The Associated Press
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about Thursday:
The Toronto mayor needs time off to seek help for substance abuse, his lawyer says.
The reputed ex-Irish Republican Army commander faces questioning in connection with the 1972 execution of a woman suspected of spying for the British.
A day after an Oklahoma execution went awry, attorneys for death-row inmates began planning new appeals or updating existing cases.
The country's acting president indicates security forces will give up on efforts to bring the most restive parts of the east to heel.
The Dow hits a record high as many investors expect economic growth to rebound with warmer temperatures.
Colorado is considering how to increase consumer education after reports of consumers eating too much pot and having dangerous reactions.
The final tally shows that U.S. taxpayers lost $11.2 billion on the $49.5 billion bailout that enabled the automaker to survive bankruptcy.
An exact replica opens to the public as Egypt tries to preserve the original, more than 3,300-year-old tomb from deterioration caused by tourist visitors.
Al Feldstein helped assemble a pool of artists and writers who turned out such enduring features as "Spy vs. Spy" and "The Lighter Side of..."
FSU QB Jameis Winston allegedly walked out of a supermarket without paying for $32 worth of crab legs and crawfish.