10 Things to Know for Friday
By The Associated Press
Dec. 29, 2017
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:
Trump and his GOP allies relished wins on taxes and a Supreme Court pick, but turbulence reigned as Republicans tried and failed to replace Obama-era health care laws and Trump picked fights on Twitter.
Frigid weather means higher heating costs, and that worries people who rely on aid to buy fuel.
A U.S. judge says a law that dismantled a popular Mexican-American studies program was enacted for a discriminatory racial purpose and so could not be enforced.
The judge said refugees with formal agreements with refugee resettlement agencies should be allowed in the United States — but the Justice Department does not want them included in the judicial order.
Moore stands by his claims of voter fraud — but authorities say there's no evidence of it.
A Minnesota prosecutor says he needs more time to decide whether to charge the officer in the woman's fatal shooting, which happened as police responded to her 911 call.
Andrew Anglin is being sued for allegedly leading an anti-Semitic internet trolling campaign that terrorized a Montana real estate agent and her family, but he claims the court has no jurisdiction because he lives in Nigeria — despite being spotted in Ohio.
The suicide bombing underscores the group's growing reach in Afghanistan even amid its dismantling in Iraq and Syria.
The state legalizes recreational marijuana use Monday, but only a few cities have shops with the necessary license — and no shops in L.A. or San Francisco will be able to open for the first day of legalization.
Police say an intoxicated Texas woman caused at least $300,000 in damage to her date's art collection, which included two Andy Warhol paintings.