10 Things to Know for Today
By The Associated Press
Jan. 22, 2018
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:
Democrats could agree to a three-week spending measure, until Feb. 8, in return for a Republican commitment to address immigration policy and other pressing issues
Pence kicked off his visit to Israel with a meeting with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in which he said it was an honor to be in "Israel's capital, Jerusalem."
Fierce clashes are ongoing as Syria's Kurdish militia says it's repelled Turkish troops from villages seized in Ankara's offensive against the Afrin enclave.
Screen Actors Guild Awards are mostly numbingly similar to what was seen before, from the winners to the commentary on why the crusade against sexual misconduct matters.
The gradual repatriation of more than 680,000 Rohingya Muslim refugees back to Myanmar from Bangladesh, scheduled to begin Tuesday, has been delayed.
Shakil Afridi, a Pakistani doctor who helped track down the mastermind of the 9/11 attacks, has languished in jail for years.
An AP analysis of the promises Trump made to draw a "red line" between his businesses and his administration found that, while he has kept to the letter of many pledges, he has exploited the vague language of others, creating at least the appearance that he's profiting off his presidency.
A half century after the Tet Offensive punctured American hopes for victory in Vietnam, Jim Mattis is visiting the former enemy to promote closer ties.
John Coleman, who co-founded The Weather Channel but later drew people's anger for his open skepticism about climate change being man-made, has died at 83.
The Patriots and Eagles will square off in Super Bowl 52, to be held on Feb. 4 in Minneapolis.