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10 for today: Monday, Oct. 14

10 for today: Monday, Oct. 14

GATORADE BATH: Boston Red Sox's Jarrod Saltalamacchia is sprayed with sports drink during an interview after Game 2 of the American League baseball championship series against the Detroit Tigers Sunday, Oct. 13, 2013, in Boston. The Red Sox won 6-5. Photo: Associated Press/Matt Slocum

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

1. WHO WON’T SEE MUCH OF A PAY RAISE IN 2014

Millions of Social Security recipients, disabled veterans and federal retirees can expect historically small increases in benefits come January.

2. AID WORKERS AMONG LATEST SYRIA KIDNAP VICTIMS

Assailants seize six Red Cross workers and one Syrian Red Crescent volunteer in northern Syria, where such abductions are becoming common amid the civil war’s chaos.

3. BOYS GO MISSING FROM NM YOUTH CAMP

But an amber Alert is canceled for five teens from a rural ranch for troubled youth, where authorities are investigating claims of abuse.

4. STUDY SHOWS POSSIBLE LINK BETWEEN BPA, FERTILITY PROBLEMS

The chemical found in some plastics might raise the risk of miscarriage, researchers find.

5. EVACUATIONS AHEAD OF INDIA CYCLONE APPEAR TO SAVE LIVES

Some 1 million people followed orders to leave the giant storm’s path, which greatly reduced casualties.

6. HOW SAN FRANCISCANS ARE GETTING TO WORK

Saying the public deserves to have a riding system that works, the Bay Area Rapid Transit’s two largest unions say they won’t walk off the job Monday.

7. LITTLE AID FOR SOUTH DAKOTA CATTLE LOSSES

An estimated 10,000 to 20,000 head of livestock perished in last week’s blizzard, and a federal program to assist with such losses has expired.

8. WHAT’S THINNING MUSLIM HAJJ CROWDS

One million fewer pilgrims than last year are heading to Mecca due to concerns about a respiratory virus in the region.

9. WHY A TERMINAL AT LAX WAS CLOSED

An explosion at Los Angeles International Airport that causes a commotion, delaying flights, turns out to be dry ice in a plastic bottle left in a bathroom.

10. BIG PAPI PUTS ON A TIE

David Ortiz hits a grand slam in the eighth, helping the Red Sox stun the Tigers 6-5 to tie the ALCS at 1.

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Seattle to battle Spirit in NWSL playoffs

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Seattle Reign FC goalie Hope Solo waves to fans after an NWSL soccer game against the Sky Blue FC Saturday, June 28, 2014, in Seattle. Solo was arrested at a suburban Seattle home on suspicion of assaulting her sister and 17-year-old nephew a week ago, then pleaded not guilty and was released without bail after a court appearance Monday, June 23. She was eligible to play in Saturday's match, but did not start.

The Seattle Reign host the Washington Spirit on Sunday.

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Reports: Machado to get season-ending knee surgery

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In this Sunday, June 8, 2014 photo, home plate umpire Adrian Johnson, left, separates Baltimore Orioles' Manny Machado, left, and Oakland Athletics catcher Stephen Vogt after Machado threw his bat into the infield in the eighth inning of a baseball game in Baltimore. Machado was ejected for throwing the bat and Athletics pitcher Fernando Abad was ejected for throwing at him a second time. The Athletics beat the nOrioles 11-1.

Baltimore Orioles third baseman Manny Machado will soon have season-ending surgery on his injured right knee, according to multiple reports.

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Bears and Seahawks to clash tonight on KBAI.

Chicago Bears running back Matt Forte (22) celebrates his touchdown reception with guard Matt Slauson (68) during the second half of an NFL football game against the Baltimore Ravens, Sunday, Nov. 17, 2013, in Chicago.

Matt Forte and the Bears come to Seattle with a 2-0 record following victories over the Philadelphia Eagles and Jacksonville Jaguars to start the season.

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Cleveland greets reopening of historic ballpark

This Thursday, Aug. 21, 2014 photo shows an entrance to League Park in Cleveland. The city of Cleveland has invested $6.3 million in restoring the old site of League Park, a historic site where the Cleveland Indians clinched its 1920 World Series title, Babe Ruth hit his 500th home run and where Joe DiMaggio extended his hitting streak to 56 games. Not much of the old ballbark, where Cy Young threw the first pitch in 1891 remains, but the new park will host high school and youth games on its all-turf field and will pay homage to the greats who once played there.

The city has spent $6.3 million to turn an empty, trash-strewn field into a handsome ballpark with a playing surface of all-weather field turf.

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Lindquist to start for No. 25 Huskies at Hawaii

Washington quarterback Jeff Lindquist passes during the first session of NCAA college football practice before the upcoming fall season, Monday, Aug. 4, 2014, in Seattle.

Washington coach Chris Petersen announced the decision after practice on Friday. Lindquist and redshirt freshman Troy Williams had been competing for the starting job after expected starter Cyler Miles was suspended for the opener for his involvement in an off-field incident last February.