(CNN)Here's what you might have missed today on CNN:
-- America's East Coast could suffer its strongest storm in more than a decade as Hurricane Florence becomes a Category 3.
-- Rep. Mia Love's campaign has informed the FEC that it will refund or redesignate less than half of what the government says was more than a million dollars improperly raised for a primary that was never expected to happen.
-- Dozens of people evacuated a western Pennsylvania community after a gas line explosion sent flames skyward.
-- An opera singer from North Carolina was crowned Miss America Sunday. Nia Franklin said she plans to advocate for the arts during her tenure.
-- A Dallas police officer who fatally shot a man in his apartment after mistaking it for her own was arrested on a manslaughter charge, officials say.
-- Tennis superstar Serena Williams is calling out sexism after a heated dispute with a male umpire at the US Open. Here's why.
-- US will threaten sanctions against the International Criminal Court and dole out punishment to countries trying to prosecute American personnel.
-- Seven people were injured, including two middle-aged British tourists, in Paris by a man wielding a knife and iron bar.
-- Hundreds of ancient Roman gold coins were found in the basement of a former theater in northern Italy.