10 Things to Know for Today
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:
The outer rain bands of the Category 2 storm are approaching North Carolina and an increasing wind field raises the risk of the ocean surging on to land.
The “Sex in the City” star is trying to become the latest insurgent left-wing candidate to oust an established incumbent in the Democratic primary for New York governor.
An offensive against Syria’s last rebel stronghold could end a protracted civil war, but with millions of civilians in the crosshairs, at the price of a humanitarian disaster.
U.S. and Cuban officials will meet in an effort to determine the method and motive behind the incidents in Havana that have injured American diplomats.
As U.S. sanctions take hold and its currency plummets, unease and anger are gripping those in Tehran’s Grand Bazaar, which serves of the beating economic and political heart of Iran.
There’s no word on what sparked the shooting deaths of five people that began at a trucking company in Bakersfield and expanded to other locations before the gunman killed himself.
Schools are closing, bulldozers are preparing for landslides and rescuers and troops are on full alert for the most powerful typhoon this year.
The tech giant is trying to turn its smartwatch from a niche gadget into a lifeline to better health by slowly morphing into a medical device.
The 2011 recording shows the disgraced Hollywood mogul boldly propositioning a woman who later accused him of rape during what was supposed to have been a business meeting.
The Saints’ quarterback, third on the NFL’s career passing yards list, believes Browns rookie Baker Mayfield can be an even better player than him.