10 Things to Know for Thursday


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

1. 'WE ARE NOW ALL ROOTING FOR HIS SUCCESS': After Trump's astonishing election triumph, Obama invites the president-elect to the White House and pledges a smooth transition of power.

2. ERA OF UNIFIED GOP CONTROL BEGINS IN WASHINGTON: GOP leaders in Congress vow to run with Trump's agenda, starting with repealing "Obamacare."

3. WHAT'S AMONG KEY TAKEAWAYS FROM VOTE: Trump's overwhelming backing among whites with less than a college education partly reflects how little the economic recovery since the Great Recession has benefited them.

4. AROUND WORLD, CHEERS MIX WITH FEAR: Trump's remarkable win is welcomed in some countries, such as Russia โ€” while in others it's a major shock.

5. WHY ELECTION WAS ONE-TWO PUNCH FOR MANY WOMEN: A huge milestone โ€” the election of a woman as president โ€” failed to come to pass. And the winner was a man who has denigrated and been accused of even more serious mistreatment of women.

6. IRAN ACCUSED OF VIOLATING NUCLEAR DEAL: The U.N. says Tehran is storing more heavy water than allowed under the agreement meant to curb its ability to make atomic arms.

7. DETAILS EMERGE IN SUSPECTED SERIAL SLAYINGS: Two bodies found on the rural property of a South Carolina man linked to five other deaths were a couple who had a history of panhandling and had been buried there for nearly a year, authorities say.

8. HIGH-FREQUENCY TRADER PLEADS GUILTY IN 'FLASH CRASH': The British futures trader admits helping trigger the crash in 2010 that wiped tens of billions of dollars off the value of U.S. stocks.

9. WHAT'S LATEST WARNING ABOUT VITAMIN B: Doctors say many people think they need more pills than they really do.

10. BRAD PITT CLEARED IN CHILD SERVICES PROBE: An investigation into whether the actor was abusive toward his son on a private flight in September has been closed with no finding of wrongdoing.