Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about Thursday:
1. ALL-TOO-FAMILIAR SWING STATE VITAL FOR TRUMP
Both sides agree the billionaire businessman has virtually no chance to win the presidency without Florida's trove of 29 electoral votes.
2. IRAQI SPECIAL FORCES PUSH INTO EASTERN MOSUL
As Islamic State fighters are driven out, celebrations include children flashing the "V'' for victory sign.
3. CUBS-INDIANS JUST LATEST IN WORLD SERIES GAME SEVENS
Maybe the most memorable came in 1960 when Bill Mazeroski ripped a home run in the bottom of the ninth to lift Pittsburgh over the Yankees, 10-9.
4. SUSPECT IN CUSTODY IN POLICE KILLINGS
A white man with a history of racial provocations and interactions with police is accused of ambushing and fatally shooting two white Des Moines-area officers.
5. HOW FACEBOOK AIMS TO BOOST ADVERTISING REVENUE
The social network's latest strategy is to stress videos — and the ads that can be sold around them.
6. JURY SEATED IN TRIAL OF WHITE OFFICER WHO SHOT BLACK MAN IN BACK
The slaying in South Carolina stunned the nation after it was recorded by a bystander.
7. WHO'S UNDER GROWING PRESSURE TO QUIT
South African President Jacob Zuma faces calls to resign amid suspected corruption at the top levels of his government.
8. US, EUROPE AT ODDS OVER IRANIAN AIRLINE
The airline, backed by the notorious Revolutionary Guard, acquires rights to fly routes in more than a dozen countries despite U.S. terror-related sanctions.
9. WHY NEW CANCER TREATMENTS ARE PROBLEMATIC
In rare cases, some powerful new therapies that harness the immune system to fight cancer may cause potentially fatal heart damage.
10. CMAs CELEBRATE 50TH BIRTHDAY
A mix of classic and contemporary country music stars helps mark the milestone in Nashville at the annual awards show.