10 Things to Know for Today
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:
But the measure is facing opposition from both parties, imperiling legislation to keep the U.S. government operating past midnight.
In a televised speech, Kim Jong Un says that the festivities mark the nation’s emergence as a “global military power” despite facing the “worst sanctions.”
South Korean President Moon Jae-in says he’ll meet with Kim Yo Jong, who would be the first member of the ruling family to visit the South since the Korean War.
The attack, which a U.S. military official says killed about 100, adds another layer to a conflict in the country that is again plunging into a new unpredictable spiral of violence.
Defense Department investigators explain that more cases are being rejected as not credible and fewer officers are being found guilty of misconduct.
That’s what former U.S. President George W. Bush said in United Arab Emirates about the 2016 American presidential election.
Refugees and aid groups tell the AP that the military is cutting off access to food, tightening the noose around the dwindling numbers of ethnic minority Muslims left in the country.
The resignation of the casino mogul is elevating discussion about the obligation of corporations to disclose sexual misconduct allegations to their investors.
The Hollywood star says the social media giant profited from Russian interference in the U.S. presidential election via spreading false news with Russian origins, and says the company is still not doing enough to stop it.
Three days after stunning No. 4 Duke, the Red Storm shocked No. 1 Villanova 79-75 — their first win over the top-ranked team in 33 years.