Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:
Infuriated by ongoing Seoul/Washington drills, Pyongyang is threatening to scrap a historic summit next month between Trump and Kim Jong Un, with a senior diplomat saying the country refuses to be pressured into one-sidedly abandoning its nukes.
Two of the president's favored candidates, Lou Barletta in Pennsylvania and Deb Fischer in Nebraska, win their U.S. Senate primaries.
Guatemala festively opens its new embassy in Jerusalem, becoming the second country to do so after the United States.
Even though the president's involvement in the project predates his election, ethics experts say it possibly puts him in violation of the emoluments clause of the Constitution, which bans gifts from foreign governments.
The former New York City mayor's decision to join Trump's legal team could backfire if potential clients of his consulting business view him as too erratic and go elsewhere for representation.
An AP analysis shows his foundation has given about $44 million to outside groups over the past two years to help shape state education plans.
Trump's pick to be the next CIA director picks up Democratic support and is expected to get a nod from the Senate intelligence committee.
Federal and local authorities are trying to find remnants of a bomb that exploded at a Southern California medical office, leaving a woman dead and three other people injured.
Prince Harry's press office says it is not commenting on reports that Meghan Markle's father needs a heart procedure and will miss the royal wedding.
The Celtics withstand a 42-point night by LeBron James to beat the Cavs 107-94 and take a 2-0 lead in the East finals, a lead they've never blown in a playoff series.