10 Things to Know for Monday
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about Monday:
Travis Reinking, 29, killed four people and injured four others at a Nashville, Tenn., Waffle House, then fled after a customer wrestled the assault weapon away.
James Shaw Jr. wrenched the AR-15 from the Nashville shooter's hands to "get myself out" and avoid being killed.
The attacker targeted civilians who were registering to vote, the Kabul police chief says.
Despite President Trump's statement that Pyongyang has "agreed to denuclearization," Kim Jong Un makes it clear that nuclear arms remain a "treasured sword."
Bryan Steil, a lawyer who is a former driver for the House speaker, says he's running for the congressional seat that Ryan is leaving.
The burst of activism germinated for years before sparks like Trump's election and the Parkland shooting set it off, says Christopher Schmidt, a professor who has written about civil rights in the 1960s and the Tea Party's rise.
Sweden's public broadcaster says autopsies reveal nothing suspicious in the 28-year-old DJ's death, and foul play has been ruled out.
John Krasinski's thriller takes estimated $22 million over the weekend, with "Rampage" close behind.
The 2-year-old pup, who was once destined to be euthanized, wins the canine pageant in Iowa.
Manu Ginobili scores 10 of his 16 points in fourth quarter and San Antonio holds off Golden State 103-90 to stay alive in NBA playoffs.