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 president turns to name-calling and foul language as he defends himself from the impeachment inquiry, while House Democrats quietly vow new subpoenas for documents and witnesses.
Republicans who carried out Bill Clinton’s impeachment in 1998 are urging caution and restraint as Congress embarks on yet another impeachment struggle.
The Trump administration is shifting care of some migrant children from religious nonprofits to the private, for-profit sector, AP finds.
The company’s critics say documents unearthed in a legal battle with a defunct startup will show how the social media giant leveraged its market dominance to crush or absorb competitors.
The teenager who was the first victim of police gunfire in Hong Kong’s monthslong pro-democracy protests has been charged with rioting and attacking police.
The brother of Botham Jean, fatally shot in his own apartment by Dallas police officer Amber Guyger, hugged the sobbing officer in a stunning courtroom scene after she was sentenced to a decade in prison.
The death toll since seemingly spontaneous anti-government corruption protests erupted across the country earlier this week has now risen 19.
The retail giant will curate a list of high quality providers for employees but offer fewer choices than under the current plan.
Alaska’s northern fur seals are showing up in growing numbers at an unlikely location _ a tiny island that forms the tip of an active undersea volcano.
Yandy Diaz homers twice as Tampa Bay beats Oakland 5-1 in the AL wild-card for the right to take on the Houston Astros _ baseball’s best team in the regular season.