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10 Things to Know for Today

Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today: 1. WARNINGS OVER TRUMP INQUIRY FLY BETWEEN POMPEO, DEMOCRATS

The secretary of state tries to delay five current and former officials from providing documents and testimony, but Democrats have set closed-door depositions for two former officials.


In Las Vegas for a forum on gun policy, almost two years to the day after a gunman killed 58 people at a country music festival on the Las Vegas Strip. 3. DALLAS OFFICER CASE TURNS TO SENTENCING

Amber Guyger, convicted in the fatal shooting of her black neighbor, faces anywhere from five years to life in prison.


Boris Johnson calls the proposal a "fair and reasonable compromise," but EU leaders doubt the U.K. has a workable plan to avoid border checks between Ireland and Northern Ireland. 5. 'TRIGGER-HAPPY AND NUTS'

Those are the words of a pro-democracy lawmaker about Hong Kong police after an officer shot and wounded a teenager in an escalation of protest violence. 6. WHERE BIG TECH AND BIG OIL HAVE COMMON GROUND

Eco-friendly companies like Amazon, Microsoft and Google are supplying cloud computing services and artificial intelligence tools to ExxonMobil, Chevron, Shell and BP. 7. INDIA'S MOVES IN KASHMIR RAISE TENSION IN PART NEXT TO CHINA

After the Indian government stripped statehood from Kashmir, new tensions are brewing in Ladakh, a remote and picturesque part of that territory. 8. NETANYAHU'S PRE-INDICTMENT CORRUPTION HEARING BEGINS

A jittery political world seeks clarity on the Israeli prime minister's legal standing amid the stalemate that followed the country's second inconclusive election of the year. 9. WHO'S EYEING A POLITICAL COMEBACK

Former Rep. Pete Sessions of Texas is expected to run again in 2020, but not in his old Dallas district that Democrats flipped last year. 10. NATIONALS COMPLETE 'WILD' COMEBACK Juan Soto delivers a bases-loaded single that scored three runs in the eighth inning, and the Nationals rallied to beat the Brewers 4-3 in the NL wild-card game.

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