10 Things to Know for Today
By The Associated Press
Oct. 26, 2017
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about Friday:
The president acts to block the release of hundreds of records on the John F. Kennedy assassination, bending to CIA and FBI appeals to keep those secrets for national security reasons.
The spending plan, which shelves longstanding concerns over federal deficits, gives a significant boost to Trump's promise to cut taxes.
The scourge kills nearly 100 Americans a day and, the president says, spares no segment of American society.
Shares of the online retailer soar after the company posts earnings that far surpass Wall Street expectations.
Experts say the Syrian government was responsible for an attack in April using the nerve gas sarin that killed over 90 people.
Tea party groups are in line for government payouts to settle lawsuits over the extra, often burdensome IRS scrutiny they received.
The move follows charges by five women that Mark Halperin sexually harassed them while he was an ABC News executive.
Unusually warm weather and strong winds are keeping the butterflies far north of where they'd normally be this time of year.
The pontiff chats with Russian cosmonauts during a call with the International Space Station.
The manager is departing after 10 seasons that included just one World Series title for a team that expects to win every year.