10 things to know for Wednesday
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:
Sallyport Global, paid nearly $700 million to secure an Iraqi base for F-16 fighter jets, turned a blind eye to alcohol smuggling, theft, security violations, and allegations of sex trafficking, an AP investigation finds.
A $1.1 trillion spending bill that Trump at first seemed to criticize but now calls "a clear win for the American people" is headed for a House vote.
In a White House meeting, the Palestinian leader will be asked to end payments to families of Palestinians imprisoned in Israeli jails, U.S. officials say.
Next week's presidential election in South Korea will likely end conservative rule that maintained a hard line against North Korea and backed the installation of the U.S. anti-missile system.
The government's decision not to charge two white officers in Alton Sterling's fatal shooting doesn't preclude state authorities from conducting their own probe and pursuing criminal charges.
A small cluster of privately owned treatment centers have sprung up in the northwest corner of Georgia, and locals are miffed that most of the patients are from nearby Tennessee.
Seeking new agents, the government is turning up at country music festivals, sporting events and careers fairs to fill jobs at a time of increasing demand.
Washington policymakers have a time-tested method for rolling out new ideas: float a trial balloon. But Trump's use of social media is a game-changer.
Salt Lake City leaders and tourism officials playfully jab back at Golden State Warriors players who bemoaned the lack of nightlife in Utah.
The racial slurs hurled by Fenway Park fans toward Baltimore outfielder Adam Jones were a reminder of Boston's racial legacy around its sports teams.