Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about Friday:
1. GOOD-COP, BAD-COP DYNAMIC EMERGING
Trump's spats with partners from Australia to Mexico leave new Secretary of State Tillerson and others in his Cabinet to clean up any lasting damage.
2. WHITE HOUSE CAUTIONS ISRAEL ON SETTLEMENTS
Shifting his tone, Trump says constructing new settlements may not help bring peace to the region.
3. POLICE STORM PRISON, END STANDOFF
Authorities use a backhoe to smash their way into Delaware's largest prison and end a hostage standoff that left a guard dead.
4. VIOLENT PROTESTS AGAINST RIGHT-WING PROVOCATEUR STIR DEBATE
The demonstrations at UC Berkeley leaves students wondering what has become of the institution known as the birthplace of the free speech movement.
5. MEXICAN GOODS: REFRIGERATORS, TVS, CARS, TRUCKS AND MORE
If the United States imposes a border tax on Mexican imports, it's not just tequila, beer and avocados that would jump in price.
6. WHICH RESUME IS RAISING EYEBROWS
The agency's new deputy director is a career spymaster who once ran a CIA prison in Thailand where terror suspects were waterboarded.
7. COMPANY BEHIND SNAPCHAT SEEKING UP TO $3 BILLION
Snap Inc., the teen-oriented social network famous for its quickly disappearing messages, files for what could be one of the largest tech IPOs in years.
8. WHO'S NEW CHAMP ON INSTAGRAM
Beyonce's photo on the sharing site showing her baby bump racks up a record 8 million likes — and counting.
9. PUNXSUTAWNEY PHIL ADVISES: BUTTON UP
Pennsylvania's most famous groundhog "predicts" six more weeks of winter after seeing his shadow.
10. WHY PATRIOTS WILL PREVAIL
New England's defense will remain stingy against the best attack in pro football, predicts the AP's Barry Wilner, and turn back Atlanta, 30-23, in the Super Bowl.