Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about Monday:
Administration officials say the president’s plan to enact stiff duties on imported steel and aluminum will be wide-ranging and won’t target any particular countries.
Election projections show a center-right coalition that includes an anti-migrant party edging past the populist 5-Star Movement, but no single bloc or party with the support to win a majority in Parliament.
Rockwell receives the Supporting Actor award for his role in “Three Billboards outside Ebbing, Missouri.”
China’s rubberstamp legislators gather to approve changes that will remove term limits and let President Xi Jinping rule indefinitely.
A statement posted on the embassy’s web page urges U.S. citizens to avoid the embassy in Ankara as well as large crowds.
The educators — some of the lowest-paid in the nation — are angered that a 5-percent raise they negotiated with the governor has been cut by the state Senate.
Facebook’s chief technology says the company is hiring 10,000 people to help check facts on U.S. content, in the wake of Russian abuse of the social network in the 2016 election.
The footage, found at a local flea market, captures scenes two weeks after the powerful earthquake and fire that killed thousands and flattened much of the city.
The garishly appointed 25,000-square-foot mansion that’s fallen into disrepair is being converted into a house of worship.
At Oxford University’s track in 1954, Roger Bannister ran the first sub 4-minute mile.