10 Things to Know for Today
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:
The legal fight over the president’s ruling on travelers from seven predominantly Muslim nations could shift to the U.S. Supreme Court.
The president reaffirms America’s long-standing “one China” policy in a call with his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping.
Trump’s choice for health secretary, Rep. Tom Price, is the latest of a handful of nominees to squeeze through to confirmation by a bitterly-divided, partisan U.S. Senate.
Republican U.S. Rep. Jason Chaffetz is greeted with boos and grilled by hundreds of constituents on everything from investigating Trump’s tax returns to Planned Parenthood.
Officials point to a single federal immigration permit as evidence they can let some 700 foreign fishermen confined to their American boats to catch and sell seafood in the state, The AP finds.
The 38th anniversary of the 1979 revolution is being commemorated with massive rallies.
Rio de Janeiro pulled off last year’s Summer Games, fending off dire forecasts, but a harsh reality sets in as Brazil plunges into its deepest recession in memory.
It asks seven other states for a lethal injection drug in an attempt to continue putting inmates to death, according to a court filing.
New Zealanders are rushing to keep about 400 alive after they were stranded.
John Oliver returns to HBO and Alec Baldwin guest hosts on “Saturday Night Live.”