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A New York judge rules Trump and his adult sons committed fraud by inflating the value of his assets for years, in a decision that could have a big impact on the future of The Trump Organization. Plus, it’s debate night in America, but the former President won't be on the debate stage, instead giving a primetime speech at a non-union auto parts manufacturer in Detroit. And, more than a dozen people are under arrest after looters ransacked an Apple store, a Lulu Lemon and a Foot Locker in in Philadelphia. Also this morning: the Senate moves forward with a bipartisan spending plan, but with no guarantee that it will pass the House, and striking Hollywood writers can start working again today after a tentative deal is reached between studios and SAG-AFTRA.