10 Things to Know for Today
By The Associated Press
Aug. 07, 2018
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:
The record-breaking fires may become the new normal as climate change coupled with the expansion of homes into undeveloped areas creates more intense and devastating blazes.
A man who narrowly escaped from the Jabal Nur mosque that collapsed during a magnitude 7.0 quake in Lombok says dozens were trapped in the rubble.
They target financial transactions that involve U.S. dollars, Iran's automotive sector, the purchase of commercial planes and metals including gold.
Rick Gates also testified he and his old boss had committed crimes together by stashing money in foreign bank accounts and falsifying bank loan documents.
Trump's preferred congressional candidate — and his signature tax cuts — are about to be tested in battleground Ohio in the season's final high-stakes special election.
The father of a missing Georgia boy may shed light on a bizarre tale of guns, exorcism and child abuse at a compound near the Colorado border.
The persecuted religious group has seen their churches raided and their Bibles confiscated as the atheist ruling Communist Party pushes a "Chinese characteristics" campaign, AP learns.
U.S. correctional facilities are slowly coming around to the idea of giving inmates medication to treat their opioid addiction.
9. HOW ZIKA-BORN BABIES ARE FARING
One in 7 infants born to the virus-infected women developed microcephaly, seizures or some kind of health problem, a study finds.
Cars and trucks with the electronic system may not see stopped vehicles and could even steer you into a crash if you're not paying attention, it says.