Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about Friday:
1. DEATH TOLL RISES AMID ANGER AND GRIEF IN TURKEY
Chanting the names of lost miners, relatives laid their dead to rest in mass burials as gravediggers labored to make room for scores more victims.
2. WHERE WILDFIRES ROAR BACK TO LIFE
Just when firefighters thought they had the upper hand in California, a new fire gains strength near San Marcos.
3. BOKO HARAM NOW TOP U.S. PRIORITY
The State Department acknowledges it could have acted sooner to designate Nigeria's Boko Haram a foreign terrorist organization
4. WAVE OF ANTI-GOVERNMENT PROTESTS BEGIN IN BRAZIL
Demonstrations spread across the country to draw attention to housing and education needs before next month's World Cup.
5. 9/11 MUSEUM OPENS TO RELATIVES AND SURVIVORS
Victims' friends, relatives, rescue workers and survivors come together as President Obama calls the museum a symbol that "Nothing can ever break us."
6. GAY MARRIAGES QUICKLY RESUMES IN ARKANSAS
A judge whose previous order had sown confusion among county clerks expands his ruling to remove all vestiges of same-sex marriage bans from state law.
7. TAMPA MILITARY MOM CONVICTED OF KILLING HER TEENS
A former Florida Army officer's wife has been convicted of first-degree murder in the shooting deaths of her children, with jurors rejecting her insanity plea.
8. WHY DOW JONES INDUSTRIAL HAD WORST DAY IN 5 WEEKS
Investors retreated from stocks after disappointing earnings from Wal-Mart and mixed news about the global economy.
9. AARON HERNANDEZ CHARGED IN 2 MORE SHOOTING DEATHS
The former New England Patriots tight end ambushed and gunned down two men after an encounter inside a nightclub nearly two years ago, prosecutors say.
10. HOW JUPITOR'S GREAT RED SPOT IS SHRINKING
Scientists aren't sure yet, but the giant long-lasting storm is narrowing by about 580 miles a year, much faster than ever before.