6:33 p.m. ET: ABC News' David Wright tweets:
3:17 p.m. ET: Missing baby Lisa's parents still buy her gifts and clothes, one year after her disappearance.
"They've got Lisa's room intact," Irwin family attorney John Picerno told ABCNews.com, referring to Lisa's parents Deborah Bradley and Jeremy Irwin. "They still try to honor her. They still believe that she is alive. They buy clothes that will fit her when she comes home. They try to buy gifts for her to celebrate the various holidays as the holidays pass."
12:59 p.m. ET: On the eve of his first debate with President Obama, Mitt Romney indicated that he was considering a uniform deduction for most tax payers - $17,000 was the figure mentioned - as a way to pay for his proposed reform, which includes $5 trillion in across-the-board cuts.
11:45 a.m. ET: DEVELOPING: A third set of seats reportedly came loose on an American Airlines flight last week, a day after news first surfaced of loose seats on American Airlines flights that triggered two emergency landings in the span of three days.
10:05 a.m. ET: "Nightline" is still basking in the glow of our FIVE Emmy wins last night for reporting on the situation in Libya during the Arab Spring, Christiane Amanpour's exclusive interview with Col. Gadhafi and the Brian Ross unit investigation into Solyndra.