MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Here’s a look at the four things you need to know for Sept. 27, 2015.

Number 1: Black Lives Matter To Protest TC Marathon

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The group Black Lives Matter is planning to protest at the Medtronic Twin Cities Marathon.

Next Sunday morning, protesters say they are going to be a mile away from the finish line in St. Paul.

Black Lives Matter plans to create a physical barrier around mile 25, and they’re saying that runners won’t be able to get around them.

Number 2: Pope’s Final Stop In U.S.

Pope Francis has one more day in America before he flies back to Rome.

The pope is planning to meet with bishops Sunday morning in Philadelphia and then go to a prison and speak with inmates.

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The day will end with a huge outdoor mass. One million people are expected to attend.

Number 3: NASA Planning To Announce ‘Major Finding’

There will be a special news conference at 10:30 a.m. Monday morning.

NASA will only say the announcement has to do with a Mars discovery.

Number 4: Vikings To Take On San Diego

The Vikings look to face the Charges at TCF Bank Stadium at noon.

Both teams are one and one so far this season.

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You can watch the game on WCCO and see a pregame show with Mark Rosen and Mike Max, starting at 10:30 a.m.