(CNN)A new raid video is released. Rain slams Texas. And there's a comet out there spewing alcohol. No, really.
5 things to know for your new day -- Monday, October 26
It's Monday, and here are five things to know for your new day.
Video: What's it like to rescue prisoners during a firefight? A video released over the weekend shows what it looked like when U.S., Kurdish and Iraqi forces freed about 70 hostages from an ISIS prison last week. Gunfire provides a kinetic soundtrack to the video. Soldiers are seen ushering frightened men through the prison's halls. Another video shows coalition aircraft later destroying the prison.
Charged: Adacia Chambers faces four counts of second-degree murder. She's the woman who police say was driving under the influence and plowed her car into a homecoming parade crowd Saturday at Oklahoma State University. Dozens more were injured, many seriously. She is set to appear in court today.
Wet: The rain is not going away in Texas. Up to 20 inches have fallen over parts of the state the last couple of days. And the rain should continue unabated through part of this week. Coastal high winds aren't helping, contributing to coastal flooding that pushes inland. The source of the wet weather is two-fold: A weather system that hovered over Texas and neighboring states combined with the remnants of Hurricane Patricia to deliver a wet, 1-2 punch to the state.
Tough guy: Donald Trump taunted Ben Carson last week, saying the ex-neurosurgeon was "super low energy." So how did Carson respond? By bragging about what a badass he used to be as a teen. "As a teenager, I would go after people with rocks, and bricks, and baseball bats, and hammers," Carson said yesterday. "And, of course, many people know the story when I was 14 and I tried to stab someone." Well that's real presidential. Can't wait for the "Saturday Night Live" skit on this one.
Spirited: The next great watering hole may be way out in outer space. No, it's not a new bar on the International Space Station. It's Comet Lovejoy, a comet that's spewing out alcohol, as much alcohol as in 500 bottles of wine every second. That's better than any distillery we've ever heard of. Lovejoy has made its closest approach to the sun and is moving away from Earth, so you better hurry if you want a sip.