10 things to know for Friday
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:
Leaders of the Group of Seven wealthy democracies are holding a summit in Sicily, where President Donald Trump is cast as a potential spoiler-in-chief.
President Trump is calling North Korea a “world problem,” but he says it “will be solved, you can bet on that.” Trump was meeting with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe before the G-7 summit.
Republican Greg Gianforte emerged as the state’s new congressman, winning a special election a day after he was charged with assault for throwing a reporter to the ground.
A lawyer for President Trump’s son-in-law and adviser says Jared Kushner is willing to cooperate with federal investigators looking into ties between Russia and the Trump campaign.
Police investigating the Manchester Arena bombing have arrested a ninth man, while extra security is being added for major British sporting events this weekend.
In a case that illustrates how military impunity seeps into U.N. peacekeeping missions, an AP investigation examines how a Sri Lankan general dogged by war crimes allegations was sent to Haiti to investigate a rape accusation against a countryman. He didn’t interview the victim or medical staff, and cleared the soldier.
More and more middle-age and older Americans say Medicare should cover the costs of long-term care for older adults, according to a poll conducted by the Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research.
After escaping seven prior execution dates, 75-year-old inmate Tommy Arthur was put to death Friday, after years of litigation challenging the state’s lethal injection procedure.
“Homer at the Bat” first aired 25 years ago, with an All-Star lineup that included Ken Griffey Jr., Darryl Strawberry and a clucking Roger Clemens. The Baseball Hall of Fame is paying tribute with an exhibit and playful ceremony.