10 Things to Know for Today
By The Associated Press
Aug. 18, 2017
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:
Spain's second largest city is reeling after a van plows into pedestrians in a terror attack that kills at least 13 people and injures over 100.
The president finds himself under siege while fanning the controversy over race and politics toward a full-fledged national conflagration.
Economic markets blossom and a consumer culture takes root in the isolated country.
Sue Riseling, a campus law enforcement expert, says more colleges should prepare for white supremacist rallies like the one that started at the University of Virginia and turned violent.
Cmdr. Bryce Benson is being relieved as the USS Fitzgerald's captain after an investigation found poor seamanship contributed to the collision between the destroyer and a commercial ship.
Some 600 others remain missing as people search through tons of mud and debris amid the remains of mangled buildings.
Some of the brightest minds in math attend a conference at Tufts University to lend their expertise to help courts identify voting maps that are drawn unfairly.
The top U.S. commander in Iraq says the American military will help contractors and other officials locate unexploded bombs dropped by the coalition.
Grand Teton is directly in the path of Monday's total solar eclipse and is expecting its busiest day ever — outshining its world-renowned neighbor, Yellowstone.
A year after drought and gypsy moths muted autumn colors, New England expects to rebound with a vibrant leaf-peeping season.