These are the headlines you Need 2 Know. * **Kavanaugh's Drinking Exposed:** As the FBI investigates sexual assault allegations against Brett Kavanaugh, some former Yale classmates are speaking out about the Supreme Court nominee’s drinking habits during his college years. Some have claimed that he lied under oath about blacking out from alcohol. “There were certainly many times when \[Kavanaugh\] could not remember what was going on,” ex-classmate Chad Ludington said. He added in a statement on Sunday, “When Brett got drunk, he was often belligerent and aggressive.” New reports also surfaced that Kavanaugh was questioned by the police after a bar fight in 1985 following a concert. Read more [here]( * **Kavanaugh Drops Out of Harvard Post:** The nominee told Harvard Law School that he can no longer commit to teaching his course during the school's 2019 January term. He has taught at the law school for about a decade. Read more [here]( * **Rosa's Rain:** Tropical depression Rosa is dumping water across Mexico’s Baja Peninsula and onto the southwest United States this week, hitting areas that historically do not see much rain. More than 11 million people are under a flash-flood watch in the southwest, according to a CNN meteorologist. Some desert areas could experience six months worth of rain, and the National Hurricane Center is warning of dangerous flooding and landslides. Rosa has weakened from its initial Category 4 hurricane status and became a tropical depression early Tuesday morning. Read more [here]( * **Vegas Shooting Anniversary:** Memorials across the country on Monday marked the one-year anniversary of the shooting at a music festival in Las Vegas, Nev., the worst mass shooting in modern American history. On Oct. 1, 2017, Stephen Paddock opened fire from the window of his Mandalay Bay hotel room, killing 58 people within 10 minutes before turning the gun on himself. Police, even a year later, have not been able to identify a motive. Since the incident, 18 states have passed gun regulations, and 11 states have passed bans on bump stocks, the devices that mimic automatic weapons. Read more on [Cheddar]( * **Missing Sex Offenders:** Officials in Missouri do not know the whereabouts of almost 1,300 registered sex offenders in the state, according to a state audit released Monday. That accounts for about 8 percent of the nearly 16,000 registered sex offenders in the state. Offenders must notify law enforcement when they move, and the audit blames poor enforcement on local officials. Hundreds of the missing belong to the most dangerous category. Read more [here]( * **Business School Bust:** The number of applicants to elite U.S. business schools like Harvard and UPenn’s Wharton has fallen for the first time in nearly a decade, according to the Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC) on Monday. GMAC’s data says that MBA applications overall are down 7 percent from last year, but this is the first time in almost 10 years that declining applications have affected the top universities. Experts say this drop can be attributed to the strong job market and stronger competition from schools abroad. Read more [here]( * **Turkey Day Is for Family, Not Shopping:** Nearly 100 popular stores, including H&M, Costco, and Nordstrom, will be closed this year on Thanksgiving, according to a list released by Many retailers cited the importance of family time as the main reason for plans to close their doors on the holiday. Read more [here]( * **Choose Your Own Netflix Adventure?** The streaming service wants to let viewers decide how storylines end. The company is developing specials that will allow viewers to choose the next narrative thread in a TV episode or movie. Netflix is expected to release this interactive “choose your own adventure” feature before the end of next year. It will be first incorporated into an episode of Emmy-winning sci-fi series “Black Mirror.” Jim Spare, the COO of Eko, a company that produces interactive shows, said, “The time is right for interactive TV to become a mainstream experience.” Read more [here]( * **MLB Playoffs:** The 2018 Major League Baseball regular season ended on Monday, and the playoff bracket was set after the Milwaukee Brewers and Los Angeles Dodgers won their respective division tiebreakers. Wildcard games will begin Tuesday night. See the full schedule [here]( * **Cardi B Caves:** Rapper Cardi B turned herself into the NYPD on Monday morning in Flushing, Queens, after allegations surfaced that she was involved in a strip club fight. Two female bartenders claimed they were attacked in August after rumors circulated that they slept with Offset, Cardi B’s husband. During the alleged attack, which involved about 10 members of Cardi B’s crew, she threw glasses and a hookah pipe. Police said the celeb is due to appear in a Queens criminal court on Oct. 29 to face charges of reckless endangerment and third-degree assault. Read more [here]( * **The City of Celeb Love:** Jennifer Aniston’s ex Justin Theroux was seen with Spider-Man actress Laura Harrier in Paris. Theroux is almost 20 years older than the 28-year-old actress. See photos of their jaunt [here]( Cheddar's Hena Doba gets into the latest. Subscribe to the Need 2 Know newsletter [here](

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