10 Things to Know for Today
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:
Trump arrived to shouting, chanting protesters with signs such as “It’s your fault” and “Words matter,” a reference to allegations his bellicose language has emboldened bigots.
The perpetrators often provide a treasure trove of insight into their violent tendencies on social media, but oftentimes it’s too late for law enforcement to act.
In most parts of the U.S., people still can’t reach 911 by texting — an especially important service during mass shootings when a phone call could place someone in danger.
An Indonesian transportation official says pings detected at sea in the search for the crashed Boeing jetliner are from its flight recorder because of their regular pattern.
The president warns of tent cities for asylum seekers, sending U.S. troops to the Mexican border and the end to the Constitution’s guarantee of birthright citizenship.
Asia Bibi, sentenced to death in 2010, is ordered freed in a landmark ruling that sparks protests by hardline Islamists and raises fears of violence.
Ketamine is finding new life as an unapproved — and expensive — treatment for depression and suicidal behavior.
The White House is concerned that money intended to help people exposed to the hazardous substance are being depleted by fraudulent claims.
The monster returns as a fire-breathing animated character, but filmmakers say the plot is more focused on “human drama.”
In selections sure to change, Alabama, Clemson, LSU and Notre Dame would be the four-team semifinal field in early December.