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10 Things to Know for Today

A woman walks past the wreckage of cars which was flattened by Friday's earthquake in Balaroa neighborhood in Palu, Central Sulawesi, Indonesia Indonesia, Tuesday, Oct. 2, 2018. Home to hundreds of families, the neighborhood was once a patchwork of asphalted streets and tidy houses. Now it looks as if it was picked up and thrown back to earth with vicious force. Four days after the earthquake and tsunami hit the Indonesian city of Palu, this devastated neighborhood has received no government help and anger is simmering among its residents. (AP Photo/Dita Alangkara)

Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:

1. WHAT DEMOCRATS ARE QUESTIONING

The truthfulness of Brett Kavanaugh’s sworn testimony to the Senate as the FBI continues an investigation into sexual misconduct allegations against the Supreme Court nominee.

2. PLEASE, MR. PRESIDENT, JUST WAIT

From his Cabinet, to his border wall, to Robert Mueller, Trump’s advisers are hoping he will hold off on any impulsive action until after Election Day.

3. FURY BUILDS AS AID SLOW TO REACH INDONESIA VICTIMS

Hunger-driven desperation explodes into anger in Palu, the town closest to the epicenter of the massive earthquake and tsunami as the death toll crosses 1,200.

4. NORTH KOREA SAYS PEACE DECLARATION NOT A BARGAINING CHIP

Pyongyang suggests the lifting of sanctions could be an incentive in talks that would end the Korean War.

5. AFTER HARVEY, A SCHOLASTIC ACHIEVEMENT

Several Houston schools with large enrollments of at-risk students defied expectations in the aftermath of the hurricane and showed improvement in state scores.

6. HOW EXPERTS ARE RETHINKING ALZHEIMER’S TREATMENT

Two studies are trying to prevent the disease by targeting the earliest brain changes while memory and thinking skills are still intact.

7. ‘I STILL HAVE TO TRY’

Abdullah Morsi, son of Egypt’s jailed former Islamist President Mohamed Morsi, tells AP he wants more access to and better treatment for his ailing father.

8. SOMBER TRIBUTES ON VEGAS SHOOTING ANNIVERSARY

The marquees on the Las Vegas Strip dim their lights as officials read the 58 names of the people killed in the country’s deadliest mass shooting in modern history.

9. WHO IS THE MOST DANGEROUS CELEBRITY ONLINE

A cybersecurity firm says searches for “Orange Is the New Black” actress Ruby Rose are most likely to land users on websites that carry viruses or malware.

10. PREDICTING BASEBALL’S TOP HONORS

Milwaukee’s Christian Yelich seems a cinch for NL MVP, but voters will duke it out between Mookie Betts and Red Sox teammate J.D. Martinez in the AL.

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