10 Things to Know for Friday

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Posted: Jun 18, 2015 9:09 PM
10 Things to Know for Friday

Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about Friday:

1. MAN SUSPECTED OF SHOOTING NINE AT HISTORIC BLACK CHURCH IS CAPTURED

Dylann Storm Roof, 21, is taken into custody after his car is spotted across the state line in North Carolina and is quickly returned to Charleston, site of the deadly attack.

2. PORTRAIT OF SUSPECT EMERGES

Dylann Roof in recent weeks railed about the Trayvon Martin case and about black people "taking over the world," a friend says.

3. POPE FAILS TO SWAY CLIMATE SKEPTICS IN US CONGRESS

GOP Sen. James Inhofe, for one, warns that the pope's encyclical on global warming will be used by "alarmists" to push policies that will lead to tax increases.

4. WHAT ROLE BRIAN WILLIAMS WILL FILL

NBC says the former "Nightly News" anchor is being given a second chance as a breaking news anchor at the cable network MSNBC.

5. GOP-LED HOUSE REVIVES OBAMA'S TRADE AGENDA

The vote clears the way for a showdown in the Senate over measures that would strengthen the president's hand in trade talks involving 12 countries in Asia, North America and South America.

6. GREECE BAILOUT TALKS COLLAPSE

The breakdown intensifies fears that the country is heading for bankruptcy and an exit from the euro.

7. HOW IMMIGRATION LANDSCAPE HAS CHANGED

Mexico now deports more Central American migrants than the United States, a dramatic shift since the U.S. asked Mexico for help a year ago with a spike in illegal migration.

8. HUMBLE HOUSE CALL NOW SEEN IN NEW LIGHT

Data suggest home visits by medical workers can improve care and cut costs for some of Medicare's frailest patients.

9. WHERE ELEPHANTS ARE BEING SLAUGHTERED ON INDUSTRIAL SCALE

Researchers test DNA from tusks of slain animals and identify widespread poaching in Tanzania and several nations in the central-western part of Africa.

10. CHAMBERS BAY SHOWS SOFTER SIDE

An overcast sky, lack of wind and relatively gentle setup by the USGA help the field as the U.S. Open begins on the feared links-style course.