10 Things to Know for Today
Your daily look at late breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:
Noya Dahan, 8, had finished praying and gone to play with other children at her Southern California synagogue when she was wounded by a gunman.
The center-left Socialist party wins re-election and will try to form a government, but it will need to negotiate the support of smaller rival parties to pass legislation.
The scale of the explosives seized following last week’s eruption of violence, as well as the continued warning of authorities that more militants remain on the loose, only add to the dread.
The AP interviewed some voters in southern stretches of Colorado and most say they are more concerned with health care and living costs.
The former vice president is signaling he hopes to own what may be the 2020 election’s toughest battleground.
Ashraf Ghani says a council will set the framework for peace talks with the militant group, but several leading Afghans are boycotting in a sign of discord in the government ranks.
Legislators are debating whether to fix, expand or end a program that promised public service workers that any remaining debt on federal student loans would be erased after 10 years of payments.
Honolulu’s former police chief and his prosecutor wife face charges that they funded a lavish lifestyle by defrauding banks, relatives and children, AP learns.
“Avengers: Endgame” shatters records for the biggest opening weekend ever selling an estimated $350 million in tickets in the U.S. and Canada, and $1.2 billion globally.
The new film “The Dominican Dream” helps super-hyped prep star Felipe Lopez tell his story.