10 Things to Know for Today
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:
In an upset, the segregation-era road-trip drama “Green Book” is crowned top film at the 91st Academy Awards. Not everyone, notably Spike Lee among others, was happy with the result.
The U.S. president lowers expectations for North Korea’s denuclearization while eager to declare a flashy victory to offset the political turmoil he faces at home.
The issue of a declaration and verification from Pyongyang will likely eventually become a major sticking point in future negotiations as it did in past nuclear diplomacy.
Vice President Mike Pence travels to Bogota to meet with members of a regional coalition and Juan Guaido to discuss the next steps aimed at forcing out the embattled president.
Confidants for the 52-year-old R&B star are making arrangements to pay the $100,000 bail needed to free him as he awaits trial for aggravated sexual abuse.
A group of former national security officials is set to release a statement arguing that there is no justification for the president to use such a declaration to fund a wall along the U.S.-Mexico border.
At issue is whether a 40-foot-tall concrete cross at a highway median in Maryland violates the First Amendment’s establishment clause.
Rep. Adam Schiff threatens to call Robert Mueller to testify, subpoena documents and sue the Trump administration if the full report on the special counsel’s Russia investigation is not made public.
Trump’s decision to extend a deadline to escalate tariffs on Chinese imports raises cautious optimism in China and boosts share prices across Asia.
A media watchdog in Australia rules there was no breach of its standards in a cartoon of the tennis star which attracted global condemnation.