10 Things to Know for Today
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:
The crude explosives were intercepted en route to several prominent Democrats — including Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton — deepening political tensions and fears before the midterm elections.
With harsh rhetoric by politicians on the rise, some voters are expressing concern the country is spiraling into new territory.
Hospitals are unlawfully detaining patients who cannot pay their medical bills in Kenya and over 30 countries, including Congo, India and China, an AP investigation finds.
Turkey is focusing on a well in the garden of Saudi Arabia’s consulate as part of its investigation into the killing of the journalist, whose body is missing.
Investors are worried about rising interest rates and trade tensions, which could affect corporate profit growth and stock prices.
Sickness, fear and police harassment is leading to attrition as thousands continue their exodus toward the U.S. border, with many complaining of exhaustion.
Freelance journalist Jumpei Yasuda, 44, is back in Tokyo after spending three years in captivity by al-Qaida’s branch in Syria.
Rapid construction is churning up a motherlode of new dinosaur fossils, turning one paleontologist into a star.
South Carolina and seven other states allow anonymity to Mega Millions winners, so the winner of the $1.537 billion prize in Simpsonville can keep their identity hidden forever.
David Price earns his second postseason victory in a row and moves the Boston Red Sox halfway to yet another Series title after a 4-2 win over the Dodgers.