Clinton and Trump face off once again, Michael Fassbender proud to be from Kerry and Ireland overcome Moldova
After a busy weekend of news and sport, here's everything you need to know to get caught up this Monday morning
Connacht coach Pat Lam is happy other clubs are looking at his players because it means they must be doing something right.
Speaking to Joe Molloy on Off The Ball he said "Not many people knew who Bundee Aki was before he got here. Not many people knew who Ultan Dillane was, and even Munster obviously didn't know who Ultan Dillane was before he came to Connacht."
"I love that. It means we are on the right chord and long may that continue [...] It's good for the players. It's good for Connacht rugby. It means we are heading in the right direction," he added.
Michael Fassbender was in Kerry on Friday night to receive The Order of Inisfallen, an award handed out in his hometown of Killarney.
Speaking at the event, which took place in Muckross House, Fassbender said that he was touched by the level of support that Irish fans have given him over the years.
🔸🔹 Michael Fassbender: "Through my work I get to travel all over the world, it's one of the many perks, alongside kissing Alicia Vikander." pic.twitter.com/qMqX6490q1— AliciaVikander Daily (@jcsepjj) October 7, 2016
According to The Irish Examiner, Fassbender told the gathered crowd that: "The support for me here in Killarney and Fossa and Kerry takes my breath away," and that he was honoured to receive the award.
'Saturday Night' Live is known for its sketches in the US, and last night was no exception.
The NBC show wasted no time in making fun of Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump over his lewd comments on women.
The billionaire was recorded in 2005 describing his attempt to seduce a married woman and boasting in vulgar terms of what he can do to women as a "star".
In a video statement, Mr Trump promised to be a "better man". He said: "Anyone who knows me knows these words don't reflect who I am. I said it, I was wrong and I apologise."
But the sketch show showed him no mercy.
Wes Hoolahan made his first competitive start for Ireland on Sunday night, since the 3-0 loss to Belgium at Euro 2016.
The Norwich playmaker set up Shane Long's goal in the second minute as he had a strong influence over the game in Chisinau. He also had a strong role in the buildup to James McClean's second goal. Speaking to Off the Ball's Dave McIntyre, the 34-year-old was delighted the team left Moldova with a win.
"It was important we got the three points. It was a difficult place to come. We got a great start in the game. Unfortunately they scored before half time, but we came back out again for the second half, James McLean got the two goals, and we came away with the three points we deserved."
In an ill-tempered second debate, Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump took to the stage at Washington University in St. Louis on Sunday night.
While there were a number of flash points in the exchanges that caused social media to respond, few drew as much criticism as Trump's claim that, had he been president, Captain Humayun Khan would still be alive today.
"If I were president at that time, he would be alive today, because unlike her, who voted for the war without knowing what she was doing, I would not have had our people in Iraq," said Trump.
Donald Trump: "Captain Khan is an American hero and if I were president at that time he would be alive today." https://t.co/U3ZKtKHD1J— ABC News (@ABC) October 10, 2016