: Arab oil embargo fuels energy crisis; Americans clinch revolutionary victory at Saratoga; Deadly quake hits northern California; Mobster Al Capone convicted of tax evasion; Playwright Arthur Miller born (Oct. 17).