The regional bureau of The Associated Press, shares 10 things you need to know Wednesday, June 5, 2019. Look for full stories on these late-breaking news items and much more in West Virginia newspapers.
World leaders and World War II veterans are gathering on the southern coast of England to honor the Allied soldiers who helped liberate Europe from Nazi Germany 75 years ago.
It’s unclear if lawmakers have the votes to stop the 5% tariffs on all Mexican goods, and the U.S. president says they’d be “foolish” to try.
After a deadly crackdown on pro-democracy protesters, the head of Sudan’s ruling military council says it is ready to resume negotiations with the opposition.
This is the second-such relief mission Riyadh says it has offered in recent weeks amid heightened tensions between the U.S. and Iran.
After being adopted by an American family and living in the U.S. for more than 30 years, a man was deported to Brazil because of his criminal record, illuminating Trump’s hard line immigration policy.
Cardinal Daniel DiNardo, archbishop of Galveston-Houston, is being accused of mishandling a sexual misconduct case involving a monsignor and a married woman, AP reports.
Speakers testify that psychedelics helped them overcome depression, drug addiction and post-traumatic stress disorder.
Federal regulators are moving to require that brokers provide customers with detailed disclosures of their potential conflicts of interest when dispensing financial advice.
The beauty retailer will host “inclusion workshops” for 16,000 employees after R&B star SZA says she had security called on her while shopping at a store in California.
Golden State will again take the floor for Game 3 against Toronto without two-time reigning NBA Finals MVP Kevin Durant.