Here are six things to know for today.
The Russian Foreign Ministry wants the details of a U.S.-Russia ceasefire agreement made public. The foreign ministry told reporters that Moscow is happy with the deal and has nothing to hide.
The Graves County Sheriff's Department is looking for Tammy Littlepage. She is wanted on animal cruelty charges. If you've seen her, contact the sheriff's department.
Hillary Clinton's campaign is getting a lot of criticism this morning over not releasing that she had been diagnosed with pneumonia. She says she kept campaigning, despite her diagnosis, because she thought she could handle it.
Olympic swimmer Ryan Lochte says he feels "hurt" after two men rushed the stage after his performance on Dancing with the Stars. The protesters are upset about Lochte lying about being robbed while in Rio.
No NCAA championships will be played in the state of North Carolina. It is all because of a state law that critics say leads to discrimination against the LGBT community. The only exception is if a team earns the right to play on their own campus.
Officials in Florida are trying to contain the spread of Zika-carrying mosquitoes. Florida now has 64 cases of Zika from local mosquitoes. Now they are looking for some help from Washington.
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