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 New York Times report that he ordered the firing of special counsel Robert Mueller last June, but backed down after White House lawyer Don McGahn threatened to resign.
The U.S. president describes “tremendous discussions” with Rwandan President Paul Kagame, who is beginning a one-year term as head of the African Union.
Supporters of the Republican president are lashing out against his proposal to create a path to citizenship for nearly 2 million “Dreamer” immigrants.
Jose David Aguilar Moran, Honduras’ new national police chief, helped a cartel leader pull off the delivery of nearly a ton of cocaine in 2013, AP learns.
The landmark square in Syria’s largest city is packed with children playing and visitors taking selfies, but half of it is in ruins and tens of thousands of its residents displaced.
Texas Democrat Beto O’Rourke is forsaking a safe seat in Congress for the longest of odds in an attempt to unseat Republican Sen. Ted Cruz.
The fire at Sejong Hospital in the country’s south killed at least 37 people, mainly from suffocation, and injured nearly 130 others.
A new hunting law falls prey to old habits in Lebanon as hunters turn their guns on great white pelicans.
The reigning best actor winner faced sexual harassment allegations against him in 2010, which became the subject of heightened scrutiny last year and in the growing “Me Too” movement.
Just weeks before the Winter Games, there’s unease as the government desperately tries to measure up to the image of an Olympic host city.