Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:
A bipartisan group of four lawmakers is crafting a bill to protect special counsel Robert Mueller’s job as the president publicly muses about firing him.
Trump faces continuing churn in his administration and a tough challenge in midterm elections, while Xi Jinping leads an outwardly stable authoritarian regime.
The Facebook chief told senators that he made mistakes and the social network’s mission is to “help people connect.” And no, he’s not resigning.
An AP review finds the majority of state legislative chambers across the U.S. have no records publicly available of sexual misconduct claims, even where lawmakers have been disciplined or publicly accused of harassment.
The North African country’s emergency services says more than 100 people were killed in the crash of a Soviet-designed Il-76 plane southwest of the capital.
The attorney general is traveling to New Mexico to speak about immigration to a meeting of sheriffs while National Guard troops deploy to the U.S.-Mexico border.
Science has made promising advances in amputations and artificial limbs in the five years since the attack that maimed 17.
Those are a few favorite things when it comes to “managing up” at work, but handling a difficult boss can be tricky and if not played correctly, a job killer.
As Israel marks Holocaust memorial day, there are fewer numbers of those who actively resisted the Nazis during World War II and helped shape Israel’s fighting spirit.
For Denver and Minnesota, the winner of Game 82 goes to the playoffs, loser to the offseason.