10 Things to Know for Today
Your daily look at late breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:
1. US VETERANS, FAMILIES GATHER FOR D-DAY HOMAGE
Thousands of people and a handful of surviving U.S. D-Day veterans are gathered at the Normandy American Cemetery in France to honor thousands fallen in the pivotal invasion 75 years ago. French President Macron says, “France doesn’t forget” your sacrifice.
2. ‘AMONG THE VERY GREATEST AMERICANS WHO WILL EVER LIVE’
Trump praises veterans on the 75th anniversary of D-Day saying 10,000 Allied troops sacrificed their lives for the “survival of liberty.”
3. CLOCK TICKING ON IMPEACHMENT
The political clock is ticking toward the 2020 election and that could limit how long House Speaker Nancy Pelosi can say yes or no on that question.
4. TEXAS COUPLE STANDS BY STORY AFTER CARDINAL PUSHES BACK
The Texas couple that accused Cardinal Daniel DiNardo of mishandling a sexual misconduct case against his former deputy is denying claims that they fabricated quotes or demanded a $10 million payout.
5. TRUMP SAYS NO DEAL YET WITH MEXICO ON TARIFFS
Officials on both sides claim progress, but Trump says it’s “not nearly enough” to halt the 5% import taxes designed to force Mexico to stanch the flow of migrants at the border.
6. FAR FROM PARADISE
A Northern California high school where nearly all of the students lost their homes in a wildfire is preparing for its first graduation since the devastating blaze.
7. GERMAN NURSE SENTENCED FOR SERIAL KILLINGS
Niels Hoegel is convicted of 85 counts of murder and sentenced to life in prison, making him what is believed to be the worst serial killer in modern German history.
8. AI AND LATTE
South Korean cafes are among the businesses expanding the use of unmanned technology to meet the changing patterns of consumers.
9. WHO ADDED TO COUNTRY MUSIC LEGACY
Carrie Underwood extends her run as the most decorated act in the history of the CMT Music Awards with her 20th win.
10. RAPTORS HIT BIG SHOTS TO TAKE NBA FINALS LEAD
Kawhi Leonard and the Raptors outduel Stephen Curry and the banged-up Warriors, beating Golden State 123-109 to take a 2-1 series lead.