Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about Friday:
1. WHAT'S NEXT CHALLENGE FOR OBAMA ON IMMIGRATION
He'll have to sell the politics and the policy of his go-it-alone strategy while he is at one of the lowest points in his presidency.
2. ANOTHER COSBY ACCUSER COMES FORWARD
A Florida woman is the fourth in recent weeks to say the comic gave her pills that made her feel groggy then forced himself on her sexually.
3. WHY THINGS COULD GET EVEN WORSE IN SNOWY BUFFALO
Rain and temperatures as high as 60 are forecast for the weekend, raising the specter of flooding.
4. PROFILE OF FLORIDA STATE GUNMAN EMERGES
Myron May, 31, was an FSU grad and attorney who believed the government was targeting him for persecution, authorities say.
5. JUST FRACTION OF UNEMPLOYED IN US HAVE SIGNED UP FOR GOVERNMENT AID
That's partly because people who have lost their jobs are more confident of finding work, now that the job market is improving.
6. LATEST ALARM ON GLOBAL WARMING
Last month was the hottest October on record worldwide — and 2014 is on pace to be the hottest year on record, NOAA reports.
7. WHERE MATTHEW SHEPARD'S FAMILY IS PREACHING TOLERANCE
The parents of the gay Wyoming college student who was tortured and murdered are traveling to Russia, where anti-gay policies and attitudes are widespread.
8. US HEALTH REGULATORS OK HARD-TO-ABUSE VERSION OF HYDROCODONE
Deaths linked to the abuse of opioid painkillers have risen to nearly 17,000 a year.
9. FAMED FILM DIRECTOR DIES AT 83
Mike Nichols, in movies like "The Graduate," ''Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?" and "Carnal Knowledge," was a supreme orchestrator of material, talent and taste.
10. BILLS HOSTING JETS — BUT NOT AT HOME STADIUM
The NFL is moving the Bills' game against the New York Jets to Detroit because of the severe snow in Buffalo.