Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about Friday:
1. TRUMP ZEROES IN ON CLINTON'S TRUSTWORTHINESS, NEW FBI PROBE
The Democratic candidate and allies, meanwhile, are seeking to keep the spotlight on her rival's temperament and disparaging comments about women and minorities.
2. WHAT MELANIA TRUMP VOWS TO TAKE ON AS FIRST LADY
The GOP nominee's wife pledges to focus on combatting online bullying and advocating for women and children if her husband is elected to the White House.
3. WHY BREXIT HITS SPEED BUMP
The U.K. High Court rules the government can't start exit negotiations without a vote in Parliament, deepening Britain's divide over Europe.
4. AS IRAQI FORCES ENTER MOSUL, SOME CIVILIANS DON'T FEEL SAFE
They face a dilemma: stay in an area still beset by heavy fighting, or evacuate for the uncertainty of a displacement camp.
5. SURVIVORS REPORT 240 DEAD IN 2 MEDITERRANEAN SHIPWRECKS
The estimate brings this year's toll to more than 4,220 migrants dead or missing in Mediterranean Sea crossings, the highest count on record.
6. CLERGY JOIN DAKOTA ACCESS PIPELINE PROTESTERS FOR CEREMONY
The interfaith event is organized to draw attention to the concerns of the Standing Rock Sioux and push officials to halt the $3.8 billion project.
7. IOWA POLICE SLAYING SUSPECT HIT MOM
Scott Michael Greene, 46, was facing intense money problems, had been found by a judge to financially exploit his mother and was ordered to move out of her basement hours before the shootings.
8. OPRAH'S ELVES UNVEIL HER 101 FAVORITE THINGS
The list includes affordable stocking stuffers, from a box of hair bands wrapped like candy, to big-ticket items like a smart TV that looks like contemporary art.
9. WHOSE COLLABORATION SPARKS CLASH ON SOCIAL MEDIA
The Country Music Association is dealing with an onslaught of negative comments online about the performance by Beyonce and the Dixie Chicks on their 50th annual awards show.
10. NARRATIVE CHANGES FOR CUBS FANS
Amid all the celebrating ahead of Friday's big downtown parade, there is a bit of confusion on just how to proceed. After all, 108 years of falling short is a long time.