A coronavirus outbreak is hitting Vice President Mike Pence's office. At least five people, including chief of staff Marc Short have tested positive for the respiratory illness. Pence and his wife tested negative for the virus Sunday.        Americans are setting early voting records. More than 59-million people have already voted, more than a week before Election Day. That's over 42-percent of all voters in 2016. Mail-in ballots account for most of the early votes.        The Dodgers are one win away from their first World Series title in 32 years. The Dodgers got off to an early lead on the way to a 4-2 win over the Rays last night. Clayton Kershaw pitched into the sixth to pick up his second win in the Series. Game Six is Tuesday night.       A three-year-old Texas boy is dead after he accidentally shot and killed himself at his birthday party over the weekend. Authorities believe he might have picked up a hand gun that had fallen out of a relative's pocket.       NASA plans to reveal what it calls an "exciting new discovery" about the moon today. Scientists have hinted it will help support deep space exploration. NASA plans to send the first woman and a man to the moon in 2024 to help prepare for a mission to Mars by 2030.       Offset is out of police custody. TMZ reported the Migos rapper was with his wife Cardi B and her cousin Marcelo Almanzar on Saturday. Police say they pulled them over after someone waved a gun at a pro-Trump rally in Beverly Hills. Officers took Almanzar into custody for possession of a concealed weapon.