Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about Wednesday:
1. ISTANBUL AIRPORT ATTACKED
Islamic State group extremists are suspected of killing at least 36 people and wounding many others.
2. WHAT HOUSE BENGHAZI REPORT DOES, OR DOESN'T, REVEAL
Republicans wrap up their two-year investigation into the deadly Benghazi attacks without a smoking gun revealing wrongdoing by Hillary Clinton, despite a litany of Obama administration mistakes.
3. EUROPEAN UNION TELLS UK TO HURRY UP AND BREXIT
Prime Minister David Cameron's pleas for favorable conditions for Britain once it leaves the bloc were met with rejections from one EU leader after another.
4. WILL EU KEEP ENGLISH AS ITS LINGUA FRANCA?
English, the most widely spoken and written language in the EU's institutions, would no longer be an official language once Britain leaves the bloc.
5. WHY BRAZIL'S POLICE HELICOPTERS ARE GROUNDED
Just weeks ahead of the Olympic Games, Rio de Janeiro's security forces are so pressed for funds that some have to beg for donations of pens, cleaning supplies and even toilet paper.
6. GOLF'S RETURN TO OLYMPICS IS IN THE ROUGH
After an 112-year absence, golf's future in the games is threatened by at least 10 players who already have withdrawn, including stars Jason Day and Rory McIlroy.
7. TRUMP CALLS FOR NEW ERA OF ECONOMIC 'AMERICANISM'
The Republican presidential candidate promised to restore millions of lost manufacturing jobs by backing away from decades of U.S. policy that encouraged trade with other nations.
8. HOW TRUMP TREATED CREDITORS WHEN HIS CASINO WENT BUST
More than 250 contractors who helped build Trump's Taj Mahal casino in Atlantic City were owed $70 million in 1990 as the casino slid into bankruptcy, and many remain bitter about how little they were paid.
9. WHERE RECREATIONAL MARIJUANA WILL BE VOTED ON NEXT
California voters will decide whether to legalize pot after enough signatures were submitted to place the question on the November ballot.
10. BASKETBALL MOURNS A PIONEER
Pat Summitt, who elevated women's basketball to new heights as the most successful coach in major college hoops history during a storied career at Tennessee, has died at 64.