10 Things to Know for Today
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:
A dejected Majority Leader Mitch McConnell urges his Senate colleagues to move on after the chamber narrowly rejected a measure to repeal parts of "Obamacare."
Trump aide Anthony Scaramucci explains his profanity-laced tirade directed at colleagues Reince Priebus and Steve Bannon after it was published in its entirety in The New Yorker magazine.
The country's Supreme Court disqualifies the three-term prime minister from holding office over allegations of corruption against him and his family.
Men under 50 are barred from the site near the Al-Aqsa Mosque following security assessments indicting Palestinians plan protests there.
The president heads to Long Island to give a speech close to where the street gang MS-13 has committed a string of murders.
The Senate has approved a new package of stiff financial sanctions against Russia, Iran and North Korea.
An AP investigation finds that U.S.-allied Persian Gulf nations are hosting thousands of North Korean laborers whose wages help Pyongyang build the missiles now threatening the U.S. and its Asian partners.
The U.S. has orchestrated the arrest of five suspected Russian cybercriminals across Europe in the past nine months, AP learns.
The electric car company's newest vehicle lists for $35,000 and has a range of 215 miles, which could take it from a niche luxury brand to the mainstream.
One year after the Rio Olympics, Brazil's most famous city remains wracked by violence amid the country's deepest economic downturn in 100 years.