10 Things to Know for Thursday, Nov. 21: How an AP reporter helped bury Oswald
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:
Karzai presents Loya Jirga council with plan drafted with Washington this week.
The 85-year-old veteran of the Korean War was prevented from leaving Pyongyang a month ago.
Republican Rep. Henry "Trey" Radel is taking a leave of absence after receiving a sentence of a year's probation.
Tehran is eyeing a reduction in banking and oil trade sanctions in exchange for some curbs on its uranium enrichment program.
A draft study, obtained by the AP, cites "burnout" among Air Force launch officers with their fingers on the triggers of 450 weapons of mass destruction.
Reluctantly, the reporter, who was one of the few attending the assassin's funeral, helped in burying his casket.
Citing a shortage of beds, state senator's son was released from a mental illness facility, a day before he stabbed his father and killed himself.
The pontiff hosted his Jewish friend in the Vatican and they email "every week."
A panel of AP reporters and soccer experts predicts who will win the cup — and who will be the surprise flop.
The company owns the copyright to the holiday classic and plans to stop a follow-up movie currently in the making.