Among 10 Things to Know: AP: Review to confirm Rohingya 'ethnic cleansing'; Trump plans lunch with GOP senators as focus turns to taxes; China lifts Xi's status to most powerful leader in decades
The top U.S. general says the U.S. special forces unit ambushed by Islamic militants in Niger didn't call for help until an hour into their first contact with the enemy
Kuwait's ruler cautions the crisis between a quartet of Arab countries and Qatar "could see more complications" even as he continues to try and mediate an end to the diplomatic standoff
From The New York Times: This surveillance footage, which is being published for the first time, shows what happened in 2012 when four civilians were killed during a drug interdiction operation carried out by the D.E.A. and local law enforcement. Mattathias Schwartz, a journalist working with ProPublica, narrates as two boats collide and gunfire erupts.By: By NATALIE RENEAU and MATTATHIAS SCHWARTZ. Watch the original video on Times Video: https://nyti.ms/2gZUpZW
Upon having his personal philosophy etched into the national constitution — as Xi Jinping Thought on Socialism with Chinese Characteristics for the New Era — Xi now joins Mao Zedong and Deng Xiaoping as modern China's most powerful leaders.
Jeremy Peters reports on Chris McDaniel, who is expected to run again for Senate after a loss in 2014, and the influence Steve Bannon has on mounting insurgent campaigns against establishment GOP.
Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) and Sen. Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) speak with Chuck Todd on Meet the Press. Thomas Friedman, Helene Cooper, Robert Costa and Danielle Pletka join the panel. Female Senators tell their personal stories of harassment in the work place.
The fluid from these earthworms has been shown to destroy lung cancer cells in the lab, according to Polish researchers. Buzz60's Sean Dowling (@seandowlingtv) has more.
President Donald Trump is planning lunch with GOP senators on Capitol Hill as Republicans in Congress turn their focus to overhauling the nation's tax code
A domestic biodigester, developed for households in the developing world, has attracted $1-million investment to fund further expansion in Cambodia and elsewhere, as Stuart McDill reports.