Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about Wednesday:
1. SIDES EVENLY DIVIDED AFTER ISRAELI VOTE
Netanyahu and his chief rival will now compete for a chance to form a coalition that commands a majority in parliament.
2. EMBATTLED ILLINOIS CONGRESSMAN RESIGNS
The move by Republican Aaron Schock follows revelations about his business deals and lavish spending.
3. LETTER SENT TO WHITE HOUSE TESTS POSITIVE FOR CYANIDE
After the tentative test result, the sample is being analyzed further, the Secret Service says.
4. CHURCH APPROVES GAY MARRIAGE IN ITS CONSTITUTION
The Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) becomes the largest Protestant group to formally recognize gay marriage as Christian and allow same-sex weddings in every congregation.
5. GOP ROLLS OUT PLAN TO BALANCE BUDGET IN 10 YEARS
But lawmakers have shown no appetite to pass the cuts that would be necessary to reach that goal.
6. WHERE ACCEPTANCE OF EUTHANASIA IS GROWING
Almost one in 20 people in northern Belgium died using euthanasia in 2013 — more than doubling the numbers in six years, a study shows.
7. CHARLES AND CAMILLA TOUCH DOWN IN DC
The couple will visit cultural and educational sites in Washington over the next three days.
8. WHOSE ACCURACY IS BEING QUESTIONED
Biopsy specialists frequently misdiagnose breast tissue, potentially leading to too-aggressive treatment for some women and under-treatment for others, a study suggests.
9. 'INSURGENT' DIFFERENT KIND OF HOLLYWOOD ACTION FLICK
The film, unlike many in the genre, is populated with complicated and significant female characters, AP Film Writer Lindsey Bahr says.
10. HOW OBAMA MARKED ST. PATRICK'S DAY
Donning green in the Oval Office, he promotes U.S.-Irish ties as proof of America's immigrant-friendly tradition.