Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:
Ethiopian Airlines grounds all of its Boeing 737 Max 8 aircraft and Chinese aviation officials do the same the day after a crash in Addis Ababa killed all 157 on board.
An Indonesian woman has been freed after a Malaysian judge threw out the murder charge against her in the killing of the Kim Jong Un's half brother.
The president is preparing a new budget that will seek $8.6 billion for his signature project and impose steep spending cuts to other domestic programs.
For the first time in years, Iraq is not at war. The defeat of the Islamic State group after a ruinous four-year conflict gives Baghdad a moment of peace.
Federal prosecutors say charges in Connecticut expose shady dealings in the largely unregulated industry of "prison consultants."
In America's small towns to become better-versed on rural issues and compete for votes in places that supported Trump heavily in 2016.
Frustrated residents of a Denver suburb are launching legal challenges to a state law that is forcing them to participate in an oil and gas drilling project against their wishes.
Jerome Powell says the central bank halted rate hikes in January because the global economy was slowing and other risks to the U.S. economy were rising.
Attorney Gloria Allred says a client has turned a tape over to law enforcement that appears to feature the R&B singer sexually abusing underage girls.
10. AB GETS HIS WISH
The Steelers have an agreement to trade the prolific wide receiver Antonio Brown to the Raiders, the culmination of a messy and public divorce.