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10 Things to Know for Today, Friday September 13

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

1. CAR BOMBS EXPLODE AT AMERICAN CONSULATE

The suicide attacks in Herat in western Afghanistan are followed by a fierce gunbattle between Taliban militants and security forces, Afghan officials say. CLICK HERE

2. INDIA GANG RAPE DEFENDANTS SENTENCED TO DEATH

A judge orders to the gallows four men convicted of the fatal attack of a woman on a New Delhi bus. CLICK HERE

3. VOYAGER 1 LEAVES SOLAR SYSTEM

NASA’s Voyager 1 probe has left the solar system, boldly going where no machine has gone before. CLICK HERE

4. FIRE RAGES ALONG BOARDWALK AT JERSEY SHORE

The wind-whipped blaze destroys more than 50 businesses and undoes months of rebuilding after Superstorm Sandy. CLICK HERE

5. FLOODS RAVAGE RUGGED LANDSCAPE IN COLORADO

"My house is sitting in Class 3 rapids," says Jason Stillman, a resident of the town of Lyons in hard-hit Boulder County. CLICK HERE

6. HOW TWITTER ANNOUNCED ITS UPCOMING IPO

Via a tweet, naturally. CLICK HERE

7. DOZENS DIE IN BLAZE AT RUSSIAN PSYCHIATRIC HOSPITAL

The fire, believed sparked by a patient, quickly consumes the mostly wooden building that authorities had long warned was unsafe. CLICK HERE

8. IN CALIFORNIA, LOW-WAGE WORKERS GETTING A BOOST

The state's minimum wage would rise to $10 an hour within three years under a bill that Gov. Jerry Brown has indicated he'll sign. CLICK HERE

9. 'FLY THE FRIENDLY SKIES'

Travelers buy tickets for as little as $5 before United Airlines discovers the glitch on its booking website and phone centers. CLICK HERE

10. PATRIOTS GET AN UGLY WIN

New England nips the Jets, 13-10, in a game as sloppy as the weather. CLICK HERE

The Journal Gazette contributed to this report.

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