10 Things to Know for Wednesday
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about Wednesday:
Turning back to the populism that helped drive his election campaign, the president signs an order he says should help American workers whose jobs are threatened by skilled immigrants.
"We are with you 100 percent," he tells Japanese PM Shinzo Abe in Tokyo in the aftermath of North Korea's latest failed missile launch.
It marks a violent end to the multistate manhunt for Steve Stephens, whose case renews criticism of the social network over how responsibly it polices objectionable material posted by users.
A man kills three people, shouting "Allahu akbar" during his arrest, although authorities say the shooting isn't connected to terrorism.
PM Theresa May hopes to strengthen her hand in European Union exit talks and tighten her grip on a fractious Conservative Party.
A special election in Georgia is the latest proxy between Republican President Trump and the opposition movement.
His doctors diagnosed a mild case of pneumonia that has been treated and resolved.
As state officials prepare to carry out a double execution, lawyers for the condemned men look to be taking a different approach: claiming the prisoners are actually innocent.
Facebook's CEO envisions the marriage of augmented reality and the social network's camera feature enabling people to make even mundane chores look entertaining.
Through four days of the host's vacation, his Fox News Channel show declines an average of 23 percent in the hands of three substitutes.