10 Things to Know for TodayJune 18, 2018 10:02am

Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:

1. WHO 'HATES TO SEE CHILDREN SEPARATED FROM THEIR FAMILIES'

Through a spokeswoman, Melania Trump comments on immigration issues, saying she "believes we need to be a country that follows all laws, but also a country that governs with heart."

2. WESTERN JAPAN QUAKE CAUSES DEATH AND INJURY

Three are killed and scores injured in Osaka as a magnitude 6.1 earthquake knocks over walls and sets off scattered fires around the city.

3. 'THE PEACE WE ALL DREAM OF DEMANDS CORRECTIONS'

Conservative Ivan Duque is elected Colombia's next president, promising to roll back a fragile peace accord with leftist rebels that ended decades of civil war, but has divided the South American nation.

4. BORDER PATROL: SMUGGLING SUSPECTED IN DEADLY WRECK

The SUV that crashed in South Texas, killing at least five people, was being chased by an agent who suspected it was part of a "smuggling event."

5. WHAT PRECEDED GUNFIRE AT NJ ARTS FESTIVAL

Authorities say a number of fistfights broke out at an all-night festival in Trenton before the shootings that led to one death and 22 injuries.

6. RAINS AID CREWS FIGHTING WESTERN WILDFIRES

The remnants of Hurricane Bud help slow down a fire in southwest Colorado that has charred more than 50 square miles.

7. WHERE ASTHMA CASES HAVE JUMPED

Hundreds of thousands of people across Puerto Rico are struggling to breathe as asthma cases in the U.S. territory spike in the aftermath of Hurricane Maria, raising concerns about deteriorating health conditions.

8. THREE DECADES SINCE A 'DIFFERENT WORLD' WAS INTRODUCED

Thirty years ago a NASA scientist said global warming was here in what was called the opening salvo of the age of climate change

9. WHO REPEATS AS US OPEN CHAMP

Different style of course, same champion, as Brooks Koepka becomes the golf major's first back-to-back winner in 29 years.

10. BRAZIL WORLD CUP FANS DISAPPOINTED, FRUSTRATED

Latin America's biggest country watches its national team end up with an unsatisfactory 1-1 draw with Switzerland in its opening World Cup match.

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