10 Things to Know for Today
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:
Reversing his past calls for a speedy exit, Trump recommits the U.S. to the 16-year-old war in Afghanistan, but declined to disclose how many more troops will be dispatched to wage America's longest war.
But the president is likely to hear some protests over his immigration policies and his comments about a white supremacist rally.
The commander of the U.S. Pacific Fleet says some remains of Navy sailors were found in a compartment of the USS John McCain, a day after the warship's collision with an oil tanker in Southeast Asian waters.
The U.S. defense secretary says the extremists are now trapped in a military vise that will squeeze them on both sides of the Syria-Iraq border.
Senior U.S. military commanders dismiss calls to pause or downsize exercises with South Korea they call crucial to countering a clear threat from Pyongyang.
The White House rejects a coal industry push to issue a rarely used emergency order protecting coal-fired power plants.
A regional train crashes into an unoccupied, parked train in Upper Darby, injuring 42 people - but none of the injuries are life-threatening, a SEPTA spokeswoman says.
American schools presenting accounts of the 1860s conflict vary from state to state and even district to district.
But the elaborate hurdles for potential weed-friendly coffee shops and gathering places may mean Colorado's largest city gets few takers.
Sin City's nightclubs have booked a long list of celebrities, and high-rolling gamblers and VIPs have snagged some of the most luxurious accommodations in town.