10 Things to Know for Today
By The Associated Press
Mar. 06, 2018
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:
Seoul says South and North Korea have agreed that their leaders — President Moon Jae-in and Kim Jong Un — will meet in late April. It will be Kim's first since he took over from his father.
The Red Cross freezes aid delivery to the besieged and bombarded eastern suburbs of Damascus with dozens killed after the security situation deteriorated while aid workers were on the ground.
Officials tell AP that the four U.S. service members killed in the attack didn't get required senior command approval for their risky mission to capture a high-level IS militant.
Those are the words from Trump after House Speaker Paul Ryan and other Republican allies of the president pleaded with him to back away from his threatened international tariffs.
The impact of the movement to draw attention to sexual misconduct varies widely from country to country, from momentous to inconsequential.
Sam Nunberg, who declared in various TV interviews that he won't cooperate with special prosecutor Robert Mueller, tells AP he'll honor subpoena.
In response to the deadly high school shooting in Parkland last month, state senators pass a bill that would create new restrictions on rifle sales and allow some teachers to carry guns in schools.
The fast-food giant, which has relied on frozen beef patties since the 1970s, is launching Quarter Pounders made with fresh beef in about 3,500 restaurants in eight cities.
Video captured by the AP appears to show Terry Bryant walking with the statuette out of the Governors Ball, the Oscars after-party where police say he took it.
And that makes this week the last chance for teams to earn a No. 1 seed in the NCAA Tournament, stay close to home — or simply earn a bid.