10 Things to Know for Today
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:
Marie Yovanovitch is expected to relay her striking story of being suddenly recalled by Donald Trump and told to “watch my back,” events that sounded alarms about the White House’s shadow foreign policy in Ukraine.
A boy described as bright, quiet and “normal” pulled a gun from his backpack on his 16th birthday and opened fire at his suburban Los Angeles high school, killing two classmates and wounding three others.
The military statement indicates that Israel is willing to abide by the cease-fire with the Islamic Jihad militant group if there are no additional rocket attacks.
The Andean nation is headed into uncharted territory with lawmakers trying to reach a deal for new elections, protests raging in parts of the country and rival claims to the presidency.
Barack Obama and Deval Patrick were friends well before the White House years and have bonded over personal experiences and a strikingly similar approach to politics.
Waters are on the rise again in the Italian lagoon city, where the tide is reaching exceptional levels just three days after it experienced its worst flooding in more than 50 years.
Australia’s national carrier completes a 19 ½-hour, nonstop flight from London to Sydney, which was used to assess the effects of ultralong-haul flights on crew fatigue and passenger jetlag.
Huda Nasrallah, a Christian, is making her case on religious grounds because she believes Egyptian courts are more likely to respect existing structures within the society.
The Grammy winning singer says that she may not perform at the American Music Awards because the men who own her old recordings won’t allow her to play her songs.
Cleveland’s Myles Garrett is facing an unprecedented suspension by the NFL after he ripped off Pittsburgh quarterback Mason Rudolph’s helmet and clubbed him on the head in the final seconds of the Browns’ 21-7 win.