10 Things to Know for Tuesday
By The Associated Press
May. 09, 2017
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about Monday:
Testifying before Congress, Sally Yates says she advised the incoming president that then-National Security Adviser Michael Flynn "essentially could be blackmailed" by the Russians.
Liberal candidate Moon Jae-in is widely predicted to win after President Park Geun-hye was driven from office and arrested on corruption charges.
Incoming President Emmanuel Macron must pick up a working majority in the National Assembly to make good on his campaign vows to lift France out of economic gloom.
An investigation into the death of a Penn State fraternity pledge shows that a frat member made a 911 call 12 hours after Timothy Piazza fell face-first down a basement stairway after heavy drinking.
The court considers whether to look at comments made by Trump and his aides in order to determine whether the policy illegally targets Muslims.
Crumbling water, drain and sewer pipes are creating more of the sudden washouts across the U.S. in unlikely places, such as Manhattan, Atlanta and San Francisco.
Aaron Juan Saucedo, 23, is accused of killing 9 people and wounding two others from 2015-16 in attacks that terrorized a largely Latino neighborhood.
Matt Furie lays the character to rest in a rebuke to far-right extremists who transformed the benevolent internet meme into a racist, anti-Semitic symbol.
The marquee attraction is Flight of Passage, where a 3-D simulator plunges riders into a cinematic world inspired by the "Avatar" movie.
Nick Bonino's dive underscores that in pro hockey, exaggerating a potential penalty to get a call against the opponent has long been part of the game.