10 stories to know for Monday
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:
Pope Francis received a victim’s letter in 2015 with details about sexual abuse at the hands of a priest and a cover-up by Chilean church authorities, challenging his insistence that he has “zero tolerance” for such matters, The AP exclusively learns.
Nick Foles led the Philadelphia Eagles to a comeback 41-33 win over the New England Patriots, capping a season he began as a backup and ended as Super Bowl MVP.
A Ram truck ad that used a speech by Martin Luther King, Jr., is drawing a backlash. Viewers and ad experts alike say it forges too tenuous a connection with the slain Nobel Peace Prize winner.
American troops have started to draw down and are being transported from Iraq to Afghanistan following Baghdad’s declaration of victory over the Islamic State group last year.
Salah Abdeslam is on trial in his hometown of Brussels on charges of attempted murder and the court hearing on Monday was his first appearance in public since his arrest nearly two years ago.
North Korea’s titular head of state, Kim Yong Nam, is coming to South Korea for the Pyeongchang Olympics. After one of the worst years in an acrimonious relationship, even ceremonial heads of state will help.
A handful of states and some cities are moving ahead with bans on bump stocks, the device that allowed the Las Vegas shooter’s semi-automatic rifles to mimic the rapid fire of machine guns.
With a full schedule of political and international travel for the rest of 2018, Vice President Pence is managing to avoid some of the biggest controversies of the Trump administration.
New research suggests that far more U.S. teenagers are transgender or gender nonconforming than previously thought.
Former sports doctor Larry Nassar, on trial again for his serial sexual abuse of girls and young women, will be given his final sentence in the case that has shaken Michigan State University and elite sports associations.