10 Things to Know for Today
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:
In a new book, Trump’s former top adviser labels the president as an undisciplined man-child who didn’t actually want to win the White House and quotes Bannon as calling his son’s contact with a Russian lawyer “treasonous.”
The first three days of 2018 have been filled with blistering presidential tweets, White House infighting and feuds with foreign adversaries that governed the president’s first year in office.
A monster winter storm packing snow, ice and high winds, followed by possible record-breaking cold, is moving up the Eastern Seaboard.
Saudi Arabia has largely remained quiet, while Israel has wholeheartedly and openly tried to woo Iranian protesters.
Democrats in Congress are struggling to adopt a unified strategy to protect hundreds of thousands of young immigrants from deportation.
A tie in a Virginia legislative race will be decided by pulling a name out of a ceramic bowl.
The White House says more than a dozen states refused to comply with the panel’s demand for personal voter data.
Three cars carrying more than 300 people from Miami to New York come off the rails in snowy Savannah but no injuries were reported, authorities say.
Australian actress and anti-sexual harassment campaigner Cate Blanchett will head this year’s film festival jury.
A hip problem that has kept the three-time major champion out of competitive tennis since Wimbledon will sideline the Scottish star in Melbourne.
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