10 Things to Know for Monday
By The Associated Press
Jan. 08, 2018
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about Monday:
Ex-White House strategist Steve Bannon, who was quoted questioning the president's competence in the new book "Fire and Fury," backtracks and calls Trump "completely fit."
A search is underway after an Iranian oil tanker collides with a freighter and catches fire in the East China Sea.
A-listers Meryl Streep and others don black on the red carpet to call for reform in Hollywood amid widespread sex assault and sex harassment cases.
Members of the activist organizations are banned for their calls to boycott the Jewish state.
After two weeks of arctic temperatures and snowstorms, much of the U.S. will see the mercury rise throughout the week.
A New Hampshire store sells the winning $559.7 million Powerball ticket, while a $450 million Mega Millions ticket sells in Florida.
Floods from the broken pipe close a terminal, suspending international arrivals and leading to more delays in a week where storms and a winter deep freeze caused many passenger strandings.
Just days after legal sales began, there are concerns that too few companies are licensed and ready to transport huge amounts of marijuana to market.
The rocking chair from the Jungle Room brings $17,000 at an auction at Graceland estate during Elvis birthday celebration.
Jacksonville prolongs Buffalo's football misery in unsteady 10-3 victory.