Today is Monday May 22, 2017 and there is news from the United States as well as around the world. Here is your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:
The Republican makes his first visit to the flashpoint region with few concrete ideas of solving a problem that has vexed U.S. presidents for decades.
Congressional action into the FBI director’s dismissal comes amid a deepening investigation into Russia’s interference with the U.S. election.
Pyongyang says its new medium-range rocket is capable of reaching Japan and major U.S. military bases.
The automaker is replacing CEO Mark Fields amid questions about its current performance and future strategy.
Elementary and secondary schools adapt intervention approaches typically used to handle potential school shooters, AP finds.
AP interviews workers on both sides of the Texas-Mexico border to better understand a relationship that generates $500 billon in bilateral trade each year.
Lawyers in the entertainer’s sex assault case hope to find a dozen jurors and six alternates in Pittsburgh willing to be sequestered nearly 300 miles from home.
Joining the likes of foxes, coyotes and even mountain lions in rare cases, hungry bobcats are making a home in small towns and suburbs.
Rapper Drake gets a lucky 13 wins at the Billboard Music Awards in Las Vegas beating Adele’s previous record.
The Cavs star had the worst playoff game of his career, scoring just 11 points and committing six turnovers in a stunning loss Game 3 to Boston.