10 things to know for Monday, Feb. 17: Ethiopian Airlines co-pilot hijacks plane bound for Rome
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:
Boeing 767 with 202 passengers and crew is diverted to Geneva by a man seeking asylum in Switzerland.
Board of trustees hasn’t identified candidate who would end 15-month search for next head of Pennsylvania’s largest university.
Another round ended last week without progress. Secretary of State wants Russia to push Syria to negotiate with opposition leaders.
Authorities say more than 80 people have overdosed on a drug spiked with fentanyl, a powerful synthetic opiate typically given to people in chronic pain.
Eyes are on competitors for a few minutes; for Putin, it’s 17 days. He responds with the slightly chilly aplomb that is his hallmark.
Instead of soccer moms or union members, emerging technology called Addressable TV allows advertisers to reach specific individuals.
The goal is a port that will lure the deep-draft ships expected to start using the Panama Canal when its expansion is completed next year.
Last year, the country had 92 cases, almost double the number in Nigeria and Afghanistan.
Jamie Coots, a Kentucky preacher who appeared on National Geographic’s reality show, was killed by attack during Saturday night church service.
The Eisenhower Tree, named because Ike hit it so many times off the tee, was on the 17th hole at the famed Augusta National Golf Club.