Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:
European members to the landmark atomic deal with Tehran are convinced the president is likely to re-impose sanctions and walk away from the pact he has often criticized.
The U.S. is to decide whether to pull out of the Iran nuclear deal and will move its embassy in Israel to Jerusalem as Palestinian protests at the Gaza/Israeli border intensify on the anniversary of the “nakba,” or mass uprooting during the 1948 war over Israel's creation.
Eric Schneiderman, who held himself out as a champion of women and a liberal foil to Trump, resigns from office after four women accused him of physical violence during intimate encounters.
Voters across four states Trump carried in 2016 are deciding primary elections, including West Virginia, where the race featuring GOP outsider Don Blankenship will be decided.
An AP investigation finds that Russian hackers masqueraded as Islamic State supporters to threaten outspoken wives of U.S. military personnel.
Beijing reports President Xi Jinping has met with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un in northern China.
The president is growing increasingly irritated with his new lawyer's frequently off-message media blitz and may sideline him from TV interviews.
The tech giant is likely to put artificial intelligence in the spotlight again at its annual developers’ conference as well as unveil updates to its Android mobile operating system.
Luminaries of fashion, film, music and politics will be competing to dress in their best Vatican-inspired finery, in line with this year's religious theme.
LeBron James ends Toronto's season for the third straight year with a second consecutive four-game sweep as Cleveland advances to the Eastern Conference finals for the fourth year in a row.