Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about Wednesday:
1. HOW MILITANTS NAVIGATED BENEATH IRAQI TOWN
Video footage shows a complex network of tunnels stocked with U.S. made ammunition and plenty of supplies carved into rock underneath Sinjar.
2. OFFICER CHARGED WITH MURDER IN FATAL SHOOTING OF CHICAGO TEEN
The charges come hours before the city released police dash-cam video that showed Laquan McDonald being shot 16 times.
3. TURKEY SHOOTS DOWN RUSSIAN MILITARY JET
Ankara says the plane was in its airspace, which Russia denies, and NATO appeals for calm on both sides.
4. MINNEAPOLIS POLICE ARREST SUSPECTS IN SHOOTINGS OF PROTESTERS
Authorities arrest a white man and two others turn themselves in, as those demanding justice for a black man fatally shot by officers vow not to back down.
5. WHERE THE CLINTONS HAVE EARNED $35M SINCE 2001
Hillary Rodham Clinton and Bill Clinton earn the money giving 164 speeches to financial, real estate and insurance firms.
6. WHAT ELSE THE ORGANIZER OF PARIS ATTACKS WAS PLANNING
The Paris prosecutor says the alleged mastermind of the Nov. 13 attacks was likely plotting a suicide bombing to be carried out in the city's business district.
7. WHY GOVERNMENTS, TECH EXPERTS CLASH OVER CELL PHONE SECURITY
Some of the same measures that protect user privacy complicate intelligence agencies' tracking of potential threats.
8. MOST TRAVELERS ON THE ROAD FOR THANKSGIVING SINCE 2007
An estimated 46.9 million Americans will be taking cars, planes, buses or trains over the holiday weekend, fueled by cheap gas prices.
9. NEW YORK CITY CHURCH FINDS SURPRISING SIGHT IN NATIVITY SCENE MANGER
A custodian discovers a newborn baby crying in the manger outside. The baby is in good health as police search for its parents.
10. JOHNNY MANZIEL WAS ONCE A STARTER, IS NOW A THIRD-STRINGER
The Cleveland Browns bench the quarterback after video surfaces showing him holding champagne and rapping profane lyrics.