10 Things to Know Today
The Associated Press
Dec. 21, 2017
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about Tuesday:
Lawmakers hope to approve a must-pass spending bill as the clock ticks toward potential government shutdown this weekend.
Two men are arrested after the car in which they were travelling crashed into pedestrians on a busy central Melbourne street, leaving up to 19 people injured.
South Korean soldiers fire 20 warning machine gun rounds, turning back North Korean soldiers apparently pursuing a comrade who had earlier dashed across the rivals' shared border, officials said.
Rohingya refugees who fled the crackdown describe tell The AP about a ruthless army massacre that offers evidence Myanmar forces have systematically killed civilians.
President Donald Trump's threat to cut off U.S. funding to countries that oppose his decision to recognize Jerusalem as Israel's capital has raised the stakes in Thursday's U.N. vote.
Freshman Republican Sen. John Kennedy, who became an Internet sensation with his rapid-fire takedown of President Trump's judicial nominee.
Spain's restive Catalans are electing a new regional government in a hotly contested election aimed at breaking a political deadlock over the issue of independence
Even after two terror attacks and a motorist's deadly rampage through Times Square, New York City is on track to smash its modern-era low for homicides in a year.
Former Minnesota governor Tim Pawlenty, once a fresh-faced Republican star with blue-collar appeal and presidential prospects, is eyeing a climb back onto the national stage in a possible Senate race.
After two straight balmy Olympics where some might have wondered if it was even winter, athletes and visitors alike will finally experience a no-joke chill in their bones during the Winter Games in in mountainous Pyeongchang.