Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about Friday:
1. HACKERS SWITCHING TACTICS
Experts say the insurance industry is the latest target for cyber criminals, after banks and retailers increased security.
2. HOW POPE FRANCIS FEELS ABOUT SPANKING
The pontiff says it's OK to spank your kids — as long as their dignity is maintained.
3. MEASLES CROPS UP AT CHICAGO DAY CARE
How the five children — all infants too young to be vaccinated — became infected is still a mystery.
4. LEADERS OF FRANCE, GERMANY PUSH PEACE PLAN FOR UKRAINE
The high-level diplomacy comes amid fears the conflict is threatening Europe's overall security.
5. ANGER BUILDS OVER GRUESOME SLAYING
A video showing a Jordanian pilot being burned to death by his Islamic State captors has triggered a backlash in his home country against the extremists — even among former sympathizers.
6. WHY US IS MOVING SEARCH-AND-RESCUE CREWS TO NORTHERN IRAQ
The move gets crews closer to the battlefields in Iraq and Syria following the uproar over the killing of the captured pilot.
7. AMY PASCAL STEPPING DOWN AT SONY PICTURES
The co-chairman's departure comes after a massive hack hit the company and revealed embarrassing emails.
8. RADIOSHACK FILES FOR BANKRUPTCY AFTER YEARS OF LOSSES
The electronics retailer has struggled as shoppers increasingly shift to buying online.
9. WHO'S DUE FOR BREAKTHROUGH AT GRAMMYS
Katy Perry, nominated twice this year, has been shut out by the Recording Academy despite 11 previous nominations dating to 2009.
10. TIGER WOODS MAKES EARLY EXIT
He withdraws from the Farmers Insurance Open, only his second of the year, with an apparent back injury.