10 Things to Know for Today
By The Associated Press
Apr. 09, 2018
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:
The missile attack on an air base in the central province of Homs killed at least 14 people, including Iranians, a war-monitoring group says.
Trump plans to meet with senior military leaders, after he threatened a "big price to pay" for the suspected poison gas attack in Syria that killed women and children.
Pyongyang tells Washington that the North Korean leader is ready to discuss his nuclear weapons program with Trump, officials say, increasing the chances that the summit will occur.
The social network will begin alerting tens of millions of people — mostly in the United States — whose private data may have been compromised in the Cambridge Analytica scandal.
Prosecutors have lined up a parade of accusers to make the case that the man revered as "America's Dad" lived a double life as one of Hollywood's biggest predators.
Educators are working with health professionals to equip classrooms with tourniquet kits and train thousands of teachers how to use the equipment to reduce bleeding until emergency crews can respond.
Trump tries to downplay fears of a trade dispute between Washington and Beijing as investors across the globe brace for turbulent markets.
U.S. carriers are getting better at not losing as many bags and reducing complaints, but on-time performance still lags.
A coalition of child advocates and consumer groups is asking the U.S. agency to investigate the video platform for improperly collecting kids' data and targeting ads to them.
The 27-year-old Texan got some chuckles a few years back when he declared himself a top five player, with little on his resume to back it up. Now he's golf's latest major champion.