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 capital will recall the 41st president’s lifetime of public service, which began in the Navy during World War II and continued with one term as commander in chief.
Asian stock markets cheer Trump’s agreement to postpone U.S. tariff hikes on Chinese goods for 90 days while the two sides negotiate.
U.N. Secretary-General Antonio Guterres opens the climate summit in Poland by appealing to world leaders to take seriously the threat of global warming.
Thousands of nurses, mental health techs and security guards have been assaulted by patients at the state’s largest psychiatric facility, AP finds.
The lingering instability in the port town of Mukalla raises questions about whether a truce would bring peace to the Arab world’s poorest country, AP reports.
Jeff Bezos predicted five years ago that drones would be carrying packages to people’s doorsteps by now, but regulatory hurdles and safety issues have proved challenging.
Now 77, Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders is laying the groundwork to launch a “bigger” presidential campaign than his first, and advisers view him as a front-runner in 2020.
Makeshift classrooms are ready for thousands of children who lost their homes to a deadly wildfire in Northern California.
Pediatricians say the best toys for young children are simple, old-fashioned toys rather than costly electronic games or the latest high-tech gadgets.
Green Bay fires its Super Bowl-winning head coach after a stunning 20-17 loss to the Arizona Cardinals, dropping the Packers to 4-7-1.