10 Things to Know for Today
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:
The Category 1 hurricane does limited damage in Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands, though forecasters warn the storm is gaining strength as it moves over open water.
Ten Democrats — including front-runner Joe Biden, Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders — have qualified for September’s televised debate.
Amid a growing number of attacks by domestic extremists, congressional efforts to have them labeled as terrorists or to criminalize domestic terrorism are gaining momentum.
An estimated 3,553 fires are now burning on 148 indigenous territories, and some tribes are particularly exposed as fires rage in the region.
New Delhi circulates images of normalcy during a communications blackout in the disputed region, but independent news reports suggest otherwise.
China’s military deploys fresh troops to the semi-autonomous Chinese city in what it calls a routine rotation amid speculation that it might intervene in pro-democracy protests.
The Democratic senator from New York abruptly ends a once-promising campaign that collapsed amid low polling and major fundraising struggles.
The World Health Organization sees a rise of measles in Europe this year, in part fueled by vaccine refusals.
A researcher for the AAA Foundation suspects distracted driving is playing a role, along with traffic lights that weren’t timed optimally.
MSNBC host Lawrence O’Donnell retracted his story about supposed Russian ties to Trump’s finances — just as the president’s lawyer demanded.