Good Monday morning Sunrisers,
Severe weather is affecting much of southeast Asia. Packing winds up to 140 miles per hour, Typhoon Megi has hit the northern part of the Philippines. Thousands were evacuated ahead of the storm. If you're having trouble contacting family and friends, officials say power, phone and Internet services are down in many areas. We'll track the typhoon throughout the morning.
Are you on Facebook? Then your information may be leaking out to advertising and tracking companies. That's according to a report by The Wall Street Journal. Details on Sunrise.
Attempted murder by Hard Rock café. 36 year old Reynaldo Valdes-Paz is accused of shooting a man in the back and in the legs on Friday night. How police got him into custody.
Choosing candidates. Republican Representative Charles Djou wants to keep his office in Washington, D.C. Why he thinks you should vote for him. He'll be in the hot seat in our 6am hour.
Are we alone? It's an age old question, and now scientists at the Keck Observatory on Mauna Kea have found a planet similar to ours. Even more exciting, it appears to have a liquid surface. What this means for life in the universe.
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- Grace Lee