Jacquelyn Martin, Associated Press
FILE — In this Oct. 22, 2015, file photo, a jogger runs past the House side of the Capitol at sunrise on Capitol Hill in Washington.

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

1. HOUSE GOP LEADERS REACH BUDGET DEAL WITH WHITE HOUSE

Now they are throwing their collective weight behind the hard-won fiscal plan to head off a government debt crisis and forestall a government shutdown in December.

2. QUAKE DEATH TOLL SURPASSES 300 IN PAKISTAN, AFGHANISTAN

Officials say rescuers are struggling to reach regions hit by the natural disaster.

3. U.S. NAVY SAILS NEAR REEFS CLAIMED BY CHINA

The move is seen as a long-anticipated challenge to what the Obama administration considers Beijing's "excessive claim" of sovereignty in the South China Sea.

4. 5 BRITONS KILLED AFTER WHALE BOAT SINKS OFF VANCOUVER ISLAND

Investigators are trying to unravel the mystery of what caused the vessel with 27 people on board to capsize in seemingly calm weather.

5. WHO IS SNARED IN IRANIAN HARD-LINERS' CRACKDOWN

Two Iranian poets are jailed for their work and sentenced to 99 lashes apiece for shaking hands with members of the opposite sex.

6. CHALLENGES ABOUND FOR U.S. KIDS WITH PARENT IN PRISON

Many of them face increased risk of problems with behavior, academics, self-esteem and substance abuse — in some cases resulting in criminality passed from one generation to the next.

7. 'WOMENOMICS' MAKES SMALL CHIPS IN JAPAN'S GLASS CEILING

Statistics suggest the country's male-dominated workplaces have evolved slightly, but also highlight the societal forces keeping the gender gap alive.

8. WHERE TOWNS GRAPPLE WITH HOW TO SAVE LIVES

Bracing for a tsunami like the one during a 2011 mega-earthquake in Japan, coastal communities from British Columbia to California are trying to protect people from a similar catastrophe.

9. WHAT OBAMA SHOWCASES IN MUSIC AT WHITE HOUSE

The president's and Michelle Obama's entertainment choices for official events exemplify their love of R&B and soul music as well as diversity.

10. METS CAPTAIN TREASURES WORLD SERIES DEBUT

David Wright is living his dream, gushing like a fan about seeing his team's logo next to the championship patch as they prepare to play the Kansas City Royals.