10 Things to Know for Today
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:
Some of the high school students who traveled to Florida's state capital for protests after last week's mass shooting commit what may have been their young movement's first act of civil disobedience.
In the aftermath of the latest mass school shooting, President Trump suggests arming teachers - and lawmakers in several states are wrestling with the idea.
With Billy Graham's death at 99, there's no obvious successor to fill his shoes as an adviser to leaders from both of political parties in the U.S.
What's it like to wake up in North Korea one day and South Korea the next? AP's Pyongyang bureau chief has the answer.
The man cradles his shrouded dead child in a moment captured on video, before the shelling starts again in eastern Ghouta.
Special interests are holding meetings at properties owned by Trump, putting money in his pockets as they seek to influence his administration, an AP analysis shows.
Tens of thousands of African asylum seekers fear their stay in Israel will soon come to an abrupt end.
The Center For American Progress, a major liberal policy group, is releasing a new health plan that builds on Medicare to guarantee coverage for all.
Scientists are peeking into the brains of people in their 80s and 90s who have somehow managed to keep the same sharp memory as people several decades younger.
America's women's hockey team wins gold for the first time in 20 years, beating Canada in a shootout.