10 Things to Know for Today

Among 10 Things to Know: Trump's latest pursuit of a foreign policy victory falls apart, Hong Kong warns the US to stay out of its affairs, Tom Brady and the Patriots blow out the Pittsburgh Steelers, Congress returns to legislative 'graveyard'

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

1. TRUMP'S LATEST BIG RISK TO UNRAVEL

2. 'I ASKED WHY HE WAS DOING THIS TO ME'

The AP speaks with alleged victims of a U.S. priest accused of sexually assaulting boys for decades in the Philippines.

3. WHO WARNED THE US TO STAY OUT OF ITS AFFAIRS

Thousands of demonstrators in Hong Kong held a weekend march to the U.S. Consulate to appeal to President Trump but the government advised against any interference; Students have formed protest chains in solidarity with the push for democratic reforms today.

4. WHERE THE PRESIDENT IS GOING TO TEST HIS CLOUT

5. MCCONNELL'S LEGISLATIVE 'GRAVEYARD' BACK IN SESSION

6. SEARCH FOR MISSING CREW OF OVERTURNED CARGO SHIP

Rescue teams try to stabilize the 656-foot vehicle carrier that overturned and caught fire in efforts to locate four people.

7. BRITISH AIRWAYS GROUNDS NEARLY ALL FLIGHTS

Pilots' 48-hour strike over pay leads to the cancellations with another strike expected Sept. 27

8. WHAT TECH GIANT IS BEING IS BEING TARGETED AND WHY

Texas, leading a group of states, is expected to announce an investigation into Google to examine if the company is too big and effective at stomping or acquiring rivals.

9. WHO INSPIRED TORY BURCH'S LATEST COLLECTION

10. REIGNING SUPER BOWL CHAMPS START SEASON WITH BLOWOUT

Patriots quarterback Tom Brady, in his 20th season, showed the Pittsburgh Steelers why "he's the best in the world," according to Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger, with a stunning 33-3 win.