10 things to know for Monday
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about Sunday:
Attorney Jay Sekulow’s comments on a series of news show come days after President Donald Trump appeared to confirm he was with a tweet about being the target of a “witch hunt.”
Police have arrested one person, and have declared the crash a major incident and closed the area to normal traffic.
The blaze charred cars and trucks as it swept over roads while people tried to flee.
About 30 people managed to escape though at least two people were killed as the assault continued into the evening.
The centrist leader gained a mandate to reshape French politics and overhaul the country’s restrictive labor laws following his centrist party’s solid victory in parliamentary elections.
Legal experts believe prosecutors will reshape their case for Round Two, although it’s not yet clear why jurors couldn’t reach a verdict in the first, or how close they came.
Mia Sykes says her 19-year-old son Brayden Harden, who survived the USS Fitzgerald’s collision with a container ship, kept diving to try to save his shipmates until the flooded berth began running out of air pockets.
The fighter jet had bombed local forces aligned with the U.S. in the fight against Islamic State militants, and the action appeared to mark a new escalation of the conflict.
Kelly has been criticized for giving a platform to Jones, who has also called the Sept. 11 attacks an inside job and promoted the false story that a pizza place in Washington, D.C. was the site of a child sex ring.
Koepka broke away from a tight pack with three straight birdies on the back nine at Erin Hills and closed with a 5-under 67 to win the U.S. Open for his first major championship.