10 Things to Know for Today

Among 10 Things to Know: Dealmaker Trump takes page from own playbook and walks away; N. Korea keeps hopes of talks alive after Trump cancellation; Weinstein to surrender in sexual misconduct probe

Police: 2 shot at Oklahoma restaurant; civilian…

Police: Man armed with pistol shot and wounded two customers at Oklahoma City restaurant before being shot dead by handgun-carrying civilian in parking lot

Funeral to honor slain Maryland police officer

The governor and the Baltimore County police chief will speak at a funeral for a 29-year-old county police officer killed in the line of duty, as will her mother

Explosion in Canadian restaurant wounds 15 people

An explosion caused by an "improvised explosive device" ripped through an Indian restaurant in a mall in the Toronto suburb of Mississauga, wounding 15 people, Canadian police said

Accused Florida school shooter due in court for hearing

The teenager accused of fatally shooting 17 at a Florida high school is scheduled to be in court

'To live a dream, plan it very carefully'

Fashion designer Audrey-Laure Bergenthal says her tip for would-be CEOs is to "plan your dream carefully".

Fashion Designer And Boyfriend Convicted Of…

A judge has convicted a London fashion designer and her boyfriend of killing their nanny and burning her body.

McDonald's Breakfast Catering May Soon Be Coming…

In its quest for global breakfast domination, McDonald's is testing out catering for the day’s most important meal too.

Pakistan's Senate approves bill to give tribes equal rights

Pakistan's Senate approves bill day after lower chamber giving 5 million residents of northwest tribal area equal rights

Yacht hosting high school prom crashes into other yacht

Police in New Jersey say a yacht hosting a high school senior prom rear-ended another yacht on the Hudson River near Hoboken

Wall Street dips after N. Korea summit canceled

Stocks ended down slightly on Thursday after President Donald Trump canceled a planned summit with North Korea's Kim Jong Un. Fred Katayama reports.

Trump-Kim Coin Is a Hot Seller

The Trump-Kim summit has been called off —but it's still a historic event for coin collectors. A commemorative coin produced by the White House Communications Agency to mark the summit between Trump and "Supreme Leader" Kim Jong Un is now in high demand and is expected to became a valuable...

An Amazon Echo Recorded A Conversation, Then Sent…

A woman in Oregon found out her Echo recorded a conversation and sent it to someone on her family's contact list.

Amid confusion, EU data privacy law goes into…

Ready or not, companies that collect or process the personal information of EU residents must now start complying with stringent new EU data rules.

Rachel Dolezal Charged With Welfare Fraud

Rachel Dolezal has been misrepresenting her income, according to investigators in Washington state. The former NAACP chapter leader—who was born a white woman but describes herself as "unapologetically black"—has been charged with welfare fraud and could get up to 15 years in prison if convicted, the New York...

Rachel Dolezal accused of welfare fraud after…

A once prominent black civil rights leader in Washington state who was later exposed as white is facing charges of welfare fraud

Shooting survivors share their stories with Texas…

Survivors of last week's shooting at a high school near Houston told gripping stories as they pleaded with Texas Gov. Greg Abbott for more armed security to keep campuses safe

Netherlands, Australia hold Russia liable for…

The Netherlands and Australia are holding Russia legally responsible for the downing nearly four years ago of Malaysia Airlines Flight 17, which was shot down over war-ravaged eastern Ukraine killing all 298 people on board

Nurse Who Saved Up for Clinic Loses $41,377 to US Customs

Anthonia Nwaorie is in the middle of a custody battle—for her money, reports the Washington Post . The 59-year-old registered nurse and US citizen from Katy, Texas, had saved up for years in order to open a clinic in Nigeria that would provide free medical care. In October, she carefully...