Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the national and world stories that will be talked about today:
Iran denies Western allegations a Ukrainian jetliner that crashed outside Tehran was brought down by an Iranian missile and calls on the U.S. and Canada to share any information they have on the crash.
The House speaker says she will “soon’’ transmit the articles of impeachment against Trump, signaling a potential thaw in the standoff with Senate Republicans as she warned against rushing to an acquittal without a fair trial.
Five million independent voters in the state’s March 3 Democratic presidential primary, but complicated election rules make it hard to tap them.
The European Union says it will “spare no effort” to keep the landmark 2015 accord alive, but with tensions between the U.S. and Iran escalating into open hostilities it seems increasingly unlikely that will be possible.
Newly released Boeing documents show company employees knew about problems with flight simulators for the now-grounded jetliner and talked about misleading regulators.
Prince Harry and his wife Meghan say they plan to become “financially independent” working members of the royal family, but experts say the part-time arrangement could be impractical.
Video footage of the area around the disgraced financier’s jail cell on a day he survived an apparent suicide attempt “no longer exists,” federal prosecutors tell a judge.
The U.S. job market appears to be entering 2020 on a solid footing as economists expect gains of 160,000 workers in December.
The head of FX Networks says an estimated tally of all scripted programs available to viewers exceeded 500 for the first time.
Sports fans are expected to wager on the XFL, the upstart football league that begins play the week after the Super Bowl.