10 Things to Know for Today
Your daily look at late breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:
Ten Democrats rail against a national economy and a Republican administration they say exists only for the rich as the first wave of presidential candidates appeared onstage in Miami.
Trade and geopolitical tensions, and the looming threat of climate change, are on the agenda as leaders of the world’s 20 major economies gather in Osaka, Japan.
The showdown between Washington and Tehran, a trade war with China and election meddling by Russia are just some of the issues confronting the U.S. president.
A federal judge is being asked to require inspections and let physicians into U.S. border detention facilities to care for neglected children living in squalid conditions.
The high court could decide whether to allow a citizenship question on the 2020 census and place limits on drawing electoral districts for partisan gain.
A hospital on the reservation begins offering cancer treatment to patients who previously had to travel long distances for care.
A new report documents an increase in white supremacist fliers, stickers, posters and other material in the recently completed academic year.
Some see the muted response to author E. Jean Carroll’s decades-old accusation as another symptom of the divisive politics of this unconventional administration.
Italian shop owners selling the mild marijuana are waiting for a court to issue an opinion on the legality of weak retail weed.
Cody Bellinger, Christian Yelich and Gary Sánchez are obvious selections and AP’s baseball writer chooses who he thinks is most deserving to play in the Midsummer Classic in Cleveland next month.