National & World News
10 Things to Know for Wednesday
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about Wednesday:
1. MAN CHARGED WITH PLANTING BOMBS IN NEW YORK, NEW JERSEY
Investigators say Ahmad Khan Rahami planted two bombs in Manhattan's Chelsea neighborhood, and two in New Jersey.
2. US HOLDS RUSSIA RESPONSIBLE FOR AIRSTRIKES THAT HIT AID CONVOY IN SYRIA
White House Deputy National Security Adviser Ben Rhodes says that since the Syrian rebels lack an air force, that means either Syria or Russia conducted the strikes.
3. OBAMA MAKES LAST SPEECH AS PRESIDENT TO U.N. GENERAL ASSEMBLY
He calls for a "course correction" to ensure forces of globalization don't lead nations to ignore the most vulnerable.
4. WHAT AUTHORITIES SAY THEY FOUND IN SUV OF UNARMED MAN FATALLY SHOT BY TULSA POLICE
Investigators found PCP in the vehicle of the black man killed by a white officer. Lawyers for his family say that still wouldn't justify shooting him.
5. NIGERIA SUES OVER $12B IN 'ILLEGAL' OIL EXPORTS TO US
The Federal High Court in Lagos begins hearings next week in cases against Nigerian subsidiaries of Chevron, British-Dutch Shell, Italian ENI's Agip, France's Total and Brasoil of Brazilian Petrobras.
6. RACIAL TENSIONS SPIKE IN MINNESOTA
Pickups were spotted driving through Somali neighborhoods, honking and waving Confederate flags a day after a Somali-American man stabbed 10 people at a mall.
7. A SUMMER OF EXTREMES THE CLIMATE SCIENTISTS WARNED ABOUT
This summer featured floods and droughts that killed hundreds and caused dozens of billions in losses around the globe.
8. BRANGELINA NO MORE
Angelina Jolie Pitt files for divorce from Brad Pitt, bringing an end to one of the world's most star-studded, tabloid-generating romances.
9. US SENATORS HEAP CRITICISM ON WELLS FARGO CEO
This after John Stumpf said he was "deeply sorry" that the bank didn't act sooner to stop employees from opening millions of unauthorized accounts to meet sales quotas.
10. WHO LOST ITS BEST DEFENSEMAN
A hit by Finland's Leo Komarov on Aaron Ekblad changed Team North America's course at the World Cup of Hockey. Ekblad was concussed and will not return for the rest of the tournament.