Posted Thursday, November 1, 2012 --- 7:50 a.m.
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today.
1. NEW YORK CITY'S SUBWAYS GET BACK ON TRACK
At 6 a.m., limited subway service will resume this morning, but not in lower Manhattan where the power remains out, officials say.
2. WHAT THE FUTURE MAY HOLD FOR THE JERSEY SHORE
The megastorm's devastation leaves a blank canvas to redevelop prized vacation towns, but some caution that extreme weather patterns should affect decisions on how — and if — to rebuild.
3. ECONOMIC DATA LIKELY TO BE TALKED ABOUT ON THE STUMP
At 8:30 a.m., the government reports on the number of people who applied for first-time unemployment benefits last week.
4. AFTER SANDY, CANDIDATES RETURN TO THE TRAIL
The contours of the presidential race remain much the same, with Obama and Romney locked in a tight contest and both campaigns predicting victory.
5. WHERE RYAN MAY GO FROM HERE
Professor Ryan? Lobbyist Ryan? Maybe back to plain-old Congressman Ryan — or future President Ryan? If Paul Ryan loses his bid to become vice president, he is still a man with options.
6. THE US ROLE IN SHAPING THE SYRIAN OPPOSITION
Secretary of State Hillary Clinton says the White House is suggesting people and groups to play key roles in the rebel leadership.
7. WHO AMERICANS THINK CAN END POLITICAL GRIDLOCK
An Associated Press-GfK poll finds that more voters trust Romney to break the stalemate in Washington.
8. "INFO LADIES" DELIVER THE WEB TO BANGLADESHIS
They come by bicycle to deliver laptops and Internet connections to remote villages, a vital service where only 5 million of 152 million people are online.
9. WHEN A MILITARY TRADITION TURNS INTO A BRAWL
An Air Force Academy ritual of freshmen throwing upperclassmen into the snow results in a fight with 27 cadets injured.
10. GIANTS FANS GET A HALLOWEEN TREAT
Tens of thousands of fans don the team's holiday-appropriate orange and black colors to congratulate the World Series champs in a parade.
Copyright 2012 The Associated Press.