Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about Thursday:
Marilou Danley says she had no idea of the massacre he was plotting when he sent her on a trip abroad to see her family.
Solemn in the face of tragedy, the president visits hospital bedsides and a vital police base in stricken Las Vegas.
A spokeswoman for the secretary of state denies an NBC report that he called the president a "moron" after a contentious meeting at the Pentagon.
Capitol Hill Republicans are advancing budget plans integral to the overhaul of the tax code that would add up to $1.5 trillion to U.S. debt.
At a time when North Korea is banned from selling almost anything, seafood prepared by the country's workers has gone U.S. stores and homes, the AP determines.
The announcement by Rep. Tim Murphy of Pennsylvania comes amid revelations that the married anti-abortion lawmaker urged his mistress to get an abortion when he thought she was pregnant.
Embattled British Prime Minister Theresa May gives a speech during which she's plagued by a cough and interrupted by a prankster while parts of the backdrop fall down.
Documents reveal that while the American public was stunned when the USSR launched the world's first artificial satellite 60 years ago, intelligence agencies weren't caught off-guard.
A German woman files a complaint alleging the Oscar-winning director sexually assaulted her 45 years ago in a Swiss resort town while she was in her mid-teens.
As the NHL season begins, the Penguins are looking to become the first team to win three championships in a row since the Islanders dynasty of the early 1980s.