Ten Things You Need to Know Today
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:
U.S. officials say they're looking into a claim by Kenya's foreign minister that "two or three Americans" were among the terrorists who killed more than 60 people.
Obama in his U.N. speech is expected to signal a willingness to engage with the new Iranian government in exchange for nuclear concessions.
Video images of Syrian military helicopters dropping barrel bombs on opposition-held areas underline the difficulties international inspectors will face on the ground.
Police say both men played significant roles in the apparently gang-related attack that injured 13 people. But neither is believed to have pulled the trigger.
He lied about a previous arrest and failed to disclose thousands of dollars in debts when he applied for a military security clearance.
The iPhone 5S and 5C's quick start surpasses analyst forecasts that Apple would sell 6 million to 8 million models the first weekend.
Pregnant women need to beware of industrial chemicals and pollutants that people encounter in the air, water, food and everyday products, experts say.
A carpenter in New Hampshire stumbles upon the only known copy of a 1911 movie starring Mary Pickford – the actress known as America's Sweetheart.
Burger King is launching a new crinkle-cut french fry that it says has about 20 percent fewer calories than its regular french fries.
With a victory over the Cubs, the Pirates clinch their first trip to baseball's postseason in 21 years.