10 Things to Know for Today
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:
Ankara’s foreign minister says the country will share the results of the investigation with the world as police probe whether Jamal Khashoggi’s remains may have been taken to forest near Istanbul.
The president praised a Republican congressman for body-slamming a reporter last year, calling him a “tough cookie,” saying he thinks it might have helped him win Montana election.
Members of a 3,000-strong migrant caravan have massed in this Guatemalan border town across the muddy Suchiate River from Mexico.
California leads the nation with nearly 1 in 5 residents living below the poverty line, but it’s far worse in some small towns.
Election officials and federal cybersecurity agents alike tout improved collaboration aimed at confronting and deterring election tampering.
For residents of the storm-ravaged Florida Panhandle, everyday life is rife with fears, frustrations and the troubles of just trying to get by in a ruined landscape.
Afghans will return to the polls for parliamentary elections, hoping to bring change to a corrupt government that has lost nearly half the country to the Taliban.
An environmental group denounced a House oversight committee for suggesting the organization’s efforts to block construction of a U.S. military base on the southern Japanese island of Okinawa may require it to register as foreign agent.
A federal prosecutor in Pennsylvania is taking aim at the Roman Catholic church by opening a grand jury investigation centered on child exploitation.
David Price put his postseason woes behind him, pitching the Boston Red Sox back into another World Series with a 4-1 victory over the defending champion Houston Astros.