10 things to know for today

Credit: WABC-TV

Credit: WABC-TV

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

He's using his final day in Europe to continue pushing for foreign support for a U.S. military strike in retaliation for the gas attack in Syria.

If the poisonous gas is present in a sample of material, three numbers -- 99-125-81 -- will appear on the tester's computer screen. The numbers are sarin's fingerprint.

She says the couple lived "like gypsies" after her husband's release from jail, spending nights in a trailer in the woods.

After a takeover by Islamists, the Christian population of the town of Dalga in southern Egypt is living in terror.

The foreign minister of Iran, a nation hostile to Israel, sends a message on Twitter wishing "Happy Rosh Hashana" to those celebrating the Jewish New Year.

The economy no longer seems to be deterring couples from having children, some experts say.

Health officials worry that experimentation with the electronic variety will lead kids to regular smoking.

NYC police say the 19-year-old operating the chopper was struck in the head and died at the scene.

National Guardsmen from New York who befriended a stray while on patrol in Afghanistan reunite with the mixed breed and her seven puppies.

Peyton Manning ties an NFL record with seven TD passes as the Broncos open the season by drubbing Baltimore 49-27.