10 things to know for Tuesday, Nov. 26: Senators preparing for Iranian reversal
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:
A bill would ask Obama to certify Tehran's nuclear compliance every month but the White House wants to give diplomacy a chance.
Some say negotiations with Tehran are futile while others are more optimistic.
In a report on the Connecticut school massacre, authorities sketch a chilling portrait of Adam Lanza and his twisted fascination with violence.
The school superintendent and three others are accused of lying or failing to report possible child abuse in connection with the assault, which drew national attention.
Rising temperatures mean the Arctic mass is less dramatic but it may still bring half a foot of snow.
The 61-year-old who saved the fan's life was injured but plans to go back to the next Raiders home game.
The prime minister is expanding national security laws to fight Bangkok protests but demonstrators vow to organize nationally.
World-renowned Antigua has had no effective government for over a year which is causing a spike in crimes.
"Delicious," a 20-pound gobbler, will head to a Salvation Army dinner table while his brothers get pardoned at the White House.
The National Hurricane Center predicted seven to 11 Atlantic hurricanes this season, but there were only two.