Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about Wednesday:
1. WHAT'S FRUSTRATING EUROZONE LEADERS
They're expecting a written blueprint from Greece on how its leaders plan to save the country from financial ruin. But so far they've gotten only vague proposals.
2. COSBY'S MORALIZING MIGHT HAVE BEEN HIS UNDOING
A judge in deciding to unseal damaging court testimony that the comedian gave in 2005 cites the gap between the public and the private man.
3. F-16 FIGHTER JET COLLIDES WITH SMALL PLANE OVER SOUTH CAROLINA
The cause of the crash, which rained down plane parts and debris and killed two people, is under investigation.
4. RIGHT-TO-DIE MOVEMENT SUFFERS DEFEAT
California lawmakers drop one of the strongest legislative efforts in the U.S. to allow terminally ill patients to legally end their lives.
5. LATEST DEADLINE IN IRAN TALKS COMES AND GOES
The delay raises new questions about the ability of world powers to cut off all Iranian pathways to a bomb through diplomacy.
6. FBI DESCENDS ON HOME OF SUBWAY SPOKESMAN JARED FOGLE
The raid is likely linked to a child pornography investigation involving the former director of the foundation that Fogle founded to combat childhood obesity.
7. POPE WRAPS UP ECUADOR VISIT; NEXT STOP: BOLIVIA
Francis' last day in Quito includes an open-air Mass that draws more than 1 million people.
8. WHO'S TAKEN TO TWITTER IN BIG WAY
After inaugurating his account, @POTUS, earlier this summer, Obama's been popping off tweets at all hours of the day — musing about sports, pop culture, even Supreme Court rulings.
9. CARNIVAL SETTING SAIL FOR CUBA
Starting next spring, the world's largest cruise company will offer trips from Miami to the Caribbean island nation.
10. WHERE US WOMEN'S CHAMPIONSHIP SOCCER SQUAD WILL HEAR CHEERS
A parade has been scheduled for Friday in New York City, along Broadway from the Battery to City Hall, known as the Canyon of Heroes.