10 Things to Know for Today
By The Associated Press
Nov. 03, 2017
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:
Current and former female members of Congress tell the AP they have been sexually harassed or subjected to hostile sexual comments by their male colleagues while serving in the House.
President Trump's first official visit to Asia gets underway Sunday in Japan. North Korea's missile and nuclear weapons program is likely to dominate the first part of his trip, which also includes Seoul and Beijing.
The eight people killed in a truck driver's rampage were honored by friends and strangers with a nighttime walk down the riverfront esplanade as both investigators and terror-weary New Yorkers tried to make sense of the crime.
Syrian state media say the army has liberated the eastern city of Deir el-Zour from the Islamic State group, the latest loss for the retreating and decimated militants.
President Trump's tweets are affecting court decisions as judges take account of his tweets and other seemingly unscripted remarks to assess the motivations beyond policies.
Uganda, an African leader in taking on global health issues like AIDS, is turning to "champion men" to promote vasectomies in family planning.
Despite glowing reviews, President Trump is not offering Janet Yellen a second term, making her the first Fed chair in nearly 40 years not to be asked back.
A Spanish judge may issue an international arrest warrant for Catalonia's ousted leader Carles Puigdemont after she already jailed nine former members of the region's separatist government.
The famed annual multi-stage bicycle race Giro d'Italia, or Tour of Italy, will make its start next May in Jerusalem as organizers navigate a political obstacle course to map the race route.
Meb Keflezighi, the face of American long-distance running, wraps up his marathon career where it began in 2002 on the streets of New York on Sunday.