On again, off again Korea talks

Trump says the U.S. is “having very productive talks with North Korea” about a summit, saying it could happen June 12, the date slated before he abruptly canceled.

Hollywood mogul surrenders

Harvey Weinstein turns himself in at a police station in New York to face criminal charges in a sexual assault probe.

Activist picked for migrant post

Trump nominates anti-immigration activist Ronald Mortensen as assistant secretary of state for the bureau of population, refugees and migration, which oversees immigration issues.

Student shoots 2 in Indiana

A student is in custody after wounding a classmate and teacher when he reportedly opens fire in an Indiana middle school. The teacher tackled him, witnesses say.

Ireland votes on abortion law

Ireland appears to vote in a referendum to loosen the country’s strict constitutional ban on most abortions, according to two major exit polls’ predictions.

Orders on firing federal workers

The president signs three executive orders to overhaul the federal bureaucracy by making it easier to fire federal workers for poor performance and misconduct.