Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about Thursday:
1. WHAT'S IN TRUMP'S RETURNS
Donald Trump told The Associated Press this week "there's nothing to learn" from all those income tax returns he's refusing to make public now. Tax experts say they could provide significant insights.
2. WHO FACES IMPEACHMENT OVER CREATIVE ACCOUNTING
As impeachment proceedings advance against President Dilma Rousseff, she points to other Brazilian presidents who used creative accounting techniques and were not punished.
3. PRINCE SOUGHT OUT LOCAL DOCTOR
The musical icon worth millions sought the help of an experienced but seemingly ordinary local physician in Minnesota, instead of first turning to world-class health care.
4. FBI CHIEF SAYS ISLAMIC STATE BRAND LOSING POWER IN US
Director James Comey says fewer Americans are traveling to fight alongside the Islamic State, and the group's influence in the United States appears to be on the decline.
5. WHERE AUTHORITIES SAY A FIRE THAT KILLED 15 WAS ARSON
Investigators say a 2013 fire at a Texas fertilizer plant was intentionally set, and that the fire was "a criminal act."
6. WHITE EX-COP IN SOUTH CAROLINA FACES FEDERAL CHARGES
The former police officer already faces a state murder charge in the shooting death of unarmed black motorist Walter Scott.
7. COLORADO SHOOTING SUSPECT DECLARED INCOMPETENT
A judge's finding in the case of a man who acknowledged killing three people at a Colorado Planned Parenthood clinic puts his criminal case on hold until his mental competency can be restored through treatment.
8. BYSTANDERS TO MALL STABBINGS HAILED AS HEROES
Two civilians and an off-duty police officer are being lauded for intervening when a mentally disturbed man went on a stabbing rampage in Massachusetts.
9. STUCK IN A HYPERLOOP
A company that hopes to zip people and cargo through tubes at hundreds of miles per hour showed off its Hyperloop One propulsion system in Las Vegas.
10. LEBRON JAMES AGREES, CURRY DESERVES ACCOLADES
James says Golden State's Stephen Curry, the first unanimous winner of the NBA MVP, deserved the award, but says its meaning is up for interpretation.