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 U.S. secretary of state says he will talk to officials of Persian Gulf nations as well as countries in Asia and Europe as he sets out to build an international coalition against Iran
As the U.S. continues to pile sanctions on the country, the economic pressure facing Iran’s 80 million people can be seen everywhere.
Should the 2020 presidential candidates attack each other more aggressively or focus their fire on President Donald Trump?
The shooting of unarmed black man by a police officer raised tensions during a town hall in South Bend, Indiana, where the Democratic presidential candidate is mayor.
This includes telling “hard truths” to loved ones about chances for rescue and clarifying the government’s position on ransom payments.
More U.S. teams are turning to the technology that combines cellphone GPS with digital maps detailing cliffs, caves, waterways and other hard-to-search terrain for missing people.
About 400 people paid tribute to seven bikers who were members or supporters of the Marine JarHeads killed in a devastating collision with a pickup truck
Prime Minister Scott Morrison says eight Australian offspring of two slain Islamic State group fighters have been removed from Syria in Australia’s first organized repatriation from the conflict zone.
9. TO THE MOON!
Fifty years after hundreds of millions of people watched the first moon landing brands from Budweiser to Oreo and Lego continue to tap into the nostalgia of the giant leap for mankind.
Singer Mary J. Blige, filmmaker Tyler Perry and the late rapper Nipsey Hussle were each recognized for their achievements during the lively show hosted by actress Regina Hall.