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 now former national security adviser held far more hawkish views than the “America first” president on matters like Iran, North Korea and Afghanistan.
Mournful ceremonies, volunteering, appeals to “never forget” and rising attention to the terror attacks’ extended toll on responders will mark the 18th anniversary.
Trump declares peace negotiations “dead,” deeply unfortunate wording for Afghan civilians who have been killed by the tens of thousands over almost 18 years.
Conservative Republican Dan Bishop captures an open House seat, a narrow victory deemed a bellwether for GOP chances in 2020.
That Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s decision to suspend Parliament was unlawful, but did not order it to be overturned. Judges say Britain’s Supreme Court must make the final decision.
Syrian refugees, trapped in a cycle of poverty and debt in Jordan and unwanted by the West, are afraid to return home.
Retired Maj. Gen. Hugo Carvajal, Hugo Chávez’s spy chief, is wanted in the U.S. on drug trafficking charges — and is offering to help Venezuela’s opposition, AP reports.
A small but growing number of U.S. veterans are turning to beekeeping as a potential treatment for anxiety, PTSD and other conditions.
Apple ($5 per month) and Walt Disney Co. ($7) are finally taking on Netflix and its $13 price tag with their own streaming businesses.
A former trainer for Antonio Brown says she was raped by the star wideout, allegations he denies.