10 things to know for Tuesday, Nov. 3
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:
1. FIRST 10 BODIES OF EGYPT PLANE CRASH IDENTIFIED
The Russian jet, flying from Sharm el-Sheikh to St. Petersburg crashed over the Sinai Peninsula, killing all 224 people onboard.
2. COMPANY BEHIND KEYSTONE XL PIPELINE ASKS FOR PAUSE IN APPLICATION REVIEW
The move comes with the U.S. government apparently poised to reject the controversial project before Obama leaves office.
3. WHY PROBLEM OFFICERS WERE ABLE TO JUMP FROM JOB TO JOB
A tattered network of laws and lax screening allowed law enforcers accused of sexual misconduct to stay on the beat, an AP investigation reveals.
4. WHO SAYS SAILING PAST CHINESE ISLES NOT A THREAT
The head of U.S. Pacific military forces gives assurances the decision to send a guided-missile destroyer into the South China Sea was meant to demonstrate the principle of freedom of navigation.
5. EU TESTS NEW SCREENING PROCESS ON REFUGEE-HIT GREEK ISLAND
If it works, authorities plan rapid expansion to other migrant "hotspots" struggling to cope with the influx of hundreds of thousands of people fleeing war and poverty.
6. VATICAN LEAKS SCANDAL GROWS
Citing confidential documents, the book "Merchants in the Temple" by Gianluigi Nuzzi exposes millions of euros in potential lost rental revenue and greedy monsignors.
7. ISRAEL SHUTS DOWN PALESTINIAN RADIO STATION
The Israeli military says Hebron-based Al Hurria incited violence in the volatile West Bank city.
8. TRUMP'S LATEST BOOK HITS THE SHELVES
It reads like a campaign manifesto, boasting past success stories but offering few details on how he would implement his policy goals as president.
9. WHAT DOMINATES TEEN MEDIA TIME
Teenagers spend nearly nine hours a day absorbing media and despite all the new options, music and television remain the favorites.
10. KUECHLY, PANTHERS FIND WAYS TO WIN
Graham Gano kicked a 52-yard field goal in overtime to lift the Carolina Panthers to a 29-26 win over the Indianapolis Colts to remain the NFC's only unbeaten team.
— The Associated Press.