10 Things to Know for Today
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:
Brett Kavanaugh is about to hear his first arguments as a Supreme Court justice, becoming the fifth solidly conservative jurist on the high court.
The Washington Post publishes a surveillance image showing its missing Saudi contributor walking into the Saudi Consulate in Istanbul a week ago, just before he disappeared.
The Category 1 storm is strengthening over warm tropical waters amid fears it will intensify into a major hurricane before striking Florida’s northeast Gulf Coast by midweek.
A quake, a tsunami and a family’s son gone missing in a catastrophe that was shocking even by the standards of disaster-prone Indonesia.
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo says the driver didn’t have the necessary commercial license, and the vehicle failed a state inspection that examined such things as the chassis, suspension and brakes.
An AP investigation finds that gaps in the U.S. child welfare system can lead to deported parents losing their kids to adoption.
Yemeni artisans take the remnants of weapons fired by the Saudi-led coalition to make their ornamental knives.
The tech giant is expected to introduce two new Pixel phones along with other devices designed to increase usage of its advertising-driven services.
Joe Walsh and his wife were honored by Facing Addiction with NCADD for their support of the recovery movement and their efforts to raise awareness about drug and alcohol abuse.
Saints quarterback Drew Brees eclipses Peyton Manning’s previous career mark of 71,940 yards as New Orleans thumped Washington 43-19.