10 Things to Know for Today
Your daily look at late breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:
Police deploy tear gas, pepper spray and high-pressure water hoses against protesters who lay siege to government buildings to oppose a contentious extradition bill.
The two unleashed verbal attacks in Iowa that at times felt more like the closing stretch before Election Day rather than 17 months out.
A House panel invites two former leaders of the FBI’s national security branch to testify about the counterintelligence implications of Mueller’s investigation.
Shinzo Abe’s trip is the highest-level effort yet to de-escalate tensions between the U.S. and Iran and salvage the 2015 nuclear accord and comes as violence in the Persian Gulf continues.
The Defense Department is rolling out big changes to how it responds when the children of service members sexually assault each other — and the rollout has been uneven, AP finds.
That the facilities failed to report thousands of serious cases of potential neglect and abuse of Medicare beneficiaries even though the government requires it.
The death of a 5-year-old Palestinian girl after brain surgery at a Jerusalem hospital draws attention to a harsh Israeli system for issuing travel permits to patients and their families from blockaded Gaza.
The president’s aggressive and wildly unpredictable use of tariffs spooks American business groups, long a potent force in his Republican Party.
The popular former Red Sox slugger traveled the dangerous streets of Santo Domingo with little or no security, trusting in his fans to protect him.
Even with an Achilles injury, the Golden State star will impact where the dominoes fall as players choose their destinations.