10 Things to Know for Today
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:
Investigators do not believe Nasim Aghdam, 39, specifically targeted the three victims she wounded with a handgun at the company’s headquarters south of San Francisco.
Beijing is urging the U.S. to come to the table to resolve a trade dispute as it issues a $50 billion list of U.S. goods subject to tariffs.
Federal law prohibits the use of active-duty service members for law enforcement inside the U.S., but there is precedent to send National Guard troops there in certain capacities.
Liberal judge Rebecca Dallet’s runaway victory in a state Supreme Court race cheers Democrats eager for evidence their party is destined for big wins in midterm elections.
A German parliamentarian raises questions about whether the system is being abused, with different European nations applying different criteria when flagging people for “discreet checks.”
The global commemoration culminates with events in Memphis and Atlanta, followed by a march and ending in speeches by Jesse Jackson, Al Sharpton and others.
Alexandra Argyropoulos tells the AP that she told Oregon child welfare officials in 2013 that Jennifer and Sarah Hart — who plunged off a California cliff with their children in an SUV — had been depriving the kids of food as punishment.
The state is launching a program to buy farms and sell them to new farmers for dirt cheap, an unconventional approach to ensure that farming remains viable.
A new study finds the film industry’s move toward diversity has largely ignored people with disabilities.
Dustin Johnson isn’t looking back at the freak back injury that knocked him out of the Masters last year.