10 things to know for Monday, April 28: Tornadoes rip through central, southern U.S.
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:
At least 16 people are dead in Arkansas and one in Oklahoma in a violent kick-start to the nation’s twister season.
Obama says the United States will levy new sanctions on Russian individuals and companies in retaliation for Moscow’s alleged provocations in Ukraine.
A court issues preliminary death sentences against 683 alleged supporters of the ousted president and his Islamist group.
Grades for U.S. graduation rates now in “B” range as 80 percent of students, on average, receive diplomas.
After the initial area is completely combed without yielding a single clue, a second phase begins, expanding the underwater search.
The official probe of the accident is now focusing on what the coast guard did after learning that the ship was sinking.
One million police and security personnel are casting their votes two days before the rest of the 22 million registered in the country’s first national elections since the U.S. withdrawal.
Adam Silver’s priority is verifying that it is Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling’s voice caught on tape making racist comments.
Nowhere, for the time being. The $185 million concrete access trench could connect to two new railway lines under the Hudson River, eventually.
In a rare celebration, two living popes lead the Catholic Church in canonizing two of its most-loved modern pontiffs.