Top Stories: Candidates Differ On Energy Policy; Probe Gets Close To Mars : The Two-Way Also: Two Chinese astronauts are on a long space mission; full rail service returns today in Hoboken, N.J. after last month's crash; and a panel examines legal abdication by Japan's emperor.

Top Stories: Candidates Differ On Energy Policy; Probe Gets Close To Mars

Good morning, here are our early stories:

-- On Energy And Climate Change, Clinton And Trump Differ Sharply.

-- European Space Agency Probe Approaches Surface Of Mars.

And here are more early headlines:

Iraqi Offensive Against Mosul Proceeds Slowly. (AP)

2 Chinese Astronauts Launch Into Space. (New York Times)

European Probe Prepares To Land On Mars. (Space.com)

Private Space Launch To ISS Is Delayed Until Monday. (Spaceflight.com)

More Rain In U.S. Northwest Today After 2 Storms Strike. (AccuWeather)

Hoboken Rail Service Set To Fully Reopen After Crash. (Wall Street Journal)

Thousands March In Paris Against Same Sex Marriage. (Reuters)

2 Arrested In L.A. Shooting That Killed 3, Injured 12. (KPCC)

3 Charged In Shooting Death Of Olympic Sprinter's Teen Daughter. (Lexington Herald Leader)

Japanese Panel Examines Possible Abdication For Emperor. (Telegraph)