10 Things to Know for Today
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:
Israel’s interior minister says he has received and granted a request by Democratic Rep. Rashida Tlaib to enter the Israeli-occupied West Bank on humanitarian grounds. Israel had earlier decided to ban Tlaib and Rep. Ilhan Omar from visiting.
A review of 38 legal claims obtained by the AP shows taxpayers could be on the hook for more than $200 million in damages from parents who say their children were harmed while in U.S. government custody.
Trump seeks to reassure supporters about the state of the U.S. economy and tells rallygoers in New Hampshire that their financial security depends on his reelection.
In light of pro-democracy protests, members of China’s paramilitary police have been seen marching and practicing crowd-control tactics at a sports complex across from Hong Kong.
Global shares were mostly higher, although turbulence continues on global markets amid ongoing worries about the U.S.-China trade conflict.
A judge orders the state to quickly pivot to hand-marked paper ballots if election officials fail to meet the timeline they’ve set to implement a new voting system.
North Korea says it has no plans to talk with South Korea and fires two more projectiles into the sea to extend a torrid streak of weapons display that’s apparently aimed at pressuring Washington and Seoul over their joint drills and slow nuclear negotiations.
A Texas man invites the world to join him in remembering his companion of 22 years, slain in the mass shooting at a border-town Walmart.
When it comes to Pete Buttigieg in South Carolina, many religious black voters are conflicted between a cultural openness for same-sex marriage and their deeply held biblical convictions.
Tie-dyed pilgrims and white-haired Woodstock festival veterans are converging at the generation-defining site to celebrate its 50th anniversary.