10 things to know for Wednesday
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:
Trump's former campaign chairman, Paul Manafort, secretly worked for a Russian billionaire to advance the interests of Russian President Vladimir Putin, AP learns.
Underscoring the bill's uncertain fate, a senior administration official says up 20 to 25 House Republicans remain opposed or undecided, imperiling passage.
While some may relish a break from work at 30,000 feet, others fret about lost productivity and the risks of relegating laptops to the cargo hold.
Neil Gorsuch has been largely unscathed by Democratic attacks, and Republicans confidently predict he will win confirmation despite liberal opposition.
The development comes as Pyongyang angrily reacts to ongoing annual U.S.-South Korean military drills that it views as an invasion rehearsal.
Brussels' physical scars have mostly healed and tourism is bouncing back, despite Trump calling the Belgian capital a "hellhole" to avoid at all cost.
Four different agencies issued warnings and at least two orders for closure were ignored before the blaze that killed 40 girls at a government-run shelter for troubled youth.
Palestinians in annexed east Jerusalem hope to swap their vulnerable status as mere city residents for the rights and ease of travel that come with an Israeli passport.
The game show impresario's empire included "The Dating Game," ''The Newlywed Game" and that infamous factory of cheese, "The Gong Show."
The SEC is showing some basketball promise as the league has a chance to get three teams in the Elite Eight of the NCAA Tournament.