10 Things to Know for Today
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:
Gun control advocates say they are ready to rumble now that the president, a darling of the National Rifle Association, is in the Oval Office.
The state concludes an aggressive lethal injection schedule, executing a fourth inmate in eight days.
China has refused to confirm or deny U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson's assertion that Beijing has threatened to impose unilateral sanctions on Pyongyang if it conducts further nuclear tests.
Francis aims to present a united Christian-Muslim front that repudiates violence committed in God's name during his two-day trip to Cairo.
The decision deals a setback to the White House, which has pressured congressional Republicans to pass the bill by Saturday -Trump's 100th day in office.
But economists foresee a sharp rebound in the current April-June quarter on the strength of solid job growth, higher consumer confidence and stock-market records.
Trump's organization is promising that its first resort in Asia will have breathtaking views overlooking a famed nearby temple, but Bali's height restrictions prohibit structures higher than coconut palms - about 49 feet.
New FDA rules to help people find out how many calories are in their restaurant meals are set to go into effect next week. But they could be pushed back if grocery stores, convenience stores and pizza delivery chains get their way.
Examples including a robot that zaps and vacuums up venomous lionfish in Bermuda, and a helicopter that pelts Guam's trees with poison-baited dead mice to fight the voracious brown tree snake.
Despite defensive studs everywhere in pro football's annual draft, teams went after offensive talent, especially quarterbacks like North Carolina's Mitchell Trubisky.