10 Things to Know for Today
By The Associated Press
Nov. 07, 2017
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:
Trump, on his first day on the Korean peninsula, signals a willingness to negotiate with North Korea to end its nuclear weapons program, urging Pyongyang to "come to the table."
The Air Force did not submit Texas church gunman Devin Patrick Kelley's criminal history to the FBI as required by military rules.
The shooter's name was missing from a news conference on the killings at a church in South Texas, and officials say it will stay that way.
Voters in New Jersey and Virginia are choosing new governors in contests that could be an early referendum on Trump.
That means millions of people unlucky enough to face big medical bills not covered by their insurance would lose a valuable and versatile tax break.
Homeless advocates and city officials near Google's California headquarters say it's outrageous that in the shadow of a booming tech economy thousands of families can't afford a home, AP finds.
They are convinced Saudi Arabia forced Saad Hariri to step down to wreck his compromise government with Saudi nemesis — and Iran ally — Hezbollah after Riyadh's proxy loss in Syria.
With Trump in Seoul and Kim Jong Un presumably in Pyongyang, the two, who have squared off with harsh words and the threat of nuclear war, are now nearer to each other than New York City's Trump Tower is to the White House.
As the AP discovered, the Nest Cam IQ has an uncanny knack for recognizing people, even when they're disguised.
Schools are getting creative with gym class — more bike-riding, outdoor hikes and yoga, and less dodgeball and shimmying up a rope, and less emphasis on who's the best at it.