10 Things to Know for Today
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:
The president’s choice has the potential to be part of precedent-shattering decisions on abortion, health care, gay marriage and other issues.
The 12 boys and soccer coach found in a partially flooded complex after 10 days are mostly in stable condition and have received high-protein liquid food, but the extraction process is complicated and could take time.
Satellite data suggest Pyongyang may be continuing its nuclear and missile activities despite a pledge to denuclearize.
Hundreds of people who fled gang violence in Central America are being deported by the United States back to those countries every week, plunging them into danger.
An overflow crowd gathered to salute Rob Hiaasen, one of five killed in a newsroom shooting, as a man they loved in stories, poems, and songs.
Human Rights Watch says help is needed to preserve evidence of possible crimes committed by the Islamic State group and identify remains found there.
Malaysian government investigators say ex-Prime Minister Najib Razak has been arrested by anti-graft investigators and will face charges.
To the aisles of Whole Foods as Amazon seeks to lure more people to its Prime membership after recently hiking up the price.
U2’s singer warns that the existence of the U.N., EU and NATO are threatened during theses “troubled times,” words seemingly aimed at Trump.
The men’s tour enlists specialists to help players determine how seriously to take harassing and threatening messages received via social media, the AP learns.