AP- Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about Monday:
Sen. Susan Collins is critical of a plan to repeal a key Obamacare provision as part of the $1.5 trillion tax bill, while Sens. Ron Johnson, Bob Corker and John McCain have other misgivings.
The president hasn’t campaigned for Roy Moore because of “discomfort” over sexual assault claims against the Ala. senate candidate, an aide says.
The country’s ruling party says impeachment proceedings would begin if the embattled, 93-year-old leader does not resign.
Air Force Gen. John Hyten, top officer at U.S. Strategic Command, says he could decline a presidential command for a nuclear strike if he found it unlawful.
10 African Americans — the most in a single Rhodes class — as well as a transgender man are among 32 students selected for post-graduate studies at England’s Oxford University.
102-year-old Holocaust survivor Eliahu Pietruszka is overcome with joy after meeting a newly discovered nephew.
The oil spill comes as Nebraska regulators prepare to vote on a proposed expansion of the pipeline.
Argentina’s Navy works to determine if seven brief satellite calls were from the missing submarine with 44 crew aboard.
Two cast members accuse Jeffrey Tambor of sexual harassment, which he denies.
“I’ve wanted this since I was a little kid. Just never give up on your dreams,” the driver says after the victory at Homestead, Fla.