Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about Wednesday:
1. IS GROUP CLAIMS RESPONSIBILITY FOR BRUSSELS ATTACKS
The back-to-back bombings of the city's airport and subway again lay bare Europe's vulnerability to suicide squads.
2. NEW NORMAL IN EUROPE — TERROR ALERTS ALWAYS ON HIGH
People in cities so far spared major violence assume it's a matter of when, not if.
3. OBAMA CAPS VISIT TO CUBA
With Raul Castro looking on, the American president openly urges the Cuban people to pursue a more democratic future.
4. HOW FBI MIGHT HACK INTO IPHONE WITHOUT APPLE'S HELP
Even a tiny flaw unknown to the software's creator — known as a zero-day vulnerability — could potentially give the government a way in.
5. AS PRESIDENTIAL PRIMARIES ROLL ON, FRONT-RUNNERS AIMING TO PULL AWAY
Trump and Clinton would love to wrap things up and get on with a head-to-head race for the White House, unobstructed by any rivals.
6. EX-TORONTO MAYOR DIES AT 46 AFTER CANCER FIGHT
Rob Ford was a pugnacious populist whose career crashed in a drug-driven, obscenity-laced debacle.
7. WHO'S HOPING TO BE NEXT 'JUDGE JUDY'
Sarah Palin signs a deal to make a pilot for a reality courtroom TV show.
8. FDA ADDING BOLD WARNING TO PAINKILLERS
It's part of a multi-pronged U.S. government campaign to reverse an epidemic of abuse and death tied to drugs like Vicodin and Percocet.
9. WHAT'S NEW WAY FOR MUSIC GROUPS TO MAKE MONEY
From Bruce Springsteen to Phish, top bands are selling their concert recordings through the website nugs.net.
10. RAYS GET BEST OF CUBAN NATIONAL TEAM
In a game attended by presidents Obama and Raul Castro, Tampa Bay beats Cuba 4-1. It's the first visit by a major league team to the communist island since 1999.