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 Maryland congressman became the powerful chairman of a U.S. House committee that investigated Trump and was a formidable orator who passionately advocated for the poor.
European Union and British negotiators have agreed on an outline for a divorce deal from the 28-nation bloc which still needs further ratification.
Vice President Mike Pence and Secretary of State Mike Pompeo arrive in Turkey to mount an improbable push for a cease-fire in Syria.
Gordon Sondland is expected to tell House lawmakers that he was merely repeating Trump’s reassurances when he told another envoy there was no quid pro quo in the administration’s dealings with Ukraine.
Classes in the nation’s third-largest school district were preemptively canceled as parents and community groups scramble to prepare for the walkout.
Many in the black community say they’ve seen at least initial signs of swifter action in the days after Atatiana Jefferson’s killing by a white Fort Worth police officer.
That its multibillion-dollar Expo 2020 will draw 25 million visitors, encourage business and spur development of the city.
As Venezuela’s mass exodus persists, fears are rising that the initial warm welcome many migrants received has begun to wear thin in other South American countries.
The United Auto Workers’ chief bargainer says a tentative deal with the automaker represents “major gains” for 49,000 union workers.
In the NBA as broadcasters, referees, coaches, front office executives and owners.