10 Things to Know for Wednesday, Sept. 19

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

1. BACK TO SCHOOL WEDNESDAY FOR CHICAGO KIDS
  Teachers and the mayor hail the proposed pact, reached after a dispute focusing on evaluations and job security. CHICAGO SCHOOLS-STRIKE

2. WHERE DEMOCRATS ARE FINDING FODDER FOR ATTACK ADS
When it comes to portraying the GOP nominee as an uncaring, out-of-touch rich guy, Romney is his own worst enemy. CAMPAIGN-ROMNEY’S OWN WORDS

3. SCHOLAR: PAPYRUS QUOTES JESUS REFERRING TO HIS ‘WIFE’
She says the tiny fragment doesn’t prove Jesus was married but speaks to issues of family and marriage that faced Christians. SCHOLAR-JESUS’ WIFE?

4. A SIGN OF DIVERSITY ON THE BATTLEFIELD
The Army is testing the first body armor specifically tailored to fit women’s physiques. FEMALE BODY ARMOR

5. WHO ORCHESTRATED MASS PRISON BREAK IN MEXICO
Officials blame the brutal Zetas drug cartel, which possibly was looking to replenish its ranks. MEXICO-PRISON BREAK

6. WHAT KIDS WILL JUST HAVE TO HAVE FOR THE HOLIDAYS
Toys R Us has come out with its annual “hot toy” list. TOYS R US-HOT TOY LIST

7. IN BRITAIN, THE HUNT IS ON — FOR BADGERS
But Queen guitarist Brian May is leading a band of animal lovers vowing to save the critters. BRITAIN-BADGER BATTLE

8. GANGNAM STYLE: MORE THAN MEETS THE EYE
  A look at the meaning behind the video that has more than 200 million YouTube hits and counting. SKOREA-BEHIND GANGNAM STYLE

9. AMERICA’S BIGGEST DEPARTMENT STORE GETTING A MAKEOVER
The cutting-edge look at Macy’s New York flagship, though, is a long way from being a “Miracle on 34th Street.” MACY’S MAKEOVER

10. MARVIN HAMLISCH GETS A STIRRING MUSICAL SEND-OFF
At a memorial service for the composer, Barbra Streisand brings the crowd to its feet with “The Way We Were.” MARVIN-HAMLISCH-TRIBUTE

 



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