10 Things to Know for Today
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:
Protesters demanding an independent inquiry into alleged police abuse take over terminals, forcing one of the world’s busiest transport hubs to shut down.
Numerous women tell the AP that the opera superstar tried to pressure them into sexual relationships by dangling jobs and in some cases punishing them when they refused his advances.
One of the new details provided by people familiar with the New York City jail was that one of his guards the night he died in his cell wasn’t a regular correctional officer.
The president is showcasing growing efforts to capitalize on western Pennsylvania’s natural gas deposits by turning gas into plastics.
The Syrian city, still half destroyed with a scattered population, remains a potent reminder of how President Assad has been unable to secure victory in the ruinous conflict or bring total security to Syria’s people — and appears unlikely to soon.
Police in this Oregon city are mobilizing to prevent clashes between out-of-state far-right groups planning a rally here this weekend and the homegrown anti-fascists who oppose them.
Beijing fires what economists call a “warning shot” at Washington by letting the yuan weaken in response to Trump’s latest threat of more punitive import duties on Sept. 1.
The shortfall in federal subsidy payments provided to low-income parents leave working families with few affordable options.
The former “NewsRadio” actor says he was assaulted outside a New Orleans nightclub after performing in the French Quarter.
USC’s Clay Helton and Florida State’s Willie Taggart are among college football coaches who need results entering 2019.