The regional bureau of The Associated Press, shares 10 things you need to know Tuesday, June 4, 2019. Look for full stories on these late-breaking news items and much more in West Virginia newspapers.
The president tells outgoing British Prime Minister Theresa May that she should “stick around” so that the U.S. and Britain can do a trade deal while thousands are expected on London streets to protest his visit and policies.
Portrayals of the massive assault on Normandy 75 years ago often depict an all-white host of invaders, but in fact it also included about 2,000 African Americans.
China says the U.S. secretary of state’s remarks on the 30th anniversary of its bloody crackdown on pro-democracy protesters in Tiananmen Square smear its policies and grossly intervene in its affairs.
Kim Yo Jong, the powerful younger sister of the North Korean leader, attends a mass games performance in Pyongyang — the first time she’s been seen in public in more than 50 days.
The groups are frustrated with House Democrats’ failure to start impeachment proceedings against Trump and are calling on Speaker Nancy Pelosi to act, AP learns.
The calm comes a day after a pro-democracy sit-in was violently overrun by the country’s ruling military authorities, who say they want to stage early elections.
A think tank says up to 4 million people living in the U.S. could be undercounted, with blacks, Hispanics and children younger than 5 most likely to being overlooked.
The federal government has been keeping secret the names of hundreds of nursing homes that had serious ongoing health or safety problems.
Muslims around the Middle East and beyond are celebrating the start of the Islamic holiday of Eid al-Fitr, a time for family and festivities.
Ryan O’Reilly scores twice, including the go-ahead goal midway through the third period, and St. Louis beats Boston 4-2 to even the series at two games apiece.