10 Things to Know for Today
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:
One camp is standing squarely behind the commander in chief and the other decrying his order as an ugly attack on dedicated troops.
Senate Republicans are lowering their sights and trying to unite behind a so-called "skinny repeal" that would undo just a few of the most unpopular elements of the health care law.
The Trump administration is also working to fix what aides have called "serious flaws" in the landmark deal that - if not resolved quickly - will likely lead Trump to pull out.
Dramatic video shows the Fire Ball ride swinging back and forth like a pendulum and spinning in the air when it crashes into something and part of the ride flies off, throwing passengers to the ground.
Clerics in Jerusalem are telling the faithful to return to a holy site to pray after Israel removed security devices it installed there.
Through his foreign travels, statements and actions, the president has made it clear who is in which camp. AP journalists report on the view from Saudi Arabia, Israel, Poland, Iran, the Koreas and Venezuela.
The decision by Amazon and Foxconn to add tens of thousands of workers in the United States reflect the pressures companies now feel to be as close to their customers as possible.
Tennessee-based American Paper Optics ramps up production for next month's eclipse and expects to make 50 million paper and plastic eclipse glasses.
9. WHY TWITTER WON'T BAN TRUMP
The president's tweets draw attention to the struggling service, even if posts mocking reporters and rivals undercut its rules against harassment.
Video posted on social media shows the pop star trying to pull away when of the photographers steps toward the truck and is hit in Beverly Hills