May 6, 6:01 AM EDT

10 Things to Know for Today

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

1. ONE SURE THEME AT PARTY CONGRESS IN NORTH KOREA

Get ready for wall-to-wall praise of Kim Jong Un and his efforts to strengthen the North's nuclear-weapons program.

2. MILLIONS OF DOLLARS STORED AWAY TO TARGET TRUMP

Priorities USA, the lead super PAC backing Hillary Clinton, has already reserved $91 million in television advertising that will start next month and continue through Election Day, the AP learns.

3. HOW AUTHORITIES HOPE TO MOVE PEOPLE DISPLACED BY WILDFIRE

Canadian officials will start shuttling thousands of people from work camps north of devastated Fort McMurray in a mass convoy if the highway is safe from the huge wildfire raging in Alberta.

4. MAN CONVICTED IN 'GRIM SLEEPER' SERIAL KILLINGS

Lonnie Franklin Jr., 63, shows no emotion as the verdicts are read in the Los Angeles court, while victims' family members quietly weep.

5. WHO COULD MAKE POLITICAL HISTORY IN LONDON

Sadiq Khan, a 45-year-old Labour lawmaker, is the favorite to be elected the city's mayor. He'd be the first Muslim to hold the job.

6. HUNDREDS OF MOURNERS GATHERING IN NEW MEXICO

They'll remember an 11-year-old girl who was killed after being abducted along her school bus route on the Navajo Nation.

7. NO LACK OF JOBS, DESPITE SLUGGISH ECONOMY

Most economists believe hiring in the U.S. will continue at a healthy clip, even as the economy has slowed to an anemic pace.

8. FRESH QUESTION RAISED ABOUT JOE PATERNO

Insurers in litigation with Penn State reportedly allege that a boy told the head football coach in 1976 that he had been molested by Jerry Sandusky.

9. LITTLE-KNOWN CZECH COMPANY RIDES VINYL WAVE

As vinyl records make a global comeback in popularity, GZ Media is establishing itself as one of the world's biggest record manufacturers.

10. WHY TV CHARACTER KEPT CALLING HIMSELF A 'REALTOR'

On ABC's "Modern Family," Phil Dunphy explains the difference between a Realtor and real estate agent - in a segment paid for by the Realtors association.

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