10 Things to Know for Today
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:
Former police officer Joseph DeAngelo, the suspected Golden State Killer, was charged with eight counts of murder in a decades-old case after being linked to the crimes through his DNA.
Kim Jong Un and Moon Jae-in must lay the foundation for a planned meeting between the North Korean leader and Trump with a successful summit of their own.
Scott Pruitt is expected to face questions about spending and ethics scandals that have triggered bipartisan calls on Capitol Hill for his ouster.
A bipartisan Senate subcommittee finds the government risks placing tens of thousands of migrant children in the custody of human traffickers because agencies have delayed crucial reforms.
The shift is relatively new tactic for the Islamic militant group known for suicide bombings and rocket attacks.
Tens of thousands of teachers and their supporters are expected to march and rally in Phoenix and Denver to demand pay raises and increased education funding.
A new technique that relies on genetics is revolutionizing food poisoning investigation and identifying common causes in scattered and seemingly unrelated illnesses.
The legislation to safeguard the special counsel's job has split Republicans as Trump has repeatedly criticized the former FBI director's Russia investigation.
Joanna Hendon says the president is ready to offer his opinion on what evidence seized from Michael Cohen's home and office are protected by attorney-client privilege.
The star Penn State running back could slip in the NFL draft if teams find it too irresistible to pass on a franchise-altering quarterback.