10 Things to Know for Wednesday
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about Wednesday:
The president, reaching across the aisle, suggests a two-phased immigration approach - first by addressing young immigrants and border security, then by making comprehensive changes that have long eluded Congress.
The founder of a firm that commissioned the dossier says its author took it to the agency because of a concern about "whether a political candidate was being blackmailed."
Mudslides kill at least eight people and sweep homes off their foundations in areas stripped of vegetation by Southern California's recent wildfires.
During rare talks, North Korea agrees to send a delegation to next month's Winter Olympics in South Korea, and the rivals seek other ways to lower animosity along their border.
Reza Pahlavi tells the AP that the demonstrations unsettling his homeland could be a chance to topple the Islamic Republic.
The former Arizona sheriff - one of Trump's biggest supporters - announces he'll seek the seat being vacated by Republican Jeff Flake - one of the president's fiercest critics.
The decision by the ex-White House chief strategist to step down as chairman of the conservative website lead follows a public break with Trump.
Japanese automakers Toyota and Mazda pick the state for a new $1.6 billion manufacturing plant that's expected to employ about 4,000 people, a person briefed on the decision tells the AP.
Kensington Palace says that Prince Harry's fiancee has shut down her social media accounts in line with royal tradition.
With his brazen move during the NCAA title game, 'Bama coach Nick Saban sets in motion an unanticipated quarterback competition between Jalen Hurts and the man of the moment, Tua Tagovailoa.