Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about Thursday:
1. TRUMP ACCUSES CRUZ OF DIRTY TRICKS IN IOWA
The real estate mogul charges the Texas senator with "fraud" and calls for a do-over of the Iowa caucuses.
2. CASE AGAINST BILL COSBY WILL CONTINUE
A judge refuses to throw out the sexual assault case against the comic, sweeping aside claims that Cosby had been granted immunity a decade ago.
3. FEW ZIKA SAMPLES BEING SHARED BY BRAZIL
The lack of data from the latest outbreak of the virus is frustrating efforts to develop diagnostic tests, drugs and vaccines, U.N. and U.S. health officials tell the AP.
4. WHAT'S GOOD NEWS FOR DROUGHT-STRICKEN CALIFORNIA
Strict water conservation orders could be dramatically scaled back — or even ended — if El Nino storms keep pummeling the state into the spring.
5. TALKS TO END SYRIAN CIVIL WAR SUSPENDED
The U.N. envoy for Syria announces a "temporary pause" in the fractious peace talks just two days after they officially began.
6. WHY TOYOTA IS KILLING YOUTH-ORIENTED SCION
After years of courting younger buyers with their own brand, Toyota discovered that what they really want is Toyotas.
7. OBAMA PREACHES TOLERANCE DURING FIRST VISIT TO U.S. MOSQUE
Although he has visited mosques overseas, the president waited until his final year in office to make such a visit at home, reflecting the issue's sensitive political implications.
8. WHICH RARE BEAST HAS BEEN CAUGHT ON CAMERA
The only known wild jaguar in the U.S. is seen roaming a mountain range in southern Arizona in the first publicly released video of the giant cat.
9. BOB ELLIOTT DIES AT 92
The entertainer was half of the enduring television and radio comedy team Bob and Ray, and the father of actor-comedian Chris Elliott.
10. HOW SUPER BOWL HALFTIME SHOW HAS EVOLVED
From modest beginnings, the halftime show has become one of the year's top cultural moments and is commonly seen by more people than the game itself.