10 things to know for Wednesday
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:
1. WHAT INDUSTRY COULD BENEFIT FROM IMMIGRATION PLAN
Some analysts believe the prison population could climb under the Trump administration, and private prison companies stand to benefit the most.
2. TRUMP HAS NO SAY WHETHER CLINTON IS PROBED
The Justice Department is solely responsible for conducting investigations without the influence or opinion of the White House.
3. A YEAR AFTER MCDONALD VIDEO, CHICAGO'S REFORMS UNEVEN
High crime rates persist, and a federal investigation of the city's police practices now may be concluded by the "law and order" appointees of Trump.
4. AMERICANS TAKE BREAK FROM POLITICS, TURN TO TRADITION
They'll start by jamming the nation's roads, airports and railways in what has been predicted to be one of the busiest travel holidays in nearly a decade.
5. TENNESSEE ACCIDENT REVIVES DEBATE
A crash that killed five children in Chattanooga is reviving discussion over whether school buses should also be equipped with seat belts.
6. WHO IS BEING BLAMED FOR MALAYSIAN AIR BAG DEATHS
Five Malaysians have died in accidents linked to faulty Takata air bags and some are blaming weaknesses in the country's recall system.
7. WHERE OTTO IS HEADING
The Category 1 hurricane is tracking toward a possible landfall in Costa Rica, which hasn't seen such a storm since reliable record-keeping began in 1851.
8. COURT BLOCKS FEDERAL PLAN TO EXTEND OT PAY TO MANY
The rule would have made an estimated 4 million more American workers eligible for overtime pay heading into the holiday season.
9. FOR YEEZY, A TRYING YEAR
A relentless schedule and a churning life in the social media glare apparently takes its toll on hip-hop superstar Kanye West, hospitalized for exhaustion and stress.
10. NHL EXPANSION TEAM UNVEILED
The Vegas Golden Knights' logo is a fighting helmet with a "V'' in the middle. Their colors are steel grey, gold, red and black.