10 Things to Know for Thursday
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about Thursday:
The Congressional Budget Office says the health care bill Republicans pushed through the House would leave 23 million additional people uninsured in 2026 compared with Obama's health care law.
British investigators are studying the possibility that the Manchester attack was overseen by the same cell linked to the Paris and Brussels terror plots.
A newspaper reporter alleges that the Republican candidate for Montana's sole congressional seat "body-slammed" him on the day before the special election.
The president has traded his free-wheeling speaking style for tightly scripted remarks as he travels through the Middle East and Europe.
Islamic State group-linked militants sweep through a southern Philippine city, beheading a police chief, burning buildings and raising the black IS flag.
The jury that will hear the sex assault case against Bill Cosby will include two blacks among its 12 members.
A medicine made from marijuana cuts seizures in kids with a severe form of epilepsy, a study shows.
While Americans distrust the news media as a concept, a poll suggests they have a higher opinion of the individual sources they rely on to follow the world.
Ariana Grande cancels several European shows on her Dangerous Woman world tour in the wake of the deadly bombing at her concert in Manchester.
Manchester United gives its heartbroken home city a moment to cheer by winning the Europa League by beating Ajax 2-0 in the final.