Russia's airstrikes on Syria are raising questions about whether they're intended to fight Islamic State militants or protect longtime ally, President Bashar Assad. We'll have analysis and perspective from retired General Charles Krulak, a former member of the Joint Chiefs of Staff.
Hurricane Joaquin is expected to strengthen in the Atlantic as it heads toward the central Bahamas.
Meanwhile, record rainfall on the east coasts is causing major flooding problems and travel delays.
In sports news, three-time NASCAR champion Tony Stewart has announced his retirement from the Sprint Cup series, following the 2016 season. The soon-to-be 45-year-old Stewart hasn't won a race in over two years.
Scary moments for pedestrians in New York City, as an off-duty Uber driver plows into a woman and four kids We'll have an update on their conditions.
In South Dakota, a high school principal recovering after he was shot at school by a student.
There is no government shut down, at least not for the next 10 weeks for sure. President Obama has signed a bill that will fund federal agencies through December 11th.
Jeh Jeh is Revvin' for Research! Join us to see if they get him on a motorcycle this time!
The Bargainomics Lady joins us with some great deals!
The Love Doctor gives us advice on relationships with our roommates. Should you live with your best friend?
Ready for some butterbeans? We get the scoop on the upcoming festival!
And we introduce you to our Pet of the Week,