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Oct 23, 5:48 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. CANADA VOWS NOT TO BE INTIMIDATED BY TERROR

Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper says the Parliament Hill shooting was a terrorist act.

2. GLIMPSES OF NORTH KOREAN LIFE CAUGHT ON RARE TRIP

Two AP reporters embark on an unprecedented tour for 1,300 miles in the isolationist nation that's one of the least-known inhabited places on the planet.

3. US TO TRACK EVERYONE COMING FROM EBOLA NATIONS

It's the latest step by federal officials to keep the disease from spreading into the country.

4. MANY DOUBT HOSPITALS CAN HANDLE EBOLA PATIENTS

An AP-GfK poll shows most Americans have some confidence that the health care system can prevent the spread of the deadly disease--they just don't think local facilities are prepared for new cases.

5. MAN CAUGHT AFTER JUMPING OVER WHITE HOUSE FENCE

The incident comes shortly after another fence jumper sprinted across the White House lawn, past armed uniformed agents and entered the mansion.

6. WHO'S FUNDING MANY STATE BALLOT INITIATIVES

Much of the ad money spent on election measures this season comes from corporations--although not in a direct way.

7. KENNY G'S SMOOTH TUNES CAUGHT IN HONG KONG CONFLICT

The jazz star had to distance himself from the democracy protests in the territory in order not to lose face with China, where he is very popular.

8. WHICH STATES ARE DENYING GAY UNIONS DESPITE COURT RULINGS

Kansas, Montana and South Carolina are refusing to allow same-sex marriage to go ahead without a specific court order directing them to do so.

9. WHAT'S BECOMING ROUTINE FOR RENTERS

Monthly surcharges for pets - anywhere from $10 to $50 - are quickly becoming the norm in apartments in the U.S.

10. CIGARETTE MAKER SNUFFING OUT SMOKING IN ITS WORKPLACES

The ban will take effect once Reynolds American builds indoor smoking areas for those still wanting to light up indoors, a spokesman says.

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