10 Things to Know for Monday
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about Monday:
Influential Shiite cleric Muqtada al-Sadr’s alliance is the early front-runner, with official results in from just over half the country.
Palestinians led by the Hamas group plan large border protests as the U.S. officially moves its embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem.
New fissures emit steam and lava from Kilauea on Hawaii’s Big Island, where geologists warn of a major eruption.
Members of the same family carry out the attacks, for which the Islamic State militant group claims responsibility.
In a surprise announcement, the president says too many Chinese jobs are at stake as the Commerce Dept. punishes ZTE Corp. for violating sanctions against North Korea and Iran.
The violence leaves one person dead and four injured in the center of Paris — two months after a gunman killed three in southern France.
The Pulitzer-winning reporter who helped expose sex misconduct accusations against movie mogul Harvey Weinstein is writing a book titled “Catch and Kill,” about efforts to silence women who level harassment charges.
‘Memphis Belle’ goes back on display at the U.S. Air Force museum in Ohio after some 55,000 hours of repairs.
The superhero blockbuster rakes in over $1.6 billion total worldwide — fifth highest grossing film of all time.
Boston’s Marcus Morris keeps LeBron James off balance in a lopsided 108-83 Eastern Conference opener win.