Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:
Senior North Korean official Kim Yong Chol plans to head to the United States, potentially for more talks to set up the meeting, South Korea's Yonhap news reports.
Alberto, a still-menacing depression, is scattering heavy rains around the South amid heightened risks of flash flooding.
The president travels to Nashville to raise campaign cash for Rep. Marsha Blackburn, the GOP's leading Senate hopeful in Tennessee, and headline a rally.
But the head of a U.S. technology company that scoured the Indian Ocean seabed for the lost airliner says he hopes to take part in any future search.
A cheering crowd awaits Josh Holt at the Salt Lake City airport, nearly two years after a trip to meet the woman he loved turned into an imprisonment in a Venezuelan jail.
Starbucks closes more than 8,000 stores nationwide for anti-bias training, a month after the wrongful arrests of two black men at one of its stores.
The Iron Dome defense intercepts most of the 25 projectiles from the barrage, and no one was hurt.
Patients of a neurologist facing rape charges in New York and New Jersey say law enforcement officials in Philadelphia are burying nearly identical accusations against him.
Homeowners flee ahead of fast-moving lava from Kilauea on Hawaii's Big Island.
Golden State and the Cleveland Cavs will meet for the fourth straight year in the championship round.