Top Stories: World Series Latest; Wintry Halloween? : The Two-Way Also: Spanish newspapers allege the NSA eavesdropped on millions of Spanish phone calls; a key computer server fails on the government's health care website; assailants attack Mexican power plants; and the Country Music Hall of Fame inducts Kenny Rogers, Bobby Bare and "Cowboy" Jack Clement.
NPR logo Top Stories: World Series Latest; Wintry Halloween?

Top Stories: World Series Latest; Wintry Halloween?

Good morning, here are our early stories:

— All You Need To Know About The All Tied Up World Series.

— Parts Of Rockies And West To Be Treated To Snow For Halloween.

And here are more early headlines:

Spanish Media Allege NSA Spied On Spanish Phone Calls. (El Pais)

Key Computer Server Fails, Slowing Federal Health Care Website. (Bloomberg)

Phone Hacking Trial Opens For Former British Journalists. (AP)

Jeep Crashes In Tiananmen Square, Killing Three In Fire. (CNN)

Powerful Storm Hits Britain With Hurricane Strength Winds. (Guardian)

Assailants Cripple Several Mexican Power Stations. (Los Angeles Times)

Michael Jackson's Former Doctor Leaves Prison After Two Years. (Reuters)

Country Music Hall Of Fame Inducts Rogers, Bare And "Cowboy" Jack Clement. (Tennessean)