Things you should know today: 11/9/17

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AP Exclusive: Russia Twitter trolls deflected Trump bad news

Matt Rourke
This April 26, 2017, file photo shows the Twitter app on a mobile phone in Philadelphia. Russian agents on Twitter attempted to deflect bad news around President Trump’s election campaign in October 2016 and refocused criticism on the mainstream media and the Clinton campaign, according to an exclusive AP analysis of an archive of deleted accounts. (AP Photo/Matt Rourke, File)

According to reports, several Twitter accounts run by Russians assisted in deflecting bad news about Donald Trump and turning it on Hilary Clinton during the 2016 election.

‘So many babies in there’: church shooting claims 8 children

Torie McCallum
This 2017 photo provided by Torie McCallum shows Sutherland Springs First Baptist Church shooting victims, from left, Megan Hill, Emily Hill, Greg Hill and survivor Evelyn Hill, bottom, in Floresville, Texas. Evelyn survived the Nov. 5 shooting at the church but her brother and sisters along with her mother, who was pregnant, were killed. (Torie McCallum via AP)

The shooting in Sutherland Springs, Texas involved the largest number of children killed since the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting in 2012.

Saudi Arabia: 201 detained in sweep over $100B in corruption

In this photo provided by the Saudi Press Agency, King Salman attends a swearing in ceremony in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, Monday, Nov. 6, 2017. The king has sworn in new officials to take over from a powerful prince and former minister believed to be detained in a large-scale sweep that has shocked the country and upended longstanding traditions within the ruling family. (Saudi Press Agency, via AP)

Saudi Arabia uncovered mass amounts of corruption in a recent probe. Several high ranking officials were detained, including 11 princes and 28 officials and businessmen, on charges including embezzlement,

Child wows shoppers with piano skills

As a young boy waited for his parents to finish shopping, he decided to pass the time by playing some piano.

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