The Associated Press
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about Thursday:
The U.S. tells Moscow that any military operation in its neighbor would be a "grave mistake."
Gov. Jan Brewer said the bill, which would have granted people the right to refuse service to gays, was divisive and could have resulted in unintended negative consequences.
Federal judge says the anti-gay law is "state-imposed inequality," but will allow it to remain in force pending appeal.
But in exchange, income tax rates would be cut and the standard deduction, which is used by most taxpayers, would be nearly doubled.
Advocates blame the increase in those crimes on the leniency the law shows toward those committing them.
Supporters say the opportunity to save lives outweighs fears by critics who say that the promise of a nearby antidote would encourage drug abuse.
Boston Marathon organizers say new security measures bar runners from carrying bags, wearing costumes, or carrying athletic or military equipment.
The report found middle-aged men face greater odds for having children with psychiatric problems, but more proof is needed.
NASA's Kepler telescope confirms a bonanza of 715 newly discovered planets outside our solar system.
The exhibit, which includes more than 40 costumes from the popular British drama, may become the Winterthur Museum's most popular show ever.
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