Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about Friday:
1. SAY GOODBYE TO TRANS FATS
The FDA announces that it is requiring the food industry to phase them out.
2. WHAT'S A SIGN THAT IRAN TALKS ARE PROGRESSING
Kerry is flying to Geneva to join the negotiations aimed at restricting the Iranians' nuclear activities.
3. TYPHOON SLAMS THE PHILIPPINES
It's one of the strongest such storms ever recorded, with the U.S. Navy measuring wind gusts up to 235 mph.
4. OBAMA SAYS HE'S SORRY PEOPLE ARE LOSING HEALTH INSURANCE
He pledges the government will do everything it can to help those "in a tough position."
5. TWITTER STOCK SOARS
Shares go on sale to the public and immediately climb more than 70 percent above the offering price.
6. WHO'S LIKELY TO BE SUSPECTED IN ARAFAT'S DEATH
Besides Israel, the Palestinians could fall under a cloud, since he was holed up in his West Bank compound for months before he died, surrounded by staff.
7. MILITANT WHO PLOTTED ATTACK ON TEEN TO LEAD PAKISTANI TALIBAN
Mullah Fazlullah, the ruthless commander behind the shooting of activist Malala Yousafzai, is chosen unanimously. The previous chief was killed by a U.S. drone.
8. WHY OUTRAGE IS SPREADING IN KENYA
A 16-year-old girl is reportedly gang-raped and thrown into a pit latrine. Her alleged attackers' only punishment: Being told to mow grass.
9. BILLY GRAHAM MARKS A MILESTONE
The evangelist, joined by hundreds at a hotel near his North Carolina home, celebrates his 95th birthday.
10. OLYMPIC TORCH GETS RIDE TO SPACE STATION
The Sochi symbol of peace will be taken on a spacewalk Saturday.