Nov 18, 9:04 PM EST

10 Things to Know for Wednesday

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

1. US URGES RECALL OF MILLIONS OF ADDITIONAL CARS WITH POSSIBLY FAULTY AIR BAGS

The recall of air bags made by the Takata Corp. had been regional. Now safety regulators want to extend it nationwide.

2. OBAMA THWARTED IN ATTEMPT TO REIN IN DOMESTIC SURVEILLANCE

The Senate blocks a bill to end the bulk collection of American phone records by the NSA.

3. SENATE REJECTS KEYSTONE PIPELINE

The oil project falls one vote short in the Democrat-controlled Senate. Next year, when Republicans take control, the result could be different.

4. WHY PYONGYANG IS FURIOUS WITH THE UN

North Korea fears that Kim Jong Un could become a target for prosecutors if the Security Council refers alleged human rights abuses to an international court.

5. SYNAGOGUE ATTACK AN APPARENT TURNING POINT IN ISRAEL

The gruesome scene in a house of worship shocks even a nation long accustomed to violence.

6. WHAT COULD BRING MAJOR CHANGE TO FERGUSON, MISSOURI

As a grand jury nears a decision on an indictment in Michael Brown's shooting death, a federal probe of the city's police could have a deeper impact.

7. WRITINGS BY GREAT WOMEN UP FOR SALE

An unprecedented collection of letters by famous women - from Grace Kelly to Catherine of Aragon - is being auctioned in Paris.

8. WHERE WINTER HAS ALREADY ARRIVED

Snow in and around Buffalo, N.Y., is expected to continue through Wednesday and could eventually total 6 feet in spots, the National Weather Service says.

9. NFL SUSPENDS ADRIAN PETERSON FOR AT LEAST REST OF SEASON

The Vikings' running back pleaded no contest earlier this month to misdemeanor reckless assault for injuries to his 4-year-old son with a wooden switch.

10. WHICH MUSICIAN IS GETTING OWN POT BRAND

The family of the late reggae star Bob Marley reaches a deal with a U.S. firm that wants to market "Marley Natural" marijuana.

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