10 Things to Know for Today
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:
Trump names Kevin McAleenan, the well-respected U.S. Customs and Border Protection commissioner, to take over as acting head.
Washington is planning to designate Iran’s Revolutionary Guard a “foreign terrorist organization,” the first such designation by any White House of an entire foreign government entity.
Bernie Sanders surpasses his rivals in early fundraising and establishes himself as an indisputable front-runner for the Democratic presidential nomination.
The Japanese automaker’s shareholders force out the former chairman, who faces allegations of financial misconduct.
An AP investigation finds that the war-torn country’s massive cholera epidemic was aggravated by official intransigence and potential corruption.
Prime Minister Modi seeks to retain power by promoting a Hindu way of life instead of secular pluralism in the multicultural country.
Trump’s tax returns, says White House chief of staff Mick Mulvaney, as a new front opens in the confrontation between the administration and Congress.
Sick kids seen via telemedicine visits are far more likely to be prescribed antibiotics than those who went to a doctor’s office or clinic, a new study suggests.
Grammy-winning duo Dan + Shay solidify themselves as the hottest group in country music with multiple wins at the Academy of Country Music Awards.
The teams have reached the national championship game with tough defense, overlooked and underappreciated stars, and nail-biting tournament wins.