10 Things to Know for Today
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:
1. SUPREME COURT SAVING ONE OF BIGGEST CASES FOR LAST
Justices will hear arguments over Trump's ban on travelers from several mostly Muslim countries.
2. WHY SENATORS ARE GROWING FRUSTRATED
Lawmakers from both parties feel that the White House is skipping crucial vetting of nominees and leaving lawmakers to clean up the mess.
3. WHAT AWAITS KIM JONG UN AT SUMMIT
North Korea's leader will face an aggressive South Korean media scrambling to document every aspect of the world's most famous Korean's visit.
4. POLICE: VAN ATTACK SUSPECT POSTED 'CRYPTIC' SOCIAL MEDIA POST
The now-deleted Facebook message posted before a van plowed onto a crowded Toronto sidewalk killing 10 people is raising the possibility Alek Minassian, 25, nursed grudges against women.
5. 'HANG ONTO HIM IF YOU CAN'
The co-owner of a Colorado crane company where the suspected Waffle House gunman once worked says she urged federal officials to keep Travis Reinking in custody after his arrest outside the White House in July.
6. IN MYANMAR, FORGOTTEN KACHIN CONFLICT INTENSIFIES
The army is accused of grave abuse, including killings, rape and forced labor against the Christian minority and at least 10,000 people have been displaced since January alone.
7. 'I SMELL THE OIL. I SEE THE FIRE. I HEAR THE SCREAMING.'
In an interview with the AP, Andrea Chancey, now 36, remembers vividly Amtrak's deadliest accident ever - a 1993 crash in a south Alabama bayou that killed 47 people.
8. 'BLUE WAVE' STALLS IN PHOENIX SUBURBS
It took a big money push from the Republican Party, tweets by Trump and the support of the state's current and former governors, but the GOP holds onto an Arizona U.S. House seat.
9. MEEK MILL ATTENDS NBA GAME AFTER PRISON RELEASE
The rapper receives a hero's welcome during the Philadelphia 76ers' playoff game after a court ordered his release while he appeals decade-old gun and drug convictions.
10. AND NOW, D-WADE PONDERS HARDWOOD FUTURE
After the Miami Heat bowed out of the NBA playoffs in the first round, Dwyane Wade will decide if he wants to end his all-but-certain Hall of Fame career.