10 Things to Know for Thursday

Staff Writer

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

1. TRUMP: NO TRUTH TO GROPING, KISSING CLAIMS: The billionaire's rebuttal comes after The New York Times publishes interviews with two women who say they were touched inappropriately by him.

2. WHAT COULD BE HAITI'S NEXT CALAMITY: Cholera appears to be on the rise on the southern part of the island in the wake of deadly Hurricane Matthew.

3. WELLS FARGO'S EMBATTLED CEO RESIGNS: John Stumpf faced congressional hearings and consumer wrath after the bank was found to have opened millions of accounts without customers' permission.

4. YEMEN-BASED REBELS SUSPECTED IN ATTACKS: For the second time this week, two missiles are fired at a U.S. Navy ship in the Red Sea but sail harmlessly by.

5. WHY MAMMOGRAMS ARE UNDER FRESH SCRUTINY: A study concludes that a woman is more likely to be diagnosed with a small tumor that is not destined to grow than she is to have a true problem spotted early.

6. SYRIAN ACCUSED IN VIOLENT PLOT TAKES OWN LIFE: The 22-year-old man arrested in a suspected Islamic extremist bomb plot kills himself in a prison cell in Germany, authorities say.

7. DISUNITY IMPEDES FIGHT AGAINST ASSAD: Infighting among insurgent groups in Syria is severely hampering an offensive against the city of Hama that activists had hoped would cut key government supply lines.

8. OFFICIAL: TERRORISM RULED OUT IN PLANE CRASH: Instead, the death of a student pilot in the crash of a small plane in Connecticut appears to have been a suicide.

9. WHO'S FINDING IT HARD TO MOVE ON: Nearly six months after Prince was found dead in an elevator at his beloved Paisley Park, devoted fans are still in mourning.

10. IN NLDS, WASHINGTON PLACING HOPES IN ACE: The Nationals will hand the ball to Cy Young Award candidate Max Scherzer in the decisive Game 5 against the Los Angeles Dodgers.