10 Things to Know for Today
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:
Democratic resistance vs. slash-and-burn politics: Voters across America cast ballots of the first nationwide election of Trump’s presidency.
Early voting leading up to the midterm election exposed machines that changed voter selections and registration forms tossed because of clerical errors.
South Korea and seven other countries receive waivers from the U.S. to continue importing Iranian crude and other petroleum products without penalty.
Prosecutors say they will ask for Cesar Sayoc, accused of sending explosive devices to Trump critics, to be held without bail because he is considered dangerous.
Thousands of Central Americans dreaming of getting to the U.S. stream into Mexico City and bed down in a sports stadium.
More than a year after Hurricane Maria caught the island nation off guard, government officials say they’re still lacking a plan to cope with the next such disaster.
The online retail giant refuses comment on reports that it plans to split its new headquarters between two locations, possibly in New York City and northern Virginia.
The popular Fox News Channel host spoke from the stage of Trump’s last rally in Missouri after the cable news channel insisted all day that he wouldn’t.
People magazine chooses British actor Idris Elba, star of the television series “The Wire” and “Luther.”
Marcus Mariota throws two touchdown passes and runs for another score and Tennessee spoils Amari Cooper’s first game with Dallas with a 28-14 win over the Cowboys.