10 Things to Know for Today
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:
GOP House leaders seemed to be calculating that at crunch time, they could coax enough dissidents to pass the bill that aims to repeal and replace Obamacare.
Nine people are currently in custody in connection with the Westminster attack that killed 4.
Advocates say the pipeline will improve U.S. energy security and create jobs, while opponents contend the jobs will be minimal and short-lived, and the project threatens the environment.
4. FACTS OFTEN FOLLOW FICTION FOR TRUMP
The president has developed a pattern of making an outrageous claim, then wait until something emerges that can be spun as vindication.
Congress overrode then-President Obama's veto last fall and approved a law that allows a civil case to go forward that seeks to hold Saudi Arabia accountable for the Sept. 11 attacks.
6. HONG KONG IS POISED TO CHOOSE NEW LEADER
Members of a committee dominated by Beijing-favored elites will cast their ballots in the first such vote since 2014's huge pro-democracy protests.
The organizations are joining forces to push for $15-an-hour minimum wage.
More than 300 people - most of whom were students on a high school trip - died when the vessel sank on April 16, 2014.
The boys were in their babysitters' car when she stepped out for an errand and someone stole it.
No. 11 seed Xavier and No. 7 South Carolina emerge as the latest underdogs in the basketball tourney.