10 Things to Know for Today
By The Associated Press
Oct. 31, 2017
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:
The special counsel warns individuals in Trump's orbit: If they lie about contacts between the president's campaign and Russians, they'll face criminal prosecution.
The Coast Guard says that two Hawaiian women who say they were lost in the Pacific for months never activated their emergency beacon, adding to inconsistencies to their story of survival.
Spain's foreign minister says Madrid would be surprised if Carles Puigdemont seeks political asylum in Belgium.
Since launching a new effort in February, the FBI and local medical examiner offices have identified 199 bodies found between 1975 and the late 1990s.
Yet large-scale solutions such as a cross-border desalination project with Israel are entangled in politics.
The Army sergeant convicted of desertion in Afghanistan is expected to testify about his brutal five years of captivity by Taliban allies.
Voters in Maine will decide whether to join 31 other states and expand Medicaid under the Affordable Health Care Act, the first time the expansion question has been put to voters.
An AP reporter boards a driverless Chrysler Pacifica minivan and finds that it cruised smoothly at 35 mph on faux neighborhoods and expressways at a test base in California.
Netflix is exploring a spinoff of the Emmy-winning political satire amid controversy surrounding star Kevin Spacey.
Los Angeles, baseball's best team during the regular season, is one loss from being eliminated in their first World Series appearance since 1988.