Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:
George Nader wired $2.5 million to a Trump fundraiser, money then used to bankroll an effort to persuade U.S. lawmakers to take a hard line against UAE-rival Qatar, an AP investigation finds.
In U.S. cities with large refugee populations, the reality can be decidedly different for neighbors, the result of Trump administration policies that sort people by nationality and, by extension, religion.
The adult film star tells CBS’ “60 Minutes” she was threatened to keep silent about an alleged tryst with Trump in 2006.
Justices are weighing a political line-drawing case in Maryland, which may offer fresh clues to what they think about partisan gerrymandering.
Critics view the absence of a serious challenger to President Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi as a signal of the country's return to the authoritarian rule that prevailed since the 1950s.
With fire alarms silent and staff reportedly nowhere to be seen, a fire at a mall packed with children and their parents kills dozens in Siberia.
A similar data breach by Facebook in the future could make the social network liable for fines of more than $1.6 billion.
Seventy-four years after Frank Fazekas Sr.'s fighter aircraft crashed into a French beet field, the remains of the American pilot have been discovered and will be buried at Arlington.
Economists are expressing optimism that tax cuts and increased government spending will accelerate economic growth over the next two years.
The Final Four features favorites in Villanova, Kansas and Michigan along with surprising 11-seed Loyola-Chicago.