10 Things to Know for Today
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:
Oklahoma’s $572 million ruling against Johnson & Johnson will likely be followed by more trials and legal settlements.
A famed Catholic religious order settled sex abuse cases by secretly paying two black Mississippi men $15,000 each and requiring them to keep silent, AP finds.
Despite differences with world leaders on China, trade, Russia, Iran and more, the U.S. president claimed “flawless” unity.
With hoses and machetes, Brazilian firefighters battle one blaze among many in the Amazon — a vast region described by world leaders as critical to the health of the planet.
More than 400 prominent Uighur academics, writers, performers and artists have been detained, advocacy groups say, a move critics equate to cultural genocide.
Hassan Rouhani back-pedals on possible talks with Trump, saying the U.S. president must first lift sanctions imposed on Tehran before agreeing to meet.
Up to 30 women are expected to take a judge up on his invitation to speak at a hearing after the financier killed himself before facing sex trafficking charges.
Both Gov. Phil Bryant and former Gov. Haley Barbour have endorsed Lt. Gov. Tate Reeves over retired state Supreme Court Chief Justice Bill Waller Jr.
The MTV Video Music Awards pays tribute to Missy Elliott’s creativity and influence, and Taylor Swift wins video of the year for “You Need to Calm Down.”
Serena Williams plays nearly perfect tennis and beats Maria Sharapova for the 19th straight time.