Among 10 Things to Know: As senators defect, GOP concedes health bill's fate bleak; Experts: North Korea lacks ability, intent to attack US planes; In Ivanka Trump's China, business ties shrouded in secrecy, AP investigation finds
British Prime Minister Theresa May is preparing to meet with the president of the European Council as she tries to break the deadlock in negotiations on leaving the European Union
Cleveland police say a truck veered off a road and plowed into a woman and the stroller she was pushing, killing her 1-year-old son and leaving the mother hospitalized in critical condition
An Allegiant Air flight that had just landed in Fresno, California, Monday came to a sudden stop and hazy smoke started to fill the front of the plane. All 150 passengers were safely evacuated.
The biggest tech news of the day includes a day-one exploit inside Apple's latest OS and Apple choosing Google over Bing for default search results. Plus Instagram posts another round of impressive metrics.
From The New York Times: Jojutla, in Morelos State, is near the epicenter of the earthquake that hit Mexico on Sept. 19. Residents are planning to rebuild their lives in the city, which was one of the hardest hit parts of the country.By: By BARBARA MARCOLINI, AINARA TIEFENTHÄLER and LUC FORSYTH. Watch the original video on Times Video: https://nyti.ms/2ypTHvo
A Palestinian attacker opened fire early on Tuesday at the entrance to a settlement outside Jerusalem, killing three Israeli men and critically wounding a fourth.
Gov. Ricardo Rossello of Puerto Rico joins Morning Joe to discuss the devastation caused by recent hurricanes, why Puerto Rico is on the verge of a humanitarian crisis and Trump's response.
The state Department of Transportation and The Nature Conservancy are testing a new "critter shelf" installed in a highway culvert to help wildlife cross safely
Money is expected to pour into the economy as Mexico City and the federal government tap their disaster funds in the wake of the magnitude 7.1 earthquake that caused widespread damage in the capital and killed at least 326 people
Twitter is citing "newsworthiness" and the public interest as reasons why it didn't remove President Donald Trump's declaration in a tweet that North Korean leaders may not "be around much longer."