10 Things to Know for Today
By The Associated Press
Oct. 25, 2017
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:
That existential thinking, which has nagged the party since Trump's stunning election, flared up anew with Arizona Sen. Jeff Flake's retirement announcement.
The revelation is likely to fuel complaints by Trump that the dossier, which the president has derided as "phony stuff," is a politically motivated collection of salacious claims.
Burgeoning debt, trade tensions with the U.S. and Europe and preventing war over North Korea's nuclear program are just some of the issues facing President Xi Jinping's party.
Spurred by the chemical industry, the Trump administration is retreating from a congressionally mandated review of some of the most dangerous chemicals in public use.
Police say a student and his friend were fatally shot at the Louisiana school after an altercation that began in a dorm room, and the shooter fled the scene.
Kurdish politicians have lost their most important oil-producing city, Kirkuk, squeezing an already ailing economy and dashing hopes of an independent state.
King Bhumibol Adulyadej's son is performing Buddhist merit-making rites in preparation for moving Bhumibol's remains to a spectacular golden crematorium.
Prosecutors plan to present evidence of service members wounded searching for the Army sergeant, convicted for abandoning his post in Afghanistan in 2009.
A judge ruled that a political party breached copyright by using a song similar to the rapper's "Lose Yourself" in its campaign ads.
Changing jerseys to beat the 103-degree heat, the Dodgers' ace struck out 11, gave up just three hits and walked none over seven innings as Los Angeles beat Houston 3-1 in the World Series opener.