10 Things to Know for Today
By The Associated Press
Nov. 09, 2017
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:
The U.S. president criticizes the "very one-sided and unfair" trade relationship between Washington and Beijing, but says he doesn't blame China for having taken advantage of the U.S.
Talks aimed at salvaging a Pacific Rim trade pact rejected by Trump resumes on the sidelines of the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation forum.
In elections around the country, Democrats flipped about two dozen state legislative seats, a key in the redistricting process.
Republicans contend that the party's electoral fortunes next year hinge on whether they succeed in their dream to redraft the nation's complex, inefficient tax code.
Kevin Spacey is being cut from Ridley Scott's finished film "All the Money in the World" and replaced by Christopher Plummer just over one month before it's supposed to hit theaters.
Nearly six weeks after the Las Vegas massacre, a Facebook page to help victims find the people who aided them has led to at least 25 connections.
A two-tiered system allows the elite and hackers to surf with relative freedom, but the masses are kept inside a national intranet, sealed off from the outside world and carefully surveilled, AP learns.
The fall of Boukamal, a strategic town on the border with Iraq, means remaining extremists are currently holed up in small towns and villages along the border with Iraq and in the Syrian desert.
Students who attended for-profit colleges filed more than 98 percent of the requests for student loan forgiveness alleging fraud by their schools, government data show.
Country music's big night offered powerful moments focused on unifying America during a year dominated by gun violence, divisive politics and natural disasters.