10 Things to Know for Wednesday
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about Wednesday:
1. BILLIONAIRE DONALD TRUMP'S PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGN APPEARS TO BE FLAT BROKE
Fundraising reports also show he's used about $6 million in campaign money to pay his own companies, relatives.
2. WHO JOINED CAMERON IN URGING BRITONS TO VOTE TO STAY IN THE EUROPEAN UNION
Pop icons David and Victoria Beckham used social media to voice their support for remaining in the bloc.
3. CLINTON WARNS THAT TRUMP'S 'RECKLESS' APPROACH WOULD PLUNGE ECONOMY INTO RECESSION
The presumptive Democratic nominee sought to define Trump as little more than a con man, whose ignorance and ego would tank the global economy.
4. NORTH KOREA FIRES 2 SUSPECTED MUSUDAN MIDRANGE MISSILES BUT AT LEAST ONE FAILS
The show of persistence worries Washington and its allies, Tokyo and Seoul, because the missile's potential range could target much of Asia and the Pacific, including U.S. military bases there.
5. FULLER PICTURE EMERGES OF MAN ARRESTED FOR ALLEGEDLY TRYING TO ATTACK TRUMP
The British man was unemployed and had been treated in the past for obsessive compulsive disorder and anorexia, authorities and others say.
6. SOME RUSSIANS TRACK AND FIELD ATHLETES COULD COMPETE UNDER THEIR OWN FLAG
IOC President Thomas Bach said if any Russians are deemed eligible by the IAAF, they would compete under the Russian flag.
7. RESCUE PLANE LANDS AT SOUTH POLE TO EVACUATE A SICK WORKER
The plane's crew will wait for at least 10 hours before refueling and returning to Rothera - if weather conditions are favorable.
8. WHAT JURORS IN THE LED ZEPPELIN COPYRIGHT INFRINGEMENT TRIAL GOT TO HEAR
Original recordings of Led Zeppelin working through the song that became the epic "Stairway to Heaven" were played.
9. WHERE LAWMAKERS PASSED A NOVEL REQUIREMENT FOR FREE TAMPONS
New York City legislators approved a measure to require free tampons and sanitary pads in public schools, homeless shelters and jail.
10. SURGING WILDFIRES FORCE HUNDREDS OF NEW EVACUATIONS ACROSS WEST
Firefighters worked to beat back a pair of huge adjacent blazes looming over suburban Los Angeles.