10 Things to Know for Today
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell has made himself practically the sole arbiter of the bill and will be largely responsible for the outcome, whether it's a win, a loss or a win that turns into a loss over time.
Kuwait has given the embattled Gulf nation a list, obtained by the AP, from Saudi Arabia and other Arab nations that also include severing all ties with Iran, immediately closing Turkey's military base in Qatar and ending military cooperation with the NATO member.
The Supreme Court has almost certainly decided what to do about President Donald Trump's travel ban affecting citizens of six mostly Muslim countries.
In its first comments about Otto Warmbier since he died in Ohio, North Korea defends its treatment of its former detainee while saying it had "no reason at all to show mercy to such a criminal."
The protesters say increasingly corporate pride celebrations prioritize the experiences of gay white men while ignoring issues facing black and brown LGBT people.
The U.S. district judge halted the deportation for 14 days while he decides whether his court has jurisdiction to hear the plight of 114 Iraqis who fear torture and possible death if they are sent back to Iraq.
The vice president is celebrating the anniversary of the group, which has dialed back political involvement in an effort to withdraw from partisan culture wars.
As many as 100,000 people are expected to visit the Oregon town of Madras, predicted to be one of the best viewing locations for the Aug. 21 eclipse.
Fultz and Ball led a record-setting run of college freshmen opting for the NBA draft.
The tree, sent to Idaho's capital as a seedling by naturalist John Muir more than a century ago, is being moved Friday to make way for a hospital's expansion.