10 Things to Know for Today
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:
Prince Harry, fifth in line for the British throne, will marry American actress Meghan Markle in the spring.
The president draws a wiggly line between work, play and business at the private club he calls his “winter White House.”
The Associated Press has found that the FBI failed to tell scores of U.S. officials about attempts to hack into their personal Gmail accounts.
Pope Francis is visiting Myanmar and Bangladesh to encourage their tiny Catholic communities and reach out to some of Asia’s most peripheral and poor.
Indonesian authorities order a mass evacuation of people from an expanded danger zone around an erupting volcano on Bali.
Documents obtained by The Associated Press reveal the six Middle Eastern men were fleeing violence and persecution in their homelands and were cleared of any terrorism ties.
Some doctors are using lymph node replacement to ease lymphedema, a debilitating condition that gets little attention and has no cure.
Michigan Rep. John Conyers acknowledges that a congressional probe into allegations of sexual harassment made against him had become an unwelcome distraction.
Pakistani Islamists announce they are disbanding their sit-in near Islamabad after the country’s law minister resigned.
Demi-Leigh Nel-Peters, who represents South Africa, wins the Miss Universe crown.