10 Things to Know for Today

Among 10 Things to Know: Democratic congresswomen targeted in Trump tweets fire back; Facebook's new currency plan under scrutiny in Congress; Top Iran diplomat says talks on ballistic missiles possible

Turkey says EU sanctions won't deter from drilling activity

Turkey says the European Union's approval of an initial set of sanctions against Ankara won't deter it from pressing ahead with efforts to drill for hydrocarbons off the island of Cyprus

Atlanta FedEx driver transports shooting victims to hospital

A FedEx truck driver in Atlanta is being credited for transporting three shooting victims to a hospital

Jim Beam thanks firefighters who put out…

Jim Beam has written an open letter to some newspapers to thank firefighters for battling a fire that recently burned down a storage warehouse in Kentucky

Democratic Congresswomen Respond To Trump's…

All four congresswomen vowed to not let recent racist comments by President Trump distract them from their work.

Sushi Ingredient Is Spontaneously Combusting

The same phenomenon that causes overheated compost piles to spontaneously combust has been causing fires in sushi restaurants. The culprit is deep-fried tempura flakes, also known as agedama or tenkasu, which have been linked to five restaurant fires in Wisconsin alone, the New York Times reports. Fire investigator Kara Nelson...

Germany's Merkel sits through anthems again

German Chancellor Angela Merkel has again sat through national anthems at a military honors ceremony after three recent incidents in which her body shook during similar events

Baltimore man guilty of killing ex-girlfriend outside school

A Baltimore man has been found guilty of killing his ex-girlfriend, who was found bound, beaten, stabbed, strangled and dumped outside an area high school

Boeing jet trouble leads to cuts at Europe's…

Europe's biggest airline by passengers, budget carrier Ryanair, will cut flights and close some of its bases beginning this winter because of the delay to deliveries of the Boeing 737 Max plane, which has been grounded globally after two fatal crashes

Man Kills Instagram Teen, Shares Gruesome Photos

Social media stories don't get much more disturbing than this: Police say a 17-year-old Instagram personality in upstate New York was murdered by a man she met through the service, who then shared grisly photos of her body online. Police say they were trying to track down 21-year-old Brandon Clark...

Senate Committee To Hold Hearing On Mark Esper As…

Acting Secretary Mark Esper will have to step down for a day before he's confirmed.

Judge: Neo-Nazi Owes 'Troll Storm' Victim $14M

A Neo-Nazi blogger who told his followers to unleash an "old fashioned Troll Storm" on a Jewish real estate agent in Montana has been ordered to pay her $14 million. US Magistrate judge Jeremiah Lynch, who condemned the "particularly egregious and reprehensible nature" of Daily Stormer founder Andrew Anglin's conduct,...

Dutch court needs more time to rule on Crimean treasures

An appeals court in Amsterdam says it needs more time to rule on the ownership of a valuable trove of historical artefacts loaned to a Dutch museum by four museums in Crimea shortly before the region's annexation by Russia

Making an immigration arrest requires hours of…

President Donald Trump's pledge to deport millions of immigrants in the U.S. without legal permission would be highly impractical to carry out, maybe impossible

Industry Leader Ron Jordan Joins Kingland

US Soccer Star Calls Out 'Homophobic' Fellow…

Jaelene Hinkle missed out on World Cup glory after dropping out of the US women's team—a decision the left back later admitted was because she didn't want to wear a jersey designed to honor the LGBT community. Goalkeeper Ashlyn Harris slammed Hinkle as homophobic and intolerant Monday after video...

Biden Wants To 'Protect and Build on Obamacare'

Joe Biden introduced his health care plan, which would be a public option to enroll in a government plan that exists alongside private insurance.

The Latest: Toxic bacteria keep Mississippi…

Beaches along the Mississippi Gulf Coast remain closed because of toxic bacteria detected before Barry blew ashore

AP Was There: Sen. Kennedy's fateful crash on Chappaquiddick

Sen. Edward M. Kennedy's 1969 automobile accident on Chappaquiddick Island killed a woman and ended any aspirations he had of challenging President Richard Nixon in 1972