10 Things to Know for Today
Your daily look at late breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:
He turns a campaign rally into a dissection of four Democratic congresswomen of color, deriding their liberal views and repeating that they leave the country, prompting the crowd to chant “Send her back!”
The president places racial animus at the center of his reelection campaign, and even some of his critics believe it could deliver him a second term.
3. ‘YOU DIE!’
A man burst into an animation production studio in Kyoto, Japan, and set it on fire, killing 13 people and leaving more than 10 others presumed dead.
The situation for asylum seekers and migrants is precarious in Nuevo Laredo, where organized crime is dominant and the U.S. government tells its own employees not to go.
Iranians feeling the squeeze from U.S. sanctions targeting its ailing economy are increasingly employing such digital currencies as Bitcoin to make money.
The House holds both in contempt of Congress for failing to comply with subpoenas related to a decision to add a citizenship question to the 2020 census.
But that didn’t deter a swelling group of protesters trying to stop construction of a telescope they’ve spent years trying to keep off a mountain sacred to some Native Hawaiians.
Trading starts next week in Shanghai on STAR Market for high-tech companies that play a key role in official development plans that are straining relations with Washington.
“It: Chapter Two” is not taking it easy on the grown losers’ club if the new trailer is any indication, and the shoot itself doesn’t sound much calmer than battling a demonic clown either.
The four-time major champion carded a quadruple-bogey 8 on the first hole at Royal Portrush as the Open Championship returned to Irish soil for the first time in 68 years.