10 Things to Know for Today
By The Associated Press
Oct. 24, 2017
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:
AP learns they are preparing a recommendation for the secretary of state to declare that "ethnic cleansing" is occurring against Myanmar's Rohingya Muslims.
Trump will dine with GOP senators on Capitol Hill this afternoon as congressional Republicans turn their focus to overhauling the tax code.
Sen. John McCain, a former POW after his plane was shot down in Vietnam, put an unwelcome spotlight on the president's five draft deferments to avoid military service.
By inserting his name and dogma into the party's constitution, it tightens his grip over the country while pursuing a muscular foreign policy and military expansion.
The judge and legal teams for both sides tour the inside of Kuala Lumpur's airport to give the court a better perspective of events as they unfolded.
A string of former embassies and diplomatic buildings whose governments have essentially abandoned them raise the ire of residents and politicians.
A military judge is weighing the public perception of military justice after the president's criticism of the Army sergeant convicted of deserting his comrades in Afghanistan in 2009.
Those costs expected to rise as devastating storms, floods, wildfires and droughts become more frequent, a Government Accountability Office report finds.
The gathering comes amid low oil prices, pressures from a growing population, fledgling reforms and regional unrest.
With so many trips to the pitching mound for discussions, the average time of a nine-inning baseball game is 3 hours, 32 minutes during the postseason — up 18 minutes since 2015.