Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about Thursday:
1. OBAMA SEALS LEGACY-DEFINING IRAN NUCLEAR DEAL
Congressional supporters now have the votes in hand to uphold a White House veto, if one becomes necessary, of a resolution of disapproval Republicans are trying to pass.
2. HOW PAKISTAN CORRUPTION AIDS EXTREMISTS
Foreign Islamic militants, seeking freedom of movement, have been able to secure Pakistani national identity cards for years in exchange for bribes as low as $100, the AP determines.
3. US MARKETS REBOUND — AT LEAST FOR A DAY
The Dow climbs nearly 300 points as stocks continue to bounce around sharply.
4. WHY CATCHING KILLERS OF ILLINOIS COP COULD BE DIFFICULT
The officer provided dispatchers only a vague description of the three fleeing men moments before he was shot.
5. BIDEN DROPS POSSIBLE HINT ABOUT HIS INTENTIONS
The veep — who's got people wondering whether he'll run for president — tells a crowd at a Florida college: "People who aren't willing to risk failing never succeed."
6. CALIFORNIA DATA SHOW RACIAL DISPARITY IN ARRESTS, DEATHS
Although just 6 percent of Californians are African Americans, they account for 17 percent of all arrests in the state and a quarter of in-custody deaths.
7. 'THESE THINGS REALLY DOMINATE OUR PLANET'
More than 3 trillion trees now grow on Earth, a study shows, seven times more than scientists previously thought.
8. WHO'LL BE 'DANCING WITH THE STARS'
ABC says Alek Skarlatos, one of the three men who foiled a terror attack on a Paris-bound train last month, is joining the show.
9. DEAN JONES DIES AT 84
The actor's boyish good looks made him a Disney favorite for such lighthearted films as "That Darn Cat!" and "The Love Bug."
10. COLLEGE FOOTBALL'S LATEST STAR COUNTING DOWN TO KICKOFF
As the season begins, Jim Harbaugh, Michigan's new head coach, is ready to move past the hype and get gritty on the field.