10 Things to Know for Today
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:
The scramble to frame the Russia investigation’s findings in the best political light is sure to be renewed in coming days when Mueller’s report is expected to be released in redacted form.
Trump’s anger over the situation on the U.S.-Mexico border led to a turbulent 12-day stretch that would lead to the eventual resignation of Kirstjen Nielsen.
Scandal-plagued Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is seeking a fifth term in office, which would make him Israel’s longest-serving leader ever.
Officials insist that any further delay to Britain’s withdrawal from the 28-nation bloc must come with strings attached and assurances from the U.K.
If a final toll ever emerges for a devastating cyclone — now above 600 in Mozambique alone — it will be strongly informed by a forensic specialist’s work, AP learns.
An AP analysis shows a long decline in health and safety inspection scores at apartments assigned to low-income tenants.
Indivisible in 2017 plans to outline its vision for the future of liberal organizing that goes beyond simply fighting Trump. It aims to zero in on issues such as reforms to Senate rules.
A year after the iconic toy chain imploded, toy makers are still readjusting to the big loss of shelf space.
The pop superstar donated $113,000 to fight a handful of contentious bills moving inside Tennessee’s Republican-controlled assembly.
The Cavaliers, the only top seed to fall to a No. 16 in the history of the NCAA Tournament last year, defeat Texas Tech 85-77 in overtime to capture the men’s basketball title this season.