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 USS John S. McCain suffers damage to its port side in the second accident involving a ship from the Navy's 7th Fleet in the Pacific in two months.
Monday's total eclipse will cast a shadow that will race through 14 states, starting near Lincoln City, Oregon, at 1:16 p.m. EDT
The speech Monday night will give Trump a chance for a reset after one of the most difficult weeks of his short presidency.
Jerry Lewis - the manic performer whose pratfalls led him to stardom, and who later found new fame as the tireless, teary host of the annual muscular dystrophy telethons - dies at 91.
A French official says a suspect who rammed his white van into two bus stops in the southern French city of Marseille, killing a woman, is being treated for psychological problems.
Police search northeastern region bordering France for the man suspected of driving the van that ran over in Barcelona and killed 14 people.
Pyongyang decries the largely computer simulated war games as an invasion rehearsal.
The killing of a Chicago hairstylist was linked to a sexual fantasy hatched online between a Northwestern University professor and an Oxford University employee, an assistant state attorney says.
China first ran trains at 350 kilometers (217 miles) per hour in August 2008, but later cut speeds back after a two-train wreck.
After 12 deep bongs Monday, repair work will keep the bell from ringing until 2021.