Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about Friday:
1. INVESTIGATORS LOOKING INTO WHETHER PRINCE DIED OF OVERDOSE
Among other threads in the probe, prescription drugs were discovered at the superstar musician's home where he was found dead, an official tells the AP.
2. WHO'S ECHOING TRUMP'S COMPLAINT THAT SYSTEM IS RIGGED
As Bernie Sanders' path to the White House becomes all but impossible, some of his supporters are lashing out at a system they believe was engineered against them from the start.
3. EX-US HOUSE SPEAKER UNLOADS ON CRUZ
John Boehner, during a talk to college students, characterizes the Texas senator as "Lucifer in the flesh."
4. WHERE AID AGENCIES ARE WARNING OF LOOMING HUMANITARIAN DISASTER
Aleppo, Syria's largest city, has again been turned into a major battleground with the collapse of a two-month cease-fire in the civil war.
5. BILL WOULD REQUIRE US WOMEN TO REGISTER FOR MILITARY DRAFT
The measure passed by a House committee comes just months after the Defense Department lifted all gender-based restrictions on front-line combat units.
6. 'BOMB' HOOKED TO MAN PROVES FAKE
The young man claiming to have a bomb is shot and wounded by police after walking into a Baltimore TV station dressed in an animal costume.
7. RESCUERS SEARCH FOR SURVIVORS AT GUATEMALAN GARBAGE DUMP
A massive slope of trash at the dump collapses, killing at least four people.
8. US GDP EXPANDS PALTRY 0.5 PERCENT IN FIRST QUARTER
The negligible growth shines a light on the American economy's fitful recovery during a presidential election year.
9. WHICH TV LEGEND HAS DIED AT 87
Philip Kives created K-Tel, and his commercials implored viewers to "wait, there's more!" while selling everything from vegetable slicers to hit music compilations on vinyl.
10. QBS GOFF, WENTZ TOP TWO PICKS OF NFL DRAFT
It's the second straight year that two quarterbacks are the first names off the board, and the seventh time it's happened in the modern era of the draft since 1967.