10 Things to Know for Today
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:
Investigators have been searching coast-to-coast for the culprit and motives behind the series of explosive devices sent to critics of the president, with fresh focus on a postal facility in Florida.
With the country on edge over a widening pipe-bomb scare, talk of national unity quickly gave way to finger-pointing. President Trump blamed the media for fomenting anger in society, while candidates traded partisan broadsides.
It’s no secret that hospitals in Congo detain patients who cannot pay their bills. The only ones who claim they don’t know what’s happening there it seems, are the major health donors and agencies who invest billions of dollars in the country, the AP finds.
More than two weeks after the powerful eyewall of Hurricane Michael, rural parts of Florida’s Panhandle still lack basic services.
Saudi Arabia’s chief prosecutor will arrive in Turkey on Sunday as part of the investigation into the killing of Jamal Khashoggi, while his has been allowed him to come to the U.S.
In the Mexican town of Pijijiapan, residents turned out in force to aid the travelers as they streamed in on foot, offering shelter, food and medical treatment.
A knife-wielding, 39-year-old woman who injured 14 children at a kindergarten in the western Chinese city of Chongqing on Friday was taken into custody but her motives were not yet known.
The ashes of Matthew Shepard, whose brutal murder in the 1990s became a rallying cry for the gay rights movement, will be laid to rest in Washington National Cathedral.
Sinead O’Connor says she has changed her name to Shuhada’ Davitt and is now a Muslim.
Walker Buehler will try to yank Los Angeles out of a 2-0 deficit against the Boston Red Sox when the World Series shifts to Dodger Stadium for Game 3 on Friday.