10 Things to Know for Today
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:
The 80-year-old Arizona Republican, undergoing treatment for brain cancer, will be back in Washington for the critical roll call on beginning debate on the legislation, but it remains an uphill battle for Republicans.
Trump's son-in-law and adviser will return to Capitol Hill for a closed-door conversation with lawmakers on the House intelligence committee after denying collusion with Russia.
The move is designed to defuse a crisis with the Muslim world, including security ally Jordan, the custodian of the holy site.
The president referred to the attorney general, who recused himself from all matters related to the Russia investigation, in a tweet as "beleaguered."
Traffickers have responded to the surge in U.S. border enforcement since the 2001 terror attacks with a durable business model, backed by money and organizational muscle.
Word of Faith Fellowship took command of two congregations in Brazil, applying a strict interpretation of the Bible and enforcing it through rigorous controls and physical punishment.
Syrian rebels and activists disclose that an al-Qaida-linked jihadi group seized control of the opposition's regional capital, Idlib, last weekend, giving Assad a pretext to attack.
A woman approached the back of a Minneapolis police car and "slapped" it shortly before the Australian woman was shot and killed by an officer, a warrant states.
Children whose sexual characteristics don't neatly align with the norm have for decades faced surgery to rearrange their anatomy. Now advocacy groups are assailing the practice and urging Congress to ban it.
A study is testing whether jogging memories where they were made can help older African-Americans stay mentally sharp and slow early memory loss.