The regional bureau of The Associated Press, shares 10 things you need to know Monday, June 10, 2019. Look for full stories on these late-breaking news items and much more in West Virginia newspapers.
Democrats say Trump’s plan hypes existing efforts while he claims victory for negotiations that staved off a 5% tax on all Mexican goods.
Dominican Republic police say David Ortiz was approached from behind and shot at close range in an ambush at a bar; the gunman was captured and beaten.
The party has a new, intensified focus on the investigation by special counsel Robert Mueller and some hope the impeachment of President Trump will follow.
Twenty-five years after the killing of his ex-wife and her friend, the Pro Football Hall of Famer says his “life is fine” and he won’t be talking about the notorious murder case, he tells the AP exclusively.
In Afghanistan, the Islamic State group is expanding its footprint, recruiting fighters and plotting attacks on the United States and other Western countries, authorities say.
Chief Executive Carrie Lam says the extradition laws will help uphold justice and fulfill its international obligations despite public fears of China’s intentions.
The brooding musical about the underworld scored eight Tony Awards, including best musical.
The Massachusetts senator is seen as an emerging threat, along with Joe Biden, to Bernie Sanders in the race to the 2020 presidency.
Nearly 3 million students around the country face struggles keeping up with their studies because they must make do without home internet.
Tuukka Rask and Brad Marchand stepped up for the Boston Bruins once again and the Bruins beat the St. Louis Blues 5-1 to even the bruising, physical final at three games apiece.