Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about Thursday:
A gunman opens fire on Republican lawmakers at a congressional baseball practice, wounding House Whip Steve Scalise and several others, before he is killed by police.
The man who shot a top GOP congressman and several others had a long history of lashing out at Republicans.
Terrified residents of the Grenfell Tower say there was little warning of the inferno that engulfed their high-rise apartment building and left at least 12 people dead.
An AP-NORC poll finds two-thirds of those surveyed say the president has little or no respect for America’s democratic institutions and traditions.
Gunmen posing as military forces explode a car bomb that kills at least nine in Somalia’s capital, then take hostages inside a popular restaurant.
Fred Warmbier, father of the American college student released by North Korea and now hospitalized in a coma, says his son was “brutalized” by his captors.
A slew of trademarks that belong to President Trump had been rejected by the Chinese government, in whole or in part. Now Beijing has changed its mind.
Five people, including the head of Michigan’s health department, are charged with involuntary manslaughter in the death of an 85-year-old man who had Legionnaires’ disease.
Phrases sprinkled throughout the rock legend’s lecture for his Nobel Prize in literature are very similar to phrases from an online summation of “Moby Dick.”
The Penguins’ Stanley Cup championship, the first an NHL team has won back-to-back in almost 20 years, spawns by far the biggest victory parade of any of the franchise’s five titles.