10 Things to Know for Today
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:
British security and law enforcement officials are reviewing whether other sensitive information involving the Manchester probe should still be shared.
The U.S. president is visiting a city he once called a "hellhole" to meet with the leaders of one alliance he threatened to abandon and another whose weakening he cheered.
Jens Stoltenberg says the alliance will join the international coalition fighting the Islamic State group, but will not wage direct war against the extremists.
Greg Gianforte, running for Montana's sole congressional seat, faces misdemeanor charges after witnesses say he grabbed a Guardian journalist by the neck and slammed him to the ground.
Army tanks roll into Marawi to try to restore control after Islamic State-linked militants launch a violent siege that sent thousands of people fleeing.
Congress' nonpartisan budget analysts say it would leave 23 million more Americans uninsured and cause many people with preexisting medical conditions to pay more for coverage.
Two years after the legalization of recreational marijuana in the state, some wineries are trying their hand at growing marijuana.
An in-vitro fertilization clinic in India treats would-be mothers as old as 70, despite concerns about the health risks and parents dying before their kids reach adulthood.
Gov. Scott Walker wants to make Wisconsin the first state in the country to require childless adults applying for Medicaid to undergo drug screening.
Four of the top five are in Texas with Conroe, a northern Houston suburb, the fastest-growing of the top 15, the U.S. Census Bureau says.