10 Things to Know for Thursday
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about Thursday:
Defying dire, worldwide warnings, the president breaks with decades of U.S. and international policy by recognizing Jerusalem as Israel’s capital.
Minnesota Sen. Al Franken appears on the cusp of resigning as his fellow Democrats abandon him over a series of sexual misconduct allegations.
A wildfire erupts in Los Angeles’ exclusive Bel-Air section as one corner of Southern California after another finds itself threatened by an outbreak of wind-whipped blazes.
Los Angeles is in line to become the nation’s largest city with legal recreational pot after the City Council votes to license sales and cultivation next year.
A cyberattack slows county government to a crawl in North Carolina’s most populous metro area — and an official says the county will not pay the $23,000 demanded by the hacker, believed to be in Ukraine or Iran.
The Russian president says he’ll seek another six-year term next March, a late entry into a race he is poised to win easily.
Drugmaker Pfizer is launching its own cheaper generic version of the impotence pill rather than lose most sales when the drug gets its first generic competition next week.
The “Silence Breakers” — those who have shared their stories about sexual assault and harassment — are named Time magazine’s Person of the Year.
Astronomers discover a super-size black hole harkening back to almost the dawn of creation.
The extension for the NFL commissioner has been a source of controversy because Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones objected to the process.