10 Things to Know for Friday
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about Friday:
1. INVESTIGATORS WORK TO LINK WING PART TO VANISHED MALAYSIA AIRLINES JET
The surprise discovery of the debris on a remote island in the Indian Ocean stirs hopes and emotion among families of the missing.
2. AFGHAN TALIBAN ELECT SUCCESSOR TO MULLAH OMAR
The ascension of Mullah Akhtar Mansoor could widen a split between fighters who want to negotiate with the government and those who want to continue the insurgency.
3. HOW TRUMP WOULD SOLVE IMMIGRATION PROBLEM
The GOP presidential candidate calls for deporting all of the estimated 11 million people living in the U.S. illegally.
4. EXTREMIST ATTACKS GAY PRIDE MARCHERS IN JERUSALEM
The stabbings - allegedly by an ultra-Orthodox Jew recently released after serving time for a similar attack several years ago - are vividly chronicled by an AP photographer.
5. US ECONOMY POSTS SOLID QUARTER
GDP grew at a 2.3 percent annual rate in the April-June quarter, the government says.
6. WHO'S GOT PILE OF UNFINISHED BUSINESS
Congress is heading out for a five-week summer recess - but the work lawmakers are leaving behind ensures a painful fall.
7. KURDS VOICE FRUSTRATION WITH WASHINGTON
They accuse the U.S. of turning a blind eye to Turkish attacks on them.
8. FACEBOOK AIMING TO EXPAND `NET ACCESS
The social network says it will begin testing a solar-powered drone, the next stage of its campaign to deliver Internet service to remote parts of the world.
9. WHAT OBAMA WANTS FROM JON STEWART
The "Daily Show" host says the president during a White House visit encouraged him not to make young Americans cynical about their government.
10. PATRIOTS' FANS CHEER TOM BRADY AT TRAINING CAMP
Less supportive is a website that paid for a plane to buzz the field towing a banner saying: "Cheaters Look Up."