10 Things to Know for Today
By The Associated Press
Jul. 09, 2018
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:
The president says he "can't go wrong" with any of the four people at the top of his list to fill the seat being vacated by Anthony Kennedy.
The second phase of an operation to free a youth soccer team trapped in a flooded cave in Thailand is underway, a day after four boys were pulled from the complex after more than two weeks underground.
Many miles from the Mexico border, authorities are separating families in operations that target immigrants already living in the U.S., conducted in the name of public safety, the AP finds.
Immigration has soared to the top of the political agenda in both the U.S. and Europe — though illegal border crossings are decreasing on both sides of the Atlantic.
Iraq's courts are issuing death sentences at a dizzying rate against accused members of the Islamic State group, after swift trials with little evidence presented, the AP finds.
North Korea's vitriolic criticism of the U.S. following a first round of nuclear negotiations went out of its way to spare one person: President Trump.
Heavy rains smash homes, trigger landslides and kill scores of people in the country's southwest, with dozens still missing.
Britain's most senior official in charge of negotiating the country's exit from the European Union resigns, accusing the prime minister of undermining Brexit with her plan to keep close trade ties with the bloc.
9. AT WIMBLEDON, STARS COMING OUT SWINGING
Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal, Novak Djokovic and Serena Williams will all be in action as the tournament's second week begins.
A Gibson electric guitar used by the late Tom Petty on his 1986 tour with Bob Dylan is heading to the auction block, along with one of the late rocker's signature top hats.