10 things to know for Friday, Oct. 19

Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and stories that will be talked about today.

1. CONSULATE ATTACK TIMELINE COMES INTO FOCUS
  AP’s Kimberly Dozier says the CIA station chief in Libya reported to Washington within 24 hours of the deadly attack that there was evidence it was carried out by militants. US-LIBYA

2. A BULLET TRAIN IT IS NOT
But test runs will start zooming along a small section of the Amtrak line between Chicago and St. Louis at 110 mph — a 30 mph increase. MIDWEST-HIGH SPEED RAIL

3. AIRLINE SAFETY RECORD A MIXED BAG
While it’s been more than 3½ years since the last deadly airline crash in the U.S., one consequence of such a remarkable record is the difficulty in imposing new safety rules on the industry. VANISHING AIRLINE CRASHES

4. CANDIDATES GET BACK TO BUSINESS
After sharpening their comedic chops at the Alfred E. Smith dinner, Romney campaigns in Daytona Beach, Fla., and Obama does the same in Fairfax, Va. PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGN

5. BOY SCOUT ‘PERVERSION FILES’ REVEAL COVER UPS
According to confidential documents covering a 26-year period, the authorities justified their actions as necessary to protect the good name and good works of Scouting. SCOUT FILES-ABUSE

6. ALLEGED FED BOMBER GAVE MIXED SIGNALS
Quazi Nafis once told a classmate at a Missouri college that true Muslims don’t believe in violence. FEDERAL RESERVE PLOT

7. WHY SANDUSKY IS SEEKING A NEW TRIAL
The ex-Penn State assistant football coach claims his lawyers lacked sufficient time to prepare and the statute of limitations for some abuse charges had expired. PENN STATE-ABUSE

8. NO ONE IS SAFE FROM LA COMAY
This 5-foot-tall character with a foam head painted with outrageous red lips, a shrill voice and a penchant for salacious details rules Puerto Rico’s gossip circuit. PUERTO RICO-NEWSCASTER PUPPET

9. WHAT NEWSWEEK’S DIGITAL MOVE MEANS
The magazine’s decision to stop publishing a print edition after 80 years may be more a commentary on its own problems than a definitive statement on the health of the industry. NEWSWEEK-PRINT DEMISE

10. BROOMS ARE OUT IN MOTOWN
Cincinnati was the last team to sweep the New York Yankees in the playoffs in 1976 and Detroit returns to the World Series for the first time since 2006. ALCS-YANKEES-TIGERS

 



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