Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:
1. INTENSIVE MANHUNT ON FOR WAFFLE HOUSE SUSPECT
Travis Reinking, 29, was nearly naked and brandishing an assault-style rifle when he opened fire in the parking lot and then stormed the restaurant, killing four people, police say.
2. WORLD WATCHING FOR SIGNS AT KOREAS SUMMIT
Even limited success on the nuclear front could mean a prolonged detente and smooth the path for a planned summit between Kim Jong Un and Trump in May or June.
3. POMPEO FACING RARE OPPOSITION FROM SENATE PANEL
It would be the first time in years that a nominee for secretary of state did not receive a favorable committee vote.
4. SUPREME COURT TO HAVE SAY IN TRUMP POLICY
The justices' first deep dive into White House policy comes in a dispute over the administration's ban on travel from some countries with majority Muslim populations.
5. BRANDS SAY ALIBABA PUNISHED THEM FOR REFUSING EXCLUSIVITY
Major companies tell AP they've been punished by Alibaba after refusing exclusive partnerships with the e-commerce giant, which denies wrongdoing.
6. NEW MEMORIAL TO HONOR THOUSANDS KILLED IN LYNCHINGS
The National Memorial for Peace and Justice in Montgomery, Alabama, aims to teach about America's racist past in hope of promoting understanding and healing.
7. NOW IT'S MORE THAN COOKIES
Thousands of girls have become Cub Scouts as the Boy Scouts of America begins welcoming them into the organization in new ways.
8. HOW EXPERTS VIEW THE ECONOMY
Business economists find that more of their companies foresee rising sales and expect to continue hiring and raising pay, a survey finds.
9. 'MINI-ME' ACTOR DEAD AT 49
Verne Troyer became a celebrity and pop-culture phenomenon after starring alongside Mike Myers as the tiny, hairless clone of villain Dr. Evil in the "Austin Powers" films.
10. FIRST-ROUND 'KING' STILL ON TRACK
LeBron James and Kyle Korver spur a late Cleveland run, helping the Cavs to a 104-100 victory over the Pacers to even the playoff series 2-2.
This story corrects spelling of "Verne" in No. 9.