10 things to know for Thursday, June 5: What tops Obama's agenda in Europe
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:
The president will discuss shifting conditions in the Ukraine crisis, including the new government's rise to power, with UK's David Cameron in Brussels and Francois Hollande in Paris.
Hailey, Idaho, has been swamped with critical emails and calls amid a debate over whether the soldier should be punished as a deserter.
Debris from the plane hit the roof of a house, which was destroyed, while the subsequent explosion and fire ruined another residence and badly damaged a third building.
A massive manhunt is underway after an armed man shot dead three policemen and injured two others in New Brunswick.
A report by former U.S. Attorney Anton Valukas will shed light on why the company took so long to address the ignition switch problem, which caused at least 13 deaths.
Such reminders of the past as typewriters and telegrams cling stubbornly to Myanmar, which was in many ways frozen in time during a half-century of dictatorship.
A New York City auction will offer a U.S. flag from an Allied ship that delivered troops to Normandy and rare print-outs of Dow Jones 1944 news bulletins.
Fans of the box-office hit can now enjoy marketing tours to Norway to see the landscape that inspired the movie's setting.
The owner's attorney says the way is now clear for former Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer to buy the team for a record $2 billion.
If one's budget isn't immediately busted by the flight or the hotel, it will soon be done in by the $10 caipirinha cocktail, the $17 cheeseburger or the $35 pepperoni pizza.