Originally Published: March 8, 2018 6 a.m.
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:
1 - JEFF SESSIONS TAKES CLASH TO STATE CAPITOL
The attorney general dramatically escalates a war with California over its so-called sanctuary law in a sharp exchange of words with Democratic Gov. Jerry Brown.
2 - FORMER SPY, DAUGHTER 'TARGETED FOR MURDER'
British police say a Russian ex-spy and his daughter fighting for their lives in an English hospital were attacked with a nerve agent in the mysterious case.
3 - WHY STORMY DANIELS IS IN COURT
An attorney for a porn actress who claims she had sex with Donald Trump says she is suing to invalidate a nondisclosure agreement "to set the record straight."
4 - NORTHEASTERN US DIGGING OUT AGAIN
Wet, heavy snow grounds flights, closes schools and threatens another round of power outages in a corner of the country still recovering from a weather wallop less than a week ago.
5 - WHICH HONOR IS BEING RESCINDED
The U.S. Holocaust Museum revokes a major human rights award given to Aung San Suu Kyi, the Nobel Peace laureate and Myanmar's civilian leader, citing her response to the mass killings of the country's Rohingya minority.
6 - WORKING AT KANSAS RANCH 'LIKE SLAVERY'
Five people employed at the remote ranch tell the AP that immigrants toil long days in a type of servitude to work off loans from the company for the cost of smuggling them into the country.
7 - WHAT'S LATEST NEWS FROM JUPITER
The planet's poles are blanketed by geometric clusters of cyclones and its atmosphere is deeper than suspected, data from NASA's Juno spacecraft reveal.
8 - SCHOOL SAFETY MEASURE SENT TO GOVERNOR
The Florida House passes a bill that includes new restrictions on rifle sales and a program to arm some teachers.
9 - WHERE WORD OF THE DAY IS 'VROOOM'!
Among the high-end sports cars at this year's auto show in Geneva is the Italdesign Zerouno Duerta. Top speed: 310 kph (193 mph). Price: Around 2 million euros ($2.5 million).
10 - HOT SEATS GETTING HOTTER
As March Madness cranks up, a number of college basketball coaches need good tournament runs to keep their jobs.