Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about Wednesday:
- IS GROUP CLAIMS RESPONSIBILITY FOR BRUSSELS ATTACKS
The back-to-back bombings of the city’s airport and subway again lay bare Europe’s vulnerability to suicide squads.
- NEW NORMAL IN EUROPE – TERROR ALERTS ALWAYS ON HIGH
People in cities so far spared major violence assume it’s a matter of when, not if.
- OBAMA CAPS VISIT TO CUBA
With Raul Castro looking on, the American president openly urges the Cuban people to pursue a more democratic future.
- HOW FBI MIGHT HACK INTO IPHONE WITHOUT APPLE’S HELP
Even a tiny flaw unknown to the software’s creator – known as a zero-day vulnerability – could potentially give the government a way in.
- AS PRESIDENTIAL PRIMARIES ROLL ON, FRONT-RUNNERS AIMING TO PULL AWAY
Trump and Clinton would love to wrap things up and get on with a head-to-head race for the White House, unobstructed by any rivals.
- EX-TORONTO MAYOR DIES AT 46 AFTER CANCER FIGHT
Rob Ford was a pugnacious populist whose career crashed in a drug-driven, obscenity-laced debacle.
- WHO’S HOPING TO BE NEXT ‘JUDGE JUDY’
Sarah Palin signs a deal to make a pilot for a reality courtroom TV show.
- FDA ADDING BOLD WARNING TO PAINKILLERS
It’s part of a multi-pronged U.S. government campaign to reverse an epidemic of abuse and death tied to drugs like Vicodin and Percocet.
- WHAT’S NEW WAY FOR MUSIC GROUPS TO MAKE MONEY
From Bruce Springsteen to Phish, top bands are selling their concert recordings through the website nugs.net.
- RAYS GET BEST OF CUBAN NATIONAL TEAM
In a game attended by presidents Obama and Raul Castro, Tampa Bay beats Cuba 4-1. It’s the first visit by a major league team to the communist island since 1999.