Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about Thursday:
1. DETAILS EMERGE ON DEADLY AIRSTRIKE TARGETING CHARITY HOSPITAL
There are mounting indications the U.S. military, in launching the attack, relied heavily on Afghan allies who falsely claimed the hospital had been taken over by the Taliban.
2. PUTIN ORDERS INTERNAL PROBE INTO DOPING ALLEGATIONS
The action reflects concern that Russia's track and field athletes could be hit with a blanket ban for next year's summer Games in Rio de Janeiro.
3. WHO'S SURPRISINGLY OPTIMISTIC THAT GLOBAL WARMING WILL BE ADDRESSED
"We're going to win this," Al Gore, who has long sounded alarms, tells the AP in advance of a top-level international climate summit in Paris.
4. GOP'S CARSON TALKS ISSUES — AND COMES UP SHORT
In his turns at the microphone during the latest Republican debate, the popular political neophyte bobbled more than a few facts.
5. HOW NEW YORK MARKED VETERANS DAY
The city hosts its 96th annual parade, the largest celebration of service in the nation.
6. RUSSIAN PEACE PLAN MET WITH SKEPTICISM
Syrians on both sides of the conflict voice opposition to the plan, as deep divisions remain over the fate of President Assad.
7. WHY FANTASY SPORTS MAY FACE MORE LEGAL HEADACHES
The daily fantasy sites have been operating on shaky legal ground in about a dozen states, one expert estimates.
8. MILLENNIAL WOMEN NOT LEAVING NEST
Young American women are living with their parents or relatives at a rate not seen since 1940, a survey shows.
9. VITRIOL FLOWS BETWEEN BILL O'REILLY, COLUMNIST
The clash with pundit George Will centers on the characterization in O'Reilly's book "Killing Reagan" of the former president as occasionally mentally incapable to serve.
10. 3 CITIES TRYING TO SAVE NFL TEAMS
Officials from Oakland, San Diego and St. Louis plead with the league's owners not to move their teams to Los Angeles.