Trump to nominate justice soon

The president plans to announce his Supreme Court choice July 9 and says he’s considering two women.

Canada sets tariffs on U.S.

Canada announces billions of dollars in retaliatory tariffs in response to the administration’s duties on Canadian steel and aluminum.

Black officer to lead West Point

Lt. Gen. Darryl A. Williams, a 1983 U.S. Military Academy graduate who has held high-ranking Army posts in Europe and Asia, will become the first black officer to command West Point in its 216-year history.

TSA expects busiest day ever

If you’re traveling this weekend, leave extra time for getting through airport security. The TSA projected Friday would be its busiest day ever, screening over 2.7 million people.

Flynn not ready to be sentenced

Trump’s ex-national security adviser Michael Flynn is not ready to be sentenced yet, the special counsel says in a filing that suggests Flynn is still cooperating with prosecutors.

FDA OKs drug for sweating

The FDA approves Qbrexza, the first drug made specifically to reduce excessive sweating, a common condition that can cause anxiety and affect people’s social lives. It will be available in October.

Hurricane victims leave hotels

The last victims of Harvey living in federally funded hotel rooms are heading to other housing, over 10 months after the storm hit Texas. FEMA says the final 707 displaced households will move by Sunday.

EU forges plan on migrants

European Union leaders draft new plans to screen migrants in North Africa for eligibility to enter Europe, but despite the show of unity, the hardest work lies ahead.