10 Things to Know for Monday
By The Associated Press
Aug. 07, 2017
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about Monday:
On the heels of sharp new U.N. sanctions, China, North Korea's economic lifeline, calls on the pariah nation to halt its missile and nuclear tests.
The soldiers prevail against a small band of anti-government fighters who snuck onto a Venezuelan army base, apparently intent on fomenting an uprising.
It's the president himself who's the White House's leading expert and the final word on what and how he communicates with the public.
Less than three months after his election, the young French president is facing a sharp drop in popularity after, among other things, announcing budget cuts.
The vice president pushes back against a report suggesting he's laying the groundwork for a possible 2020 presidential bid if Trump doesn't run.
The rare late summer twister smashes into a shopping district in Tulsa with winds up to 135 mph.
Renowned former war crimes prosecutor Carla Del Ponte says she's quitting a U.N. panel of inquiry on Syria, decrying Security Council inaction to hold criminals accountable.
The black bear population is expanding in the U.S., especially in East Coast states.
Jurors will decide whether a radio host groped Taylor Swift during a photo op — and whether she and her team got him fired.
QB Jay Cutler decides to postpone retirement, agreeing to a $10 million, one-year contract with the Miami Dolphins.