10 Things to Know for Today
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:
Days after her daughter was killed during a white supremacist march, Susan Bro tells mourners to honor the Heather Heyer's legacy by continuing to fight against injustice.
President Trump's chief strategist Steve Bannon points out that millions of South Koreans are within range of North Korean conventional weapons, which effectively prohibits a U.S. pre-emptive strike on Pyongyang's nuclear program.
The move follows resignations of several company CEOs in the fallout from the president's remarks about the Charlottesville, Va. white supremacist violence.
A court sends young Hong Kong activist Joshua Wong to prison, along with two other student leaders of huge pro-democracy protests that were held in 2014.
If built, the massive factory would be the first outside of Asia for liquid crystal display panels used in television, computers, medicine and other fields.
Nationally, fatalities in crashes where drugs were involved soared from 2,003 in 1993 to 7,438 in 2015, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.
Ugandan officials say they are overwhelmed by the flow of people fleeing South Sudan's civil war
Rescuers search the waters off Oahu for the two pilots and three crew members aboard The UH-60 Black Hawk when it crashed during nighttime training.
Research shows that getting DNA information about possible health risks produces no significant effect on diet, physical activity, drinking or smoking.
Demand for the iconic leather-and-rubber boots is climbing: 750,000 pairs are expected to be sold this year - up from fewer than 100,000 a decade ago.