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Morning Brief: October, 10

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Last night was the second 2016 presidential debate, which was hosted by ABC News' Martha Raddatz and CNN's Anderson Cooper at Washington University in St. Louis. Over this past weekend, a number of Republicans have withdrawn their endorsements from Republican nominee Donald Trump. This comes after the releasement of a 2005 video where Trump brags about sexually assaulting women. During the debate, Trump commented on the recording stating, "This was locker room talk. I'm not proud of it. I apologized to my family. I apologized to the American people. Certainly I'm not proud of it. But this is locker room talk." Trump also stated during the debate that he has never sexually assaulted women. In response, Clinton stated that the recording reveals Trump's true character. For more on the story, visit ABC News

NEED TO KNOW

"Seeing 'Nothing to Live for' as Haiti Seeks a Body Count After Hurricane Matthew" [NY Times]

"A Roar at a Funeral, and Yemen's war is Altered" [NY Times]

"North Carolina, Saturated and Surprised, Reels From Hurricane Matthew" [NY Times]

"Gov. Cuomo Says LIRR Train Derailment was Likely Caused by Work Train Violation" [NY Daily News]

"Sen. Schumer Calls for NJ Transit to Install Inward Facing Cameras on Commuter Trains After Fatal Hoboken Crash" [NY Daily News]

SPORTS

The Pittsburgh Steelers were beat the New York Jets 31-13

The Green Bay Packers beat the New York Giants, 23-16

WEATHER

Partly Cloudy, 63/47 [full report]

ON STAGE TONIGHT

WHITNEY AT MUSIC HALL OF WILLIAMSBURG

ERIC BURDON AND THE ANIMALS AT CITY WINERY

STILL CORNERS AT BABY’S ALL RIGHT

JOHN PAUL WHITE AT MERCURY LOUNGE

TODAY IN HISTORY

On this day in 1846, English astronomer William Lassell discovered Triton, Neptune's largest moon.

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