Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about Friday:
1. PICTURE EMERGES OF SUSPECTS IN PARIS CARNAGE
The two brothers were on the U.S. no-fly list, and the younger brother may have traveled to Yemen several years ago for terror training.
2. OBAMA PAYS RESPECTS AT FRENCH EMBASSY
He declares that "terror is no match for freedom" and fills nearly a page in a condolence book.
3. WHAT COULD ADD 300,000 AMERICAN JOBS
If oil stays near its current price, strong job growth is foreseen this year at retailers, auto dealers, shipping firms, restaurants and hotels.
4. PROBE FAULTS NFL'S PASSIVITY IN RAY RICE CASE
The league should have done more to find out just what happened between Rice and his fiancee before disciplining the player, an investigation determines.
5. 'OBAMACARE' DEALT SETBACK
The House approves legislation narrowing the definition of full-time workers who must be offered employer-provided health care.
6. WHO'S DECIDED AGAINST FIFTH SENATE TERM
California Democrat Barbara Boxer, first elected to the Senate in 1992, says she's retiring. The tenacious liberal has said she's most proud of her vote against the Iraq war.
7. STRONG WAVES SINK TOURIST VESSEL
Dozens of people on a pleasure cruise are rescued after the catamaran sinks off Costa Rica. But three others perish.
8. FANS CALL 'SELFIE STICKS' ULTIMATE CONVENIENCE
The expandable rods, which allow users to hold their cellphones a few feet away, mean no more bothering passers-by to take pictures.
9. ELVIS PRESLEY'S 80TH BIRTHDAY MARKED AT GRACELAND
Priscilla Presley, daughter Lisa Marie and fans of the late rock 'n' roll icon — born Jan. 8, 1935 — gather for a cake-cutting.
10. WHICH US CITY WILL SEEK 2024 SUMMER OLYMPICS
Boston beats out Los Angeles, San Francisco and Washington as the U.S. Olympic Committee's choice to bid for the Games.