Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about Wednesday:
1. WHY PICTURE OF ORLANDO GUNMAN GROWS MURKIER
The FBI is investigating if Omar Mateen was a regular customer at the gay nightclub he attacked, and if he had been leading a secret gay life.
2. 'I WAS JUST BEGGING GOD TO TAKE THE SOUL OUT MY BODY'
Those are the words of Patience Carter, who was shot in the leg during the nightclub rampage and feared she would die before police rescued her.
3. WHO DENOUNCES TRUMP'S ANTI-MUSLIM RHETORIC
President Obama blasts the views of the presumptive Republican presidential nominee as a threat to American security.
4. SENATE OKS $602B DEFENSE BILL
The legislation would bar the closing of the prison at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, setting the stage for a showdown with President Obama.
5. WHAT COURT'S RULING ON 'NET NEUTRALITY' MEANS
An appeals court preserves regulations that force internet providers treat all online traffic equally, without favoring their own services and disadvantaging others.
6. TRIAL STARTS OVER CLAIMS ZEPPELIN STOLE 'STAIRWAY' RIFF
Jimmy Page and Robert Plant are defendants in a lawsuit that contends their blockbuster 1971 hit "Stairway to Heaven" copies music from the song "Taurus," by the band Spirit.
7. FDA APPROVES STOMACH-DRAINING OBESITY TREATMENT
A new weight loss device offers a novel approach to cutting calories: draining them from the stomach before they are digested.
8. IRAQ DETAINS MEN FLEEING ISLAMIC STATE-HELD FALLUJAH
Amnesty International estimates thousands of young men leaving the city are being jailed by Iraqi officials on suspicion that they sympathize with the militant group.
9. ROWDY FANS COULD GET RUSSIA BOUNCED FROM EURO CHAMPIONSHIP
Russia will be expelled from the tournament if its fans cause more violence at its remaining soccer matches, a disciplinary panel rules.
10. 'THE GREAT ONE' PAYS RESPECTS TO 'MR HOCKEY'
"It was one of the great honors of my life," said Wayne Gretzky, chosen as a pallbearer at Gordie Howe's funeral.