10 Things to Know for Today, October 28

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Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., center, listens as President Donald Trump speaks in the Diplomatic Room of the White House in Washington, Sunday, Oct. 27, 2019, to announce that Islamic State group leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi has been killed during a U.S. raid in Syria. White House Social Media Director Dan Scavino, far left, National Security Council Senior Director of Counterterrorism Kashyap “Kash” Pramod Patel, second from right, and National Security Council Senior Director for Counterterrorism and Threat Networks Chris Miller, right, stand by Graham. (AP Photo/Andrew Harnik)

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

1. HOW THE DEATH OF AL-BAGHDADI UNFOLDED

The daring raid was the culmination of years of intelligence-gathering work and 48 hours of hurry-up planning once Washington got word that the elusive Islamic State group leader would be at a compound in northwestern Syria.

2. WAITING FOR ELECTRICITY IN NORTHERN CALIFORNIA

Pacific Gas & Electric Co. has notified more than 1.2 million people that they may not have power restored as the threat of wildfires loom with nearly 200,000 people under evacuation order.

3. RISING DEMOCRATIC STAR CALLS IT QUITS

Freshman Rep. Katie Hill resigns amid an ethics probe, saying explicit private photos of her with a campaign staffer had been “weaponized” by her husband and political operatives.

4. WHO CONCEDED DEFEAT AFTER A DRAMATIC ELECTION

Argentina’s incumbent President Mauricio Macri likely swung the country back to the center-left and Peronists are celebrating their return to power.

5. WHO SHOULD BE CONSIDERED FOR WEIGHT-LOSS SURGERY

The American Academy of Pediatrics says some severely obese preteens would benefit from the procedure based on evidence of medical studies.

6. TRUMP BOOED AT THE WORLD SERIES

The president drew boos, jeers and chants of “lock him up” when introduced during Game 5.

7. COLLEGE PARTY IN TEXAS TURNS FATAL

A gunman opened fire at an off-campus event in a night club killing two people; 12 others were injured in the melee.

8. HONK KONG PROTESTERS TATTOO TO SUPPORT

While groups of hardcore protesters tangling with riot police have become the movement’s most visible symbol, others are using skin and ink.

9. BOUNDARY-PUSHING COMEDIAN HONORED

Dave Chappelle receives the Mark Twain prize for lifetime achievement in comedy.

10. THE ASTROS LEAD THE NATIONALS 3-2 IN THE WORLD SERIES

Gerrit Cole and the Houston Astros are heading home just one win from another crown.

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