10 Things to Know for Today, Mar. 27, 2018
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:
1 - US, EUROPE PUNISH RUSSIA OVER SPY CASE
Western nations band together to expel more than 100 Russian diplomats they accuse of being spies, punishing Moscow for its alleged poisoning of an ex-intelligence officer in Britain.
2 - CIVIL RIGHTS ICON DIES AT 76
As a young girl in Kansas, Linda Brown found herself at the center of the 1954 Supreme Court ruling that struck down racial segregation in America's schools.
3 - WHY FACEBOOK'S ZUCKERBERG IS TAKING HEAT
Critics say the tech billionaire continues to ignore the possibility of the social network being used for dark purposes.
4 - TRUMP'S LAWYER DISCOUNTS STORMY DANIELS' CLAIM
Michael Cohen challenges the porn actress's allegation that someone tied to Trump threatened her with physical harm if she went public with her story about a tryst.
5 - HOW HIGH A HILL DEMS MUST CLIMB
To win a majority in the House, Democrats would need a tremendous electoral wave in the midterms not seen in more than 40 years, a report concludes.
6 - WALL STREET CLAWING ITS WAY BACK
The Dow surges nearly 670 points, erasing nearly half the ground it lost last week and marking the biggest gain since August 2015.
7 - WHAT AMERICANS ARE OK WITH
An AP-NORC poll shows most people in the U.S. approve of Trump's plan to negotiate directly with North Korea's leader.
8 - US GUNMAKER HITS HARD TIMES
Remington, which began turning out flintlock rifles when there were only 19 states in the Union, files for bankruptcy.
9 - DETAILS OF PRINCE'S DRUG OVERDOSE EMERGE
A toxicology report shows the entertainer had "exceedingly high" concentrations of fentanyl in his body when he died.
10 - EVIL EMPIRE EBBS
The New York Yankees are on track to open the season with baseball's seventh-highest payroll, their lowest ranking since 1992.