10 Things to Know for Today
Your daily look at late breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:
The Revolutionary Guard says it took down the drone over Iranian airspace, while U.S. officials tell the AP that the downing happened over international airspace in the Strait of Hormuz.
In a rare visit to his reclusive neighbor, China’s president and Kim Jong Un are expected to discuss stalled nuclear negotiations with Washington.
A new AP-NORC poll shows people prefer a focus on potential asteroid impacts, scientific research into the cosmos and robots over humans for future exploration.
Texas officials are raising concerns over Rapid DNA analysis that has been used to identify wildfire victims, solve rape cases and verify migrant family connections.
Meng Hongwei admits to accepting more than $2 million in bribes and expresses regret for his crime at a hearing, a Chinese court says.
A small but growing movement in Europe and North America is shunning air travel because it produces high levels of greenhouse gas emissions.
Syrians in Lebanon are facing a new aggressive campaign as politicians crack down on unpermitted work and construction.
The former Red Sox slugger was shot in the back by a gunman who mistook him for the real target at the same table at an outdoor cafe, Dominican officials say.
The self-driving car pioneer partners with the automakers for a ride-hailing service that will dispatch a fleet of robotaxis in France and Japan.
Tampa Bay Lightning star winger Nikita Kucherov took home three big prizes, including the Hart Trophy awarded to the league MVP.