10 Things to Know for Today
By The Associated Press
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:
Even Republican leaders are conceding that the latest push to repeal "Obamacare" is all but dead after Sen. Susan Collins' decision to oppose the measure.
They view a recent video simulating the shooting down of approaching U.S. warplanes as a tit-for-tat response by North Korea to Trump's fiery rhetoric.
Which companies in China manufacture and export the multimillion-dollar line of the president's daughter and adviser is more secret than ever, an AP investigation finds.
The attack at the upscale community of Har Adar by a 37-year-old man hiding among day laborers is the deadliest in a two-year spate of violence.
These partitions, once rare in the region, are far more common now in the chaos that followed the 2011 Arab Spring.
But the situation is far from normal in the hurricane-ravaged U.S. territory and many customers are going home disappointed.
The magnitude 7.1 temblor could knock between 0.1 and 0.3 percentage points off the country's gross domestic product in the third and fourth quarters.
Securities and Exchange Commission Chairman Jay Clayton after the agency acknowledged that it also was a victim to a hack.
Indonesia's disaster agency says more than 75,000 people have fled Mount Agung on the tourist island because of fears of an eruption.
Led by owner Jerry Jones, players and coaches locked arms and kneeled before the anthem, then rose together and walked back to the sideline before Jordin Sparks sang the "Star Spangled Banner."Associated Press