10 Things to Know for Today
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:
Defense Secretary Jim Mattis says the Pentagon doesn’t “do stunts” when asked if his department is being politicized by Trump’s ever-increasing troop deployment numbers.
Robert Bowers faces arraignment in federal court on charges including murder, hate crimes, obstructing in the practice of religion, and other crimes.
Rabbis and volunteers undergo the painstaking process of gathering up blood and other remains from the victims of the shooting rampage, as custom calls for the entire body to be buried.
It’s crucial development in the investigation into what caused a new model Boeing jetliner to plunge into Indonesian seas earlier this week, killing all 189 people on board.
An AP tally documents more than 56,800 migrants dead or missing worldwide since 2014 — almost double the number found by a U.N. agency.
Stacey Abrams, trying to become the first black female governor in U.S. history, has to navigate a state that’s still steeped in the Deep South divisions over race.
A new report finds that many sexual assault victims in North Korea feel powerless to demand accountability and are ashamed they were abused.
Longtime death row inmate Asia Bibi plans to leave the country as radical Islamists mount rallies against her.
Hundreds of engineers and other workers are expected to walk off the job to protest the tech giant’s lenient treatment of executives accused of sexual misconduct.
Derrick Rose’s 50-point night for the Minnesota Timberwolves was a breakout that few probably thought was still possible from the former NBA MVP.