Among 10 Things to Know: New Zealand holds first funerals for mosque shooting victims; Disney closes $71 billion deal for Fox's entertainment assets; Mozambique mourns, Zimbabwe buries dead from Cyclone Idai
A New Jersey sports official is apologizing for telling student athletes that Adolf Hitler was a "good leader" with "bad moral character and intentions."
The head of the European Union's executive branch says a decision on a delay to Brexit is unlikely at this week's EU summit and the bloc's leaders may have to meet again next week
Stock markets are subdued ahead of a monetary policy statement by the Federal Reserve in which the central bank is expected to say it will be patient about raising interest rates further
A tax on coal that helps pay for the Black Lung Disability Trust Fund was cut sharply Jan. 1 and never restored, potentially saving coal operators hundreds of millions of dollars a year
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has been ignoring widespread criticism and again showed excerpts of a video taken by the attacker who killed 50 people in mosques in New Zealand, to denounce what he called rising hatred and prejudice against Islam
The recently formed city of South Fulton, Georgia, has fired its first municipal judge over allegations that she bullied workers and approved filming a reality TV show in her courtroom
The first two people to be buried after last week's mosque attacks that killed 50 people in the New Zealand city of Christchurch were a father and his son.