10 Things to Know for Thursday
By The Associated Press
Aug. 10, 2017
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about Thursday:
North Korea answers Trump's threats of "fire and fury," with one of Kim Jong Un's generals saying the country is "about to take" military action near Guam.
U.S. officials believe that a covert sonic device left a group of American diplomats in Havana with severe hearing loss.
FBI agents looking for financial documents recently searched one of the homes of Trump's former campaign chairman, whose past foreign political work is under scrutiny.
The education secretary tells the AP she should have decried racism "much more forcefully" when talking about historically black colleges and universities earlier this year.
Seattle, known for its overcast skies, is experiencing its longest dry streak in more than six decades.
Scientists have the first major evidence that blood tests called liquid biopsies hold promise for screening people for cancer.
The legendary Mexican soccer player is among 22 people sanctioned for alleged ties to a drug trafficking organization.
Regulators appear likely to accept the financially beleaguered Postal Service's request for more freedom to raise the price of mailing letters.
Suspended Fox News host Eric Bolling sues the reporter who broke the story that he allegedly sent lewd text messages to colleagues.
The golfer, newly 24, is seeking a career Grand Slam at the PGA Championship. No one so young has ever accomplished it.