10 Things to Know for Today
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today: A car crashes into pedestrians outside British Parliament, primary season comes to Wisconsin and Minnesota, Trump threatens Cuomo.
A car slammed into security barriers outside the Houses of Parliament, injuring a number of pedestrians. London’s Metropolitan Police say that they are treating it as a terrorist incident.
Democrats are fighting to beat back Republican gains across the Midwest as the 2018 primary season roars through Wisconsin and Minnesota, two states where President Donald Trump’s appeal among working-class voters threaten to upend decadeslong political trends this fall and beyond.
Trump is daring New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo to challenge him in 2020, warning the Democrat that “anybody that runs against Trump suffers.”
Trump has tackled Omarosa Manigault Newman’s explosive claim that she had heard an audiotape of him using the N-word.
The Taliban overran a base in northern Afghanistan, killing 17 soldiers, even as Afghan forces battled the insurgents for the fifth straight day in the eastern provincial capital of Ghazni on Tuesday, trying to flush them out of the city’s outskirts.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan says his country will boycott U.S.-made electronic goods amid a diplomatic spat that has helped trigger a Turkish currency crisis.
Most of Yosemite National Park is set to reopen Tuesday after a 20-day closure that cost the tourist magnet millions of dollars and devastated local businesses.
Paul Manafort’s longtime deputy has admitted he embezzled hundreds of thousands of dollars from his boss — and that he “possibly” was wrongfully reimbursed by Trump’s inaugural committee.
A judge cleared the way for five defendants arrested on child abuse charges at a New Mexico compound to be released despite authorities’ suspicions that the group was training children to use firearms in preparation for an anti-government mission.
The killing of a respected bishop in a desert monastery north of Cairo has shocked Egyptians and shaken up the Coptic Church, one of the world’s oldest.