10 Things to Know for Today

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

1. AP ANALYSIS: TRUMP INTEL SHARING COULD RATTLE ALLIES

Reports that the U.S. president revealed sensitive intelligence to Russian officials comes just a few days before his debut on the international stage.

2. WHO MAY HAVE MORE LINKS IN MALWARE ATTACK

President Donald Trump waves as he leaves after speaking at the 36th Annual National Peace Officers’ memorial service, Monday, May 15. 2017, on Capitol Hill in Washington. (AP Photo/Pablo Martinez Monsivais)

CORRECTS FROM HUTCHIS TO HUTCHINS -British IT expert Marcus Hutchins who has been branded a hero for slowing down the WannaCry global cyber attack, sits in front of his workstation during an interview in Ilfracombe, England, Monday, May 15, 2017. Hutchins thwarted the virus that took computer files hostage around the world, including the British National Health computer network, telling The Associated Press he doesn’t consider himself a hero but fights malware because “it’s the right thing to do.’’ (AP Photo/Frank Augstein)

This photo shows the book “Thirteen Reasons Why” in a photo illustration Monday, May 15, 2017, in Phoenix. As a Colorado community mourns the loss of seven students who killed themselves, a top school district official ordered librarians to temporarily stop circulating a book that’s the basis for Netflix’s popular new series “13 Reasons Why,” which some critics say romanticizes suicide. (AP Photo/Ross D. Franklin)

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

1. AP ANALYSIS: TRUMP INTEL SHARING COULD RATTLE ALLIES

Reports that the U.S. president revealed sensitive intelligence to Russian officials comes just a few days before his debut on the international stage.

2. WHO MAY HAVE MORE LINKS IN MALWARE ATTACK

A South Korean cybersecurity expert says the way hackers took computers hostage during the global “ransomware” attack is similar to previous cyberattacks attributed to North Korea.

3. ERDOGAN COMING TO WHITE HOUSE

Trump and Turkey’s president are expected to address the Syrian civil war, the refugee crisis and the fight against the Islamic State group.

4. CHINESE ENAMORED WITH ‘GOLDEN VISAS’

More than 100,000 Chinese have poured at least $24 billion in the last decade into programs across the world that offer residence in exchange for investment, an AP analysis finds.

5. SUPREME COURT ORDER UNLIKELY TO DETER VOTING RESTRICTIONS

The high court’s refusal to breathe new life into North Carolina’s voter identification law might be just a temporary victory for civil rights groups.

6. FEDS: BULLYING PERSISTS, SEX CRIME UP IN SCHOOLS

One in every 5 middle and high school students complained of being bullied at school and the number of reports of sexual assault on college campuses more than tripled over the past decade.

7. NEO-NAZI WEBSITE COURTS NEW READERS … IN SPANISH

The Daily Stormer launches El Daily Stormer as a “news portal” tailoring its racist, anti-Semitic content for readers in Spain and Latin America.

8. SUICIDE BOOK ‘THIRTEEN REASONS WHY’ PULLED

A top school district in Colorado orders librarians to temporarily stop circulating a book that’s the basis for Netflix’s popular new series “13 Reasons Why,” which some critics say romanticizes suicide.

9. NO LAUGHING MATTER FOR CONAN O’BRIEN

A federal judge is letting an unusual lawsuit proceed on a trio of jokes a San Diego writer claims the comedian stole.

10. WHY THERE’S HOPE FOR SPURS STAR

Kawhi Leonard will miss Game 2 of the Western Conference finals with an ankle sprain, but there is a precedent for players returning from this type of injury.