10 Things to Know for Today
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:
Ayanna Pressley is virtually assured of becoming the first black woman to serve the state in Congress after her upset victory over a 10-term incumbent — the latest example of Democrats’ embrace of diversity, liberal politics.
The Supreme Court nominee will likely spar with Democratic senators over abortion, guns, executive power and other high-profile issues.
In the veteran journalist’s incendiary tell-all book “Fear: Trump in the White House”, the president is disparaged as an “idiot” and his White House as “Crazytown.”
A child died when a tree fell onto a mobile home in Florida as Gordon made landfall just west of the Alabama-Mississippi border.
U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo arrives in Pakistan as relations between the two countries sink to a new low.
Those are the words of one U.S. senator as indigenous women face some of the nation’s highest rates of murder, sexual violence and domestic abuse, AP finds.
U.S. officials say they have not detected any attempts to corrupt election systems or leak information rivaling Kremlin hacking before Trump’s surprise victory in 2016.
As Pyongyang prepares for a massive parade to celebrate the 70th anniversary of its founding, worry is rising in South Korea that a tentative detente is slipping away.
The strongest typhoon to hit the country in at least 25 years closes one of its busiest airports while damaging other infrastructure and causing at least 10 deaths.
LeBron James appears to be backing the apparel giant’s contentious ad campaign featuring former NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick.