10 Things to Know for Today
The Associated Press
Nov. 06, 2015
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:
1. STRANDED BRITONS ANXIOUS TO LEAVE SHARM-EL-SHEIKH
EasyJet says the Egyptian government has disrupted its plans to fly British tourists out of Sinai, the latest issue to arise in the aftermath of the crash of a Russian jetliner.
2. WHO GOT DEMOTED AT NEXT GOP DEBATE
Two candidates who have been part of each of the prime-time Republican debates so far, Chris Christie and Mike Huckabee, are regulated to the undercard event because of low poll numbers.
3. CHARTER BUS CRASH KILLS SIX IN ARKANSAS
Police also report multiple injuries as the bus believed to be carrying people on a business trip ran off Interstate 40 and hit a bridge abutment on a foggy night in North Little Rock.
4. DELAYED JUSTICE UNCOVERS NEW ORLEANS POLICE FLAWS
AP's Cain Burdeau finds that a woman's persistence over 16 years for police to investigate her alleged rape led authorities to a serial rapist on the brink of walking free from prison.
5. SUU KYI FACES MOMENT OF DESTINY
A historic election in Myanmar gives the opposition leader a chance to seize the victory the junta stole from her 25 years ago.
6. WELCOME TO PAUL RYAN'S HOUSE
A week into his tenure, the new speaker looks determined to make good on promises of opening up the chamber to participation from all lawmakers.
7. WHAT TO LOOK FOR IN JOBS REPORT
The data may address a key question: Has the U.S. job market downshifted into a slower pace of hiring?
8. WHY TOYOTA IS DEVELOPING A.I., ROBOTICS
The automaker is determined to lead in futuristic cars that drive themselves and apply the technology to other areas of daily life.
9. JUST CALL HIM 'FIRST MAN, FIRST MATE'
On "Jimmy Kimmel Live," Hillary Rodham Clinton ponders a title for Bill Clinton if she wins presidency.
10. BENGALS REACH MIDPOINT PERFECT
Andy Dalton throws three touchdown passes to Tyler Eifert and Cincinnati improves to 8-0 with a 31-10 victory over the Cleveland Browns.