Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about Thursday:
1. CALLS FOR WIDER MILITARY MISSION FOLLOW SLAYING OF JORDANIAN PILOT
As one Kurdish leader puts it, the U.S.-led airstrikes are helpful, but to finish the Islamic State group "you need to finish it on the ground."
2. FCC BACKS REGULATING INTERNET LIKE PHONE SERVICE
The proposal is a victory for "net neutrality," the idea that Internet providers should allow data to move across networks without interference.
3. NBC'S BRIAN WILLIAMS ADMITS TALL TALE
The TV anchor apologizes on the air for spreading the false story that he was on a helicopter that came under enemy fire in Iraq.
4. NYC JURY CONVICTS CREATOR OF UNDERGROUND 'SILK ROAD' WEBSITE
Prosecutors say the evidence was overwhelming that Ross Ulbricht was the digital kingpin of an illegal online drug-dealing empire.
5. INVESTIGATORS SCRUTINIZING DRIVER'S BAFFLING BEHAVIOR BEFORE FIERY CRASH
The woman stopped her SUV between the crossing gates on the railroad track north of New York City before a commuter train slammed into it, killing six people.
6. WHAT RISE IN SMOKING BY WOMEN HAS LED TO
Lung cancer has passed breast cancer as the leading cause of cancer deaths for women in rich countries.
7. SPECULATION SWIRLS OVER HARPER LEE'S WISHES
Some in her Alabama hometown aren't sure the author, who is in an assisted living facility, was fully involved in the decision to publish a sequel to "To Kill a Mockingbird."
8. WHO'S GOBBLING UP CHIEF RIVAL
Staples, the nation's largest "big box" office supply chain, says it's buying Office Depot for about $6 billion.
9. BRUCE JENNER'S MOTHER OPENS UP ABOUT HIS GENDER JOURNEY
"I am at peace with what he is and what he's doing," Esther Jenner, 88, tells the AP.
10. WHICH SCHOOLS FARED BEST ON SIGNING DAY
USC and Alabama are anointed the front-runners as the new faces of college football make their school choices official.