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:
One lawmaker predicts that his fellow Republicans in the House will in the end avert a government shutdown by abandoning the effort to defund Obamacare.
When the strong-willed pols faced off about two decades ago over Medicare and other issues, the government halted twice, and one shutdown lasted 21 days.
To make sure the regime scraps its chemical weapons, the teams say they may need to blow up missiles, smash empty shells and demolish machinery.
"I will tell the truth in the face of the sweet talk" about Iran's nuclear activities, Netanyahu says in advance of his meeting with Obama.
His promise that anyone who likes their current health plan can keep it under Obamacare has turned out to be an empty one.
A second U.S. private company proves that it is capable of delivering goods via an unmanned cargo ship to the International Space Station.
Papers believed to belong to the al-Qaida affiliate indicate it understands that indiscriminate attacks alienate other Muslims.
Experts are trying to figure out how the city spent $167,731 per inmate last year – nearly as much as it costs for four years of tuition at an Ivy League university.
AP Television Writer Frazier Moore says the series ended as it began: wicked, twisted and wildly creative.
The Denver QB's 16 touchdown passes are the most in the first month of a season, besting the mark of 14 set by two others.