What We're Following This Morning

A summit on migrants: European Union leaders are meeting for a two-day summit on the flow of migrants into the bloc. Talks are expected to center on involving Turkey in the effort to reduce the number of refugees fleeing Syria for Europe. More than 2 million of the 4.1 million registered Syrian refugees live in Turkey.  Update: More here

More recalls for Volkswagen: The German automotive watchdog has ordered the beleaguered carmaker to recall 2.4 million vehicles as part of the emissions-testing scandal involving Volkswagen’s diesel vehicles. The automaker has said owners of the affected cars could bring them in to be fixed.

A nuclear reactor restarts in Japan: The number two reactor at Sendai, which was shutdown by the 2011 Fukushima disaster, has been restarted. The number one reactor at the plant operated by Utility Kyushu Electric Power was restarted in August. Although opposition to it has been high after the disaster, nuclear power remains one of the cheapest energy sources.

I want one: Owners of the Tesla Model S will get an “Autopilot” mode flashed into their cars. CEO Elon Musk said the new feature, which will take five days to download, will allow the car to stay in its lane on the highway, as well as adjust speed, and change lanes. “It should not hit pedestrians, hopefully,” he said.