Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:
A handful of competitive congressional races — largely in Southern California — made it a hotly contested territory in the fight over control of the U.S. House.
Conservative businessman John Cox saves Republicans from an embarrassing shutout in the California governor’s race, winning with the help of a tweet from Trump.
A peace treaty ending the Korean War could be a godsend for the North Korean leader’s generals, who stand to benefit economically if sanctions are lifted.
The Obama administration secretly sought to give Iran access — albeit briefly — to the U.S. financial system by sidestepping sanctions kept in place after the 2015 nuclear deal, AP learns.
Frightened people living near the Volcano of Fire flee with their children and few possessions after fresh flows of super-heated debris are announced.
Some Brazilian toddlers with microcephaly try out school while others, afflicted with myriad health problems, fight to survive.
In Boston’s booming Seaport District — where Fortune 500 stalwarts General Electric and Amazon have made homes — some question rapid development of the flood-prone area.
Unreleased reports by an independent body monitoring a failed cease-fire in the five-year conflict reveal gang-rapes and instances of children burned alive, AP finds.
Kate Spade is remembered as vibrant, colorful and most of all, fun — just like her famous handbags.
Looking for an offensive weapon to negate the Warriors’ size and ability to switch assignments on defense, Cavaliers coach Tyronn Lue says he’ll play Rodney Hood in Game 3.