These are the headlines you Need 2 Know. * **Hurricane Lane Hits Hawaii:** As much as 20 inches of rain have fallen on parts of Hawaii so far, causing flooding and mudslides on the Big Island and Maui. Forecasters said Friday the Category 3 storm is moving slowly and could drench Hawaii for several days. The National Weather Service reported Friday that only two storms of this strength have ever come within 350 miles of the islands. For photos from the storm [click here] ( * **Verizon Issues Mea Culpa:** Verizon apologized for throttling or slowing down data service for firefighters who were battling the Mendocino Complex fire in California. Officials said the data connection was slowed to about 1/200th of its previous speed — just as firemen were coordinating a response to the biggest blaze in California's history. Verizon said the fire department used its allotment of data for the month, but the company admitted it should have waived restrictions for an emergency. For the latest, [click here]( * **National Enquirer May Have Dirt on Trump:** The tabloid allegedly has a safe where it stores documents related to hush-money payments and “other damaging stories” about President Trump. The Associated Press reported the information was never printed because of the paper’s “cozy” relationship with Trump. Meanwhile, federal prosecutors reportedly have granted immunity to David Pecker, the CEO of the National Enquirer’s parent company. [Read the details here] ('s-safe-held-damaging-Trump-stories). * **Children's Medicine Recalled:** King Bio is recalling 32 children's medicines because of microbial contamination in liquids produced between August 1, 2017, and April this year. The company said ingesting the medicines could result in life-threatening infections. Find the recalled products [here] ( Cheddar's Jill Wagner gets into the latest. Subscribe to the Need 2 Know newsletter [here](

More In Business
Load More