Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:
Democrats contend an independent investigation is the best way to answer questions about the Trump administration's ties to Russia, a notion rebuffed by the GOP.
The Trump administration suggests peace between the Israelis and Palestinians may not come in the form of a two-state solution — how this might actually be possible is not made clear.
News of the apparent assassination of the North Korean leader's sibling ripples across Asia and Malaysian police say they have arrested a woman in connection with Kim Jong Nam's death.
NATO defense ministers hold two days of talks focused on military spending, terrorism and relations with Russia.
An expert says the cracks on the Oroville Dam spillway surface could let water tear through the concrete if not properly repaired.
Well over half of drivers in every age group have texted behind the wheel, run a red light or driven faster than the speed limit in the last 30 days, the AAA Foundation says.
If successful, the balloting would send a message to politicians that workers in South Carolina are demanding the same protections and benefits as their colleagues in other areas.
8. PRODUCE AISLES IN SWEDEN GOING HIGH-TECH
Laser beams create tattoo-like patterns — in this case the product's name, country of origin and code number — ostensibly replacing labels and plastic packaging.
Kate Upton again graces the cover of Sports Illustrated's annual issue, becoming only the fourth woman to do it three times.
Rumor is crowned America's top dog when, a year after a near miss on the very same green carpet, the German shepherd came out of retirement to win best in show at Westminster.