10 Things to Know for Friday
Posted September 15
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about Friday:
1. CLINTON RETURNS TO CAMPAIGN TRAIL CLAIMING FRESH PERSPECTIVE
The Democratic candidate says her doctor-mandated break gave her new perspective on why she's running and vowed to give Americans "something to vote for, not just against."
2. WHAT ECONOMISTS SAY ABOUT TRUMP'S PROPOSALS
Trump's plans depend on overcoming forces in the economy, such as rising automation, an aging population and low-wage competition overseas, that have led even conservative economists to call 4 percent growth an improbable goal.
3. BLACK BOY WITH BB GUN KILLED BY WHITE POLICE OFFICER IN OHIO
Tyre King's death in Columbus had unavoidable echoes of the Tamir Rice case out of Cleveland.
4. SYRIA MILITARY BEGINS TO WITHDRAW FROM VITAL ALEPPO ROAD
Russia is expected to deploy its forces along Aleppo's Castello Road to ensure safe passage for humanitarian convoys to the city's opposition-held quarters.
5. ARCTIC SEA ICE SHRINKS TO SECOND LOWEST-LEVEL ON RECORD
Scientists said it is another ominous signal of global warming.
6. ATTORNEY SAYS SANDRA BLAND'S MOTHER REACHES $1.9 MILLION LAWSUIT SETTLEMENT
Local officials in Texas insisted the agreement was not yet final, but the mother's attorney said the deal was "absolute" and that the family's lawsuit would be dismissed in several days.
7. DETECTIVES SAY SUSPECT IN FLORIDA MOSQUE FIRE CONFESSES
Joseph Michael Schreiber told detectives that he had set the fire and was embarrassed by the crime, according to an arrest affidavit.
8. WHAT TRUCKERS ARE SAYING ABOUT A GOVERNMENT SPEED LIMIT PLAN
They are warning that a government plan to electronically limit the speed of tractor-trailers will lead to highway traffic jams.
9. WHO IS SHRUGGING OFF MEDICAL DATA LEAKS BY HACKERS
A two-time Wimbledon singles champion, two Tour de France winners and an Olympic gold medalist had the same reaction to the alleged Russian-led cyberattack: so what?
10. HOW BIG RULE CHANGES COULD BRING UPSETS AT THE EMMYS
The academy revised how votes are cast and counted, switching from a ranking and points system to letting voters simply check off their top choice. That could affect past winners who managed to collect enough second-place votes to overcome the competition.