10 Things to Know for Thursday
By The Associated Press
Nov. 09, 2017
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about Thursday:
The party faithful say their victories in Virginia and New Jersey — their first of the young Trump era — mark the beginning of an anti-Trump wave that could re-shape the balance of power in Congress in 2018.
Trump's two-day visit to China opens with diplomatic niceties, but thorny issues including trade and North Korea await behind closed doors.
At least one eyewitness says the gunman specifically targeted babies who cried out during the attack, shooting them at point-blank range.
Emboldened by election wins, Democrats are starting to see a political edge in health care, particularly widening Medicaid access for more low-income people.
President el-Sissi calls on Tehran to stop "meddling" in the Middle East and says that the security of Arab Gulf countries must not be threatened.
The Trump administration is imposing travel and commerce restrictions on Cuba that will make it harder for Americans to visit.
The nation's all-powerful constitutional assembly passes a wide-reaching law that clamps down on social media and broadcasters by ordering prison sentences of up to 20 years for anyone who instigates hate.
Doctors treating a critically ill boy with a devastating skin disease say that an experimental gene therapy proved remarkably successful.
Brad Paisley and Carrie Underwood are celebrating their 10-year anniversary as hosts of the Country Music Awards.
During the first half of this season, Aaron Rodgers, Carson Palmer, sensational rookie Deshaun Watson and Sam Bradford all have gone down.