10 Things to Know for Today
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:
President Donald Trump is ready to remake his administration, privately weighing more changes, expressing frustration with certain advisers and sifting through possible replacements.
The party tries to decide whether liberals, moderates or some combination are best to take on Republicans in GOP territory where President Donald Trump was victorious in 2016.
A California law regulating anti-abortion pregnancy centers has led to a Supreme Court clash at the intersection of abortion and free speech.
Reacting to an Associated Press investigation into sexual assault among children on U.S. military bases, Congress demanded the Defense and Justice departments to explain how they will solve the problem.
As the six-month anniversary of Hurricane Maria approaches, only a fraction of the $23 billion appropriated by Congress for storm relief has actually been spent in Puerto Rico.
The Kabul blue bus is a library on wheels where children in Afghanistan's war-battered capital discover the joys of reading.
Carlton Gary, 67, was executed for the rape-slayings of three older women in attacks that terrorized a Georgia city four decades ago.
More than a thousand people in Vietnam marked the 50th anniversary of the My Lai massacre, the most notorious episode in modern U.S. military history, with talk of peace and cooperation instead of hatred.
Researchers say the data from the tiny crystals could be used to provide clues to the changing climate and validate the satellite models used for weather predictions.
Sister Jean Dolores Schmidt is Loyola-Chicago's biggest fan who prays with the players before games and gives them scouting reports the next day.