Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:
Turkey says its military launched airstrikes and unleashed artillery shelling against Kurdish fighters in northern Syria. Kurds and Syrian activists say that despite the barrage, Turkish troops had not made much progress on several fronts.
As the impeachment inquiry swirls around Trump, they've skipped the high-profile Sunday TV shows and avoided driveway gaggles with reporters.
Pacific Gas & Electric watches the weather before deciding whether to restore power to an enormous portion of the state blacked out on purpose, an aggressive step to prevent wildfires.
The tech giant removed a smartphone app that allows Hong Kong activists to report police movements after a Chinese newspaper accused the company of facilitating illegal behavior.
Volodymyr Zelenskiy tells the AP that there was "no blackmail" in the phone call with the U.S. president that helped spark an impeachment inquiry.
The 2018 prize goes to Polish author Olga Tokarczuk "for a narrative imagination that with encyclopedic passion represents the crossing of boundaries as a form of life," while the 2019 prize went to Austrian author Peter Handke.
Striking GM workers are scaling back groceries, giving up on eating out and some are taking on part-time jobs while trying to get by on weekly strike pay of $250.
The U.S. president is headed to the liberal stronghold of Minneapolis for his first reelection rally since impeachment talk heated up.
Two years after the "Today" show host was abruptly fired by NBC News for sexual misconduct, questions are emerging about just what network bosses knew and when. Lauer calls the encounter consensual.
Howie Kendrick belts a tiebreaking grand slam in the 10th inning after Washington rallied against Clayton Kershaw, beating Los Angeles 7-3 and advancing to the NLCS.