10 Things to Know for Today
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:
Angry and frustrated over corruption and violence, voters elect Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, giving him a mandate to upend the political establishment and govern for the poor.
Several refugee families, who escaped danger in their homelands, were enjoying a 3-year-old’s celebration in Boise when a man ran up and began chasing and stabbing the children and the adults who tried to intervene.
The drop may reflect seasonal trends or it could signal that Trump’s “zero-tolerance” policy to criminally prosecute every adult who enters the country illegally is having a deterrent effect.
There is rising concern that U.S. adversaries will use new technology to make phony but authentic-looking videos to influence political campaigns or jeopardize national security.
The goal is one year, although U.S. intelligence reports signs that Pyongyang doesn’t intend to fully give up its arsenal.
Republican Susan Collins says she would oppose any Supreme Court nominee she believed would overturn Roe v. Wade.
Divers are making progress through a key passageway inside the flooded mountain cave where 12 boys and their soccer coach have been missing for more than a week.
In Indonesia, where researchers say the virus that causes AIDS is being fueled by a gay hate climate.
The Cincinnati Zoo’s globally famous premature hippo is increasingly becoming an educational and literary force.
LeBron James, the four-time NBA MVP, is signing a mega $150-million-plus deal with the Los Angeles Lakers, leaving Cleveland for the second time in his brilliant career.