Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:
In Pyongyang, the North Korean autocrat was lavished with state media's enthusiastic claims of a victorious meeting with Trump, who in turn faced questions about whether he gave away too much.
Rep. Mark Sanford, a vocal critic of the president, lost his congressional seat after Trump tweeted about the incumbent's public extramarital affair seven years ago.
The coalition backing Yemen's exiled government strikes Hodeida, a battle that aid agencies warn could push the Arab world's poorest country into further chaos.
Dennis Hof, the owner of half a dozen legal brothels in Nevada and star of the HBO adult reality series "Cathouse," ousts a three-term lawmaker for the state Legislature.
Comcast is likely to fast-track its bid for Fox's entertainment business now that a federal judge cleared AT&T's $85 billion takeover of Time Warner.
Moderates were promised a vote on a plan which will likely include a pathway to citizenship for "Dreamers" and conservatives on one which provides a path to legal status, but not citizenship.
The South American country is struggling to meet demand, leaving many people still turning to drug traffickers.
When voters decided in 2014 to reduce penalties for drug and property crimes, researchers now report a jump in car burglaries, shoplifting and other theft.
But attention will be focused mainly on any hints that the central bank might accelerate its rate hikes in the coming months.
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