10 Things to Know for Today
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:
Although optimistic about the historic meeting with North Korea's reclusive leader, the president says he could still pull out if he feels it's "not going to be fruitful."
U.S. airline regulators will order inspections on engine fan blades like the one that snapped off a Southwest Airlines plane, leading to the death of a 43 year-old banking executive from New Mexico.
Miguel Mario Diaz-Canel Bermudez, a 57-year-old bureaucrat, faces economic stagnation, an aging population and increasing disenchantment among younger generations.
The president rejects the prime minister's efforts to win a pass on tariffs for Japan and persuade the U.S. to re-join the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade deal.
Pyongyang's new national budget reflects steady growth, gives big boosts to just about everything and perplexes experts trying to understand what's really going on.
Some male victims of sexual assault and abuse wonder whether men with similar scars will ever receive a comparable level of public empathy and understanding.
The comedian's lawyers in his sexual assault retrial counter harrowing testimony with a woman who says chief accuser Andrea Constand mused about framing a celebrity in hopes of a big payday.
Leaders in the Christian ethnic community say 2,000 civilians are isolated in the jungle after fleeing clashes between government troops and Kachin guerrillas and need urgent medical attention.
The investigation into the overdose death of the music superstar reaches a critical stage as Minnesota prosecutors reveal whether criminal charges will be filed.
LeBron James scores 46 points as the Cavaliers bounce back from a poor performance in the series opener by holding off the Pacers 100-97.