10 Things to Know for Today
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:
A pair of Homeland Security memos lay bare how many of the estimated 11 million immigrants living in the U.S. illegally will be targeted for deportation. The short answer: a lot.
The women suspected of fatally poisoning the North Korean leader's half brother were trained to coat their hands with toxic chemicals, then wipe them on his face, police say. The North Korean embassy ridicules the police account.
After a litany of horrors, some are pushing for the creation of a Syrian court to prevent war criminals from escaping with impunity.
The scores of protesters have been told by the government to vacate their encampment on federal land in North Dakota.
A psychological trauma institute is being established at a university in Iraq to treat IS victims, including Yazidi women raped and tortured by the militants.
Communities downstream from a northern California reservoir gushing water for the first time in 20 years brace for flash floods and evacuations.
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In landmark research, the hormone failed to improve older men's memory or mental function, challenging the anti-aging claims of popular supplements.
The right-wing writer's resignation follows days of criticism after the release of video clips in which he appeared to defend sexual relationships between men and boys as young as 13.
9. FLOURISHING WHERE OTHERS HAVE FAILED
An American musician and a fan of his band have been making high-end microphones in Russia since 2014 - a rare example of success in the country's consumer goods industry.
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The National Park Service is trying to figure out who unfurled a giant banner at the Statue of Liberty saying "Refugees Welcome."